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On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talk with actress Micheal Learned. She is known for her role as Olivia Walton in the long-running CBS drama series The Waltons (1972–1981). She has won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series four times, which is tied for the record of most wins with Tyne Daly. Three of the wins were for The Waltons (1973, 1974, 1976), while the other was for Nurse (1982).
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill speaks with actress Joyce Bulifant. Joyce Bulifant is an American actress and author. In addition to recurring roles on television including The Mary Tyler Moore Show as Marie Slaughter, Bulifant is recognized for film roles in The Happiest Millionaire and Airplane! and as a frequent panelist on game shows, including Chain Reaction, Match Game, and Password Plus.Bulifant was the original choice for the role of Carol Brady on ABC's The Brady Bunch, but the part ultimately went to Florence Henderson.Joyce also talks about her 2017 book "My Four Hollywood Husbands". While following the path of her own successful career, Ms. Bulifant managed to navigate the choppy waters of husbands' alcoholism, codependency, and an extended family of four marriages.The book is available on amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Four-Hollywood-Husbands-Joyce-Bulifant/dp/0991385837
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Jeffery Sitcov and Joanne Newgard of DoorsofChange.org. Since 2001, Doors of Change™ has been transforming the lives of homeless youth, one young person at a time. Originally called Photocharity, the 501(c)(3) has raised over $4.7 million. For more than 18 years we have helped place over 2,000 homeless youth in safe housing and off the streets.In 2013 the agency identified a significant gap in the services and resources available to “transitional–age-youth” (those between the ages of 16 and 25) and decided to re-brand as Doors of Change™ and deliver a unique service to address this critical need. We work with youth ages 17-25 years old.Recognizing that trust is often a significant barrier for youth in need of services, Doors of Change™ selected music and art as a non-threatening way to engage young people living on the streets. By offering music and art instruction in a small group setting, youth are given the opportunity to explore their feelings and challenges through the arts, achieve a sense of mastery for the first time, develop social skills that are positive and constructive, and create a vision for the future that is filled with possibility.
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actor, comedian, and impressionist Jim Meskimen about his career, canceled projects, and being the son of Marion Ross (Happy Days).
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Louis Prima Jr. (Son of Louis Prima). Louis talks about how his father's music has influenced his career. Louis also talks about how Covid-19 has interfered with his live performances, plus the release of his new album. For more information go to www.LouisPrimaJr.com
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Oliver Ezell Founder, and CEO of LearningCrypto Solutions about Crypto Currency and NFTs. LearningCrypto Solutions (LCS) educates individuals on cryptography, blockchain, and cryptocurrency. https://www.liinks.co/learningcryptosolutions
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actor, director, producer, editor, and writer Stanley Livingston. Stanley talks about his days as a child actor and working on the My Three Sons TV program. Stanley also talks about his career after My Three Sons and his other projects.
On this episode of The Bill Alexander show, Bill talks with actress Dee Wallace. Dee is perhaps best known for her role as Mary Taylor, the mother in the 1982 blockbuster film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. She is also known for her starring roles in several horror films including The Hills Have Eyes (1977), The Howling (1981), Cujo (1983), and Critters (1986), which earned her the title of "scream queen". Dee talks about her career, her upcoming projects, and her spiritual healing and books. For more information go to IAMDeeWallace.com.
On this episode of the Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Karen Knotts. Karen is a hilarious performer. She has a one-woman show and has written a book entitled “Tied Up In Knotts” as a tribute to her beloved father Don Knotts.A FATHER / DAUGHTER STORY“When my father, Don Knotts, passed away in February 2006, I wanted to pay tribute to him in the way I knew him best: as an amazing, loving dad. It’s true that Don Knotts was one of the greatest and most beloved comedic actors of his generation, with many awards to his credit! However, in my one-woman show TIED UP IN KNOTTS!, I try to capture the essence of Don, the man because I always thought he was the funniest when he was just being himself.” — KarenKaren will be performing on March 12th in Parkersburg West Virginia and March 13th in Morgantown, West Virginia. For more information go to her website www.KarenKnotts.comTied Up in Knotts: My Dad and Me Hardcover – September 21, 2021https://www.amazon.com/Tied-Up-Knotts-My-Dad/dp/164160512X/
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Tracy Newman. Newman is a founding member of the improvisational theater troupe The Groundlings (as is her sister, Laraine Newman). She was co-creator and executive producer of the sitcom According to Jim (2001–2009). She is also a singer-songwriter and lead singer of Tracy Newman and The Reinforcements.*The TV program I meant that featured Courtney Thorne-Smith was "Day by Day" not "Step by Step"*For more information on Tracy go to her website www.TracyNewman.com
On this edition of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with former Charlie's Angel Jaclyn Smith. Jaclyn Smith discusses her early years and family life growing up in Texas. She talks of her early interest in acting and modeling and becoming a "Breck Girl." She recalls her early acting jobs on McCloud, Switch, and The Partridge Family. She then details getting cast on Charlie's Angels as "Kelly Garrett," alongside Farrah Fawcett and Kate Jackson. Smith comments on the explosion of popularity the show experienced after the pilot aired, and recounts working with Executive Producer Aaron Spelling and fellow cast members David Doyle and John Forsythe. She speaks of the revolving cast members of Charlie's Angels, which later included Cheryl Ladd, Tanya Roberts, and Shelley Hack, and touches on some of the controversy surrounding the series.
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with comedian and cookbook author Anna Vocino. Anna makes a gluten-free, low-carb Chicken Parmesan. While she makes the Chicken Parmesan they talk about Anna's Marinara sauce and her new spices. For more information on Anna's Sauces and Spices go to www.EatHappyKitchen.com
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with Anson Williams (Potsie Weber) about his days on the Television series Happy Days, his music career and his new project "Harvest Time" with Don Most.
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with the actress Diane Franklin about her new book "Diane Franklin: The Excellent COMEDY of the Last American, French-Exchange Babe of the 80s: The Better Off Dead Movie Tribute Book" https://amzn.to/3BsHLKN. Diane also talks about her career, her movies, and her daughter Olivia DeLaurentis.
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with comedian Judy Tenuta about her career, how she is dealing with cancer, and her 1998 film Desperation Boulevard - https://amzn.to/3GwNJeB.Judy's website: https://www.judytenuta.com/Judy's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SpaceGoddessy
On this edition of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with musicians Fiddling Leona & JP Mathes.Leona and JP talk about their reoccurring roles on the Netflix series "Swap Shop". They also discussed their blue grass Band - Fiddling Leona. For more information on the "Swap Shop" go to https://bit.ly/swapshopnetflix . The new season of "Swap Shop" air on Netflix on February 16, 2022.For information about their bluegrass band go to www.FiddlingLeona.com
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with musician Kenny Lee Lewis. Kenny is best known as the bassist for the Steve Miller Band, Kenny Lee Lewis has toured as a guitarist, bassist, and vocalist, writing and producing songs for almost 40 years. Working extensively as a studio musician with everyone from Bonnie Raitt, Peter Frampton, Boz Scaggs, Paul McCartney, Tom Jones, and others, Lewis continues trying new things within and outside of his music. Latest ventures include his YouTube channel for fans and aspiring guitarists, online guitar school, and debut sci-fi fantasy novel, Skeleton Dolls: Children of the Tower.For more information about Kenny and his music go to:www.KennyLeeLewis.comwww.BarflyzMusic.comwww.FrenzMusic.comwww.HangDynasty.com
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actress Caroline Ellis about her time as Joy on the children's TV series Bugaloos and working with Sid and Marty Krofft.
On this episode of The Bill Alexander Show, Bill talks with actress Blanca Blanco. Blanca is an American actress best known for The Dog of Christmas, Fake News, and Torch. Blanca book Breaking the Mold is now available on Amazon athttps://www.amazon.com/Breaking-Mold-Blanca-Blanco/dp/1956216014
Guest: JoAnne Worley (President of Actors and Others for Animals) talking about the Betty White Challenge."Betty White Challenge," an online event set for Jan. 17, on what would've been the TV icon's 100th birthday, has been gaining steam among fans online. The social media challenge encourages people to donate $5 or more to animal rescues or shelters in her name. To donate go to www.bettywhitechallenge.com
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