Podcast of TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 487.4 with guests Howard Storm and Steve Stoliar is now available for listening on demand

Television writer and director Howard Storm

Howard Storm and Steve Stoliar, co-authors of The Imperfect Storm
Original Airdates: Apr. 3-5, 2020
TVC 487.4: Ed welcomes back actor, comedian, director and raconteur Howard Storm. After beginning his showbiz career when he was a teenager, performing in nightclubs in New York in the 1950s, Howard worked steadily as an actor and improvisational performer in the late ’60s and early 1970s before becoming one of the most sought-after directors in television, including such popular shows as Laverne & Shirley, Everybody Loves Raymond, Kenan and Kel, Fish, Daddy Dearest, Rhoda, ALF, Angie, and nearly sixty episodes of Mork & Mindy. Howard’s memoir, The Imperfect Storm: From Henry Street to Hollywood, is available through Bear Manor Media. Co-hosting the hour is Steve Stoliar, author of Raised Eyebrows and Howard’s collaborator on The Imperfect Storm. Topics include the many ways in which Howard’s upbringing on the mean streets of the Lower East Side of New York City helped prepare him for the rough and tumble world of show business.

Why Pam Dawber was the Unsung Hero of Mork & Mindy
Original Airdates: Apr. 3-5, 2020
TVC 487.5: Actor, comedian, and director Howard Storm reveals how he won the confidence of a skeptical Beatrice Arthur during production of Amanda’s (ABC, 1983) and why Pam Dawber’s efforts as the Bud Abbott to Robin Williams’ Lou Costello on Mork & Mindy often go unappreciated. Howard’s memoir, The Imperfect Storm: From Henry Street to Hollywood, is available through Bear Manor Media. Co-hosting the hour is Steve Stoliar, author of Raised Eyebrows and Howard’s collaborator on The Imperfect Storm.

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