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Ruta Lee - Act Two! show art Ruta Lee - Act Two!

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Ruta Lee is back for another sizzling, no-hold-barred conversation in which she "dishes" about her incredible Hollywood career.

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# 63 - Oscar Winner George Chakiris show art # 63 - Oscar Winner George Chakiris

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Here's an intimate conversation with Academy Award winner George Chakiris...truly a triple threat as an actor, dancer, and singer. Chakiris has won multiple awards, including an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award for his dynamic role as Bernardo in the film classic, West Side Story.

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#62 - Financing Movies with Mark Stouffer show art #62 - Financing Movies with Mark Stouffer

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Mark Stouffer's inspiring story is unique in all of show business.

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#61 - Actress-Singer Linda Purl show art #61 - Actress-Singer Linda Purl

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Linda Purl has earned hundreds of film and television credits including iconic roles in classic TV series (“Happy Days,” “The Waltons,” “Matlock”) and starring gigs in prime-time network series like “The Oath,” and “The Office."

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Television's Most Prolific Director: Alan J. Levi show art Television's Most Prolific Director: Alan J. Levi

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, Alan J. Levi began his filmmaking career while a sophomore in high school. Finding no one who would hire this aspiring director, he organized his own company financed entirely by his fellow schoolmates. 

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#59 - Actress Ruta Lee show art #59 - Actress Ruta Lee

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Show business legend Ruta Lee shares stories about how she broke into Hollywood in movies like Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and Witness for the Prosecution. She describes her 40-year career as a guest star on shows like Perry Mason, Rawhide, and The Twilight Zone...while co-hosting quiz shows with Alex Trebek.

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#58 - Producer Hawk Koch, Part II show art #58 - Producer Hawk Koch, Part II

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Chinatown, Marathon Man, Rosemary’s Baby and Wayne’s World are just the tip of the iceberg on the list of this star producer's credits. Starting at the bottom rung of the Hollywood ladder as a lowly production assistant, eventually becoming President of the Producers Guild of America and the Motion Picture Academy, the story and career of Hawk Koch is is the stuff of showbiz legend.

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#57 - Dee Wallace show art #57 - Dee Wallace

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Legendary actress Dee Wallace has more than 200 feature film credits that include Blake Edwards' 10, The Howling, Cujo, The Hills Have Eyes...and her iconic performance in Spielberg's E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial.

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#56 - Broadway and Television Star Ilene Graff show art #56 - Broadway and Television Star Ilene Graff

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Here's a high-energy conversation with Ilene Graff, the Grammy-nominated recording artist best known as the co-star of the long-running ABC-TV series Mr. Belvedere.

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#55 - Rich Little: #55 - Rich Little: "The Man of a Thousand Voices"

Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

This entertaining, joke-filled interview with comedian and impersonator Rich Little has Bob and Suzanne breaking up in laughter throughout the conversation.

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Here’s an inspiring, free-flowing conversation with this generation’s most gifted and dynamic actress-singer.

Linda Purl grew up in Japan and when she returned to the U.S. in her late teens as a trained actress, she quickly came to the attention of audiences nationwide in the long-running TV soap The Secret Storm.

That was the beginning of an incomparable career that has earned her hundreds of film and television credits including iconic roles in classic TV series (“Happy Days,” “The Waltons,” “Matlock”) and starring gigs in prime-time network series like “The Oath,” and “The Office."

In this interview, you'll hear Linda laugh and moan as Bob reminds her that he wrote and produced "another failed pilot,", as well as the series "Robin's Hoods," both starring Linda.

When she wasn’t in front of the cameras, Linda has been a regular on- and off-Broadway appearing in everything from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Merchant of Venice to The Year of Magical Thinking and  The King and I.

Linda’s latest career moves have her making big waves as a recording artist and cabaret singer.  With multiple solo concert appearances in New York, Los Angeles, and Tokyo, her CDs Midnight Caravan, Taking a Chance on Love, and Up Jumped Spring are destined to become classics.