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Eric Zuley (aka EZ) is most prominently known as the television host for WTV (What U Need TV), a company he started in 2006, but his other talents are in public relations, acting, rap, and dance. Additionally, Eric is passionate about community service. His role as a host for WTV evolved from the original premise of the company - to chronicle Eric's own road to stardom. As Eric's career quickly progressed, WTV became the perfect compliment to another venture he undertook as a publicist with Gith Public Relations. Both companies have turned heads amongst Hollywood's elite with their top notch event coverage and promotion at Hollywood's hottest red carpet events. Ultimately, Eric's goal is to "put a new light on the Hollywood sign" as he strives to be the best at everything he undertakes, even when his interests are perceived as conflicting or unconventional in the entertainment industry. A perfect example is his role as a publicist within Gith Public Relations while also succeeding as a talent himself. Yet again, he displayed charisma, tenacity, savvy marketing, and an ability to rap on command in front of casting directors from Axe Body Spray. He left such a great impression that they granted him the lead role in their latest Music Star fragrance commercial. Unbeknownst to them, this had been Eric's very first acting audition. Since then, Eric has played the character Zany Zam in the 2009 film "Blaxican Brothers" and other films. Eric's talents extend to dancing and modeling as well. At the age of 17, Eric tested out his self taught street dance skills by auditioning with 300 other hopefuls for Pulse Dance Troupe. In the end, he was 1 of 10 selected to join the troupe. As a model, Eric graced the cover of Krush Magazine in July 2008. Outside of his various career pursuits, Eric has made time to give back through working with organizations that benefit children such as Angels of East Africa and Covenant House. He has also worked to promot

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