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The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes veteran Hollywood actor Larry Flash Jenkins.
Larry Flash Jenkins was born on May 10, 1955 in Long Island, New York, USA. He is an actor and producer, known for Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986), Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (1988) and Fletch (1985). - imdb.com
Currently Jenkins and his production company Gold Coast Productions are prepping the gospel film I Didn't Lie… I Just Didn't Tell The Truth and the comedy Season Tickets.
Recently, Larry has written, produced, directed and starred in the comedy film Marriage Vows (out December 2013), gospel musical film titled Don't Touch, if you ain't Prayed (2014 release) and gospel/romantic comedy House of Grace (entered film festivals and won several awards and will be out at 1000 AMC/Regal Theaters in October 2013).
Jenkins also wrote and produced the gospel musical film Pastor Jones and produced the hip hop comedy film Ms. B's Hair Salon. All executive produced by Kenneth Halsband, who served as executive in charge of production for The Fighter and Limitless starring Robert De Niro. - Wikepedia
Check out tomorrow's interview with Isaiah Washington hosted by Ms. Lawrence the founder of Exposure Magazine and Celebrity Publicist
By Isaiah Washington
Actor and activist Isaiah Washington writes about the Baltimore uprising, his film ‘Blackbird,’ and the issues he finds most troubling with society’s stance on race.
The world associates the word black with bad.
The synonym for white is “good,” while the synonym for black is “bad.”
That is why I say I’m done being black. I’m African American. I have a proud heritage and proud ancestry—not unlike Chinese, Irish, El Salvadorian, English—and that’s not getting promoted. It hurts.
At first look, you may not see the connection between the three pieces of content I want to share with you below: an interview about the Baltimore uprising and Black Lives Matter, the marketing campaign behind my pro-LGBT film Blackbird, and a masterfully crafted op-ed by a black lesbian by the name of Danielle Moodie-Mills.
Read more http://exposure-magazine.com/isaiah-washington-coming-to-exposure-magazines-june-issue-the-address/
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Dr. Ebony Archer is back with Hollywood Actor, Dennis White.Dennis L.A. White is an American stage and screen actor noted for portraying Damion 'D-Roc' Butler in the Notorious B.I.G. biopic, Notorious. Born and raised in southern California to a musician Mother and a military Father, Dennis was exposed to many different cultures and ideas. When his family relocated to Fayetteville, North Carolina he developed his love for music and acting. He was offered several scholarships to play baseball but he decided to take an academic scholarship at WSSU in North Carolina. In, 2001, Dennis,under the guise of "Dennis Da Menace", put out his Billboard charted album, "The Wonderful World of Dennis". In 2003, Dennis became the 1st African-American host at Fuse Television. He began to host several TV shows, "Weekend Vibe, HBO's 5 Rounds & Chatzone and MTV's "Hip Hop Life". He then pursued his love for acting with appearances in "The Brave One" with Jodie Foster, Law & Order:SVU, The Jury, "I Think I Love My Wife", etc. In 2010, he portrayed a cancer stricken comedian in Marq Overton's Off Broadway play, "Die Laughing". White also played Virgil on The N mini-series, Miracle's Boys. Dennis had a recurring role on TNT (TV channel)'s The Closer. In 2009, Dennis created "Act Like You Know", a company that gives acting workshops and seminars to aspiring Actors across the country. In 2009,Dennis became the re-occurring character "Mistah Ray" on NBC's "Parenthood". In 2013, Dennis started a foundation called "M.O.R.P.H." to help rid racial profiling.
My show "EXPOSURE LIVE INTERVIEW SERIES .. with A-List Hollywood Actor Hawthorne James"
Bill Oberst Jr.'s
Take This Lollipop
was recognized with a Daytime Emmy Award. He has
has amassed over 100 film and TV credits in the last 5 years, including a ratings-winning guest star role on the CBS series Criminal Minds and leads in The Hallmark Channel's The Shunning, the Civil War docudrama Sherman's March and a multitude of independent films.
Variety calls his screen persona "chilling."
Onstage, Bill's Jesus Of Nazareth played over 1,000 venues, and his portrayal of John F. Kennedy in JFK toured 20 states and the Kennedy Library. In 2014, representatives of the Chaney family presented Bill with the Lon Chaney Award For Outstanding Achievement In Horror Films.
Hollywood Actor Wynn Sarden and Author Bill Bean. Wynn Sarden is a Model, has also been in several stage plays, commercials and a few small music videos. Bill Bean is a minister , author , media personality, inspirational speaker and warrior for GOD. Bill Bean’s book DARK FORCE talks about Bill’s family was the subject of an episode of the television show A HAUNTING called appropriately “House of the Dead.” Bill credits his survival of the events that took place there to the power and authority of Jesus Christ. In his second book, "Delivered" he continues to share the paranormal experiences that continued to plague him after the family moved from that home.William John Bean was born on July 29, 1966 in Baltimore, Maryland. In 1970, the Bean family moved into a modest three bedroom ranch style house located in Glen Burnie, Maryland. The community was called, "Harundale." Bill recalled his first memories of the house were frightening ones. "It had a very foreboding and ominous feel from the start," he said. What the family didn’t know is that a demonic force already occupied their new home. Bill Bean stated, "My family was literally torn apart by an evil force that co-existed among us. The activity began as noises and gradually escalated into violent physical attacks on us by the entities."Bill starred in a Discovery Channel broadcast about his story. The show aired on September 7, 2006 on the series "A Haunting." The segment is called "House of the Dead," and is one of the most watched segments. It’s often shown during Bill’s lectures, along with a jaw dropping photo presentation. Bill has taken many bizarre photos of anomalous phenomena over the years.
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On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss the many subliminal and overt messages that Hollywood is projecting to Black people and about Black people. What messages are we missing in their movies and tv shows? Is it realistic to think you can just ignore and don't watch tv and it won't affect your Black life? Why must we always be mindful of what Europeans are saying on their tv shows and in their movies? Join us in this discussion
Gerard Cordero was born on September 23, 1974 in San Jose, California. He currently resides in Astoria, New York.
Gerard pursued acting in the late 90's for a short period of time in where he landed small roles in television and films.
Returning in 2012 Gerard was cast in a lead role for a short action film. The film "Nostrae Realitate" won multiple awards in the Urban Action Showcase held in NYC at the HBO Headquarters in 2013. Gerard was awarded "Best Action Actor" and was commended for his performance by a panel of celebrity judges which included martial artists/actors Michael Jai White and Kelly Hu.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Actor Cannon Miller and Screen Writer Margie Brown to the Show!
Actor Cannon Miller and Screen Writer Margie Brown will be discussing their exciting new Film Project, The Have Not's; Independent Film and tips for getting involved in your local independent film scene.
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Harold Dennis has been a working actor since 1997. He founded the Actin'Up Performance Troop in 1998. At that same time Harold was cast in the hit blues musical called "I Was There When The Blues Was Red Hot". He stayed with that production for 171 shows. He's studied at Eta Cultural Arts Foundation, Sarantos Studios for acting and The Green Shirt Studio for the Meisner Technique, accumulating 16 years of training. He's a board member of the Black Harvest Film Festival Community Council, a staff member of the Midwest Film Festival. He's taught acting workshops and the UNA Global Wake Up Film Festival and the Bronzeville Film Festival and has been a panelist himself on multiple occassions. He's currently producing 2 feature films. Harold has acted in well over 100 films and you can view his credits at: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1815557/
Join On-Air Host Jonathan Aldridge as he is joined by Celebrity Actor Grey Damon who plays "Brian Shafe" in NBC "Aquarius" and Celebrity Stylist/Actor Jermel Nakia.
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