MariluShow is Now Off the Air

Thank you to all of the loyal and casual listeners to Marilu’s radio show. This was wonderful team effort that produced great content that will live on forever and has helped many people achieve their dreams. It was great to share a few hours with everyone on a regular basis and hope to do so again from time to time in the future. Marilu is now moving on to new projects and all of the updates will be available here, at Marilu.com, so don’t forget to subscribe and check back often!

If you have not done so already, please take time to read Marilu’s newest best selling book, Changing Normal: How I Helped My Husband Beat Cancer

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Thank you so much for sticking with us and Marilu!

The Marilu Henner Show – May 6th 2016

Four-time Oscar nominated actress Marsha Mason stops by to share stories of her incredible career and offer invaluable acting advice, and to tell us about her line of natural products called Resting in the River. Lisa Joyner and Chris Jacobs, host of TLC’s Long Lost Family join us to talk about the joy of reuniting adopted individuals with their biological family members, and their special connection to show, having both been adopted themselves. Finally, Dr. Robert Huzienga discusses his famous clients such as OJ Simpson and how concussions may have figured into his defense 20 years ago, Charlie Sheen and HIV awareness, and the work he does for contestants on The Biggest Loser.

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The Marilu Henner Show – April 29th 2016

Marilu talks with Jillian Rose Reed and Beau Mirchoff about the 5th and final season of their hit MTV show “Awkward“, as well as their new individual projects. Financial coach Chris Hogan stops by with tips to help improve your wealth, and to discuss his new book, “Retire Inspired“. Also, metaphysician and astrologer Sloan Bella joins us to talk about connecting with those who have passed on, and shares what’s in store for Marilu’s career this year.

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The Marilu Henner Show – April 22nd 2016

Actor Jay R. Ferguson joins us to talk about his new hit show on ABC, “The Real O’Neals” and how it’s pushing the envelope of network television. Marilu and Jay also reminisce about working together on “Evening Shade” playing mother and son. Top 40 recording artist Lizzie Sider stops by to talk about her non-profit organization, “Nobody Has The Power To Ruin Your Day” and her work as an anti-bullying advocate. Finally, Michael Damian gives us a behind-the-scenes look at his new film, “High Strung“, which is available for pre-order now on iTunes.

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The Marilu Henner Show – April 15th 2016

Marilu speaks with actor Richard Schiff ​and​ his wife Sheila Kelley, Founder of the S Factor. Richard and Sheila talk about how they met and have stayed together for 26 years, as well as Richard’s ​standout ​roles on shows like ​”​The West Wing”​ and ​DirecTV‘s “Rogue​”.​ Donovan Green, celebrity fitness trainer and author of “No Excuses Fitness” joins us to talk about his new Chair Workouts app, designed to keep you fit by doing ​short, ​60-second workouts. And ​”​Happy Days”​ alum Anson Williams stops by to talk about the iconic sitcom, how he scored the role of​​ Potsie, and his latest project, “The Perfect Portion Cookbook“.

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The Marilu Henner Show – April 8th 2016

Marilu speaks with Captains Wild Bill Wichrowski and Keith Colburn about the new season of Discovery’s Emmy-winning show, “Deadliest Catch“, and what life at sea is really like. Talented author Patti Davis stops by to talk about her new novel, “The Earth Breaks in Colors“. She also shares how she felt when her father, Ronald Reagan, moved into the White House. Finally, David Michaels, Senior Vice President of National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS), and Executive Producer of the Daytime Emmy Awards, gives us a backstage pass to what goes on behind the scenes of the ceremony, and a preview of​ ​what we might see this year.

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The Marilu Henner Show – April 1st 2016

Marilu speaks with actor turned filmmaker Alex Winter about his Kickstarter campaign to help save Frank Zappa’s legendary archives and make the definitive documentary about his life. Alex also discusses his popular films “Downloaded” and “Deep Web”, available now on iTunes and Hulu. Talented actress and writer Illeana Douglas stops by to share her unique stories of Hollywood, including how “Easy Rider” literally changed her life, why she went to a screening of “The Graduate” to meet Mike Nichols, and her $20,000 mistake on the set of “Goodfellas”. Finally, actor Dale Godboldo joins us to discuss his role in the popular TV show, “The People v. O.J. Simpson“, how cast members really feel about the verdict, and his legacy as the oldest Mouseketeer in Disney history.

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The Marilu Henner Show – Thursday March 31st 2016

Grae Drake9:15AM (PST) – Grae Drake, Senior Editor at Rotten Tomatoes

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@GraeDrake

In 6th grade, when Rotten Tomatoes Senior Editor Grae Drake was arranging movie outings for all her friends, she picked the movie. Through the years studying film at the University of Texas at Austin, being honored by Sundance and the Director’s Guild of America, and working as a filmmaker in Los Angeles, she realized how terrible she was at keeping her opinions to herself. The Popcorn Mafia podcast was born, and led to her becoming CNN’s movie critic. She also has dished the dirt with stars on HLN’s Showbiz Tonight, Fox News, G4’s Attack of the Show, and is a regular at the TV Guide Network and the Reelz Channel. Her passionate thoughts can also be heard on terrestrial radio all over North America. And just to note, she still won’t let other people pick the movies.

Jennifer Williams10:15AM (PST) – Jennifer Williams, TV One’s “The Next 15″

Check out new single​ ​called​ ​”No Bricks“​.​ ​Also check The Next 15, show that just wrapped it’s first season on TV One
@iamjennifer
@tvonetv
#thenext15

Jennifer Williams was raised in South Orange, NJ, an upscale suburb just outside of New York city. Jennifer attended the university of Maryland and Fairleigh Dickerson university and graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in political science. After graduating, Jennifer married NBA star, Eric Williams, and became a basketball wife.

Growing up Jennifer always dreamed of traveling the world and being an entrepreneur. Jennifer obtained her real estate license in 2005 and sold high-end property in New Jersey for several
Years. Jennifer is a principal owner of Flirty Girl Fitness, an upscale women’s studio with locations in Toronto and Chicago. Feeling the need to give back, Jennifer also co-founded project Save the World. This charity supports many different causes such as breast cancer, youth violence and most recently the devastating effects of the earthquake in Haiti. The goal of project Save the World is to save the world one mission at a time.
On the celebrity front, Jennifer was on four seasons of VH1’s “Basketball Wives”. The series offers viewers a behind-the-scenes look at the glamorous life of being the wife of a former NBA star, and at the same time the challenges that go along with it. Since airing in 2010, “Basketball Wives” has been one of the highest rated programs on VH1. Her love for the camera has propelled Jennifer into pursing acting and hosting as well. Jennifer is currently one of the co-hosts on “Just Saying” Fridays at 7 pm est on Black Hollywood Live. On the acting front, Jennifer has studied with Tracey Moore, Marishka Phillips and presently Tasha Smith. She recently appeared in “Forty to Life” with Leon Robinson and “The Choir Director” written by NY Times bestseller, Carl Weber. Jennifer will also appear in the much anticipated feature film, “Supermodel”, about the struggles of minorities in the fashion industry which premieres at the American Black Film Festival in June 2015. She has taken on theatre as well appearing in the stage play, “The Other Side of The Pillow” written by Zane who is a NY Times bestseller also. Next up for Jennifer is a new reality series on TVOne, titled “The Next 15” executive produced by Carlos King.

Jennifer is recently divorced from NBA star, Eric Williams. But despite the personal setback, Jennifer is looking forward to a bright future in her business endeavors and career path.

Alex Winter11:00AM (PST) – Alex Winter, filmmaker

Check out Kickstarter campaign – Who the F*@% Is Frank Zappa. The campaign runs through April 8th
@alxwinter
@ZappaMovie
www.zappamovie.com

Alex Winter entered show business as a child actor on Broadway and came to prominence in movies such as Warner Bros’ hit THE LOST BOYS and the wildly popular BILL AND TED franchise. Winter has directed narrative features FREAKED for 20th Century Fox; FEVER, for Lionsgate, which screened at Cannes; and SMOSH: THE MOVIE, which opened in 2015 as the #1 comedy on iTunes. Winter is the recipient of the Charles Guggenheim award for his directing work. Winter’s VH1 Rock Doc DOWNLOADED earned nationwide critical acclaim at theatrical and festival screenings. His recent award-winning documentary DEEP WEB had a critically acclaimed world premiere at SXSW and a broadcast premiere in the U.S. on the Epix network. In September, 2015, it opened as the #1 doc on iTunes.

The Marilu Henner Show – Wednesday March 30th 2016

Amy Cuddy

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10:15AM (PST) – Amy Cuddy, Harvard Professor and author of the book, “Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges”

@amyjccuddy
AmyCuddy.com
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Presence

Amy Cuddy is a social psychologist and professor at Harvard Business School. She studies how our body language speaks not just to others, but also to ourselves. Specifically, her research focuses on how adopting powerful, expanse postures (imagine Wonder Woman) helps us to be more present in high-pressure situations, changing our thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and physiology, and impacting how well – or poorly — we perform in job interviews, difficult conversations, public speeches, etc. Her TED Talk on this topic is the second-most-viewed of all time, at over 31 million views. She was one of Time Magazine’s 2012 “Game Changers”, Business Insider’s 2013 “50 Women Who Are Changing The World”, and in 2014 was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. She teaches courses at Harvard on power, influence, and communication. Her book, PRESENCE was released by Little, Brown in December, 2015.

Shelly Peiken10:30AM (PST) – Shelly Peiken, Grammy Award nominee and author of the new book, “Confessions of a Serial Songwriter”

@Shelly_Peiken
www.ShellyPeiken.com
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Confessions of a Serial Songwriter

Shelly Peiken is a Grammy-nominated songwriter. She has been a prolific, behind-the-scenes force in the music business for more than two decades. Her songs have sold in excess of 50 million records. She is best known for penning culturally resonant anthems, including Christina Aguilera’s “What a Girl Wants”, Meredith Brooks’s “Bitch”, and songs recorded by Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Natalie Cole, the Pretenders, Keith Urban, Cher, the Backstreet Boys, and many others. She lives in Los Angeles.

High Strung11:30AM (PST) – Michael & Janeen Damian, filmmakers, “High Strung”

High Strung is in theaters April 8th
@HighStrungMovie
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High Strung Official US Trailer

Ruby Adams (Keenan Kampa) is a dancer from the Midwest with a scholarship to one of New York’s toughest performing arts schools. Johnnie Blackwell (Nicholas Galitzine) is an aspiring British musician, playing for money on subway platforms. Ruby’s world is classical and disciplined; Johnnie’s is improvisational and street smart. When these two young artists are thrown together, they immediately clash, but neither can deny the sparks that fly between, or their shared ambition of trying to make it in the most competitive city in the world. When Ruby’s scholarship is threatened, and Johnnie suddenly faces deportation, they join forces and enter a contest where winning—or losing– could change their lives forever. With the help of a dynamic dance crew called The SwitchSteps, they prepare to perform in a competition that unites their disparate worlds, and climaxes in an action-packed extravaganza that thrillingly combines hard hitting hip-hop with contemporary and classical dance.

Michael Damian
@michaeldamian1

As a filmmaker, Michael Damian has just completed the dance film “High Strung”, which he directed/wrote/produced. He also served as writer/director on the holiday romantic comedy, “A Princess for Christmas”, which starred Sir Roger Moore and Sam Heughan (Outlander) and was released by Lionsgate. Damian directed three films for 20th Century Fox: “Flicka 2″ starring Clint Black, “Marley & Me: The Puppy Years” (which he also wrote), and “Flicka: Country Pride”. He directed, wrote and produced the feature film “Moondance Alexander”, which was also released by 20thCentury Fox. Prior to his recent work, Damian co-wrote, directed and produced the indie crime comedy, “Hot Tamale”, and television pilot “Red Eye” for France’s TF1 network.

Damian has enjoyed a prolific on-camera career and is most widely known for his 18-year run as Danny Romalotti on the number one-rated daytime television drama, “The Young and the Restless”. On the stage front, Damian starred as “Joseph” in the popular Broadway production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice musical, “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”, which broke box office records in both Los Angeles and on Broadway and earned Damian a Grammy nomination. In addition to his Broadway career, Damian has released five albums and has had eight Top 40 hits including the number one single “Rock On”, which earned him gold records worldwide. Damian won the BMI Song-writing Award for his hit single, “Was It Nothing At All” and also has written and produced soundtracks for “Flicka 2″ and “Flicka: Country Pride”, “Marley & Me: The Puppy Years”, and “A Princess for Christmas”.

Janeen Damian
Janeen Damian began her career as a classical dancer and at the age of 14, landed a scholarship to Balanchine’s School of American Ballet in New York where she studied for five years while also attending Professional Children’s School. She performed as a soloist with the Dallas Metropolitan Ballet and as a principle dancer with Mississippi Ballet Theater. She then moved to Los Angeles where she was the youngest dancer cast as a series regular on the Television series “Solid Gold”. She soon became one of Los Angeles’ most working dancers and performed on numerous TV series, movies, music videos and musical specials including The Academy Awards, Grammys, American Music Awards, Happy Birthday Hollywood, Warner Bros. Celebration, and more. Ms. Damian was also the lead dancer in Prince’s “Batdance” video and danced in Michael Jackson’s 3-D musical film Captain EO, which was directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Some of her other on camera credits include the films; “Bugsy”, directed by Barry Levinson, “Annie”, directed by John Huston, “Footloose”, directed by Herbert Ross, and “Basic Instinct”. Ms. Damian also choreographed the TV series, “Party Machine”, as well as serving as its lead dancer and also played the recurring role of “Tiffany” on CBS’, “Capitol”. Ms. Damian then teamed up with her husband and writing/producing partner Michael Damian. They have written and produced 12 films. Some of her credits include the prequel “Marley & Me: The Puppy Years” for 20th Century Fox and the re-launch of the popular Flicka franchise. She also wrote and produced the holiday romantic comedy, “A Princess for Christmas” starring Sam Heughan (Outlander) and Sir Roger Moore, “Love by Design” (starring Jane Seymour), “Sweeter Side of Life” (starring her father James Best, and Kathryn Morris) and “Moondance Alexander”, for which she won Best Screenplay honors at L.A. Femme Film Festival.