Category: Gale Anne Hurd

Fans Celebrate The Walking Dead’s #SkullFriday


Want to share a Walking Dead tradition? We celebrate the weekend with the Twitter hashtag #SkullFriday and wear skulls to work. Share a photo yourself celebrating with skulls on Twitter, with the Valhalla Entertainment (@ValhallaPics) CEO and Executive Producer of “The Walking Dead”, Gale Anne Hurd (@GunnerGale)! Check out the photo above to see some

Part Two of the Exclusive Interview with IronE Singleton, T-Dog on “The Walking Dead”


In part two of this exclusive interview, IronE Singleton, popularly known as T-Dog on “The Walking Dead,” discusses the entertainment industry and his new autobiography “Blindsided by the Walking Dead.” Recounting his journey from low-income housing projects when he was younger to starring in one of the most popular television series of all time, IronE

Part One of the Exclusive Interview with IronE Singleton, T-Dog on “The Walking Dead”


IronE Singleton, popularly known as T-Dog on “The Walking Dead”, discusses his early life and breakthrough into the entertainment industry in part one of this exclusive interview. Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Singleton’s story embodies everything we have come to understand about the lives of many inner city youth growing up in low-income housing

Exclusive Interview with Gale Anne Hurd from The Trusteeship


Gale Anne Hurd is an accomplished woman in a field traditionally dominated by men.  Now CEO of Valhalla Entertainment, Gale Anne has a history of mega-hits including The Terminator, which she produced and co-wrote,Aliens, Terminator 2, The Incredible Hulk and many others.  Recently, she has produced the TV series, The Walking Dead.  Capping this fabulous career to date,

George Christy Talks About Chuck Fries, Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors, Gale Anne Hurd And More!


George Christy Talks About Chuck Fries, Caucus for Producers, Writers and Directors, Gale Anne Hurd And More! Arriving in Hollywood, that Cincinnati Kid, who FedEx’s friends his hometown’s irresistible Graeter’s ice cream, became a top banana at Screen Gems and Columbia. Later, at Metromedia, the indefatigable Chuck Fries produced and supervised 26 movies for television