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Scott Speedman and Brittany Snow Today on BlogTalkRadio

scott-speedmanScott Speedman: The star of the new flick Barney’s Version recalls fibbing his way to fame in Hollywood. “I was pretty ballsy that way. My first job, I hadn’t done any acting before,” he tells Milling About host Robin Milling. “But they needed a basketball player so I said I could play basketball. I never played basketball in my life!”

brittany-snowBrittany Snow: The actress who achieved teen cult status as Donna Keppel in 2008’s re-imagining of the 1980 horror flick Prom Night sits down with Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone to fill us in on her new role opposite Kathy Bates in the NBC drama Harry’s Law.

kevin-brownKevin Brown: The actor who plays Tracy Morgan’s right-hand man, Dot Com, on 30 Rock drops in on Dr. Empowerment Radio host Larthenia Howard to chat about Season 5 of the hit NBC sitcom, which will be going into syndication this year on (where else?) Comedy Central.

wendyrobinsonWendy Raquel Robinson: The actress we loved as Regina Grier on The Steve Harvey Show, who went on to land the BET dramedy The Game, drops in on Conversations of a Spirited Actor host Tracey Moore to discuss her Amazing Grace Conservatory theatrical progam for kids.

steven-deknightSteven S. DeKnight: The Spartacus executive producer chats with Tomorrow Will Be Televised’s Simon Applebaum about the Starz series’ prequel, Gods of the Arena, which gets under way Jan. 21. Plus: Fancast TV columnist Adam Buckman and Fairly Legal creator Michael Sardo.

‘The Game’ Star Wendy Raquel Robinson and Olympic Figure-Skating Gold Medalist Brian Boitano Today on BlogTalkRadio

wendyrobinsonWendy Raquel Robinson: The actress who made her name as principal Regina Grier on The Steve Harvey Show before landing on the BET dramedy The Game drops in on That’s Entertainment’s Tammy Jones-Gibbs to fill us in on her Amazing Grace Conservatory theatrical progam for kids.

brian-boitanoBrian Boitano: The former World Figure Skating Champion, who won a gold medal at the 1988 Winter Olympic Games in Calgary, stops by to fill Film Festival Radio host Janice Malone in on his Dec. 26 NBC special, Brian Boitano’s Skating Spectacular.

gil-gerardGil Gerard: The actor who set countless female hearts aflutter as the star of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century drops in on host Olivia Wilder to fill us in on his upcoming screen projects, including the TV flicks Buck Rogers Begins and The Lost Valentine.

the-escorts1The Legendary Escorts: The ‘70s R&B trio—Reginald Hayes, Bill Martin and LaGrant Harris—who made musical history by recording their debut album, All We Need Is Another Chance, while doing time in prison, drop in to chat with EnergyTwist’s Energy and Sister Cee about their storied career.

It’s a TV-licious Edition of ‘The Mix’

Tonight on The Daily Mix, the boob tube finally gets the respect it deserves.

But don’t think for a moment that this will be the first and last TV-licious edition of the show that brings you the best moments from BlogTalkRadio’s unmatched mix of social-radio programming.

Nope. We’ve got more little-screen content sitting in our vaults than you can shake a remote control at.  So, as the cliché goes, stay tuned.

CAPTION: "If the right part came along, I definitely would take a long hard look at it," Taylor (above) tells us of tackling additional stage or screen roles.

"If the right part came along, I definitely would take a long hard look at it," Taylor (above) tells us of tackling additional stage or screen roles.

Until then, here are just some of the fascinating tidbits you’ll absorb this evening:

-In his role as Teen Angel in the national tour of Grease, which of the following instruments does American Idol champ Taylor Hicks play: (1) harpsichord, (2) bassoon, (3) viola da gamba or (4) harmonica?

-When Wendy Raquel Robinson, who played Principal Grier on The Steve Harvey Show, says, “I love you more, mama,” whose mama she’s talking about.

-Why Marla Sokoloff, who played Lucy Hatcher on The Practice, refers to one caller as a “pedophile on the loose.”

-How Aziz Ansari, who plays Tom Haverford on NBC’s Parks and Recreation responds when Continue reading