ACTRESS BRITNE OLDFORD - THE NEW DRAMATIC THRILLER SERIES HUNTERS ON SYFY
Britney can discuss the new series and how it uses science fiction storytelling to address real-world terrorism concerns. (Interesting article from the LA Times
“HUNTERS” AIRS MONDAY NIGHTS AT 10PM, 9PM CT ON SYFY
A Secret Government Unit Hunts Down Alien Terrorists in Syfy's Thrilling New Series, Hunters
Britne Oldford Helps Lead the Charge as Exo-Terrorism Operative Allison Regan
Inspired by Whitley Strieber’s best-selling novel, Alien Hunter, Syfy's Hunters is part gritty crime drama and part sci-fi thriller from executive producers Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead, The Terminator trilogy) and Natalie Chaidez (12 Monkeys, Heroes). When a decorated FBI agent's wife suddenly disappears, his search leads him to a secret government unit charged to hunt down ruthless terrorists called "Hunters" who are not from this world.
Britne Oldford plays Allison Regan, one of the most valuable operatives of the Exo-Terrorism Unit. Britne first starred on MTV’s popular series Skins before memorably playing the role of ‘Alma’ on the second season of the award-winning American Horror Story. She's also had recurring roles on ABC Family’s Ravenswood, Richard Lagravanese’s WE tv series The Divide and CW’s The Flash.
CORDON-BLEU CERTIFIED CHEF AND REGISTERED DIETITIAN, MICHELLE DUDASH WILL SHARE SOME OF HER CAMPAIGN TRAIL MIX RECIPES INSPIRED BY THE CANDIDATES THEMSELVES
POLITICAL CAMPAIGN TRAIL MIX
If you can’t decide who to vote for, you might be equally as confused as to what to snack on, which is why, America, Michelle has created the World’s First Political Campaign Trail Mix. It’s time for America to TAKE BACK SNACKING, and make it great again. **A NON-PARTISAN SPOOF**
Trump’s Build a Wall-Nut Trail Mix
Hillary’s Hidden Email Trail Mix
ElecTED's Flaming Hot Political Tex Mix
Feel the Bern Spicy Trail Trail Mix
Kasich’s Buckeye Trail Mix
For the presidential candidate you don't like
ABOUT MICHELLE :
Award-winning registered dietitian nutritionist, Cordon Bleu-certified chef and best-selling author Michelle Dudash has created the award-winning recipes for busy moms struggling to feed their families nourishing meals while the clock is ticking. As an on-the-go working mom herself, Michelle understood early on that it is possible to cook like a chef while eating like a nutritionist, which is where the idea materialized for her first book, Clean Eating for Busy Families (Fair Winds Press). In January 2016, Michelle launched her online program Clean Eating Cooking School: Monthly Meal Plans Made Simple.
• Finalist on The Chew Search for The Weight Watchers Chef
• Awarded Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
• Recognized as one of 12 alumni making a difference in nutrition by University of Wisconsin’s Grow magazine
Clean. Fresh. Fast. It is Michelle’s mission to make these three principles a part of your everyday food choices. Teaching millions of families how food and health can deliciously co-exist has been Michelle’s mission for over 18 years – one meal at a time. From clean eating BBQ fixes, revealing which foods keep you cool in the heat (while not melting in your bag) and snack packs that save your day, Michelle is the expert in empowering you how to approach food with a nutritionist’s perspective whether you’re in the kitchen or on the road.
Recipe Developer, Chef Speaker, Nutrition Spokesperson
Michelle is a sought after recipe developer, nutrition and culinary speaker, food writer andregistered dietitian spokesperson for select international brands in the whole foods, clean eating space.
Michelle is the healthy recipe columnist for the Arizona Republic’s “Dish with Dudash®,” a regular contributor to Food Network’s “Healthy Eats” blog, and she has also contributed her savory creations to Diabetic Living, Better Homes and Gardens “Skinny Slow Cooker,” OXYGEN, Martha Stewart’s Whole Living, and a variety of food companies. Her clean eating articles have appeared in EatingWell, SELF, Parents, Food Network and Shape. Journalists regularly call on her expertise for publications including USA Today, Today.com, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Kiwi,REDBOOK, WebMD, Family Circle, Time, Prevention, Today’s Dietitian, TheCookingChannel.com and many more. Michelle has appeared as an expert on The Doctors, The Chew, FOX & Friends, Better TV, The List, HuffPost Live, KABC Los Angeles, KCBS Los Angeles, Good Day Chicago and Radio Disney. Michelle is a regular guest on Arizona Midday on NBC-KPNX and The List, a nationally syndicated show airing on ABC and NBC affiliates across the country.
Education and Training
Michelle graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.S. degree in dietetics and a few years later she earned her toque from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Scottsdale. Her recipes have appeared at A-list celebrity events, she cooked at the Mobil Five Star restaurant Mary Elaine’s, and was a private chef serving guests including English royalty. Fresh out of college, she learned the art of foodservice management with Compass Group, USA.
Active in Her Profession and Community
Michelle has served in leadership roles in many levels of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, including past-president of the Arizona Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is currently the Education Chair of the Food and Culinary Professionals Dietetic Practice Group. Michelle continuously mentors interns as they complete nationally accredited dietetic programs and is a guest lecturer at Arizona State University. Michelle is a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals and Les Dames d’ Escoffier, an invitation-only professional and philanthropic organization, as well as Nutrition Entrepreneurs Dietetic Practice Group.
Michelle practices yoga, relishes a brisk run, and squeezes in weight lifting when she can. When traveling, she is always on the lookout for the best food experiences, whether it is bringing a container of tuna poke to the beach, noshing on a juicy peach at the local farmers market, or savoring a fine chef’s creations. When at home in Scottsdale, Arizona, she loves to cook whole-foods meals for her husband and two young daughters.
JIM FOX - FORMER NHL PLAYER AND TV ANALYST FOR THE LA KINGS – PLAYOFFS AND THE LOS ANGELES KINGS “BEARDATHON”
LOS ANGELES KINGS “BEARDATHON”
Los Angeles Kings “Beardathon” raiseS money for the March of Dimes who’s mission is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. If you are able to pledge for Jim's beard, every little bit helps…
Jim Fox is in his 26th season as the Kings Television Analyst, joining Bob Miller in the booth for club broadcasts on FOX Sports West.
Ninth on the Kings all-time scoring list, ninth in assists and 11th in goals with 479 points (186-293=479) in 578 games, Fox spent his entire 10-year career as a member of the Kings after being selected in the first round (10th overall) of the 1980 NHL Entry Draft. A three time 30-goal scorer, Fox enjoyed his most productive season in 1984-85 when he recorded 83 points (30-53=83), and in 22 career playoff games with the Kings, Fox had 12 points (4-8=12). Over his playing career with the Kings, Fox also holds the distinction of playing the fourth most games -- starting, ending and only with the Kings (Dave Taylor holds the mark followed by Dustin Brown and Anze Kopitar).
Prior to becoming a King, Fox enjoyed a standout junior career with the Ottawa 67’s of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). As the club’s captain during the 1979-80 campaign, Fox recorded at least one point in every game, including preseason, regular season and the playoffs, and he was a finalist for the Canadian Jr. Player of the Year after earning OHL Most Valuable Player and Leading Scorer awards.
Internationally, Fox represented Canada at the World Junior Championship in Helsinki (1979-80) and he also earned a bronze medal at the World Championship in Moscow in 1986.
Upon retirement as a player in 1990, Fox became Director of Community Relations for the Kings, a position he held until 1994. During that time, he was responsible for creating the Kings Care Foundation and annual Foundation events such as Tip-A-King, the team’s charity golf tournament and the Kings Youth Hockey Camp.
He remains one of the strongest forces in the Kings community development and charitable efforts, as a Special Ambassador, and he spends an enormous amount of time supporting and developing programs that benefit the children of our community, while also sitting on the board. For 25 years, Fox also co-hosted the Cystic Fibrosis Golf Classic with Dave Taylor, and now he actively serves as Commissioner for the new Los Angeles Kings High School Hockey League. In 2015 the Kings named their Community Service Award, which is given annually to an active Kings player, after Fox.
Fox, 55 (5/18/60), a wine lover, has participated as a judge in the Long Beach Grand Cru and the Los Angeles County Fair “Wines of the World,” both international wine-tasting competitions. Fox, along with winemaker Mike Smith, produces single vineyard designate Pinot Noir from California under the brand name “Patiné Cellars.” Patiné is French for “to have skated!” This past September he hosted the fifth annual “Sunset Sip” wine tasting fundraiser to benefit The Guidance Center.
Fox played himself in the popular 1999 movie “Mystery, Alaska,” and he was the first Kings recipient of the club’s Community Service Award (1988-89). In addition to his duties in the broadcasting booth, Fox has also served as the co-host of the Los Angeles-area Emmy Award-winning “Kings Live” pre-game show on FOX Sports West for several seasons.
In the October 2, 2006, issue of Sports Illustrated, Fox was named the Best Analyst in hockey. From 1998-2012 Fox was named the Best TV Color Commentator in Southern California by Los Angeles Daily News Columnist Tom Hoffarth (the one year he did not win the award was when there was no NHL season), and Hoffarth has also named Fox and Miller the “Best Broadcasting Team” in a different award. In 2008, the Southern California Sports Broadcasters honored him with the top pre and post-game shows commentator award and in 2009, 2011 and 2012, and in 2015 he won for the best TV Analyst for the second consecutive time (and fifth time in the last six years).
Also, on February 11, 2006, the Kings held “Jim Fox Day” at STAPLES Center, and Fox was honored on the ice before a game for his 25 years of service to the organization as a player and broadcaster. During the 2013-14 season, Fox was a Legends Night Series honoree by the Kings at STAPLES Center.
From 2005-08, Fox also worked for NHL Radio through the Stanley Cup Final, as well as working as a studio playoff analyst for Yahoo! Sports from 2006-09.
A native of Coniston, Ontario, Jim is a resident of Redondo Beach with his wife Susie.