Hollywood, CA – (July 21, 2018) – On Monday, July 23, 2018, TV show “The Actor’s Choice” will broadcast it’s 100th episode from Universal Broadcasting Network, Sunset-Gower Studios, Hollywood, California. The program is hosted, written, and produced by Ron Brewington and is broadcast around the world every Monday morning starting at 11 a.m. PST
“The Actor’s Choice” has aired since December 2015. The program is a television entertainment talk show, which centers on actors and actresses, as well as directors, producers, publicists, stage managers and other theatrical performers.
“Hosting and producing this program is a gigantic joy for me,” says Brewington. “I get a chance to meet the persons who give us the tremendous entertainment that we see on television, film, and stage. There’s nothing like it!”
Past guests have included: Michael Ajakwe, Jr.; Obba Babatunde; Robert Hooks; Charles Floyd Johnson; George Pennacchio; Dan Thiel; Richard Gant; LaRita Shelby; April Sutton; Pepper Jay; Hawthorne Jones; Antwone Fisher; Jo-Ann Geffen; Charles Burnett; Lucas Sanders; Harry Gill; Willie Tyler & Lester; Jasmin Espada; John Wesley; John Freeland, Jr.; Ted Lange; Lee Bailey; Richard Epcar; Rolonda Watts; Bill Duke; Marlon Franklin; Ellyn Stern; Mauricio Mendoza; J.D. Hall; Ernest L. Thomas; Jeff Manabat; Marla Gibbs; Ernest Harden, Jr.; John Ruskin; Don B. Welch; Scherrie Payne; Dawnn Lewis; Bruno G. Campos; William Allen Young, Dennis Rowe; Stogie Kenyatta; Ursaline Bryant, Tammi Mac; Tanya Kersey; Kosmond Russell; Vincent Terrell Durham; Rondrell McCormick; Roland Bynum and many, many others.
Brewington‘s guest on this 100th show is Lisa Ruffin – Actress, Multi-talented performer and choreographer. Her acting credits include, “Him and Us”,”Seth”, “The Raven”, and her very memorable role as “Deena” on the long-running soap “All My Children”. Lisa has made appearances on The David Letterman Show and Saturday Night Live and has graced the covers and interiors of respected magazines such as Essence, Ebony and Black Enterprise. She had numerous commercials, including her “Secret” commercial, directed by award-winning director, Jessica Yu. Lisa has been a national judge& Choreographer for the NAACP’s ACT-SO competition. Ruffin’s most recent performing credits include “Their Eyes Were Watching God”, “The BET Awards” – performing with Stevie Wonder.
Ruffin created a non-profit, educational program called Little Miss African American Scholarship Pageant, for young girls 6-12 years. They are celebrating their 25th year of teaching how to create beauty and be Presidents of everything.
Brewington was a host and producer of ActorsE Chat, a daily international television talk show for nearly 3 years. The program was seen by more than 6-million persons worldwide via internet and cable and has aired since 2009 with over 1,400 guests. ActorsE Chat features live interview conversations with persons in the entertainment industry. He was also a host and producer of Actors Reporter, a monthly international television talk show.
The former New York City resident also covered the entertainment scene, reporting from events such as the Academy Awards, Grammy Awards, Soul Train Music Awards, American Music Awards, Emmy Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Golden Globe Awards, NAACP Image Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, BET Awards, and others.
Brewington has also worked as an Anchor/Correspondent for KJLH-FM, Los Angeles; Correspondent for KGFJ-AM, Los Angeles; Anchor/Reporter for KLON-FM, Long Beach, and several other radio stations around the country, including KKFX-AM, Seattle, Washington; KEXX-FM, Corpus Christi, Texas, and KEYS-AM, Corpus Christi, Texas, and was a television news reporter at KRIS-TV, Corpus Christi, Texas.
As the result of a worldwide campaign, Brewington was instrumental in getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for the late Motown Records singer Marvin Gaye. He was also responsible for getting stars for The Miracles, legendary songwriters Holland-Dozier-Holland and recently the selection of renown singer Jackie Wilson. He was also instrumental in getting Isaac Hayes and the Funk Brothers inducted onto Hollywood’s RockWalk, and was named an “honorary Funk Brother.”
He is a retiree of the U.S. Navy, where he served as Station Manager and News Director at Navy Broadcasting Service Detachments (Armed Forces Radio and Television Service affiliates) at Adak, Alaska; Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory; and the USS New Jersey (BB-62). He also served at other locations around the world, including his final assignment at the Long Beach, CA Naval Station as the Public Affairs Officer,
Brewington was inducted into the Broadcasters Hall of Fame (Class of 2007) in Akron, Ohio, on November 4, 2007, along with his twin brother and fellow broadcaster, Rudolph Brewington.
To see “The Actor’s Choice” live, visit: https://www.facebook.com/ron.brewington.98. at 11:00 a.m. PST every Monday.
Also making the show possible are Rudolph Brewington, Executive Producer; A. J. Adelman, Co-Producer; Jarvis Essex, Producer and Engineer and Tony Sweet, UBN CEO.
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