G.W. Bailey worked at local theater companies during the mid 1960s until his move to California, sometime in the 1970s. Here he began his work in TV in such shows as "Starsky and Hutch" (1975) and "Charlie's Angels" (1976). He eventually got a movie debut role in a Chuck Norris movie A Force of One (1979) before landing the role of Rizzo in "M*A*S*H" (1972).
It’s been a decade since Jeremy Camp entered the scene with his breakthrough debut, Stay (BEC). Over the course of his extraordinary career thus far, Camp has amassed four RIAA Gold-selling albums, five Dove Awards, a GRAMMY® nomination and 25 multi-format No. 1 songs. In honor of 10...
When confronting the rather elusive question of what they want to be when they grow up, most 13-year-old boys can’t decide between astronaut, fireman or of course, NFL quarterback. But for two brothers from Birmingham, Ala., Jon and Andrew Erwin, their career path was already being paved in...
It was my good pleasure to talk with Emmy award winning producer Lorenzo Minoli, who produced the Jesus mini-series for CBS, currently set for its gmc premiere on April 1 at 7 pm et. He also produced the TNT Bible series, which includes Abraham, Jacob, Moses, Samson & Delilah, David and the...
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Modern hymn writer Paul Baloche is best known for the modern classic "Open the Eyes of My Heart," among...