The Lady Brain Show is a weekly, 30-minute television program featuring interviews with justice seekers, progressive thought leaders, entertainers, best-selling authors, musicians, sports legends, and interesting subjects from all walks of life. Interviews are intimate and casual, yet packed with information and always lightened with humor. Once in awhile, you might even shed a tear or two.
Host Steph Walton has worked in the broadcast business for most of her adult life. One of Steph’s missions is to use her media platform to bring awareness to social injustice and to stir a movement to make positive, progressive changes in her community and beyond. She has a journalism degree from Pepperdine University and has been involved in radio and television from the moment she graduated. Steph has had the special opportunity to interview famous and award-winning authors, actors, directors, musicians, athletes, political activists, and more.
Some of our guests on The Lady Brain Show:
Susan Sarandon — Academy Award-winning actor, The Meddler; Thelma & Louise
Stevie Nicks — Rock and Roll Hall of Fame musician, Fleetwood Mac
Jeremy Affeldt — Giants pitcher; author, To Stir a Movement
Kimberley A. Johnson — Author; activist; political blogger; equal rights crusader
John Krasinski — Actor, director, The Hollars; actor, The Office
Dawn Porter — Documentarian, TRAPPED, protecting women’s reproductive rights
Deke Sharon — “King of A Cappella,” Pitch Slapped, Pitch Perfect I and II
Reggie Watts — Actor, Creative Control; musician, James Cordon’s bandleader, beatboxer, TEDx favorite
Aaron Paul, John Hillcoat — Actor, Breaking Bad; Director, Triple 9
Tom Hiddleston — Actor, I Saw the Light; The Avengers
Ken Burns — Emmy-winning documentarian, Central Park Five; Baseball; Civil War
Wayne Brady — Improvisational artist, Whose Line is It Anyway?; actor, Kinky Boots
Dennis Quaid — Actor, At Any Price; The Parent Trap; The Rookie; Wyatt Earp; D.O.A.
Andrew Solomon — National Book Award-winning author, Far From the Tree
Marlon Wayans — Actor, A Haunted House; Scary Movie; 50 Shades of Black
Paul Feig — Director, The Heat; Bridesmaids; Ghostbusters
Rashida Jones — Writer, actor Celeste and Jessie Forever; Parks and Recreation
Juno Diaz — Pulitzer Prize-winning author, This is How You Lose Her; The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
Will Durst, Johnny Steele, Larry “Bubbles” Brown — Comedians, Three Still Standing
Melissa Rauch — Actor, Big Bang Theory; actor, writer, The Bronze