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Bragman/Nyman/Cafarelli, the publicity firm that represents stars such as Jessica Alba, Cameron Diaz, and Goldie Hawn has moved. Here's their new contact information: Bragman/Nyman/Cafarelli Pacific Design Center 8687 Melrose Ave. Fl. 8 Los Angeles, CA 90069 (310) 854-4800.
EXCELSIOR ! THE AMAZING LIFE OF STAN LEE By Stan Lee and George Mair. Meet the man behind Spider-Man, plus many other of America's most beloved comicbook heroes and heroines in Excelsior! The year 2002 marks Lee's sixty-second year in the comicbook business and what better way to celebrate than with Spider-Man, the movie! On May 3, 2002, Columbia Pictures will release the long-awaited picture, based on the world's top-selling comicbook, starring Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst and directed by Sam Raimi. And now, just in time for the film's release comes Excelsior!, the life story of the man who put the human in superhuman! The leading creative force behind the rise of Marvel Comics, Stan Lee brought to life some of the world's best-known heroes and infamous villains, such as Spider-Man, The Incredible Hulk, The Fantastic Four, The X Men, plus many others. In Excelsior!, journey into Stan's creative mind and discover how he rose to the top of the comicbook industry. ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Stan Lee is the former head writer, publisher, and chairman of Marvel Comics, where he now holds the title of chairman emeritus. He is currently the chairman and chief creative officer of POW! Entertainment, where he creates movies and TV series. George Mair, who collaborated on the tale with insights into Lee's role as a cultural icon, has written 35 books including celebrity biographies of Oprah, Bette, Rosie, Liza, The Judds, Barry Diller, TV's Richard Karn and NASCAR champion, Jeff Gordon. (CONTACT: Trina Sisselman: 212-698-1296 Trina.Sisselman@simonandschuster.com
Actor Nick Mancuso (Stingray, Under Siege 2, etc.) is available for interviews, call his agent Marc Kruskol at WEISSMAN/DELSON COMMUNICATIONS at 818.760.8995.
Jessica Steen (Armageddon, Trial and Error, Murder One, Wiseguy, etc.) is available for interviews call her agent Marc Kruskol at WEISSMAN/DELSON COMMUNICATIONS at 818.760.8995.
Irene Turner is the director and producer of the new feature film ''The Girls' Room,'' called a ''terrific discovery'' by the Los Angeles Times. Starring Soleil Moon Frye (''Punky Brewster'') and Wil Wheaton (''Stand by Me'' and ''Star Trek: Next Generation'), the film deals with the struggles of women learning how to make difficult choices as they come of age in a North Carolina university. Previously, Irene produced ''Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss'' which was in competition at the Sundance Film Festival in 1998 and was released to great acclaim by Trimark Pictures. She has a strong interest in sharing the joys and perils of independent filmmaking from a woman's perspective. She is available for interviews on short notice. (Contact Telephone: (323) 225-5449)
Martial arts star Paul Mormando will return to the big screen in the film " OVER THE EDGE" where he will play the lead role of Dylan . This marks Mormando's return to the screen in over two years. You can contact him at (718) 677-9704.
Ed Alonzo, Ed played the character Max the owner of the diner on situation Save By The Bell for the first two seasons and is still seen regularly in syndication. Ed was the dinner owner who did some accessional magic tricks and gags in the high school after school hangout. Ed has also made guest starring appearances on Murphy Brown, Full House and has a Michelobe Lite commercial currently running. For information call Management acts, personal manager Barry McComb 818/784-2166 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Monica Lewinski is selling her handbags over the internet. Talk to her media rep at: (212)802-8290.
Debbie Rochon is the star of over 40 B-movies and has many great stories to go along with them! Her contact number is 212 841-5525.
Robert Mankoff, cartoonist and Cartoon Editor of The New Yorker, is available for interview. Mankoff is the man responsible for some of the famed magazine's funniest, most insightful cartoons. (To set up an interview contact Susannah Greenberg 212-727-7271)
The election debacle has reached a new level. Dr. Elmo is a Marin County veterinarian responsible for the 1979 Christmas tune "Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer." Now, Dr. Elmo has reworked the lyrics. The new election version of the Grandma song is not for sale. It is only available for free download at www.drelmo.com, along with other selections from his new CD "Up Your Chimney." Dr. Elmo is a real life Novato, California veterinarian, accomplished runner, and character actor. Dr. Elmo can be reached for interviews at 415-897-7797 (ask for Nancy, Sue, Carol, or Pam). In addition to the new Grandma tune, Dr. Elmo has a new album out with other Christmas songs called "Up Your Chimney" including songs like "Texas Chainsaw Christmas," "Reindeer Rap," and "Uncle Johnny's Glass Eye."
Tommy Chong of Cheech and Chong filmed a guest appearance on Fox's That 70's Show to air during the new season. Chong Etc. comedy CD has been released with favorite characters as Blind Mellon Chitlin, Hairy Palms, Ashley Roachclip and new characters as Dr. Guru. The CD features Shelby Chong and Paris Chong. Tommy Chong is currently on a comedy tour and in some locations co-headlining with Pauly Shore. Shelby is remembered as the French Fifi in Things Are Tough All Over and the blonde body builder in Nice Dreams, she has taken over playing a comedy duo as Chong and Chong, a stand up couple. (For interviews fax a request to Brandie Knight at 407-888-3497.)
June Lockhart has been involved with some of America's well known programs such as; Lost in Space, Lassie, and much more. Recently a new book published by Joel Eisner and Barry Magen (Lost in Space Forever) follows the characters of Lost in Space and each episode they appeared in. A great trip down memory lane for Lost in Space fans. (For interviews with June Lockhart contact: Pat Newby at 310-858-3847.)
"MONICA'S STORY" IS NOW OUT IN PAPERBACK. IT INCLUDES A NEW AFTERWORD FROM AUTHOR ANDREW MORTON....WHICH DISCUSSES HOW FORMER WHITE HOUSE INTERN MONICA LEWINSKY HAS HANDLED THE MEDIA AND HER PERSONAL LIFE AFTER BREAKING HER SILENCE ABOUT HER AFFAIR WITH PRESIDENT CLINTON. DO WE REALLY NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE MARRIAGE PROPOSALS LEWINSKY HAS GOTTEN IN RECENT MONTHS? (JOCKS, CONTACT KATIE TAYLOR OF ST. MARTIN'S PRESS AT 212-674-5151, EXT. 700.)
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