Welcome Corbin Bernsen
We’re joined on the Starline by an actor you’ve seen everywhere. LA Law, Psych, Major League and now in “The Farmer & the Belle” we welcome Corbin Bernsen.
Let’s go Beyond the Mic, Corbin, you’ve acted, directed and been a set designer. How has entertainment not only fed your pocketbook, but your soul?
Your latest gig as Gran’Poppy in “The Farmer & the Belle” is such a fun Christmas movie in the style of a Hallmark Christmas movie powered by faith. Why was this role important for you?
The Rockin’ 8
Time is running out, so it’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions, answer with the first thing that comes to your mind.
There is no Pressure.
1. Of all your acting roles, your favorite one was?
2. Thing you do that drives your wife Amanda crazy?
3. You’ve been a set designer and a carpenter. What did you build last?
4. What one role you like to perform on the stage?
5. Thing you are afraid of?
6. Best gift your four sons have given you?
7. Do you prefer acting for television or movies?
8. What do you have to tell your fans?
He last built a redwood table and chairs, still loves his character Arnie Becker and is afraid of death. Corbin Bernsen thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.
And that my friends is a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.
See Corbin in “The Farmer & the Belle: Saving Santaland” here.
“The Farmer and The Belle: Saving Santaland” is a Christmas family tradition in the making. This award-winning inspirational, family comedy stars Jenn Gotzon (Frost/Nixon, My Daddy Is In Heaven), and Jim E. Chandler (Stranger Things, MacGyver); and co-stars Corbin Bernsen (Major League, Psyche), John Schneider (The Dukes of Hazzard, Smallville), Robert Amaya (Courageous, Mom’s Night Out), Natasha Bure (Fuller House, Home Sweet Home), Sandra Ellis Lafferty (Walk the Line, Hunger Games), Henry Cho (McHale’s Navy, Saving Faith), Roxzane T. Mims (Greenleaf, Good Lord Bird), Delilah (I Can Only Imagine, The Star), and singing sensation Beckah Shae; with young talents Livi Birch (Tulsa, The Resident), Benji Russel, and introducing Adele Chandler. Directed by award-winning Wes Llewellyn.