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BIOGRAPHY on Robert Reid Born on June 4, 1981, my Mom knew I would be into broadcasting at an early age since she knew my favorite childhood book was TV Guide. Although, TV Guide has changed physically, I still love the performers and personalities involved with such a diverse media where everyone can enjoy something. My passion has always been daytime dramas, my favorite one being, “Ryan’s Hope”, which premiered on the ABC television network on July 7, 1975. Although being a fan of this genre, you sometimes hope that you can translate your enthusiasm onto whatever show you want to work when you are finished with college. Well for me that is what I hoped for, in 2005 I graduated college at “The Art Institute of Philadelphia”, with an associate’s degree in Video Production, and my ultimate goal was to become a scriptwriter for one of the daytime dramas, however the challenge for me was not getting hired as an intern while I participated in the internship program at my college. I tried out “All My Children” and “One Life to Live” and I wasn’t picked, however being the positive person that I am went and got other internships at “Sesame Street” and “The Charlie Rose Show”, and they were absolutely fun, and I just look back on those experiences of not getting a chance to write for the soaps, a good memory because I was actually called and maybe that wasn’t where I was supposed to be in life. After I graduated college, the first thing I knew I had to do is go back to college again, it wasn’t that I didn’t want a job in the field I studied, the salaries just seemed really bleak compared to the tips I was making as a waiter. So what I decided to do is go back to college online, for a bachelor’s degree in business, hoping that I could become an HR director some day for a company. As I am still pursuing my degree for this, it would be fun to still write for the soaps, and who knows maybe one day it will happen, I always keep my fingers crossed. In 2005, I wrote a 30 page

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The fantastic game show announcer and author, Randy West is stopping by to talk about his book about announcer, Johnny Olson, and about the upcoming Game Show Congress being held in California.

The terrific actor James Mitchell stops by to talk about his career as Palmer Cortlandt on the popular ABC daytime soap opera, "All My Children", from which he recently retired and his early days in show business.

Freelance Writer and Producer Jonathan Reiner comes by to chat about his beginnings in television production and his current projects.

The amazing actor James Wlcek comes by Robert Reid Live, to talk about his acting career, he started off in a movie, and then began working steadily for a few years on "Ryan's Hope" as Ben Shelby, then made it to primetime television in... more

Louise Shaffer returns to Robert Reid Live as they answer questions about her novel,"Serendipity" and talk about her latest projects.

The magnificent Brandon from brandonsbuzz.com stops by to talk about his show and some of the amazing guests that he had on his show and upcoming suprises that you won't wanna miss.

Tony Award Winner and Daytime Emmy Award Winner, Helen Gallagher chats about her career in Broadway and her role as Maeve Colleary Ryan on the classic ABC daytime soap opera, "Ryan's Hope".

Juliet Law Packer, former head writer of "As the World Turns", and writer of "All My Children", and "Falcon Crest", talks about her career in daytime dramas and her work in her current projects with her company, "WOOFSTAR productions".

Actress Kathleen Noone, joins the show to talk about her current projects and will give us a glimpse in her daytime past.

John Gabriel's career has spanned almost every facet of show business: films, Broadway, off-Broadway, prime-time TV, daytime TV, recordings, cabaret, Atlantic City, commercials, producing and songwriting.

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