As Vic says, "Vic Cohen's It's a Fair Question" really is the show where every question is a "FAIR QUESTION!" Did Vic really just ask Claudia Jordan ("Real Housewives of Atlanta" / "Celebrity Apprentice" / "Deal or No Deal") exactly how much cash she got paid when she sued "The Price is Right" for sexual harassment as a model? Yep. He did. And after some hesitation, she kinda spilled the beans!
Over each one hour episode, Vic goes one-on-one with a different guest, asking the questions you want answered! Things get very real, very fast. So, prepare for a roller coaster of emotion as Vic explores all aspects of a guest's life, frequently through laughter and tears.
Whether Vic is talking with Kato Kaelin (of O.J. Simpson trial fame), or with a homeless person Vic literally pulled off LA's skidrow minutes before the show - you'll always gain a unique and fascinating understanding of the human spirit.
Past guests have included: Taylor Williamson ("America's Got Talent"/comedian), Jamie Kaler (actor/comedian), Theo Von (actor/comedian), "Stuttering John" Melendez ("Howard Stern Show," "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno), Benjamin King ("Liv and Maddie"/actor), Katie Cleary (actress/model), plus many more of Vic's fascinating Los Angeles friends from all walks of life.
EP 74: Mary Gallagher
Hilarious actress and comedian, Mary Gallagher, shares her fascinating life story – from growing up with two Marine parents in Wisconsin – to “making it” in Hollywood on “Friends,” “How I Met Your Mother,” and many other huge shows! Plus, Mary tells us about the day she broke her vegan diet thanks to Tom Selleck and a hot dog!
EP 73: Richard Rosenthal
Richard Rosenthal has been a Beverly Hills “hairstylist to the stars” for 40 years! And he has the wild, shocking, must-hear, celeb stories to prove it! From John Belushi to Carrie Fisher to Bette Midler – Richard tells all! Plus, Richard opens up about his personal life. He shares with us the shocking way he learned about sex as a teen in the 1970’s and we hear about the traumatic, life-changing way he lost his virginity.
EP 72: Harlan Cohen
Harlan Cohen is not only a “New York Times” best selling author, but he’s also one of Vic’s two younger brothers! Harlan and Vic get vulnerable as they talk about childhood memories growing up in Chicago’s Northern suburb of Glenview. And Vic reveals a childhood secret that leaves Harlan totally stunned. (Harlan writes the syndicated advice column, “Help Me Harlan,” and he speaks with college and high school aged young people about how to make the most of college! He also has written six books.)
EP 71: JENNIFER KEMPTON
Jennifer Kempton, a former sex slave, bravely shares the shocking details of how she got sucked into the dangerous and dehumanizing world of sexual exploitation in Columbus, Ohio. As Jennifer’s must-hear story proves, there’s no American city or vulnerable man, woman, or child who’s safe from the tragic horrors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking. And the problem is only getting worse. Now a free woman, Jennifer has created the organization, survivorsink.org! They help former sex slaves and survivors of human trafficking by offering “cover-up tattoos” or removal of brandings and/or scars victims received while being trafficked.
EP 70: PREITY UUPALA
Meet one of tens of thousands of actors trying to make it in LA – with a story very different than the typical aspiring artist. Preity Uupala left Australia, seemingly with it all. As a 20-something, gifted businesswoman, she was on the fast-track to eventually earn a seven income as an international investment banker. Yet, she ran away from the corporate world and all of its big promises. What made Preity go after her dream, as she now lives in LA as a painfully small fish in an unimaginably big pond. And perhaps more importantly, what are you dreaming of going after that may be stopping you? Maybe, now is the time!
EP 69: MUSICIAN WENDELL KELLY
Meet professional trombonist, composer, conductor, and author Wendell Kelly, and hear how he went from a kid with a dream to working with Beyonce, Whitney Huston, Stevie Wonder, Justin Timberlake… and the list goes on! Plus, Wendell shares some unforgettable behind-the-scenes stories about being a part of “The Howie Mandel Show” band! And Wendell gives us a quick in-studio trombone performance as he writes a new theme song for Vic’s show – right on the spot! It’s impossible to spend an hour with Wendell over this episode, without leaving inspired and feeling better about the world we live in!