Saturday, September 26, 2015

Durkin's Eco Emmy Lounge 2015 'Christmas in September' - Guests & Gifts



Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus pose for a photo with a representative
Shriners Hospital
and Jasmine Dustin at EcoLuxe Lounge
By Karen Ostlund in Hollywood, CA
With Christmas just 95 days away, LA's leading sustainable TV/film product placement producer Debbie Durkin turned a hot summer day into a winter wonderland for her annual EcoLuxe Lounge at The Avalon in Hollywood!

In the spirit of giving, ECOLUXE collected unwrapped toys that were donated to Shriners Hospitals for Children® - Los Angeles, a non-profit dedicated to making medical miracles possible for more than 1 million children and counting. 
Also on hand, ECOLUXE hosted a WIREIMAGE Holiday Portrait Studio where celebrities posed with Santa and Mrs. Claus.(left)

Beau Bridges attends EcoLuxe Lounge
Emmy nominated guest included Beau Bridges, Emmy Nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama for Showtime’s Masters of Sex.
Khandi Alexander enjoys a cakepop by
Infinity Sweets

Naomi Grossman
Attendees: Khandi Alexander (Emmy Nominated for Guest Actress in a Drama for ABC’s Scandal), Naomi Grossman(Emmy Nominated for Outstanding mini series or movie for American Horror Story) and Abigail Savage (of the Emmy Nominated Comedy series Orange Is The New Black)
Abigail Savage

Elliott Gould attends EcoLuxe Lounge w his
Other notable attendees included: Elliot Gould (Ray Donovan), Kevin Sorbo (Hercules), Adina Porter (True Blood), Kym Whitley (Comedian),Tonya Banks (Little Women: LA), Ken Davitian (The Artist), Scheana Marie Shay (Vanderpump Rules),Katie Malone (Vanderpump Rules), Destin Pfaff & Rachel Federoff (Millionaire Matchmaker), Emmy Kenney (Shameless),George Newbern (Scandal), Heather McComb (Ray Donovan)Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones)Miles Brown (Blackish),Nichelle Hines (E’s Hollywood Cycle), Nicholas Guest (Sons of Anarchy), Patrick Gallagher (Longmire), Peter Mackenzie(Blackish), Richard Portnow (Parks & Rec),Ray Santiago (Starz series ASH VS EVIL DEAD), Scott Michael Campbell(Longmire), Sean Stewart (E!'s Stewarts &  Hamiltons)Shar Jackson (Moesha), Whitney Rose Pynn (NBC’s Aquarius) and vine stars Alx James, Zane Hijazi and David Dobrik .
Peter Mackenzie (L) and his son (R) attend
EcoLuxe Lounge at Chariot Travel booth

ECOLUXE host How2Girl Courtney Sixx stopped by to create DIY Holiday Ornaments with celebrity guests and families. The decorated Christmas trees were donated to Shriners Hospitals for Children® - Los Angeles.
Chariot Travel Luggage in all colors and styles

Talent, media and VIP’s enjoyed Christmas music from DJ Mike Shay of Superbox Music and Vanderpump Rules took home spectacular pieces from both Ammanii Jewelry and Amy Marie Radzik Jewelry, suitcases in a variety of sizes from Chariot Travelware. 
Solid color dress-sneakers of the latest styles from Burnetie Shoes. 
Solid color dress sneakers by

The JacobXJordan Urban Style Lounge featured Sen Couture. Female guests got their makeup and hair done from MUA Victoria Rowe & GLAM Squad 
Wine-tasting was provided by Fete Today Winery.

(photo left) Labrador CUSTOS posed for photos with owners of  Camp Run A Mutt/Tranquil Pet Doggie Day Camp.

Guests learned about Lifesaving Tools : A key chain car escape tool
as window breaker, made in USA, The resqme tool comes with a stainless spring-loaded steel spike to help break tempered glasses to get out from a vehicular entrapment situation.
Necklaces by
AR Jewerly & Productions
                                                                      Smoked Fusion BBQ Catering served on Repurpose Compostables line of sustainable tableware! 
Guests also enjoyed refreshing drinks from Hint WaterNEON energy drink, and Southmore Group. 
Burgers and dessert were provided by Sugar And Spyked Holiday Desserts Bar, Rounds Premium Burgers, S'More Bakery and Infiniti Sweets Holiday Candy Bar.
Snack holiday gift bags filled with treats from Modern OatsPop Chips, YOOT TEA and Justin’s and Neon Energy drink., follow @producerdeb or #EcoLuxeLounge

Charmaine Blake's Ultra Gold Emmy Suite 2015 Had Indian Flair

By Karen Ostlund  September 18th in West Hollywood, CA
Charmaine Blake's Ultra Gold Emmy Suite 2015 at 
Mondrian Hotel was influenced by Indian flair in fashion, cosmetics, nuts and travel this year.
Joe Simpson, Emmy winner Phil Righter, comedienne Judy Tenuta, The McCord List's Rachel McCord, Golden Brooks, Porscha Coleman, Jasmine Dustin, and many others, attended Charmaine Blake Ultra Gold Gifting Suite during Emmy week at the Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood.
Indian designer Rohini Bedi at
Charmain's Suite at Mondian Hotel
in West Hollywood, September 18

Indian designer house 'Fashion by Rohini' is known for seamlessly transformed Indian ethnic wear into contemporary and modern couture. Her design is a mix of the East and West: Lehengas, saris and wedding trousseau's for the her Indian bride. Rohini Bedi gifted Indian solid color silk-scarves to the

Princess Shahnaz Husain has dedicated her life to herbal world-wide via press conferences. 

Shahnaz Husain has nearly 375 formulations for general beauty care, treatment of skin and scalp disorders, health and fitness. They have become breakthroughs in Ayurvedic care. The ingredients comprise of herb, flower and fruit extracts, essential oils and other natural substances.  Apart from the legendary Shahnaz Herbal range, there are many products for beauty care, based on specific extracts. A line of Ayurvedic health tonics, medicinal formulations, herbal drinks, herbal teas, herbal capsules and Aromatherapy essential oils have also been launched. Shahnaz Husain has recently launched some revolutionary products, which include the 24 Carat Gold Range, Pearl Cream and Mask, Oxygen Cream, Diamond Collection, Plant Stem Cells, the Platinum Range, the revolutionary Telomere DNA Defence and Black Diamond ranges. Advanced therapeutic products called Chemoline have also been introduced to alleviate the side effects of chemotherapy and radiation on the skin and hair.

The Shahnaz Husain Group promoted India's ancient science of medicinal plant
power going back to 3000 BC- and gifted shaeyes eye-liner made of herbs and almond oil, moisturizer cream made from rosewater, aloe-vera and honey. (Right) Her daughter Nelofar Currimbhoy's book 'Flame' about her mother Shahnaz Husain's life.  Indian Luxury travels and spiced Indian nuts
O’Harani Luxe Experiences for the discerning traveler is for who does not want to compromise when it comes to comfort, cleanliness and class. These lifelong wanderers have hand-curated their dream team of travel professionals, knowledgeable guides, private concierges and one-of-a-kind experiences, so that you can fall in love with India's destination as Northwest India, Kerala, Ladakh and Mauritius.

Red carpet at Mondrian, September 18th

A rakhi is a sacred thread that a sister ties around her brother’s wrist, signifying her love and prayers for his well being in return for his life-long vow to protect her. This annual Indian tradition, known as Raksha Bandan, is celebrated all around the world. Each bracelet has their own message.

Dr. Josef Hadeed, MD promoted
 his center for plastic and re-constructive surgery.
He is a board certified plastic surgeon who practices in Beverly Hills, specialties include body lifts and surgeries for men.

Indian beaded rakhi and threaded bracelets with a
message of blessing

Bai5 antioxidant juice and non-acidic Kangen water
The antioxidants and electrolytes in Bai5 Molokai Coconut will help your body recover from sun and exercise. A refreshing blend of coconut, cucumber, and mint men's underwear, socks and cologne

Other sponsors included:Prestige Private Air, Hansen Cakes, Kelly Anne hair-care,The Green Leaf System,Maccimize accessories,Barebumz bikinis and candles by Beyond Media.
Maccimize's reversible earrings

The red carpet at Charmain's Ultra Gold Lounge
at Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

King of Pop-Artist Nelson De La Nuez Art Opening at Bagatelle Restaurant

Photos & story by Karen Ostlund in West Hollywood
The West Hollywood hot spot, Bagatelle night club and restaurant on La Cienega, has recently gotten a whole new look, thanks to the recognizable artwork of world renown pop artist Nelson De La Nuez, known as The King of Pop Art. The opening reception for his art was held the day before the Emmys, September 19, but stays in the restaurant permanently.
(Center),Nelson De La Nuez w friends at DJ booth at Bagatelle
restaurant in West Hollywood.

Bagatelle mixes elegant chandeliers, white tablecloths and French cuisine with the vibrant pop art of the famous artist.  
The restaurant is legendary for its St Tropez style, lively champagne brunches that say to the world,  "Live your life fully in the moment; Dance on tables, drink fine champagne out of the bottle, love your life." 
De La Nuez conveys messages through his artwork about living the good life and enjoying what you work hard for in his art piece "Darling, all I require are fabulous shoes!"- which is why his glamorous pop art and sophisticated Monopoly/Wall Street pieces fit right in. 

The Good Life, 61"x48" mixed media canvas: Artist Nelson De La Nuez
The Good Life, 61"x48" mixed media canvas: Artist Nelson De La Nuez
Belvedere vodka and Moet Chandon to
celebrate art opening

The King of Pop Art, takes Bagatelle to a truly unique, sophisticated yet fun, pop art world! He's brilliant," said Laurent Zilber, partner at Bagatelle restaurant. "He's painting as fast as he can to fill orders for galleries and clients but it's getting harder to keep up." There's only one King of Pop Art and it's all created by him.
"Nelson's colorful humor and talent fits like a glove with our elegant Bagatelle upbeat, party ambiance. We pop the bottles (champagne), Nelson pops the art!" exclaimed Zilber.
'Darling all I require are fabulous shoes'
Nelson De La Nuez's artwork is hanging in some of the most prominent, private and corporate owned collections in the world.  His celebrity collectors range from the recent Sarah Jessica Parker to the infamous Michael Jackson to Paris Hilton and Seth MacFarlane and many more. De La Nuez's pop art is sold in galleries and auctions internationally. He is listed on the "Who's Who List of the Most Collected Artists of Our Time" and recently featured in an article in the current Sept/Oct issue of the prestigious Private Air magazine for the uber wealthy, jet set lifestyle.

Monday, September 21, 2015

“"Best in Television Emmys 2015" - New Exhibit at Hollywood Museum

Photos & story by Karen Ostlund
Photos of Judy Tenuta & Richard Herd by Unique Nicole (Getty Images)
Comedian Judy Tenuta arrives at
The Hollywood Museum
The Primetime Emmy's are one of television's two biggest nights, along with the Daytime Emmy® Awards in April.
After the envelopes are opened and the television community recovers from one of their biggest nights, fans and industry like to continue celebrate the 'THE BEST IN TELEVISION … EMMYS® 2015'" at THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM.
September 16th, the historic Max Factor building unveiled its display honoring this year’s 67th Annual Emmy Awards in the form of “Best in Television…Emmys 2015 Exhibition”!

“We are proud to be the only location in Hollywood with this comprehensive and exclusive Emmy showcase,” declared Hollywood Museum president and founder Donelle Dadigan.
The exhibit will run through November 1st at the glamorous Hollywood Museum on the corner of Hollywood and Highland, at 1660 N. Highland Ave.
Richard Herd at the opening Best in TV Emmys exhibit 2015

Also home to some of Marilyn Monroe’s most standout costumes and residential resting place to Hannibal Lecter’s jail cell from The Silence of the Lambs, these impending newfangled additions are sure to fit right in at the Hollywood Museum.
Alison Arngrim

Highlighted Primetime programs on display: Alpha House, American Horror Story, Bessie, Dancing with the Stars, Hot in Cleveland, House of Lies, How to Get Away with Murder, Justified, Mad Men, Modern Family, Orange is the New Black, Orphan Black, Portlandia, Project Runway, Ray Donovan, Silicon Valley, The Americans, The Good Wife, The Knick, The Newsroom, The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe, The Walking Dead, Transparent, True Blood, Two and a Half Men.
The display itself will encompass featured props and original costumes from 2014-2015 most highly nominated shows along with “fan favorites”
Designer Sue Wong and Prince Mario-Max Leffe

Attending opening night, red carpet, all star reception were Richard Herd of Star Trekkian fame, Everybody Love’s Raymond’s equally love-able Doris Roberts, Batman’s golden-voiced Jack Betts, The Bay’s ever singular Patrika Darbo, ventriloquist extraordinaire and sitcom-style SOAP star Jay Johnson, The Have and Have Nots, tall Jerome Ro Brooks, The Young and the Restless’ ever dynamic Kate Linder, stand-out comedienne Judy Tenuta, Little House on the Prairie’s—never stand-down—“bad girl” Alison Arngrim, ever lovely as a lily of the valley Lee Purcell of aptly named Valley Girl fame.
Left, Kate Linder and Lee

THE HOLLYWOOD MUSEUM IN THE HISTORIC MAX FACTOR BUILDING features over 10,000 real showbiz treasures and the most extensive collection of Hollywood costumes, star cars, props, posters, photographs and memorabilia in the world with over 100 years of Hollywood history. 
From Marilyn Monroe's costumes, the official Walk of Fame Exhibit to Hannibal Lecter's jail cell movie set from The Silence of the Lambs. The Hollywood Museum is also home to Max Factor's world-famous makeup rooms where Marilyn Monroe received her famous blonde locks and Lucille Ball first donned her famous red hair. 
The Hollywood Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
(Center), Karen and Kat Kramer, Vincent De Paul w friends

TWITTER: @HollywoodMuseum                        INSTAGRAM: @HollywoodMuseum
HOURS: Wednesday - Sunday: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 
TICKETS: $15 Adults _ $12 Seniors (62+) _ $12 for students with ID and $5 Children under 5.

Thursday, September 17, 2015



Photos by Karen Ostlund

Opening speech by Founding Director of he Broad Joanne Heyler at yesterday's
press preview
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES The Broad, the new contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles,will open to the public on Sunday, September 20, 2015.

Built by philanthropists and longtime art collectors Eli and Edythe Broad, The Broad will welcome visitors from near and far with free general admission to an inaugural
installation drawn from two collections of more than 2,000 works of contemporary art.

 Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro (DS+R), The Broad makes its home in the city’s burgeoning Grand Avenue arts corridor, across the street from architectural icons including Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Museum of Contemporary Art. 
Left, Joanne Heyler,  Eli and Edythe Broad w LA Mayor Eric Garcetti
and Elizabeth Diller, Principal-in-Charge Diller Scofidio+Renfro
"Edythe and I are delighted to announce an opening date, and we are already looking forward to welcoming the public to our museum," said Eli Broad. "It is our privilege to give this museum, the works in our art collections and a size-able endowment and free admission as a gift to the people of Los Angeles."

"When we open our doors on September 20, we will be greatly advancing Eli and Edye’s vision of sharing contemporary art with the broadest possible audience," said Joanne Heyler, founding director of The Broad. "The combination of innovative architecture and provocative art will make visiting The Broad an experience to remember." 

Roy Lichtenstein 1965-66
The new museum’s opening installation will be a predominantly chronological selection of masterworks from the Broads’ extraordinary personal art collection as well as that of The Broad Art Foundation. The installation will begin with works by major artists who came to prominence in the 1950s, including Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg and Cy Twombly.

 The Pop art of the 1960s—an area of great depth in the collections—will be represented through works by Roy Lichtenstein, Ed Ruscha and Andy Warhol, among others. Moving into the 1980s—the decade when The Broad Art Foundation was established—the installation will present a rich concentration of works by artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat, Cindy Sherman, Keith Haring, Barbara Kruger and Jeff Koons. 
Jeff Koons Tulips 1995-2004
The installation will continue up through the present, with works including a monumental, immersive, nine-screen video piece, The Visitors, by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson, which was only recently acquired for the collections, among many other new acquisitions.

Artist BJ Nilsen’s sound installation DTLA, draws on the aural environment of Los Angeles. Just as The Broad’s porous architectural "veil" subtly interweaves natural light and glimpses of the urban streets-cape of Grand Avenue into its galleries, Nilsen will bring the soundscape of downtown Los Angeles into The Broad. Stillness, the second installation featured as part of Sky-lit, will be activated after dark, and is a sound and light work by Los Angeles multidisciplinary artist Yann Novak. Stillness creates an immersive environment for reflection, inviting visitors to contemplate the effect of climate and light on their physical and emotional states.
Andy Warhol 1964 Twenty Jackies
The Broads have been at the center of the civic and cultural development of downtown Los Angeles since they moved to the city in 1964. The couple has spent five decades assembling two of the world’s most admired collections of postwar and contemporary art, with the aim of creating a widely accessible public collection. In addition to their personal collection, they created The Broad Art Foundation in 1984
as a lending library of contemporary art for museums around the world. The foundation, which will be headquartered in the new museum, has made more than 8,000 loans to over 500 museums.

Works from both The Broad Art Foundation collection and the Eli and Edythe L. Broad Collection will be shown at The Broad. 

Barbara Kruger 1989

The Broad collections include the largest grouping of Cindy Sherman works in the world, one of the largest of Jeff Koons, the largest collection of Roy Lichtenstein’s works outside of the Lichtenstein Foundation, the only near-complete grouping of the 570-plus multiples of Joseph Beuys in the Western U.S. and one of the most significant groupings of Christopher Wool paintings. 

Among the other artists represented in depth in the continually growing collections are Richard Artschwager, John Baldessari, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Chuck Close, Eric Fischl, Leon Golub, Andreas Gursky, Damien Hirst, Jasper Johns, Mike Kelley, Ellsworth Kelly, Glenn Ligon, Sharon Lockhart, Lari Pittman, Charles Ray, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Ruscha, Frank Stella, Philip Taaffe, Robert Therrien, Cy Twombly, Kara Walker, Andy Warhol and Terry Winters.

Takashi Murakami 1999
DS+R’s remarkable design for The Broad features public gallery spaces on the first and third floors, with a central "vault" housing collection storage and staff offices seeming to hover between. Upon entering the lobby, visitors will travel up a 105-foot escalator through the concrete vault and emerge into the third-floor gallery, which features 23-foot ceilings and 318 skylights that filter diffused sunlight.
Upon exiting the third floor, most visitors will again descend through the vault via a central stairwell, which offers glimpses of the artwork in the archive that may be displayed in future exhibitions.

Wrapped around the Grand Avenue elevation of the building, like a "veil," is a porous exoskeleton made of concrete panels and steel. The veil filters natural daylight into the building’s interior and establishes lines of sight between the museum and the street. The veil lifts at the south and north corners of the building to define two street-level entrances. 

Under the Table Installation by Robert Therrien 1994
Gensler served as executive architect for the museum building project.

Integral to the project is an adjacent 24,000-square-foot outdoor public plaza, also designed by DS+R, which stretches from Hope Street to Grand Avenue. 

Featuring a grove of 100-year-old Barouni olive trees and a large lawn, as well as enhanced landscaping and improvements along Grand Avenue, the plaza adds a much-needed parcel of green space to the downtown cultural corridor and makes the area more pedestrian-friendly. 
On its western end, the plaza will feature an adjacent restaurant called "Otium" that is being developed by The Broad in partnership with Bill Chait and his company Sprout.  
The location is the block between Hope Street and Grand Avenue south of the museum, about a block and a half south of Disney Hall.
The new restaurant, “Otium” — a Latin word that translates as "leisure time" is scheduled to open in October 2015 with a partnership between Tim Hollingsworth, Broad and Bill Chait’s Sprout Restaurant Group. The menu will be combined of Asian, Mexican, Mediterranean and French cooking.  

The Broad Museum Entrance from outside
Everybody get 30-45 seconds alone in the Infinity Mirrored Room 2013 by Yayoi Kusama
For more information on The Broad,and free tickets for specific time-slot, visit
Walk-ups are welcome.

Monday, September 14, 2015

CiderFest LA Makes Its Debut in Hollywood

 By Karen Ostlund
CiderFest LA will make its debut in Hollywood's Raleigh Studios this Saturday, the 19th of September in two sessions, one afternoon and one evening session.
The unique layout of this festival has been crafted into three areas, each staffed with a team of Craft Concierges:
Section one consists of the TASTING PAVILIONS and is organized by style, with a total of ten Tasting Pavilions there is quite a variety. The Raw Cider section are simply nude while others like the Full Bodied Beer & Cider Section, which are are more complex.
The second section is MEET THE MAKERS CIDER & BEER ROW which is the core of the educational push and will play host to the proudest brew masters to show off their product.
The third section is the CIDER & BEER GALLERIES which consist of the most purveyors of fine culinary flavor. All cider and beer selection will be represented in this section.
Troy Cider from California
Cider is popular with health seekers and the gluten-free crowd. “L.A. is the largest market for cider in the U.S., based on sales volume,” said festival producer Mark McTavish. “Shocking to many, but it’s true.”
"These are not the ciders you see on TV commercials, nor will you see their ads on the wall in the restroom at a Las Vegas night club. No, these are real ciders made with 100% fresh pressed juice. No water added. No artificial ingredients. Just the raw goods. These are orchard sourced ciders that sell out every year, relying on next year’s harvest to bring another bounty of juice. We have assembled a collection of rare products, never seen before in Southern California"“The L.A. Cider Fest is 100 percent curated with quality in mind," continued event producer McTavish  “The majority of our selections will be new to consumers in L.A., as they are rare and limited in production.”

Many drinkers don't have access to the small-batch ciders that will be available at the L.A. Cider Fest. This makes the fest an opportunity to change minds and challenge palates, broadening the cider spectrum from saccharine bombs to balanced and nuanced beverages. The fest will feature tasting pavilions, organized by style, so that you can isolate what you do or don’t like about a cider and get an idea of what to pair with it.
You can expect a wide range of cider flavors and even textures. The imports are especially worth sampling. Canadian Sea Cider Prohibition is aged six months in Screech barrels, lending it a strong rum character and high alcohol content. French import Bordelet Poire Granit is a perry (cider made from pears), far more delicate than the barrel-aged selections. Full list of Cider Houses participating:

Black Dog Cider by 101 Cider House
101 Cider House will also have its latest release, Black Dog cider. The world’s first “black cider,” Black Dog is made with Newtown Pippin apples, Ventura County lemons and activated charcoal from coconuts. This release comes on the heals of the activated charcoal craze you've witnessed at your nearest juice bar. 101 Cider House also will offer its full lineup of bone-dry ciders.

L.A. Cider Fest, Sat., Sept. 19, 1-4.30pm and 6-9.30 p.m.; Raleigh Studios, 5300 Melrose Ave.
More info and tickets:
For $10 off general admission tickets enter promo code WHOLEFOODS or for $15 off VIP tickets enter promo code WHOLEFOODSVIP

Saturday, September 12, 2015

21st Annual Police & Fire Fighters Appreciation Day to Remember 9/11

By Karen Ostlund
Actor Jake Busey from Texas Rising serving at Hard Rock Catering

Various celebrities showed their appreciation to our men and women in uniform at the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce’s Police and Fire Fighters Appreciation Day BBQ at the Los Angeles Police Department, LAPD Hollywood Division yesterday, September 11th,  located at 1358 N. Wilcox Avenue in Hollywood.
Los Angeles police officers do an excellent job working in harmony with the Hollywood firefighters to effectively keep our streets safe. "A small way that we, as a community, can give back to these local heroes is to offer a fun day of great BBQ, raffle prizes and heartfelt thanks at the Chamber’s 21st annual Police and Firefighters Appreciation Day" - Working cohesively with the Hollywood Chamber this year are Avalon Hollywood and Celebrity Center.
Actress Pauley Perette from NCIS serving at
Police & Firefighters BBQ Day to remember 9/11
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has been providing an outdoor barbeque for Hollywood’s finest every year for more than two decades. “On this memorial anniversary of 9/11, it is appropriate that we recognize our public safety officers for putting their lives on the line daily to protect the public,” said Leron Gubler, Hollywood Chamber President & CEO. “We also want to show them how much the Hollywood community appreciates all that they do for us.”
left,Rusty Joiner, Marilu Henner, Kate Linder, Joe Mantegna
and Erin Murphy
Among the attendees were:
Obba Babatunde-Hand of God and The Bold and the Beautiful
Jake Busey-Texas Rising, From Dusk Til Dawn, Starship Troopers
Moosie Drier-Director and former child star– Laugh In, Bob Newhart Show, Kids Incorporated).
Marilu Henner-Taxi, Evening Shade and The Marilu Henner Show
Rusty Joiner-Drive She Said, Unsullied, Voiceless, Stuck in Love
Kate Linder-Young and the Restless
Joe Mantegna– Criminal Minds
Erin Murphy-Bewitched
Pauley Perrette-NCIS-will be on hand for late shift
Kirsten Vangness-Criminal Minds