Stephen Manley - Episode 555

• September 27th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Stephen Manley. Stephen is a veteran actor of film and television for over 40 years. Best known as "Young Spock" in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984). His experience spans from work as a child on shows such as All in the Family (1971) and Emergency! (1972) to work as a teen on The Love Boat (1977) and Little House on the Prairie (1974). After graduating with a degree in film from the Pasadena Art Center, he continues to work as an actor. His diversity as a character actor include playing a seedy drug dealer in Death in the Desert (2015), a Neo-Nazi Hitler in Not on My Mountain, a tormented scientist in Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter, a Hells Angel biker gang leader in Outlaw Chronicles: Hells Angels, and an outlaw cowboy in Billy the Kid: New Evidence. His most recent roles this year include an eccentric scientist in Ghost Hunters and a gullible genius in the series The Idiot.

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Billy Burnette - Episode 554

• September 25th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with singer/songwriter Billy Burnette. Billy amassed four decades of experience recording music, writing songs, and performing since embarking upon his career at age 7. At 18, he was only a week out of high school when he recorded his Columbia Records album with famed Memphis hit-making producer Chips Moman. In his early 20’s, he played guitar for Roger Miller as well as for his father, Dorsey Burnette.  Meanwhile, he also continued his solo career, which included recording records and writing for such hit makers as Rod Stewart, Ray Charles, Roy Orbison, Tammy Wynette, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Everly Brothers, Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Glen Campbell, Eddy Raven, and many more. He then began his journey as a member of one of the greatest rock bands of all time.  He toured with Fleetwood Mac between 1987-1995 and appears on such records as: The Chain, Fleetwood Mac/Greatest Hits, Behind the Mask and The Very Best of Fleetwood Mac. In the last few years, he has contributed his talents as a guitar player and singer on tours with legendary musicians Bob Dylan and John Fogerty. Additionally, he has also collaborated regularly with the Mick Fleetwood Band. He also has landed parts in several feature films including: Richy Rich, The Addams Family Reunion, Casper and Wendy, Not Like Us, and the leading role in Saturday Night Special, which featured his songs throughout the film.

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Jade Starling - Episode 553

• September 20th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with singer/songwriter Jade Starling. Jade is best known as one half of the late 80s duo Pretty Poison who had the #1 platinum hit Catch Me I’m Falling. She returned to the Top 5 on the Sept. 5th 2015 Billboard Club Chart with Better and Better which peaked at #3. That song was not only the 3rd single from the critically acclaimed Captive album but also the highest charted record featuring her since When I Look Into Your Eyes topped the charts in 1988. In addition to Better and Better, Captive has also yielded the Billboard club hits Insominiak and Think About U. Catch Me I’m Falling has continued to reach new fans with features on AMC’s smash hit Breaking Bad & MTV’s Ridiculousness starring Rob Dyrdek and featuring Derek Hough of ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. She hs sold millions of records in her career and in this era of social media, has continued to grow in popularity. Her recordings have been featured in scores of movies including such high profile releases as You Don't Mess with the Zohan featuring Adam Sandler, the art house classic Pinero starring Benjamin Bratt and the cult favorite Hiding Out starring Jon Cryer. She has also helped raise money for charities through her philanthropic passions Breast Cancer Awareness and the TJ Martell Foundation as well as her work in the LGBT community and has a new single Party2Life which he performed on the WKTU float at NY Pride. 

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G Love - Episode 552

• September 17th, 2016

Steve Cooper talk with singer/songwriter G Love. G is best known for being the leader of the band G Love and Special Sauce. He began playing guitar at age eight. He wrote his first song by the time he was in the ninth grade and began playing harmonica in a wire rack. He credits Bob Dylan and John Hammond Jr., as well as the then-contemporary "old school" hip-hop sounds of Run-DMC, the Beastie Boys, and Philadelphia's own Schoolly D, as influences. He began playing solo on the streets of Philadelphia. After one year at Skidmore College, he dropped out and relocated to Boston, working as a fundraiser for Peace Action and playing wherever and whenever he could. One of his few indoor gigs at this time was a Boston bar called The Tam O'Shanter, where he met drummer Jeffrey "The Houseman" Clemens in January 1993. Him and Clemens began working as a duo, they were joined a few months later by bassist Jim "Jimi Jazz" Prescott and became the house band on Mondays at The Plough and Stars in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He has never looked back recording albums and touring the world since then and has even written a children's book and has his own line of hot sauce.

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Diane Franklin - Episode 551

• September 13th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Diane Franklin. Diane is most recognized for her film roles in the 80s playing the French-exchange student, Monique Junet, in Better Off Dead, the Medieval babe-princess in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and the teen crush, Karen, in The Last American Virgin. Her most recent acting work can be seen on YouTube in the films, My Better Half, Humanized (screened at 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival), Royal Effups and Agouraphobia. She also has released her autobiography, Diane Franklin: The Excellent Adventures of the Last American, French Exchange Babe of the 80s, available on Amazon and Kindle and is working on a follow up.

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Lisa Loeb - Episode 550

• September 10th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with singer/songwriter Lisa Loeb. Lisa launched her career in 1994 with the song Stay (I Missed You), which was included in the film Reality Bites. She was the first artist to have a number one single in the United States while not signed to a recording contract. Her five studio CDs include her major label debut, the gold-selling Tails and its follow-up, the Grammy-nominated, gold-selling Firecracker. She has also worked in film, television, voice-over work and children’s recordings. Loeb has appeared in two television series, Dweezil & Lisa, a weekly culinary adventure for the Food Network and Number 1 Single, a reality show on the E! Network in 2006 focused on her quest for love, success, career, and family. Her children's music includes the albums Catch the Moon (2003) and Camp Lisa (2008). Her first joint children's book and album Lisa Loeb's Silly Sing-Along: The Disappointing Pancake and Other Zany Songs was published in 2011. In 2010 she founded the Lisa Loeb Eyewear Collection, which is based on her own designs. She co-wrote the lyrics and music to Camp Kappawanna, a family musical that was premiered in New York on March 21, 2015 by the Atlantic Theater Company. Loeb's third children's album, Nursery Rhyme Parade!, was made available on October 16, 2015 and she is releasing a new album this coming October.

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Michele Greene - Episode 549

• September 6th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor/singer/songwriter/author Michele Greene. Michele is perhaps best known for her role as attorney Abigail "Abby" Perkins on the TV series L.A. Law from 1986 to 1991 Her first big role was in the short-lived Steven Bochco series Bay City Blues. When that was cancelled, Bochco kept her in mind and offered her the role on L.A. Law a show that earned her an Emmy nomination in the Best Supporting Actress category in 1989. After leaving L.A. Law, she had acting roles in a number of popular television series including Bones, CSI, CSI: Miami, Cold Case, Crossing Jordan, Diagnosis: Murder, JAG, Judging Amy, Nip/Tuck, The Outer Limits, Six Feet Under, Stargate SG-1 and The Unit. She also appeared in an episode of Brothers and Sisters on ABC-TV in March 2009 as a fictional Governor of California and had a recurring role on HBO's Big Love as a TV reporter. In addition to acting she has recorded two bilingual CDs, Ojo de Tiburon and Luna Roja.and has written two young adult novels, Chasing the Jaguar: A Martika Gálvez Mystery and Keep Sweet with a third to be published very soon.

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John Colianni - Episode 548

• September 3rd, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with jazz pianist John Colianni. John recorded John Colianni, his debut album, Blues-O-Matic and Live at the Maybeck for Concord Records. Other records followed, the latest being Johnny Chops, recorded with his quintet. At nineteen, John toured the world as Lionel Hampton's pianist and was Mel Tormé's pianist for six years. He has recorded in studio with both Tormé, and Hampton as well as with Cleo Laine, Emily Remler and many others. He has also served as pianist for the Les Paul quartet and did a stint with the New Orleans-inspired band of movie director/clarinetist Woody Allen that played steadily at Michael's Pub in New York. 

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Wil Shriner - Episode 547

• August 30th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic/director Wil Shriner. Wil started on TV at age one doing commercials with his twin brother Kin and his father TV humorist Herb Shriner. Growing up with a 8mm camera in his hand, he attended famed UCLA Film and TV program where he learned from the greats how to entertain with story and image. Appearing at the famed Comedy Store, he met another young comedian, David Letterman who liked his comedy films so much that he brought his talents along with him on his rise to fame . He continued as a writer/director on numerous projects and shows with Letterman and it was one of his films that got him noticed by Francis Ford Coppola and it produced  a co-starring role opposite Oscar nominee Joan Allen in Peggy Sue Got Married.  From there he hosted his own nationally syndicated and three time Emmy nominated talk show, the Wil Shriner Show  and dozens of shows and series followed one after another. In 2000 he began directing sitcoms starting with Frasier and spent six years on all the top shows including Everyone Loves Raymond, Becker, Gilmore Girls and many others. He recently wrote the screenplay, produced and directed the film Hoot. 

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Deborah Foreman - Episode 546

• August 27th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Deborah Foreman. Deborah is best known for her lead role in the 80's classic Valley Girl. She won the prestigious Most Promising New Star award from Sho West in 1986, following her starring roles in the critically acclaimed Valley Girl and the award-winning My Chauffeur. Subsequently, she had the lead (actually the two leads!) in April Fool's Day which continues to be a video favorite. She is a hard-working actress, equally at home with comedy and drama, who has earned the respect of colleagues and press alike. In addition to her acting, she is a certified yoga instructor through Yogaworks, a Stott Pilates instructor, owner and operator of Fried Ham Productions (specializing in e-commerce stores) and owner and operator of Deborah Foreman Handcrafted Jewels.

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Dennis Dugan - Episode 545

• August 23rd, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with director/actor Dennis Dugan. Dennis is famous for his partnership with comedic actor Adam Sandler, with whom he directed the films Happy Gilmore, Big Daddy, I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, You Don't Mess with the Zohan, Grown Ups, Just Go with It, Jack and Jilland Grown Ups 2. He made guest appearances on several TV series during the 1970s including The Mod Squad, The Waltons, Cannon, Columbo, The Rockford Files, and Alice. He also appeared in the mini-series Rich Man, Poor Man, as well as two episodes of M*A*S*H and in 1978 starred in the short-lived series Richie Brockelman, Private Eye, a spin-off from The Rockford Files. He took on a semi-regular role as an erstwhile caped crusader who called himself Captain Freedom on Hill Street Blues and also appeared on Empire and Shadow Chasers. He played Walter Bishop, briefly the husband of Maddie Hayes (Cybill Shepherd) on Moonlighting. His other film credits of the 1980s include Water, Can't Buy Me Love, The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking and Ron Howard's Parenthood. He launched a career as a television and film director, making cameo appearances in many of his films. Ones he directed include Problem Child, Brain Donors, Saving Silverman, National Security and he has directed episodes of such television series as Moonlighting, Ally McBeal, and NYPD Blue.

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Rudy Sarzo - Episode 544

• August 17th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with bassist Rudy Sarzo. Rudy has held down the bottom end for some of the most beloved and successful acts in heavy metal history since the early 1980s. He was a member of Ozzy Osbourne's band beside renowned guitarist Randy Rhoads (which he chronicled in his best selling book Off the Rails.) He rejoined Quiet Riot in time for its smash album Metal Health and went on to work with Whitesnake, Dio and Queensryche, not to mention a 5-year stint with hard rock juggernauts Blue Oyster Cult.

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Mike Dugan - Episode 543

• August 14th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic/writer Mike Dugan.  Mike has written on television series, pilots, or specials for a long list of comedians, including Dennis Miller, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Tom Arnold, Paul Rodriguez, Stephanie Miller, Rich Hall and even George Hamilton. He received, along with five other writers, an Emmy Award for writing on the first season of  'Dennis Miller: Live' on HBO.  The show's writers were also nominated for Cable Ace and Writers Guild of America Awards.  While in London he also co-created with Rich Hall the BBC TV show "Rich Hall's Badly Funded Think Tank". A move to Los Angeles quickly led to a shot on 'The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson'. Johnny raved, and that debut has led to over seventy national television appearances, including one more spot on "Johnny" before his retirement and another appearance with Jay Leno - making him one of only a handful of comics to have appeared on 'The Tonight Show' with both Johnny and Jay. His stand up and hosting has been a favorite at corporate events for companies the likes of Oracle, Xerox, Christian Brothers, Bank of America and Visa to name just a few.  He has also lent his talents to many great causes, having performed or hosted at benefits for The American Red Cross, Katrina Relief, Pepsi All Stars for Sickle Cell Anemia, San Jose Ballet, United Cerebral Palsy, Quake Relief with Crosby Stills and Nash, American Cancer Society and many more. 

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Keith Powell - Episode 542

• August 7th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Keith Powell. Keith is best known for his role as Toofer in the Emmy winning NBC TV series 30 Rock. He was the Producing Artistic Director of Contemporary Stage Company, a summer theater in Wilmington, Delaware. He has produced/starred in/directed shows with Lynn Redgrave, Jasmine Guy, Keith David, Richard Easton, Duncan Sheik, and Sean Patrick Thomas. In the spring of 2007, while working as a recurring character on 30 Rock, he shot an ABC pilot called Judy's Got A Gun. It was subsequently not picked up for the Fall 2007 season, and he returned to 30 Rock, where he was promoted to a series regular. In 2014, he began a recurring role on the television series About a Boy as Richard, Will's workaholic friend/accountant/business manager and recurred on the final season of The Newsroom. He currently is working on the second season of the web series he created, writes, directs, and stars in called Keith Broke His Leg. 

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Tracii Guns - Episode 541

• August 4th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with guitarist Tracii Guns. Tracii formed L.A. Guns in 1983 and in 1985 he formed a new band with Hollywood Rose frontman Axl Rose. They put the two band names together; Guns 'N' Roses was born, but they both finally went separate ways and he rejoined L.A. Guns. After some lineup changes, the band finally signed with Polygram Records in 1987 recording their first album titled L.A. Guns. Over 1,000,000 copies were sold earning the band its first platinum album award. A compilation of the videos made for this first album also earned the band a gold video award. In 1989 the band went into the studio to record their second album titled Cocked and Loaded. They sold over 1,000,000 copies earning the band its second platinum record award. The video compilation of this second album earned the band a second gold video award. Their third album Hollywood Vampires was released in 1991. Over 1,000,000 copies were sold earning the band its third platinum album award. In late 2002 he decided to join Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx to create the project Brides of Destruction, signing on as lead guitarist and after the departure of Sixx he decided to revive the most important band of his life: L.A. Guns. He is currently in the studio with the band's singer Phil Lewis recording new music.

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Joe Matarese - Episode 540

• August 1st, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic Joe Matarese. Joe’s talent for turning real life struggles into comedic gems has landed him appearances on the most sought after TV and radio shows including The Late Show with David Letterman, America’s Got Talent (where he received a standing ovation from all 4 celebrity judges and the 2000 person crowd), Chelsea Lately, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comedy Central Presents (his very own 1/2 hour special), The Howard Stern Show, and his brand new 1 hour special Medicated. You may also recognize him from Bravo’s reality series Better Half where he taught his wife to perform standup and she brought home the $20,000 prize. He has hit the stage four times at the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival, leading to two development deals with major television networks and does a podcast Fixed Joe available on ITunes.

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Tom McTigue - Episode 539

• July 29th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic/actor Tom McTigue. Tom can be seen performing his particular brand of insanity on HBO, Showtime and Comedy Central. He continues to tour both nationally and internationally. An accomplished actor, he has worked with Academy Award winners Janusz Kaminski, Richard Linklater and Robert Richardson. He has co- starred with a virtual who's-who of Hollywood. Christopher Meloni, Cybil Shephard, Noah Wylie, Tim Curry, Craig T. Nelson, Roseanne Barr and Wayne Newton have all shared the spotlight with him. He created, produced and starred in the series Guys Like Us for ABC- TV, co-starring Robert Hays from Airplane! and continues to write comedy material for many top headlining performers. He is also busy working in commercials. His face and voice are instantly recognizable, having been featured in over 350 national TV campaigns as the spokesman for everything from Miller Beer to Disney World. Constantly in demand, he has been on-air non-stop for a whopping 25 consecutive years!

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Jay Karnes - Episode 538

• July 27th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Jay Karnes. Jay best known for his role as LAPD detective Holland "Dutch" Wagenbach on the FX television series The Shield. Throughout his acting career he has made guest appearances on several TV shows, including Frasier, Judging Amy, Chicago Hope, Cold Case, Criminal Minds, The Pretender, Grimm, Star Trek: Voyager as Lieutenant Ducane in the fifth-season episode Relativity, House, Scandal and Stalker. In 2008, he played the recurring role of ATF Agent Josh Kohn on FX Network's series Sons of Anarchy and from 2009 to 2010 he had a recurring role on Burn Notice as Tyler Brennan, a sinister gunrunner. In 2012 he played Secretary of Defense William Curry in a recurring role on ABC's Last Resort. In 2013 he also appeared in the pilot episode of Jeff Eastin's drama series Graceland as Supervising Agent Gerry Silvo. In 2014 Karnes also appeared in FOX's series, Gang Related, as Agent Carter of IAD, as well as in the film Jayhawkers as the chancellor of the University of Kansas and can be seen this season on FX's Tyrant.

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Julia Scotti - Episode 537

• July 24th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic Julia Scotti. Julia's high octane delivery, combined with her hilarious, groundbreaking and thought provoking views on most everything have ignited a buzz all across the country. She can be seen on this season of America's Got Talent on NBC. Having appeared on Comedy Central and Showtime she also performs regularly in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and Reno. In 2014, she was one of the winners of the Laughlin Laugh Festival and she has been named one of the top 5 Transgendered Comedians in the country by the Advocate. Everywhere she goes, she creates legions of loyal fans of all ages and all persuasions who just can't get enough of this Crazy Old Lady of Comedy.

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Bob Levy - Episode 536

• July 22nd, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic Bob Levy. Bob also known as Reverend Bob Levy has been headlining the comedy circuit for years with a huge cult like following based in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.  is best known as being a regular personality on The Howard Stern Show as well as being the co-host of the Miserable Men show on Howard 101. He has often been the host of comedy roasts, is a frequent guest on the Opie and Anthony Show and was a stand-up comedy performer on the Killers of Comedy tour. He was also heard daily on the Kidd Chris morning show on WYSP in Philadelphia as an on-air guest, until they were fired in May 2008 and currently had his own podcast The Bob Levy show. 

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Tom Snyder - Episode 535

• July 20th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with writer/musician/producer Tom Snyder. Tom is the creator of Squigglevision, the animation style made famous by Comedy Central's cult classic series Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist, which he created with Jonathan Katz. He was the executive producer of Home Movies, the first program to air on Adult Swim and one of IGN's Top 100 Animated Series, BET's Hey Monie! and ABC's Saturday morning entertainment cartoon Science Court. He has won Peabody, PGA and Cable Ace Awards for his animated programs. He also composed the music for many of these projects. Currently he just released an audio book Is Anyone All Right? which defies categorization a bit.  It's the studio recording of a musical stage comedy written and scored by him and narrated and performed by multiple voice actors.  It's very sweet and well-written.  Much of its charm comes from big-hearted characters and the overly detailed/subtle stage direction he takes comedic advantage of in this format. 

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Linden Ashby - Episode 534

• July 18th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Linden Ashby. Linden is currently in his sixth season starring in the hit MTV series Teen Wolf where he plays Sheriff Stilinski and is also well known for his role as Johnny Cage in the film adaption of Mortal Kombat and as Dr. Brett Cooper in Melrose Place. In a career that has spanned almost 30 years he has had co-starring roles in the soap operas Loving, Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless. He has also guest starred or recurred in numerous series such as The Gates, Drop Dead Diva, Franklin & Bash, Necessary Roughness, CSI: Miami, The War Next Door, Spy Game and many more. His film credits include 8 Seconds, Wyatt Earp, Cadillac Ranch, Outrage, Resident Evil: Extinction, Prom Night and Iron Man 3 to name a few.

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Nicholas Tana - Episode 533

• July 15th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with director Nicholas Tana. Nicholas is a published author, journalist, songwriter, award-winning playwright and director, musician, and actor. He got his first start in TV while working as a Production Assistant for PBS KAET Channel 8 in Tempe, Arizona while attending Arizona State University. Upon graduation, he served as an Associate Director for ESPN International before starting his own production company, Smart Media L.L.C. for which he has written, produced, and directed numerous commercials, promotional marketing videos, and IT training materials for clients like Universal Music Group, Conoco Phillips, Sempra Utility Company, and Molina Healthcare. He optioned his children’s animation concept, The Adventures of Bony Macaroni to Good Kids Entertainment where it was picked up for Distribution by Bejuba Entertainment. This past year in 2016, his first feature documentary film, Sticky: A (Self) Love Story, which is the world’s first feature documentary on masturbation, received several distribution offers before being picked up by Vision Films for worldwide distribution. His second film, Hell’s Kitty, a comedy horror based on an award winning web-series and comic book, features more horror icons than any movie in history. Hell’s Kitty has already received distribution offers from both Tomcat Films and Lonely Seal Releasing and will be making its first festival appearance at the Bram Stoker Horror Festival in England in October 2016.

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Amanda Lauren - Episode 532

• July 13th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with writer Amanda Lauren. Amanda calls herself a “Jackie of All Trades, Marilyn of None” and has written about everything from sex to socks. Her articles have been featured on Mashable, LA Weekly, She Knows, After Party Magazine, Ravishly, Your Tango, The Gloss, Cheat Sheet, Xo Jane, Huff Po, No Tofu, Psychology Today (her therapist was so proud) and Salon among other sites. She has also been seen on Good Morning America, Fox and Friends and been heard on various podcasts across the internet.

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Currie Graham - Episode 531

• July 11th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Currie Graham. Currie currently can be seen as Mario Silleti on Murder in the First and upcoming as Calvin Chadwick in Agent Carter. HE has been acting for over two decades and has filled up his resume with a variety of television and film credits from a wide array of roles and genres since the late '80s. Graham is known for playing Lt. Thomas Bale, the micromanaging station commander in the final season of the TV program NYPD Blue. His other regular starring TV appearances include the final season of the TV program Suddenly Susan as the male lead/romantic interest Nate Knaborski. His television debut was a guest appearance in an episode of Just the Ten of Us in 1988. It wasn't until in 1992 that he followed that up playing a part in a Law & Order episode. During the next three years, Graham did a handful of films and made-for-TV movies including the crime dramedy Money for Nothing (1993). While primarily recognized as a TV actor, he has added several film credits to his name including the action thrillers Rancid (2004) and Assault on Precinct 13. He has established a prolific career in television with multiple guest-starring roles, including recurring roles in House playing the husband of Dr. House's ex-girlfriend Stacy, 24 as Ted Cofell, Boston Legal as ADA Frank 'My Name Appears Second on the Ballot this November' Ginsberg, Desperate Housewives as Lynette Scavo's boss, Ed Ferrara, and in Men in Trees as Supervisor Richard Ellis, the romantic interest of local chief of police Celia Bachelor. Other guest appearances include TV shows as Judging Amy, Patrick Lehane on the TV Mini-Series Would Be Kings, CSI, Criminal Minds, Ghost Whisperer, Lie to Me, The Mentalist and Castle. Recently, he appeared in the direct-to-DVD film Stargate: The Ark of Truth, a film conclusion of the Stargate SG-1 television franchise, as IOA agent James Marrick, and then he went to star as Nick Balco in the series Raising the Bar.

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