LUKE CONKLIN (Casting Producer, NBC's "Minute To Win It")
"Minute to Win It" is a new family-friendly competition series, hosted by Guy Fieri, featuring 10 deceptively simple games that require savvy contestants to complete under pressure with a prize of $1 million awaiting the winner. Competitors will face 10 challenges that escalate in level of difficulty. Each game has a 60-second time limit and failure to finish the task on time will eliminate the contestant. At various points throughout the game, the contestant can walk away with the money earned up to that point, but it'll take nerves of steel to complete all 10 tasks to win the $1 million OPEN CALLS: SUNDAY, MARCH 28TH LOS ANGELES Universal CityWalk Universal City, CA 91608 1pm- 4pm We will be located by the famous Universal Globe near the park entrance and Saddle Ranch Bar and Grill.
MICHELLE TRACHTENBERG “Gossip Girl” and “Mercy”
Famous Actress and Star of Both “Gossip Girl” and “Mercy” Michelle Trachtenberg , One of Hollywood’s most popular young actresses, Michelle Trachtenberg~who first became a household name on the hit television series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” for which she won a “Young Artists of Hollywood Award” for Best Supporting Actress~began actng at three years of age and has since graced the silver screen in such feature films as “17 Again”, “Harriet the Spy”, “Ice Princess”, “Inspector Gadget”, “Beautiful Ohio”, “Mysterious Skin”, “Can’t Be Heaven”, “Against the Current”, and “Eurotrip”. In addition, Michelle~who appeared in a recurring role in the fourth season of the critically-acclaimed “Six Feet Under”~continues to play both the role of Georgina Sparks on the hit show “Gossip Girl” and the role of Nurse Chloe Payne on another hit show “Mercy”. Finally, Michelle is also a designer~having recently designed a bag called the “Michelle Satchel” with Monica Botkier from which half of the proceeds go to OXFAM and a jewelry line with Coach Poppy that is being released in February of this year (2010). Tuesday, April 6th, Michelle will be rolling out the white carpet in New York City’s world-famous Herald Square~designed by internationally-renowned chalk artist Julian Beever~on which Michelle and lucky consumers will receive hair and make-up touch-ups and camera-ready tips for staying confident and looking good in their own lives~whether at a special event or in everyday life.
Gary Owens - Legendary Broadcaster
Gary Owens (born May 10, 1936) is an American disc jockey and voice actor. His polished baritone speaking voice generally offers deadpan recitations of total nonsense, which he frequently demonstrated as the announcer on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In. Owens is equally proficient in straight or silly assignments and is frequently heard in television, radio, and commercials. He's best known as the voice of Space Ghost on Space Ghost. He also was himself on Space Ghost Coast to Coast in 1998.
Owens was also known as "Superbeard", because like his contemporary radio icon Wolfman Jack, he sported a goatee-beard, wore Hawaiian shirts, baggy Bermuda shorts, and his "1941 wide necktie with a hula girl on it". Often during these comedy skits on the air he would have the assistance of other radio comics, most notably Bob Arbogast (known as "Arbo" to his adoring fans), Stan Ross (of "Drowning in the Surf" fame in 1963), and Jim "Weather Eyes" Hawthorne.Owens also did his famous "Good Evening Kiss" on KMPC when he was on from 9PM to Midnight, by saying "Now I'll just snuggle up to a nice warm microphone, and embracemoi," making a big wet kiss sound effect followed by the sound effect of a gong striking. In 1966, Owens collaborated with Bob Arbogast, June Foray, Daws Butler, Paul Frees and others on a hilarious comedy spoof record album titled "Sunday Morning With the Funnies" with the Jimmy Haskell Orchestra on Reprise Records. During this period, Owens became more widely known as the voice of the eponymous TV cartoon characters in Roger Ramjet and Space Ghost, the excitable narrator/announcer from The Perils of Penelope Pitstop, and perhaps most well-known, as the announcer on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, all the while continuing his show on KMPC. He appeared regularly as a television newscaster on The Green Hornet during the 1966-67 season. He also hosted its daily game show spin-off, Letters to Laugh-In, during its brief run in 1969. Capitalizing on Owens' "Laugh-In" fame, Mel Blanc Audiomedia, an audio production company based in Beverly Hills, CA, developed and marketed "The Gary Owens Special Report," a 260-episode package of syndicated radio comedy shows. He also appeared in the Sesame Street pilot in a skit called The Man from Alphabet. He was a scriptwriter for Jay Ward Productions, has appeared in many series for Walt Disney, and has done over 30,000 commercials. He was also a guest star on The Munsters and McHale's Navy.
Steve Evans "The Movie Guy"
Tips on the best & worst this weekend at the Box Office. Steve reviews and comments on all the latest from Hollywood and gets the story behind the film.A veteran of the industry, "The Movie Guy" says exactly how he feels about the movies that you will be watching this weekend. Mike Horn comments on the lineup of big screen offerings but does not always agree with what Steve has to say. This is the movie review program to listen to every week and get the "real deal".