Season 1, Episode 6
K.J. Hippensteel is an actor currently performing on Broadway in The Book of Mormon.
Born and raised in Marietta, Georgia and with a BFA in Acting from Wright State University, he has previously been seen touring the country in the Broadway musicals Wicked, 9 to 5, and The Wedding Singer. He has performed in regional productions throughout the USA, South America and Asia.
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Named one of Filmmaker Magazine’s ‘25 new faces of independent film 2006′ and Out Magazine’s ’100 OUT 2010′, PJ Raval discovered film and video after working with photography and media installation art. His latest film BEFORE YOU KNOW IT follows three gay seniors as they navigate life and the challenges of being gay in your golden years. The documentary has played at festivals and theaters all over the world. Brian and PJ talk about the film, his inspiration as a filmmaker, and the star of the LGBT community.
PJ’s previous film TRINIDAD is a feature documentary that uncovers Trinidad, Colorado’s transformation from Wild West outpost to “sex change capital of the world” and follows three influential transgender women who may steer the rural ranching town toward becoming the “transsexual mecca”. Called “a must see” by Ellen Huang (GLAAD), TRINIDAD won the Cleveland International Film Festival Documentary Jury Award and currently can been seen on SHOWTIME as well as MTV’s LOGO network.
Season 1, Episode 4
Lorri L. Jean is nationally recognized as one of the most seasoned and effective leaders in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (“LGBT”) civil rights movement. In 2007 and 2008, OUT Magazine listed her as one of the 50 most powerful gay and lesbian people in the nation.
In November, 2006, Los Angeles Magazine named her as one of the 100 most influential people in Los Angeles. Jean currently serves as CEO of the L.A. LGBT Center (formerly L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center), the world’s largest LGBT organization with nearly 400 full time employees and 3,000 volunteers serving over a quarter million people each year.
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Season 1, Episode 3
When Randy Fuhrman began creating parties, there was no such thing as an “event producer” only a caterer. He knew there was more to hosting a fantastic event than simply having a great menu, so he created the total experience for his clients, designing floral arrangements and centerpieces, creating an ambience in the room and presenting food as if it were art. He offered full service event production in a way that had not been offered before. Randy Fuhrman was a true pioneer of event production, and he remains on the cutting edge of event design and gourmet catering today.
THE MARIN SISTERS are from a tight knit Mexican American family. Born and raised in Orange County, CA, this fall they are making their highly anticipated TV debut in a new original Docu-soap titled Tequila Sisters premiering on TVGN this fall. Parents Bill and Lori Marin, who moved to America from Mexico, hold firmly onto their conservative beliefs rooted in “old-world” Hispanic traditions in spite of the girls’ sometimes independent views of their own. Sisters Jen, Lauren, Jackie and Cat are passionate about carving out their own path in life through their individual and collective talents that are showcased both on and off screen in their daily lives.
Season 1, Episode 1
NAACP Image Award recipient and proud product of South Central Los Angeles, T. Faye Griffin has put words into the mouths of Academy Award winners, comedians, politicians and everyday folk alike. From A&E to BET to PBS, she has amassed an impressive list of television credits which include the Emmy Award-winning comedy series In Living Color, The Parent ‘Hood, Steve Harvey’s Big Time, The Grammy Gospel Celebration and NBC’s daily lifestyle magazine program, YourLA.