Here is our candid conversation about her experience on The Apprentice, losing both her parents to AIDS growing up in Canada, overcoming adversity by turning fear into fire, and what inspires her today.
Out Impact‘s Research Coordinator, Shannon Smith, Janeane Garofalo, and me (R) after our interview with Janeane Garofalo (Janeane Garofalo: Her Gay Fan Base, Advancement in Gay Rights and Activism) at Comix in New York City
I interviewed the very talented and out comedienne Bridget McManus in preparation for her much anticipated appearance in Durham, North Carolina at Club Steel Blue. Bridget discussed with us some of her favorite interviews on her series, Brunch with Bridget, what Baby Bridget means to her, lesbian cruises and what the can’t miss sport of the Olympics is!
I spoke with the lovely and very funny Sara Quin from the musical duo, Tegan and Sara, to chat about her International tour, their music video, “Call It Off”, the importance of being visible in the gay community, the non-profits she supports and more.
I spoke to out designer Eddie Ross regarding his latest design tips, the importance of DIY (Do It Yourself), what projects he’s working on, what his experience was like on Top Design and with Martha Stewart and more.
I spoke with the charming and gorgeous actor Jeremy Ray Valdez, one of the stars in the new film, La Mission. La Mission focuses on the life and conflicts of a Latino family in the San Francisco Mission district. Valdez has had recurring roles on television shows including ER, Veronica Mars, and guest starring roles on 24, CSI: NY, JAG, The Shield, CSI: Miami, Without a Trace, That’s So Raven, Boston Public and more.
I spoke with charming and beautiful Eden Riegel, most known for her legendary role as Bianca Montgomery, daughter of Erica Kane who happens to be a lesbian, on the popular daytime soap, All My Children. Riegel discussed her new and growingly popular webisode series, Imaginary Bitches. Riegel also the personal impact playing Bianca made on her fans and more.
The talented and handsome Adamo Ruggiero came out in 2008 as a openly gay actor to Canadian press and is a popular star on the highest rated show on The N Network in the United States called Degrassi: The Next Generation. Ruggiero is best known for playing Marco, a long-time openly gay character on the show and Ruggiero spoke with me about his coming out experience,Degrassi and his activism work, as he prepared for PRIDE in Toronto.
I spoke with with popular comedienne/actress/activist Janeane Garofalo, prior to her sold-out stand-up performance at Comix in New York’s Greenwich Village, for a candid and in-depth interview about her radio, TV and film career including her work on 24, her activism work, her gay fan base, and more.