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The Total Tutor will interview Tina Lifford star of the NBC Hit Series Parenthood. She will discuss her book.
Also, The Total Tutor will interview Katlynn Simone star of The BET Hit Series The Game. She will discuss her latest projects.
Last, The Total Tutor will interview NBC Days of Our Lives star Freddie Smith. He will discuss the Days of Our Lives Book and his latest projects.
FREDDIE SMITH ("Sonny Kiriakis" from Days of Our Lives) joins OutTakes to talk about his guest star appearance on Hollywood Dream Role at ACME Comedy Hollywood as well as his television career, including his role as "Marco" on The CW's 90210. Freddie will be appearing at ACME on October 7th at 9 PM PT (ACME Comedy Hollywood, 135 N. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles). For studio audience tickets and live broadcast details, visit www.HollywoodDreamRole.com . Photograph by Deidhra Fahey.
Freddie Smith ("Sonny Kiriakis" from Days of Our Lives) talks about his upcoming role in the new improvised soap opera from ACME Comedy, Scandal Crest. The show is live at 9 PM, ACME Comedy Hollywood, 135 N. LaBrea Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90036. Studio audience tickets are available at http://www.laughstub.com/buyTicket.cfm?showTimingID=188146 Watch online at http://www.scandalcrest.com/ 9 PM Pacific, 12 AM ET.
Media Nite Radio welcomes to the airwaves daytime actor Freddie Smith. He is known best for his role as Sonny Kiriakis, the first openly gay contracted role of the daytime drama, Days of Our LIves. But before daytime, Freddie got his start with his roles on the new CW hit, 90210 and Medium.
Being passionate about the stoppage of bullying in schools, Freddie spoke to Congress in July about the topic as well as keeping sports programs in schools and foster care mentoring.
In addition to his role on Days, Freddie has also been portraying the role of Romeo Jones in Scandal Crest, a new improvised soap opera TV series from the World famous ACME Theater in Hollywood, CA.
You can catch Freddie in the last installment of Scandal Crest on Dec. 7 at ACME or watch at scandalcrest.com
Lady Cab Driver takes the turns and spills on the conversation road, to take lights of green and yellow on the TALK BOULEVARD, yet there is no caution here. All systems go - and with her co-host, they are ready to explore the open roads of speaking candidly about everything. 347-205-9366, the number to reach out and share the traveling, for there is no telling where your destination will end up. Are you ready for some game debates and more - right here on the JKN with the REAL DELIA SMITH. Enough said!
Front page reports on the ongoing struggle for racial, social, and gender justice in America and the world, brought to you straight from the heart by an empowered and impassioned activist-priestess of ruthless compassion and insight.
Mary King IRS Problem Solving Attorney and co- author of the book Protect and Defend. Mary’s career as an attorney began in 1993 after graduating from Stetson University College of Law. Her career in law has primarily focused in IRS problem solving as well as mortgage foreclosure defense.
Jennifer Holmes President of MIS Solutions. Her leadership and marketing skills won her the title of Spokesperson for the nationally acclaimed Technology Marketing Toolkit, an industry group of over 550 top U.S. IT experts who share best practices, marketing strategies, innovation and mentorship with computer and cloud service companies
Lliam Holmes The Rhodesia-born “head guy” at MIS Solutions. With over 25 years experience in the IT industry, he’s worked as a field tech, systems engineer, project manager, software developer, business consultant and CEO
Bernard Walter best-selling author, former monk, former assistant district attorney in San Francisco specializing in prosecuting pimps, and now an attorney in private practice in California, Nevada and Pennsylvania, serving business clients, personal injury plaintiffs, the elderly and their families, and the public by trying always “to do the right thing.”
Christian Smith co-founder of TrackR - a simple app to track items (www.thetrackr.com). TrackR has built a network of over 5 million users who crowd source the location of the 300,000 TrackR Bluetooth devices sold to customers
Jethro Smith, part Native American Indian, is a natural-born intuitive whose gift heightened after a near-death experience. In kindergarten he began reading his friends' auras, communicating with loved ones who had crossed over, and foreseeing future events. www.psychicsgonewild.com
Born in Columbus, Ohio, Lori has dedicated herself to helping others, with caring and heartfelt dedication.
Lori has worked in the Beauty and Health fields, for over 30 years, providing empathy and intuitive skills. Lori is a spiritual healer and works in the Light. She has a connection with plants and animals, which allows her to communicate with spirit. She sees people who have crossed over, in dream state and has experienced other paranormal activities, that have allowed her to grow. Lori now resides in California, with her husband and son and plans on pursuing her career, as a Empath and Healer.
Marvin Smith wrote a book called Smoke No More! It will teach you how to stop smoking! Also Dorthea will be reporting the Tea in New York! Can't wait! Also EnRico Stratten-Bey & Julius Cannon! WE are gonna give you the TEA about our trip to Wendy Williams Show!
Sweety G- He called me that because I called myself Sweety G, because I was like you know, singing to the girls. The chicks were always saying stuff like “Oh he’s so sweet” because I would talk to them nicely. Instead of being aggressive like when I was battling. I would be on the Romeo tip. In high school, I would sing over oldschool jams and the ladies would say “Oh, he’s so sweet” and that’s why they would call me Sweety G. Like sweet, you know, romantic. I would try to appeal to the women, but at the same time I would come around the other side and its battle time. I’m tearing up anything that is not tied down, anybody that doesn’t surrender I’m on you like Mike Tyson
I would say Sweet G was an adult contemporary M.C.. Smooth, always mature, intelligent and he heard of my name. We bumped into each other and you could tell he was the bigger brother, the older brother, more seasoned, mature man. No comment, nothing negative against me, no competition, and I never said anything against him because I knew he was an older brother. We were in totally different lanes. This man had major worldwide hits. He didn’t try to snuff me out, nothing disrespectful so I stayed graceful and I’m proud that there’s a Sweet G, and I’m proud to be a Sweety G. There’s just two different rivers going in a different path, it’s all love