John O’Hurley: Stage, Screen & Voice Actor, Musician & Author

You could say that John O’Hurley is a seasoned and accomplished performer, but his forms of expression cannot be limited by a single medium.  No, John O’Hurley is an artist. You may have seen John O’Hurley on stage as Billy Flynn in the beloved musical “Chicago,” a role he has performed over 1,000 times.  In the popular culture, O’Hurley is well known as J. Peterman, Elaine’s eccentric and verbose boss on 22 episodes of “Seinfeld.”

John O’Hurley was in the very first season of “Dancing with the Stars,” and also hosted “Family Feud” from 2006 to 2011.

He has pursued other creative outlets as well.  He’s written two books and John O’Hurley’s lifelong love of melodies has resulted in two albums of his musical compositions: “Secrets From the Lake,” and “Peace of Our Minds.”  John O’Hurley is a man who believes in the powers of imagination.  His perspectives are well worth your attention!


Liz Sheridan: Actress, Author

Liz Sheridan is an actress and the author of the book “Dizzy and Jimmy: My Life with James Dean, a Love Story.” The book tells the story of her love affair with the late actor James Dean.

Liz Sheridan’s father Frank Sheridan was a classical pianist and her mother Elizabeth Poole-Jones was a concert singer. Her show business beginnings were in dance. Liz Sheridan’s first major role was on the show ALF, as nosy neighbor Raquel Ochmonek. She is most known for her role as Helen Seinfeld, mother of Jerry Seinfeld in the hit sitcom “Seinfeld.”