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The Journey with Evelyn Vaccaro

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Evelyn Vaccaro is a rising star in multimedia communications whether she’s acting, hosting, producing, or directing. She is a dynamic host of the hit series A Taste from the Melting Pot on public TV, as well as host of a reality show that will change scuba diving forever, Ultimate Diver Challenge. Based in Los Angeles and bi-coastal, Evelyn is a member of both the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Recording Artists. A charismatic and award-winning host, Ev received RSN/TV Arc Awards in 2006 and 2007. Resort Sports Network focuses on lifestyle, extreme sports, and outdoor adventure. In her five years with RSN in Vermont, she hosted a variety of shows ranging from studio reporting to sports interviews at the ski slopes. As an extrovert with empathy, Evelyn has a natural talent for spontaneous conversations on camera. Reflecting on her work with RSN, she says “I pretty much taught myself how to relate to viewers.” Hard work and dedication have earned Evelyn the lead role in national commercials and films such as CrimeSight (directed by Trey Lindsay) in which she played a psychic heroine while performing all of her own stunts. Evelyn has performed in several films for director Ski-ter Jones, supporting roles on American Gangster, Spiderman III, Flight of the Conchords, and a guest lead role on Miami Medical directed by Kenneth Fink. Evelyn’s commitment to giving back and helping others has led her to coach other on-camera host hopefuls to perfect their own techniques. She offers podcasts, video tutorials, and studio training for TV Hosting as well as Ear Prompter training and creating host reels. She volunteers annually as a professional coach for a student/teacher operated television station in Wilmington, Vermont. Seeing the students’ potential, Ev says “It’s just a matter of giving them a few tools and ideas to help them reach their goals.”

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