Bradford How begins his new session of his Television Hosting Class, next Tuesday, October 18th!
This six-week course, will introduce you to the various sectors of the hosting industry, and the skill sets required to flourish in all of them.
Bradford has been contracted with VH1 in New York. He has hosted from the Red Carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival, interviewing the likes of Brad Pitt, Borat, Cillian Murphy, Nick Cannon, William H Macy and many more. He presented and interviewed for the VH1 Top 20 Video Countdown from the NCAA Final Four, the Daytona International Speedway, Club Med Turks & Caicos, and Walt Disney World. He’s also been seen on movie screens across the country as the face of Screenvision, a cinema based advertising network of over 15,000 movie screen across the country.
Television Hosting is every Tuesday at 7pm!
TVI NYC Welcomes Carter Niles to the studio, tonight!
Carter is an associate casting director at McCorkle Casting– one of NYC’s busiest and longest-tenured offices for film, television, and major commercial theatre. Her Theater, Film and Television credits include current hits; Toxic Avenger, Our Town, Electric Company, Guthrie Theatre, American Stage festival, and Californication (for Showtime), among many others.
Carter’s Scene Study class is every Tuesday night, at 6:30.
TVI NYC welcomes Actor/Director Joe Osheroff to the studio!
Joe teaches Acting Foundations, which is a fun, supportive, hands-on examination of the actor toolkit. This class is great for new actors or vets who need a good refresher.
He is the founder and artistic director of Homunculus Mask Theater Company and has studied mask making and mask performance at the D’ell Arte School of Physical Theater, as well as with Donato Sartori and Ralph Lee.
His television credits include “Law & Order,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” and numerous commercials.
Major theatre credits include The Acting Company, Utah Shakespearean Company, Roust Theater Company, Theater Schmeater, Weston Playhouse, Mettawee River Theater, to name a few.