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Where Hollywood Hides: Television | Movies | Music | Show Business | Writing | Producing | Directing | Acting

Where Hollywood Hides… it’s the weekly conversation about all things Hollywood, because, as Irving Berlin so famously wrote “There’s no business like show business!”

Join the fun on these weekly iTunes podcasts as Bob McCullough and Suzanne Herrera McCullough share intimate stories of the entertainment industry with interviews featuring legendary writers, directors, producers, and actors.

Whether you’re just a fan…or hoping to jumpstart a show business career…these podcasts are great listening!

Aug 24, 2019

Here's a high-energy conversation with Ilene Graff, the Grammy-nominated recording artist best known as the co-star of the long-running ABC-TV series Mr. Belvedere.

Starting as a Broadway understudy and "pit singer," Ilene went on to star in I Love My Wife, Charley's Aunt, Cabaret, Grease, and Annie Get Your Gun. She...


Apr 17, 2019

Rich Little

This entertaining, joke-filled interview with comedian and impersonator Rich Little has Bob and Suzanne breaking up in laughter throughout the conversation.

Rich shares details of his childhood and early years as the ultimate “class clown” and talks about driving his teachers crazy by imitating them in front of...


Nov 24, 2018

Marc Pariser is a former William Morris and CAA television packaging agent who represented a broad spectrum of talent ranging from writers, directors, producers, and production companies.  If you're a writer, director, producer, or actor looking for an agent, you need to hear what Marc has to say...


Jul 14, 2017

Susan Sullivan—perhaps the most prolific television actress of this generation or any other—joins the podcast in what is truly a personal reunion with Bob & Suzanne.

It’s a free-wheeling, in-depth conversation that will take you from Susan’s Long Island origins to Hollywood’s red carpets. Uniquely candid and...


Jan 3, 2017

You can count on one finger those industry professionals who have transitioned from a career as a stuntman climbing the faces of Mount Rushmore in Hitchcock’s North by Northwest to that of Hollywood’s “go-to” television director.

That man is Ray Austin, whose work as a director includes episodes on every hit TV...