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As the host of the entertainment website  "Call Me Adam," I ask the heartfelt and fun questions other sites don't. My interview style is to make my participants feel comfortable and at ease so we can really get to the "heart" of what makes them tick. My participants open up to me, often times revealing things they never talked about in previous interviews. It's this comfort, ease, and trust in me that make my interviews unique to "Call Me Adam."

With over 10,000 views a month, 1826 Facebook Fans, and upwards of 1,949 Twitter followers, my most recent interviews have featured Mel B (Spice Girls, "America's Got Talent"), Leeza Gibbons ("Celebrity Apprentice", "Entertainment Tonight", "Extra"), Gary Busey (Oscar Nominee), Sandra Bernhard ("Roseanne"), Peter Engel (Executive Producer of "Saved By The Bell"), Debbie Gibson (Pop Icon), Michele Lee ("Knots Landing"), and Michael Urie ("Ugly Betty").

While my past participants include Olivia Newton-John ("Grease"), Matthew Morrison ("Glee," Broadway), Perez Hilton (Gossip Columnist), Lorna Luft (Judy Garland's daughter), George Takei ("Star Trek"), Margaret Cho (Comedian), Ann Hampton Callaway ("The Nanny" Theme Song), Annie Golden ("Norma" on "Orange Is The New Black"), Micky Dolenz ("The Monkees"), Sutton Foster (Tony Award Winner, TV Land's "Younger"), Michael Feinstein (Five Time Grammy Nominee), Linda Lavin ("Alice"), and Rue McClanahan ("The Golden Girls").

So if you and your client are ready to shine bright, contact "Call Me Adam" below and I'll be more than happy to get to the heart of the matter!

My look could not have been made possible without the help of Boy Culture's very own Matthew Rettenmund who came up with the name "Call Me Adam," Jay Cooper and Billy Mitchell who very graciously gave their time to co-design my wonderful amazing new logo, Lisbeth Kaiser, Lisa Lewis, and Paul Focazio for their brilliant ideas and suggestions on my write-up, Aaliytha Stevens for her generosity in helping get my business cards, Christina Sees for her all encompassing computer/internet knowledge and all of my co-workers and press reps who were so kind in giving me their feedback to help make "Call Me Adam" come to fruition, as well as my ever loving and faithful friends, family, and fans who all support me in this very exciting venture!

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