Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 510.1 with guest Diana Eden is available for listening on demand

Stars in Their Underwear
Original Airdates: Oct. 2-4, 2020
TVC 510.1: Ed welcomes three-time Emmy nominated costume designer Diana Eden. Diana’s memoir, Stars in Their Underwear: My Unpredictable Journey from Broadway Dancer to Costume Designer for Some of Hollywood’s Biggest Stars, is the remarkable story of a how young girl from England, after finding her promising career as a ballerina snatched away at age sixteen, reinvents herself, with pluck and determination, as a Broadway dancer and actress before finding joy, fulfillment and tremendous success as a costume designer for such stars as Ann-Margret, Diana Ross, George Clooney, Cloris Leachman, Debra Messing, Lea Thompson, Betty White, Larry Hagman and legendary costume designer Bob Mackie.

On the Road with Diana Ross
Original Airdates: Oct. 2-4, 2020
TVC 510.2: Emmy nominated costume designer Diana Eden talks to Ed about surviving the tragic fire at the MGM Grand Hotel in 1980; working with Cloris Leachman on The Facts of Life, Larry Hagman on Staying Afloat, and Debra Messing on Ned and Stacey; and traveling with Diana Ross as her costume designer for her European tour and iconic Central Park concert. Diana’s memoir, Diana’s memoir, Stars in Their Underwear: My Unpredictable Journey from Broadway Dancer to Costume Designer for Some of Hollywood’s Biggest Stars, is available in softcover and as an eBook.

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