DOLORES FULLERBorn Dolores Eble in Indiana in 1923, Dolores Fuller is best known for her association with director Ed Wood and as one of the stars of the 1953 film Glen or Glenda; however, she has enjoyed a lengthy and varied career in show business. After the end of her first marriage, which lasted 14 years and produced two children, Fuller began going on casting calls for early television. By the time Fuller met Ed Wood in 1952, she was already firmly established as a television personality. She was the 'Gustinette Girl' on Queen for a Day, where she appeared five days per week in a featured appearance advertising maribou slippers. Also, Fuller worked as a model Westwood Knitting Mills, Evans/Picone, and others. Chiefly, perhaps, was her regular job on NBC's Dinah Shore Chevrolet Playhouse which required work every Monday and Wednesday, then aired live on Friday nights.
ROBERT GRUENBERG(AKA the Venice Chainsaw Juggler and Comedian)Robert worked with Gerald as his coach, reflecting the more serious side of this performer's dreams of being a Hollywood actor.
GERALD GORDON ON TVGerald is the guest of a cable network show entitled BACKSTAGE which plays throughout the United States. Often considered the most accomplished and successful acting coach and teacher of Las Vegas, Gerald is a frequent guest on a number of local TV shows.