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Lyn Sisson-Talbert & David E. Talbert
The married filmmaking duo of Lyn Sisson-Talbert and David E. Talbert join Trueheart to discuss their professional partnership producing movies over the last two decades. David and Lyn speak with Amy & Scott about the origin story for their hit Netflix film "Jingle Jangle” and the meaning behind their children’s books. Amy and Scott dive deep with Lyn and David about the importance of representation and telling stories that showcase the full black experience. Plus, the foursome share some laughs about what it’s really like to work with your spouse.
Recording artist Blake Lewis joins Trueheart for a raw conversation about the double edge sword that was his experience as the runner-up on American Idol. Blake opens up to Amy and Scott about the perils of fame and how he bounced back from battling depression. He shares the artists that influenced him growing up and how he cultivated his incredible beat-boxing talent.
Plus, Blake talks about how streaming has impacted the music industry and his exciting new music project The Private Language.
Entrepreneur Jodi Mannis joins Trueheart to discuss the fascinating origin story of her viral sensation, Good Vibes Cookie Co.
Amy and Scott chat with Jodi about the boost her business received after appearing on The Drew Barrymore Show.
Plus, Jodi chats about how meditation helps fuel her creativity and why she wants to be remembered as someone who followed her heart.
Actor and activist Jason George joins Trueheart to discuss the action-packed Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy cross-over event that picks up from the Winter finale’s literal cliff-hanger of an episode. Jason also shares the secret to his chemistry with Chandra Wilson that has made them a fan favorite on-screen couple over the last decade.
Plus, he reveals which Station 19 star is the biggest prankster and which former Grey’s Anatomy co-star he misses the most. Amy and Scott dive deep with Jason into two issues he’s passionate about, pediatric cancer and gun safety. Jason pays tribute to the legacy of Super-Girl Jadyn, who courageously fought cancer for 9 1/2 years.
He also shares the important work he’s doing with the bi-partisan anti-gun violence organization The 97 Percent and steps we can all take to make a difference.
Zachery Dereniowski joins Trueheart to discuss how a breakup led to a mental health break-down where he ultimately had a breakthrough to help himself and others heal by creating powerful videos enjoyed by millions of people. He tells Amy and Scott the unbelievable story of how a random act of kindness brought his fans together to change a homeless man's life forever. Plus, Zach shares his secret to the transformative power of authenticity and vulnerability.
Blythe Hill joins Trueheart to discuss the global epidemic of human trafficking and how her style challenge led her to create the Dressember Foundation and a worldwide movement that has raised $15 million to fund vital anti-trafficking work. She also chats with Amy and Scott about the groundbreaking storyline where Grey's Anatomy helped teach viewers how to spot the red flags and warning signs of a person in danger. Plus, Amy opens up and shares her journey of healing from trafficking and sexual assault.
Thank you Amy and Scott for sharing your hearts with me. What a magical journey this life has taken us on. I’ve known Amy for almost 25 years and she is one of the most inspirational people I know. Truly living her best life, in service to humanity and with her heart on her sleeve. It’s a true honor to walk in this life with you and Scott. ❤️
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Relaxed, transparent, and heartfelt. This is exactly the type of podcast I love being a guest on! Thanks for shining the light on so many important issues. -Jen Lilley
A nice does of inspiration
The thing I like most about the show is that you leave it feeling inspired in your own life. Can't say that about most other shows, etc. It always makes me feel good! Keep it up.