Actors Channel TV is a production of the Hang On To The Dream Foundation
and was created by Emmy Award winning TV Host/Actor/ Executive Producer Christopher Ewing
as a way to help support and recognize the outstanding achievements of up & coming
actors and actresses from around the world. Mr. Ewing is a long time supporter of the arts
and is the president and founder of the Hang On To The Dream Foundation,
as well as the Indie Music Channel and the Indie Music Hall Of Fame.
"I created 'Actors Channel TV' because I have always felt that there needed to be more support for up & coming actors and actresses" says Christopher. "There are so many incredibly talented people out here who aren't getting enough recognition for their talent, either on radio or TV, just because they aren't on a big TV show or movie, or because they haven't gotten their big break yet. I just feel that, whether an actor or actress is on a show or in a movie, or not, they are still talented and deserve to be heard or seen until their big break comes along. 'Actors Channel TV', is a television channel on Roku and Amazon Fire TV dedicated to broadcasting their reels and any shows they may have created themselves, thereby, helping them promote their talents around the world."
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Actors Channel TV
is located at the Hang On To The Dream Studios
at Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood, California.
Sunset Gower Studios is a 14-acre television and movie studio with twelve soundstages located at the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Gower Street in Hollywood. The studios were originally founded as
Columbia Pictures Studios by movie mogul Harry Cohn in 1921. The studio lot continues to this day to be one of Hollywood's largest studios, and an active facility for television and film productions.
Some of top television shows and movies in the world have been, or are currently filmed at Sunset Gower. From the historic shorts of "The Three Stooges" (1933-54), to Frank Capra’s "It Happened One Night" (1934), "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (1939), as well as "Funny Girl", "The Caine Mutiny" and many more, all were filmed on the Sunset Gower Studios lot. Besides productions of top films, television shows such as "Scandal", "The Newsroom", "Pair of Kings", "Heroes", "Dexter", "Deal or No Deal", "Six Feet Under", "JAG", "Married... with Children", "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air", "Blossom", "Soap", "I Dream of Jeannie", "Bewitched", "The Golden Girls", "Judge Judy", "Minute to Win It", "Let's Make a Deal", "This Is Us" and many, many others currently occupy, or have occupied, several sound stages on this historic lot.
Starting out as a child actor and model, Mr. Ewing has appeared on such top rated shows as "All My Children” (ABC), "One Life to Live” (ABC),
"Kate & Allie” (CBS), plus hundreds of radio & T.V. commercials. He has also been the narrator and /or spokesperson in countless industrial films for
General Motors, IBM and many others.
In addition, for over 20 years, Mr. Ewing served as one of the “Blue Ribbon Judges” for the "Daytime Emmy Awards", where he was responsible for choosing the winners of categories such as Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series, etc. for all of the network soap operas, including shows such as “The Young & The Restless”,
“Days Of Our Lives”, “General Hospital” and more.
Christopher with Susan Lucci at the
Daytime Emmy Awards
Mr. Ewing has done hundreds of voiceovers, from McDonald’s to countless commercials and intros for songs and music shows as a syndicated radio DJ, with projects that have aired on iHeart Radio (Clear Channel), Cumulus and Alpha Media radio stations across the country.
Christopher has served as a TV News Reporter on the 5, 6 and 11pm newscasts at a Top-10 NBC affiliates.
Mr. Ewing is currently the host of the syndicated TV show "Indie Music Cafe", as well as the popular radio show "The Radio Cafe".
He is also the president and founder of the Indie Music Channel
and the Indie Music Hall Of Fame.
Mr. Ewing is also an Executive Producer who has created, produced and syndicated countless episodes of television shows.
Shows currently in production are the kids TV shows "Aunt Molly & Friends", "Rusty's Playhouse", as well as new episodes of his Emmy Award winning
TV show, "Hang On To The Dream".
Following the success of "Hang On To The Dream", Mr. Ewing founded the Hang On To The Dream Foundation, the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that helps kids reach their goals in life.