Host Lady Charmaine
Lady Charmaine is the host of the Lady Charmaine Live radio show and the new ‘Lady Charmaine Live’ television show debuting this fall. And she is the operations manager and program director of the multi-Stellar Award nominated radio station PRAISE 98FM. She is a motivational and inspirational speaker. Her radio show Lady Charmaine Live brings you great interviews from your favorite recording artists and Hollywood stars. Lady Charmaine Live is insightful, encouraging and opens up lives of your favorite musical artist and actors . She has over 25 years of experience in the entertainment industry. Lady Charmaine has been a guest on the ‘Tyra Banks’ show. She was a co-host finalist for the syndicated talk show ‘Live with Regis’ featuring Regis Philbin and also a “Reporter for a Day” finalist for the number one morning show in Sacramento “Good Day Sacramento”. Lady Charmaine was also a contestant on the longest running game show ‘The Price is Right’. Lady Charmaine was an entertainment reporter for CBS radio and the former mid-day host for Rejoice 1240. She has also appeared in commercials as well as print ads for Fedex, Expedia.com, and Dove. She was in the motion picture ‘The Principal’ starring Louis Gossett, Jr. and Jim Belushi. Lady Charmaine began her music career as an intern for Warner Bro. Records in San Francisco in the early 90′s. Her on-air radio credits include V101.1 in Sacramento, KGRM in Louisiana, and KDIA and a video VJ on KDOL. She also hosted and produced her own gospel radio show called “Music and Ministry in the Morning”.
Lady Charmaine has been featured in such magazines as Sacramento Magazine, Sacramento Spotlight, Spirit Alive, and Promoting Purpose Magazine. She has been on the cover of The Sac Cultural Hub Magazine twice October 2008 and December 2010 issues. She has received the “Woman of Power Award” from Women in Bizness.
Lady Charmaine has interviewed some of your favorite musical artist on the BET Celebration of Gospel Red Carpet. The Lady Charmaine Show guests have including Bishop T.D. Jakes , Mary Mary, Kirk Franklin, founder of Radio One and TV One Ms. Cathy Hughes, Comedian Joan Rivers, Kerry Washington (Scandal), Morris Chestnut, Mikki Taylor (Essence Magazine), DeVon Franklin (VP. Columbia Pictures) Sheila E., Mike Epps, Jordan Sparks, Derek Luke, Actress Loretta Devine, Jennifer Holliday (Dreamgirls), Actor Emilio Esteve, Top Casting Director Twinkie Byrd (Jumping the Broom/SPARKLE) Actress Kimberly Elise “For Colored Girls”, Actress Kim Coles (In Living Color/Living Single), Actress Countess Vaughn (Moesha/The Parkers), Grandmaster Dee (Rap Group Whodini), Oprah Winfrey Networks “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s (Show cast), Brely Evans (SPARKLE), Towanda Braxton, Evelyn Braxton (Braxton Family Values), Alexis Bellino (Real Housewives of Orange County), Rob Wade (Executive Produce of the” X Factor”), Jack Davenport (NBC “SMASH” , “Pirates of the Caribbean”) Actress A.J. Johnson (Baby Boy/House Party), Yolanda Adams (Grammy Award Winner), Rob Hardy (Producer Think Like A Man/Stomp the Yard), Producer Tracey Edmunds (Soulfood/Jumping the Broom), Supermoder Beverly Johnson, Actor Boris Kodjoe (Soulfood), Laurieanne Gibson (Born to Dance), Singer Montell Jordan, Sisqo, Twinkie Clark, Marvin Sapp, Vashawn Mitchell, Jill Marie Jones (Girlfriends), Allen Payne (House of Payne), Soledad O’Brien (CNN), Roland Martin (TV One/CNN) Kevin Fraser (CBS “The Insider), Vivica A. Fox, Ginuwine, Christopher Williams (New Jack City, Dreamin), Brian McKnight, Chrisette Michele, T-Boz (TLC), Nigel Lythgoe (Executive Producer of American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance), Tasha Smith (Why Did I Get Married), Actress Tatyana Ali (Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Love That Girl) Television Show Meet the Browns Star David Mann, Actor/Comedian Rodney Perry (The Monique Show/Madea’s Big Happy Family) Actor Antonio Fargas (Huggy Bear, Car Wash, Everybody Hates Christ), Jayne Kennedy (Miss Ohio/Actress), Imani Showalter (VH1 Basketball Wives L.A.), James Fortune, Dr. Bobby Jones ( Dr. Bobby Jones Gospel), Jonathan McDaniel (That’s So Raven/In The Hive), Music executive Vickie Mack Latiallade, Byron Cage, LeCrae, J Moss, 21:03,Doug Williams (Williams Brothers), Keirra Sheard, Earnest Pugh, Warren Campbell (Mary Mary), Smokie Norful, Pastor Jamal Bryant, LaShun Pace, Myron Butler (Grammy Award Winner), Martha Munizzi, Myron Butler, Stephen Hurd, Darwin Hobbs, Kevin LeVar, Tri-n-tee 5:7, Brain Courtney Wilson, Da Truth and many more.