WHERE TO WATCH
Helping Others 'Love Life'
June 22, 2018
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Brian Falduto, LGBTQ advocate and founder of the 'Love Life' life coaching service, discusses why he felt the need to help others understand who they are, and love themselves.
Cheddar Awards: Jeff Bezos Is 2018's Biggest Flirt
Oct 31, 2017
Albert Tsai on Growing Up in Hollywood
At the ripe age of 13, Albert Tsai has already been acting in TV comedies for years. These days, he's playing a lead role in the CBS comedy “9JKL.” He sits down with Alyssa Julya Smith in Los Angeles to talk about playing Ian, a smart and outspoken kid who hangs out with the doorman in his apartment building. He talks about growing up in Hollywood, and his love of acting. Albert also teaches Alyssa a thing or two about comedic timing. Then, he proves he’s a master at trivia by answering some tough Halloween questions, and getting all the right answers.
Nov 7, 2017
Australian actor Alex Russell Talks Research for American Role
Actor Alex Russell made his way to Hollywood from Australia, where he was a staple on the film festival scene. He went on to star in the science fiction thriller, “Chronicle,” which grossed over $100 million worldwide and jump-started his Hollywood career. Alex is now making his TV debut in CBS's "S.W.A.T." He plays Jim Street, a new transfer to the LAPD. Alex tells Alyssa Julya Smith why Jim is a fun character to play, and how much research he put into his character. Being from Australia, Alex had to learn all about S.W.A.T and the LAPD, especially since his showrunners demand absolute accuracy with the show. He also talks about playing real-life character in his upcoming films “Jungle” with Daniel Radcliffe and “Only the Brave,” with Josh Brolin. He explains that playing a real character gives him a sense of pride, because he feels like he is doing telling a story that matters. “S.W.A.T” airs on CBS on Thursday nights.
Sep 22, 2017
How to "Claim Your Power"
Mastin Kipp, the creator of functional life coaching, is out with a new book called "Claim Your Power." Kipp outlines his 40-day plan to thrive in your life, and achieve rapid behavioral change. The author also shares what he's learned from his biggest influence, Tony Robbins.