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Crystal Fambrini is a “generation now” host and lifestyle reporter, focusing on entertainment and fashion, making more than 100 live show appearances on stations like KTLA Los Angeles, KGO San Francisco, KTVK Phoenix, KOIN Portland, KGTV San Diego, and KVVU Las Vegas and working with national and international outlets like NBC, FOX, MTV, E!, Current TV, Sundance Channel, Spike TV, USA, CBC Canada and Canale 5 Italy. Crystal is on Al Gore’s EMMY award winning Current TV as a producer, host and reporter covering stories from the environment to new technology and profiling inspirational people. E! Networks Co Founder Alan Mruvka pegged Crystal to represent his new endeavor, thelooktv.com. She sharpened her production skills working with dick clark productions and 19 Entertainment on a range of projects from the Golden Globes to “So You Think You Can Dance.” As the youngest primetime television producer at FOX’s MyNetworkTV, she excelled and churned out more than 70 one hour episodes for the show “Desire.” Her reporting and producing skills have won her multiple awards such as: a Worldfest REMI, Society of Professional Journalist’s Entertainment Reporter Award, 5 TELLY Awards, 3 Student EMMYs. Check out here sites: CrystalFambrini.com and StyleSeenDaily.com
A native of Philadelphia, the vivacious and versatile Brooke Lewis has made an impact as both an actress and producer. Brooke relocated to New York, where she began her professional career. Her first major taste of the limelight came from Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding - the Off-Broadway hit comedy- in which she played the “prima donna” bridesmaid Donna Marsala. Brooke soon signed with Tazmania/Metropolitan Records and released the freestyle song ”Get Me Off Your Mind”. Brooke would also find success on-screen, appearing in The Rules (For Men), A Packing Suburbia, Fare Well Miss Fortune, andPride & Loyalty. She headed west – to Hollywood. There, she would create Philly Chick Pictures, an endeavor designed to increase opportunities in front of the camera, as well as behind it. Since making the move, Brooke has had roles in, or on, several projects, including, Quintuplets, Mafiosa, Break, Gerald, Dahmer Vs. Gacy and Double Tap. She starred opposite Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster) in the indie TV pilot/web series Life’s A Butch. Some of this firecracker’s impressive producing credits include: Circuit Riders (actress/producer), Broken Angel (co-producer), Kinky Killers (actress/co-executive producer) andiMurders (actress/executive producer). Among projects still in production, or yet to be released, are The Drum Beats Twice (actress/executive producer), The Sinatra Club (actress/producer) and Slime City Massacre (actress/co-producer). In March of 2009, Brooke launched the Ms. Vampy TV/talk show/web series, in which she starred, produced and co-directed! Ms. Vampy is currently being developed into a feature film titled Vamp It Out. She was honored by Screamqueen.com as SCREAM QUEEN OF THE MONTH November 2008!!! SCARS MAGAZINE honored her with the centerfold and interview in March 2009 and she graced the October 2009 Cover of SCARS with iMURDERS Co-star Tony Todd. She was chosen SINISTER GIRL of 2009 by SinisterSpace. “VOGUE for Horror Fans” GOREZONE MAGAZINE chose her as their GOREMATE August 2010. Spreading out to SciFi, she is SIRIUS Satellite Radio’s SLICE OF SCIFI’s SLICE QUEEN. Brooke was recently honored by the B MOVIE GOLDEN COB AWARDS 2010 for BEST SCREAM QUEEN of 2009. As if she is not busy enough, Brooke strongly believes in charity work and was chosen HOT HUNKS OF HORROR HOTTIE 2009. The amazing “hunky horror” calendar benefits the Lynn Sage Foundation for Breast Cancer Research and Brooke promoted this cause throughout the year. Brooke is a proud member of Women In Film and Film Independent. And, during football season (when she finally decides to take a break from working!), you will always find her at a sports bar cheering for the Philadelphia EAGLES! Make sure you check out her AMAZING webshow at MsVampy.net and, of course, her awesome website BrookeLewis.com
Oh the amazing Nicole Rayburn, what can’t be said that isn’t wonderful? I met Nicole because we were both involved in a film, Blur. We met and instantly connected. We’ve written screenplays together, and always share a laugh… since we both have a wicked sense of humor. She is currently a host of BuzzScene on Buzzine.com. You’ve probably seen her in such films as Candy Stripers, Boo!, The Terminal and the upcoming Project 15.
Nicole’s graced the pages of Playboy, Femme Fatale and Fangoria. Her star is on the rise and I can’t think of a more deserving person.
Christa Campbell made her mark as portraying a young Bettie Page in “E! True Hollywood Story” (1996). Christa’s far-ranging roles in include the movie Day of the Dead (2008) and the action-thriller Hero Wanted (2008) with Cuba Gooding Jr. also Lonely Hearts (2006), co-starring with John Travolta, James Gandolfini and Salma Hayek, and shares the screen with Nicolas Cage in The Wicker Man (2006).
Check out Christa’s Myspace page
Uber-talented and ridiculously genuine, Chris Dobler. The actor and web-designer was one of the first people I made friends with when I headed to LA. He’s been on 90210 and in the film Race to Witch Mountain. He has amazing comedic timing and is always a joy to be around.
Let me tell you from personal experience, if you’re friends with this guy, he gives great birthday gifts!
Jones rose to fame on the long-running CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, playing Megan Dennison Viscardi from 1997 to 2000 and returned for a visit in 2001. During her time on the soap, she earned two Daytime Emmy nominations for the role.
She currently plays Dr. Bridget Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful and has done so since January 2005. The character was born on screen in the early 1990s, but the adult version of the character was originated by Agnes Bruckner and later played by Jennifer Finnigan and Emily Harrison. Jones also appeared as Daphne on the second season of HBO’s True Blood.
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