Born and raised in NYC...Brooklyn. "Whuh? Yis got a PROBLEM wid dat?!" Built my first radio station in high school by staging hundreds of bake sales to raise money to buy equipment.
Went to NYU - got my first job WHILE I was at NYU Film School - "Cousin Ken" on "XL Country" in New Jersey at the ripe old age of 19.
Been on the air ever since. Acting and writing career continued: Small parts in various movies and TV shows - but got a few featured parts, like last year's season opener on "Law And Order, C.I."
I've also written and starred in a couple of those low-budget T&A movies, like "The Naked Detective." - don't worry gang - I keep my clothes ON! I'm the comic relief!
Was on the Golf Channel's "Total Golf Makeover" a couple of season's ago in Orlando...I'm now a 12 handicap, thanks to Moe Norman's Natural Golf method!
Married, with a family - that would be my dog, Brak, a Border Collie/Bernese Mountain Dog mix, and our cat, Baldrick, who rules the world (the world just doesn't realize it yet).
Favorite Concert? Seeing "The Wall," Roger Water's epic, live in Berlin, after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Simply one of the greatest events I have ever been part of in my life...
Looking forward to lots of golf during the day, and rock and roll all night at BIG 1059!
Our Paulie: He simply Can NOT help it!
McCartney and his wife Nancy Shevell were in New Orleans attending the Super Bowl this past weekend. While in the city, apparently Paul was happy to take public transportation and reportedly left fellow streetcar riders amazed.
McCartney even decided to give his vocal chords a stretch while journeying to his next destination.
“This guy got on the street car and started singing Beatles songs,” local resident Robert Senft told British newspaper The Mirror. "Everyone was just ignoring him because there's a lot of buskers in this town. He started to sing directly to my friend Evelyn. We realized it was Sir Paul McCartney and were in shock.”
“For a few minutes the entire streetcar was in musical harmony. He started singing with the whole carriage and taking pictures,” Robert explained. “It was a once in a lifetime experience.”