Dino Maddalone of Ask Dino and Dawna Lee Heising of Eye on Entertainment on Time Warner Cable Interview the Dynamic International Actor
Hector Luis Bustamante on the Ask Dino Show
Héctor Luis Bustamante was a guest on the Ask Dino show and was interviewed by host Dino Maddalone about the ins and outs of the acting business. Maddalone asked questions about the entertainment industry, acting technique and about the different shows that Bustamante has appeared in. Actress and singer Lisa Catara introduced the “Ask Dino Show”, which is about the music and acting businesses. Bustamante and Catara are starring together in the new movie “Boys to Men” by director/writer Jody Brockton.
Maddalone answers questions from viewers about the entertainment industry and especially about the music business on the “Ask Dino Show”. Maddalone was awarded Record Producer of the Year at the 2009 Los Angeles Music Awards and has been in the business for over twenty years so he is well-qualified to answer any music questions. Bustamante and Maddalone met at the LA Music Awards event since Bustamante received the Rising Actor of the Year award.
Bustamante is best known for his emotionally-charged performance of ‘Pedro Vera’ in the Lifetime Movie Network Original Movie “Little Girl Lost: The Delimar Vera Story,” which earned him a ‘Best Actor’ award from the Imagen Foundation in 2009. “Little Girl Lost: The Delimar Vera Story” premiered on Sunday, August 17, at 8PM ET/5PM PT on Lifetime Movie Network, and became the second most-watched movie, a record-setting mark, in the channel’s 10-year history. On the “Ask Dino Show’, Bustamante showed clips from “Little Girl Lost” and the television series “The Shield”.
To see the Ask Dino interview with Hector Bustamante, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6CK1MS6VOY
About Ask Dino
“Ask Dino” is aired twice weekly on Time Warner Cable in Southern California. Dino Maddalone is a well-respected film, television and video games music producer. He owns a state-of-the-art recording and post production studio in Los Angeles, CA. Dino Maddalone wrote and produced a new rock version of the two times Grammy Award-nominated song "I Wish" by the multi-platinum artist Skee-Lo. Dino has many credits for television and film, and has been a music producer, engineer and mixer for over 22 years. In 2008, Dino was selected as “Record Producer of the Year” by The Los Angeles Music Awards committee, and the CD that he produced for Kris Searle was nominated for “Record of the Year”. He has also won “Best Album of the Year” and “Best Hard Rock Album of the Year” at the Dove Awards for the Gospel Music Association (GMA). Dino was also selected for the Rugged Records “Hall of Fame”. For more information, contact email@example.com