Corbin Bernsen — Emmy & Golden Globe Nominated Actor (LA Law, PSYCH)Corbin Bernsen comes from an entertainment family. His Emmy Award winning mother played Katherine Chancellor on the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless for 35 years. A graduate of UCLA where he earned a bachelors degree in Theater and a Masters degree in Playwriting, he most recently starred as Henry Spencer on USA Network’s hit original series PSYCH. He was first catapulted to stardom during the 1980s by the hit NBC TV series, L.A. Law. He was nominated for both Emmy and Golden Globe awards for his performance as Arnie Becker on the show that virtually created the ensemble drama as we now see it today. Along the way he hosted Saturday Night Live, and guest starred on Seinfeld and Star Trek to name a few notable television appearances. In the feature film arena, he starred in the comedy Hello Again, followed by other critically acclaimed roles in Disorganized Crime, Wolfgang Peterson’s Shattered, The Great White Hype, and as the Cleveland Indians’ third baseman-turned-owner Roger Dorn in the extremely popular Major League series of films. Other film credits include Lay the Favorite with Bruce Willis and The Big Year with Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson. He also appeared with Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Recently, Bernsen has moved to the other side of the camera, directing the films Carpool Guy, Dead Air and Rust, which was distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment. With Rust, Bernsen shifted his focus to family friendly movies and formed Home Theater Films. His most recent film, Christian Mingle The Movie, starring Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls) was released in October 2014 by Capital. Bernsen lives in Los Angeles with his wife of 24 years, actress Amanda Pays, and their four sons.
Flor EdwardsTwin sisters, Flor & Tamar, never realized that they'd grown up in a cult until one day when Flor was 15, she picked up a copy of Seventeen magazine and saw a quiz entitled, “Did You Grow Up In A Cult?” Flor and her sister began to answer “YES” to the following questions:
1/ Did you grow up in a secluded environment?
2/ Were you under the influence of a charismatic leader?
3/ Were you coerced to recruit members to your group?
4/ Were you taught that the outside world was a forbidden place, and did you feel guilty for wanting to leave?
Flor has agreed to be interviewed for the first time, about her life in The Family International
John SummerfieldBack in the early years of The Drew Marshall Show, we invited a regular caller/listener to co-host the show a few times. Toshi Hunt had a brilliant understanding of the world around her and a quick wit to boot. A few months ago, another listener named Paul Wilkinson sent us an email letting Drew know that Toshi had passed away. Her death came after being married for only 18 months. Her husband John, has agreed to share her story – to share their story – their far too short of a story.
(Feb 2012 - their first date. April 2013 - their wedding. April 2013 - Toshi is diagnosed with aggressive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Sept 2014 Toshi passes away.)
LIVE! on TDMS - Devoted Souly to the Art of Music
This Week's Recording Artist — Joanna Chapman-SmithCHECK THIS VIDEO OUT!
Joanna has toured extensively to Canada, USA, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, France, England, Wales, Scotland, Denmark, Italy and Australia. She has been nominated for the Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award and was the winner of the 9th Independent Music Award for “Best Acoustic Song” for which the judges included songwriting legend Tom Waits. Joanna has performed in music festivals worldwide, including the Roepaen Festival (The Netherlands), the Vancouver Island Music Festival (CAN), ArtsWells Festival of All Things Art (CAN) and S.W.I.D. (USA). She has received international airplay in over fifteen countries - including on CBC, BBC and NPR and has shared stages with the likes of Ane Brun, Devon Sproule, Tom Paxton, Anais Mitchell, Eric Taylor, Ken Whiteley, The Good Lovelies, and Catherine McLelland.
Check out our DrewTube page new muso video - LIVE in-studio Evan Champagne
TDMS Dating Game
IT’S DATING GAME #4! — The Search Is On For Our NEXT Dating Game Contestant!ChristianMingle wants to help YOU find that special someone! So if you’re up for a bit of fun, then we’ll pick up the tab while you look for love. This year’s Dating Game contestant will receive a free 1 year membership to ChristianMingle as well as an all expenses paid, chauffeur driven date night to one of Canada’s most exclusive restaurants.
TO BECOME A CONTESTANT all entries must be received before January 20th.
Send to mingle(at)drewmarshall.ca
1/ Your contact details
2/ Your picture
3/ As much information about you as possible, including why YOU would make the best choice as our next contestant on THE DATING GAME!
*Contestants must be over 21 and live in the Greater Toronto Area.
**Contestants must be available for DATE NIGHT on Friday March 6th and be able to join us in our Oakville studio on Jan 24, Feb 14 & March 7.
Drew & His Mates Crack Open A Few!Current affairs, pop culture, even touchy-feely-relational stuff! Listen in OR call and join us, as we crawl from topic to topic!
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This week on The Pub Crawl:
Darryl Dash — www.dashhouse.com
David Hayward — www.nakedpastor.com
1/ Some feel that it's harder to believe that Bill Cosby & Jian Ghomeshi could be completely innocent of sexual assault charges because of the sheer number of women who have come forward in both their cases. So does this mean that Pastor Melnichuk from Toronto's Prayer Palace is probably innocent because only two women have come forward and accused him of sexual assault?
2/ Considering how many acts of “terrorism” have transpired in democratic western countries alone since 911, is this just the new normal or can change really take place? If so... any suggestions as to how?
3/ According to Religious News Service, Cardinal Raymond Burke feels that the church has become to “feminized”? He says that the vast majority of attendees are women because the services have been focused on women’s issues and “rampant liturgical experimentation”. Apparently, men “respond to rigor and precision and excellence”, Burke said. Also, the reason for a drop in men enrolling to become priests is because of the appointment of altar girls. Cardinal Burke also blames gay priests for the church's sexual abuse crisis. But Cardinal Burke, if gay priests are attracted to boys and not girls, then having altar girls pretty much resolves the problem, correct?
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