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Ron Brewington 

Host and Producer. Ron is in charge of writing, producing and hosting

The Actor's Choice.

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The Actor’s Choice is a weekly LIVE-streaming online entertainment show. The program centers on actors, actresses, directors, producers, and various entertainment professionals. It’s hosted by storied journalist Ron Brewington.

Over the years, as part of Radio One/XM and the American Urban Radio Networks, and as a news anchor, Ron has covered nearly every important event affecting urban America. He served for seventeen years as the Los Angeles bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, covering the Democratic National Conventions in 1980 and 2000, the 1984 Summer Olympics, the Rodney King trial and the subsequent rebellion and both O.J. Simpson trials.


Brewington covered entertainment events like the Academy Awards, Grammy Awards, Soul Train Music Awards, American Music Awards, Emmy Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Golden Globe Awards, NAACP Image Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, BET Awards and others. Ron has even appeared in several movies, including Harlem Nights, as well as the NBC television special event, Roots: Celebrating 25 Years. Ron has also produced acclaimed radio tributes to Marvin Gaye and other R & B legends. In 2016, he was the host for the Doo Wop Hall of Fame Induction Gala, held at the historic Globe Theater in downtown Los Angeles, California. He was recently the announcer for Motown’s Heroes and Legends Awards (HAL) at the famed Beverly Hills Hotel.

The Actor’s Choice celebrated their 100th episode in July of 2018 on Universal Broadcast Network at Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood, California. In 2019, they've expanded to bring the audience tons of new and exciting segments with remotes, guest hosts and a new studio in Burbank, California across from Warner Bros. Studios. The Actor's Choice celebrated their 200th show in 2020.

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