Thursday, May 20, 2010

5/20 - Gloria Allred, Oscar Nuñez, Sarah Douglas, John Besh, Jodie Fields,

 Gloria Allred - Celebrity Attorney
Graduation is a time for celebrating a milestone and looking forward  to the next phase of life, but what most people don’t realize is that graduation parties can introduce a host of potential legal problems for parents and teens. So as graduation season approaches and parents across the country prepare for parties honoring their son or daughter’s achievements, they should know the potential legal risks associated with hosting such events. What if your teen asks you to supply some booze? What if someone  drives drunk? What if there’s an accident on your property? Can you  be held responsible as the homeowner and as the host?

OSCAR NUNEZ ("Oscar Martinez" on NBC's "The Office")
Oscar Nuñez portrays Dunder Mifflin paper supply accountant Oscar Martinez on NBC's "The Office."  Born in Cuba and raised in Union City, New Jersey, Nuñez started his comedy career by joining the Shock of the Funny improv troupe in New York. The troupe performed in the East Village for several years. Nuñez performed in theatre in New York and Washington D.C. before moving to Los Angeles in the mid 1990's, where he joined the Groundlings Theatre Company and performed in their Sunday Company.    Nuñez's television credits include "Malcolm in the Middle," "24," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Reno 911," "The District" and "Mad TV." Most recently, Nuñez created and sold a television pilot to Comedy Central titled "Halfway Home." In film, he has appeared in "The Italian Job," "Reno 911: Miami," and "When Do We Eat?"   Having attended various colleges in New York such as F.I.T for fashion and Parsons School of Design for writing, Nuñez became a certified dental technician from Magna Institute of Dental Technology.   Nuñez currently lives in Los Angeles. His birth date is November 18.  MONOPOLY®: "THE OFFICE" COLLECTOR’S EDITION - HITS STORE SHELVES THIS SUMMER  Classic MONOPOLY® Game From USAOPOLY, Based On NBC’s Hit Show, Will Have Players Competing for Ownership of Their Favorite "Office" Location  MONOPOLY "The Office" Collector’s Edition Begins Pre-Sale May 1 at .
SARAH DOUGLAS (Witch in Syfy's "Witchville")
When PRINCE MALACHY returns to his father's kingdom after the Crusades his first impression is that a bad harvest is the reason that the villagers are sick and hungry. But his arrival home is heralded by news of the king's death and Malachy swears to take charge and help his people. But all is not as it seems and a stranger to the village, warns the new king that a dark force is the cause of their ills and only Malachy has to key to rid the kingdom of it forever.

Celebrity Chef  John Besh  - "My New Orleans"
Acclaimed chef John Besh grew up in Southern Louisiana, learning at an early age the essentials of Louisiana’s rich culinary traditions. Besh has set the benchmark for fine dining in New Orleans – with the six successful restaurants. He will be hosting two national TV shows beginning in 2010; “Inedible to Incredible” on TLC and “John Besh’s New Orleans” on PBS. He was the runner-up on the Food Network’s hit series, “Next Iron Chef” and appeared on Bravo’s “Top Chef Masters” to help raise money for and support the Make It Right Foundation. His first solo-authored  cookbook, "My New Orleans" is in stores now.

Jodie Shield, nationally-renowned dietician.  Nationally-renowned dietitian Jodie Shield has been in the field of nutrition for more than two decades and has authored more than 500 articles for prestigious magazines and professional journals. In addition, Jodie is the author of the  “American Dietetic Association's Guide to Healthy Eating for Kids” and “Childhood and Adolescent Overweight: A Health Professional's Guide to Identification, Treatment, and Prevention.”  The Love Your Veggies campaign was created to help children develop a life-long love of vegetables. While eating vegetables is an obvious necessity, the campaign aims to make eating vegetables an enjoyable experience steeped in education, exploration, and understanding of healthy eating. To help accomplish this, the Love Your Veggies campaign provides moms support in the home and community. For more information, please visit