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Actress Grace Phipps chats about The Vampire Diaries. Upon moving to LA, the born-and-raised Texan immediately landed a role in the Fright Night remake, then Amy on the cancelled series The Nine Lives of Chloe King.
Tune in to some great content from today on BlogTalkRadio. *Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.
Today’s Programming Highlights:
At 8:30 PMRundgren Radio’s Doug Ford gets busy with legendary sports commentator Roy Firestone, the former face of ESPN’s SportsLook who now hosts HD Net’s Face to Face. (Roy, in case you’re wondering, is a huge Todd Rundgren fan.)
At 8:30 PMKCGirlfriends BkClub welcomes writer Antwone Fisher, whose 2001 memoir, Finding Fish, was made into a feature film directed by Denzel Washington. Antwone will preview his new book, A Boy Should Know How to Tie a Tie and Other Lessons for Succeeding in Life.
Don’t tell Katerina Graham that The Vampire Diaries is nothing more than a Twlight wannabe.
Unless you wanna bloody earful, that is.
“I think people will really enjoy it because it’s a great show,” Katernia (above) tells us of her hit vamp series.
Interviewed on Stardish Radio, Katerina, who plays Bonnie Bennet on the new CW series—which debuted last month to a record 4.9 million viewers—points out that Diaries was around long before Stephenie Meyer penned her bestselling gothic novels.
“From the beginning, we’ve gotten so many comparisons to Twilight, even though The Vampire Diaries is from a series of books that L.J. Smith wrote in 1991,” she tells host Joann Kubasek.