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Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Dee Wallace and John Fusco: Next on TVC
Actress and author Dee Wallace and screenwriter/novelist John Fusco will join us on the next edition of TV CONFIDENTIAL, airing Sept. 17-22 at the following times and stations:
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The legendary “scream queen” whose work in horror movies includes starring roles in Cujo,The Howling,The Frighteners and Critters, Dee Wallace’s acting career also includes appearances in such classic TV shows as The Streets of San Francisco, Lou Grant, and CHiPs, and a recurring role earlier this year on NBC’s Grimm. Perhaps best known as Mary in E.T.: The Extraterrestrial, the blockbuster film directed by Steven Spielberg, Dee will also be appearing in The Whispers, the new ABC-TV series produced by Steven Spielberg that will premiere this fall.
Also joining us this week will be award-winning screenwriter and novelist John Fusco. John has written ten motion pictures, including Young Guns,Thunderheart, Hidalgo, The Forbidden Kingdom and the Oscar-nominated Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, plus he is the creator, writer and executive producer of the forthcoming Netflix original series Marco Polo, which is set to premiere later in 2014.
John is also the author of Dog Beach, a fast-paced crime novel set in the world of Hollywood that is equal parts Elmore Leonard, Guy Ritchie and John Woo. John Fusco will join us during our first hour.
For our listeners on the East Coast, John Fusco will be appearing at the Bryant Library in Roslyn, NY on Wednesday, Sept. 17, beginning at 7:30pm. He’ll also be at the Barnes and Noble in South Burlington, VT on Saturday, Sept. 27, beginning at 2pm, and the NYU Bookstore in New York City on Wednesday, Oct. 8, beginning at 6pm.