Walker Vreeland (Afternoon Show Host) began his radio career on Long Island in 2005, and since then he’s enjoyed getting to know his listeners, airing his personal business, gossiping about celebrity news, and interviewing guests from all facets of the entertainment industry. Deeply passionate about conversing with artists, Walker has interviewed such stars as Cyndi Lauper, David Brenner, Sally Struthers, James Frey, Paula Poundstone, Cheech Marin, Sandra Bernhard and Jane Krakowski. [see http://www.interviewwiththeartist.com] In addition to hosting the Afternoon Show, Walker also serves as a Producer, Copywriter and Voice Over Artist with Long Island Radio Broadcasting, LLC. As a radio personality, he has been heard on 92.9 & 96.9 WEHM on Long Island, 103.9 WFAS in Westchester, NY, 96.7 ‘The Coast’ in Norwalk, CT and WEBE 108 in Bridgeport, CT.
As an actor and singer, Walker’s worked extensively in theater, film and television. New York theater credits include: Little Women (with Deborah Gibson & Elaine Stritch), Erostratus, Just So Stories (Theaterworks USA), and the award-winning musical revue, Our Life & Times (Winner of 1999 MAC and Bistro Awards). He originated the role of Arthur in Arthur’s Christmas at The Vineyard Playhouse and has done several national tours. He’s been seen on MTV, VH1, CBS Daytime (Guiding Light) and his films include: Sex Farce, Thinking Out Loud, A Beautiful Mind and most recently, the short film Boys of Summer. In the Spring of 2013, he performed the latest incarnation of his autobiographical monologue From Ship to Shape at Guild Hall in East Hampton. A member of Actors’ Equity Association, he is a graduate of Walnut Hill School for the Arts, New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and Connecticut School of Broadcasting.
Walker was named Best East End Personality of 2013 (Platinum Award) by Dan’s Papers.
Young comedian Jamie Costa pays tribute to “the man whose spark ignited my passion” — the late, great Robin Williams. Not only does it have the voice down, but the facial expressions as well. A truly great impression.
Discussing “the birds and the bees” with kids may be awkward, but you should plan on doing it anyway. A recent survey of nearly four thousand British kids age 16 to 24 found that seventy percent say they wish they had known more about sex before their first sexual experience.Click HERE to read more!