Episode 56. “It’s our culture that cannot be denied. Whether it's music, whether it's motion pictures, whether it's television, the creativity in America is unbelievable.”
Mitchell Fink returns for part two of his conversation with Linda. In this episode, Mitchell not only shares more of his experiences as a celebrity reporter, but how fame and celebrity has changed over the years.
Mitchell also talks about the impact American culture had had on the rest of the world and his insight into the September 11th attack, the subsequent clean up and its devastating effects.
Mitchell Fink is a New York Times Bestselling author, an internationally recognized journalist, a columnist at the New York Daily News, People magazine, and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, as well as an on-air correspondent at CNN, FOX, CBS, and "Access Hollywood."
Mitchell is also the New York Times Bestselling author of NEVER FORGET: AN ORAL HISTORY OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2001.
His other published books include THE LAST DAYS OF DEAD CELEBRITIES, which chronicles the last days and weeks in the lives of fifteen very famous people, including John Lennon, John Belushi, Orson Welles, Lucille Ball, and Tupac Shakur. And, CHANGE OF HEART, the racially charged love story about a black man who was transplanted with the heart of a white woman.
Tune in to see Mitchell hosting the upcoming show, Celebrity POV. On the show, he will shine a spotlight on issues and current events across politics, business, entertainment, sports, and the burgeoning cryptosphere. Online audiences can ask questions and interact directly with guests during the approximately one-hour live, unfiltered broadcasts.
The twice-monthly show, streaming alternating Wednesdays at 7 PM ET will debut summer of 2022. Celebrity POV will appear on the Fireside multimedia platform founded by Falon Fatemi and Mark Cuban, and will also stream live on TruthDAO's YouTube channel.
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NY Times Bestselling Author
Mitchell Fink is the New York Times Bestselling co-author of NEVER FORGET: AN ORAL HISTORY OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2001. His other published books include THE LAST DAYS OF DEAD CELEBRITIES, which chronicles the last days and weeks in the lives of fifteen very famous people, including John Lennon, John Belushi, Orson Welles, Lucille Ball, and Tupac Shakur, and CHANGE OF HEART, the racially charged love story about a black man who was transplanted with the heart of a white woman.
An internationally recognized journalist, Fink has been a columnist at the New York Daily News, People magazine, and the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, as well as an on-air correspondent at CNN, FOX, CBS, and "Access Hollywood." Fink also produced the 2018 Netflix documentary, MADDMAN: THE STEVE MADDEN STORY, about the iconic and world-renowned shoe designer.
As a ghostwriter, Fink penned THE PATRIARCH, A SIRULNICK FAMILY MEMOIR, which was written as a vanity piece for a family that wanted the extraordinary life of their grandfather and great grandfather chronicled for family members down the line.
Today, Fink is a book doctor who is helping writers realize their dreams through the entire process of writing, editing, connecting to the right literary agent, and then finally to a mainstream publishing imprint.
Fink’s first novel, CREATURES OF THE WIND, is set in New York City in the late 1970s, during the very last gasps of the pre-AIDS era when little or no thought was given to any consequences for unrestrained and unprotected sexual behavior, Readers with any sense of history may see what’s coming, but the characters won't start figuring it all out until for some of them it's too late. The manuscript is now being shopped by his agent, Chandler Crawford, at the Transatlantic Agency.