Missy Robertson continually sets a prime example of humility and consistent faith in her public and personal life. We first came to know Missy and the important role she plays in the Robertson family in their family reality show, Duck Dynasty. Duck Dynasty broke several ratings records on A&E and on cable television during their successful run that finished in 2017. Despite the increased publicity on her family, company and personal life, she has managed to become a strong voice for morality and virtue both locally and globally. Missy now spends a large amount of her time volunteering to give back to her community. She is heavily involved in missionary work, both domestically and internationally. In October 2015, she authored a book entitled, “Blessed, Blessed...Blessed“ chronicling her family’s journey of raising a child born with a cleft lip and palate. In early 2014, she co-authored The Women of Duck Commander with Miss Kay, and her sisters-in-law, in which they shared never-before-told stories about the Robertson family. In April 2016 Missy launched a new jewelry line, Laminin by Missy Robertson, providing jobs for women in the West Monroe area who are in need of work. This serves as a ministry to women coming out of hard situations and in need of assistance of finding a way to break into the workforce coming out of sex trafficking, homelessness, and struggling single mothers. Say it Forward with Missy Robertson.
Jun 4, 2020
Mike Agovino is a leader and pioneer in all forms of audio entertainment. He has spent two decades operating at the front lines of media’s digital and social reinvention. His career spans both coasts – he served as President of Katz Radio, launched Clear Channel’s Radio Sales Group for over 1350 Clear Channel owned stations, he co-founded Triton Digital which became the leading digital service provider to the radio industry and served as Executive Vice Chairman at PodcastOne. In 2016, Mike launched Workhouse Connect, a self-described “influencer marketing company” in partnership with Workhouse Media and Workhouse Creative who guide podcasters in the saturated podcast space to build both audience and revenue. Say it Forward with Mike Agovino.
May 27, 2020
1 hr 4 min
Robin Schiff is a veteran comedy writer/producer who developed the characters Romy and Michele of the hit film she wrote called, ROMY AND MICHELE’S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION. She created and produced the sitcom, ALMOST PERFECT and was a writer for the comedy series, GROSS POINTE. She was a member of the improv comedy troupe, THE GROUNDLINGS with Pee Wee Herman and Phil Hartman and executive produced the multi-generational, relationship comedy series, SWIPE RIGHT for Youtube RED. Say it Forward with Robin Schiff.
Apr 13, 2020
Amy Rosenberg‘s life story isn’t like the others in our series because her career is just beginning. But the reason we chose to interview her is that she grew up knowing some of the top legendary Rock n' Rollers to ever to hit the music scene because her dad is one of the partners in a music management company in London. As a result she’s met people like Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend of the Who, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin as well as the likes of Ron Wood, David Beckham, the Spice Girls, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran to name a few. Back being backstage at rock concerts since she was a young girl has given her an interesting perspective on the lives of celebrity rock stars. Say it forward with Amy Rosenberg.
Mar 28, 2020
Jean Smart is a versatile character actress who has worked on stage and screen but found the bulk of her success on television. After college graduation, she performed in regional theater and made her Broadway debut in the play “Piaf” portraying the legendary actress Marlene Dietrich. That show jumpstarted her career by leading to the role of Charlene Frazier on the hit sitcom, Designing Women. Smart left that series to try her luck in movies. To avoid being typecast as a comedy actress she took the role of serial killer Aileen Wornos in the deadly biopic, “Overkill”. She’s won three Emmy Awards and has been nominated for, and won many SAG, Critics Choice and Tony Awards. In addition to playing the president's emotionally unstable wife on the hit TV series, 24, she’s appeared in diverse roles on series and movies such as Fargo, Frasier, Harry’s Law, Sweet Home Alabama, The Accountant, Bringing Down the House and Watchmen. Say It Forward with Jean Smart.
Mar 22, 2020
Kim Anenberg Cavallo is the founder and CEO of lilspace - a digital wellness company that will inspire you to unplug and spend more time with real live people doing real-life things enhancing relationships in the digital age. With 25 years experience in event planning, connecting people to causes and raising money for Not For Profit organizations, Kim began to focus on what would motivate us to put away our phones and practice being present more often. The lilspace app encourages this so people can earn rewards, support causes they care about and focus on what matters most in life. She's dedicated the past 20 years of her life to connecting people to movements that she’s passionate about and that make a difference. She’s co-founder of The Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival successfully operating in LA for more than 12 years. Additionally, she co-founded an experiential education program where high school and college students develop relationships with Holocaust survivors through storytelling while baking bread.
Mar 12, 2020
Producer and former actor Jeffrey Kramer made his first acting appearance on the TV series Barney Miller, but achieved notoriety playing Deputy Jeff Hendricks in the Oscar-winning horror/thriller smash hit movie, JAWS, and then reprised the role in the hit sequel, JAWS 2. He’s appeared in the Joe Dante cult classic, HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD, the horror film, HALLOWEEN II, and the ensemble, black comedy, mystery film, CLUE. He’s appeared in TV shows such as LAVERNE AND SHIRLEY, THE MARY TYLER MOORE HOUR, CHICO AND THE MAN, M*A*S*H, and HAPPY DAYS. As an Executive Producer he’s won three Emmy Awards, three Golden Globes, the Producer's Guild - Producer of the Year Award, two Peabody Awards and The Silver Gavel Award. In his charitable work he co-founded the Tourette Syndrome Association’s “Champion of Children Dinner”and serves on the National Board of the Tourette Syndrome Alliance. Say it forward with Jeffrey Kramer.
Mar 5, 2020
Pamela Gonyea is one of Hollywood's secret power players. As the Maitre'D and Manager of "The Grill on the Alley" restaurant in Beverly Hills she wields her influence from the front of a restaurant. And not just any restaurant - for entertainment industry people and top business elite in LA, this place is among a handful of restaurants where the biggest deals go down. You've heard the term "Power Lunch", well, The Grill practically invented it. Pamela runs the place and reservations aren't that easy to come by unless, of course, Pamela knows your name. Say it Forward with Pamela Gonyea.
Feb 25, 2020
David Landsberg was one of those rare comedic minds who worked as an actor, screenwriter and producer. Sadly, he has passed away since his interview was recorded but don’t let that stop you from enjoying the life story of this supremely talented comedy mind. He appeared opposite Don Rickles in the comedy TV series CPO Sharkey and wrote and produced episodes of the CBS sitcom, Cosby! He also wrote and/or produced episodes of Blossom, Star Trek:The Next Generation, Herman's Head, Fantasy Island, The New Love Boat, The John Larroquette Show and co-created a 1994 sitcom called Daddy's Girls, starring Dudley Moore, Harvey Fierstein and Keri Russell. On the big screen, he was seen in Coming Attraction with Bill Murray, Love at First Bite starring George Hamilton, Skatetown, U.S.A. with Patrick Swayze, The Jerk with Steve Martin and Shoot the Moon starring Albert Finney and Diane Keaton. He and Lorin Dreyfuss, older brother of Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss, co-wrote and co-starred in the hilarious comedy, Detective School Dropouts. Say it Forward with the late David Landsberg.
Feb 19, 2020
Bruce Charet is an entertainment industry veteran who started his career in New York working for George Scheck, manager of icons Bobby Darin and Connie Francis. Bruce later went on to manage legendary actor and comedian Alan King who remained an important part of his life. Bruce’s accomplished career includes TV agent, comedy development executive, TV producer and Talent Relations executive. He’s VP and Entertainment Historian at the Friar’s Club in New York City. He shares his early love of show business and the legends that have crossed his path along with some interesting and funny stories that happened along the way. Say It Forward with Bruce Charet.
Feb 11, 2020