Producer & Host of Movie Reviews and More / The Women's Broadcast Television Network / LATalk Radio and coming soon to iHeartRADIO
Originally from East Lyne, CT. Brian started in June 1984 at a small radio station in Hartford, CT, WPOP News Radio 14. He was a desk assistant for news editor John Wilks, where he conducted brief phone interviews and established contacts every day. From there, Brian made his way to KISS FM in Hartford, CT where he worked mornings with Jeremy Savage.
Brian moved to Westwood, CA in January 1987, working at Power 106 doing promotions. It wasn’t until 1991 where he jumped over to the WAVE 94.7, LA’s new age station, that later would capture listeners with their new style no-commercials radio. That same year Brian started doing voice overs under the coaching of Lou Hunt and Dave Sebastian Williams.
In 1993 Brian teamed up with the great late Bill Margold on a public access show. With a new friend and co-host, they were able to cover the latest movies and create their very own niche, calling it “Movie Reviews and More”.
In 2016, Brian watched 2,097 feature films and television shows, and in 2017 = 2,012. Overall, he has watched over 15,000+ films and TV shows since 1991 and interviewed 45,000+ celebrities since 1983.
Brian is a contributor for LATalk Radio, KABC Talk Radio, CNN, STARZ Network, Dish TV, CBS, BET, LOADmedia, LA.com, Zap2it.com, AdrenalineRadio.com, and TRIBUNE Entertainment. He is also chief correspondent and TV/Radio host for Hollywood Film Festival / Apple Channel.
Personal: One of my passions is Drum & Bugle Corps. The connection I feel to the Drum & Bugle Corps translates into the enthusiasm I have for life. I am very involved in my community. It is also important to me to support the veterans coming home to empower them. I refuse to be put in a box. In fact, I'm hovering above the box. I do what I say and say what I'm going to do. They laugh at me because I'm different, I laugh at them because there all the same.