The Cast & Crew of myrtle beach TV
warren walkerWith decades of video production experience (no, he doesn't look his age), producer/director warren walker brings his unique style of shooting and editing -- now doing it in cutting edge HD -- to the series, as well as his expertise at blending musical scores with visual scenes for maximum impact.
If the executive producer ever lets him have his way, an episode may turn out somewhat decent.
marcia lynn walkerAs executive producer, co-director, and principle post-production editor of the series, marcia lynn walker brings her inexperience, non-conformist attitude and "do what you love" lifestyle to the screen by experimenting weekly, sometimes subtly, sometimes not so timidly.
The end result may cause laughter or gagging on your lunch -- we know it has both those effects on seasoned editors like Warren.
scott perezHosting the new weekly political segment, which he dubbed the "Strand's Grand Leadership", Scott is a Grand Strand area native genYer who, after college and serving in Iraq, returned to his hometown to raise his family.
Also running the Surfside politics website, Scott's obvious concern for his community, knowledge, and energy are a welcome addition to the myrtle beach TV family.
chris wardChris is a multi-faceted 20-something who's weekly schedule includes wearing the hats of a full-time realtor and broker-in-charge of Eagle Realty, a youth minister at his church, and a very talented performing singer/songwriter.
With all he has going on, Chris still finds time to catch a lot of the bands performing on the show, as well as conduct most of the interviews for the local musicians segments of the show.
bill normanWith over 35 years in broadcasting, Bill is the guy behind WNMB radio, "the sound of North Myrtle Beach."
Bill is an avid supporter of the North Myrtle Beach Humane Society, and a collector of classic and specialty Ford Mustangs and Ford Thunderbirds.
When he can fit it in his busy schedule, Bill conducts the giving back segment segments of the show.
cathy honeycuttCathy's a powerhouse of knowledge and talent at FOX TV and in Myrtle Beach. She doesn't talk much about herself, but from what we've glimpsed, she's an animal lover, an artist, an excellent businesswomen, a caring individual, and has the extraordinary gift of being noticeably welcomed by everyone at every type of gathering we've had the pleasure of also being present.
Cathy helps the show in a variety of ways too numerous to list.
"waterway phil" phillipsWaterway Phil, known to some as Phil Phillips of FOX TV, is an integral part of the television series known as the myrtle beach TV show. Driving around town in the show's car during the summer months, Phil coordinates many of the on-location shoots, and handles way, way too many details of the show to list here.
Let's just say, without Phil, we wouldn't have a show.
tesla walkerA large, proud, male four-legger, tesla walker helps out with a variety of tasks in the studio.
His main role, however, is to keep others from disturbing the time-critical editing process, a task at which he greatly excels.
He accomplishes this with just one paw, which he uses to easily bat away any interruptors trying to charge the studio during crunch time.
flip the banner fishFlip is another cast member with an integral role in the television series.
From his colorful, watery home in the SeaBlue Restaurant in North Myrtle Beach, Flip dutifully tugs the myrtle beach TV banner at the beginning of every episode.
Without the tireless dedication of Flip, there'd be no myrtle beach TV banner. At least not in his tank.
additional cast & occasional drop-ins
noah byrneWithout fail, Noah is a non-stop laughfest for us during both the shooting and editing process. We especially enjoy watching him whip out his mic around unsuspecting females in the crowd.
Although we find him totally hilarious, broadcast television isn't ready for a full blow of his humor. We do insert snippets of Noah here and there in the show -- but you need to check out the productions by horsehead businessman - which he is part of - on youtube - they're very well done.
adam justiceAdam (or Atom, depending on whether or not he's got a wig on his head and holding a guitar) is another naturally funny guy who's talents are evident both in front of and behind the camera. We enjoy shooting Adam and keep trying to look for reasons to have more drive-by shootings down that way. And, yep. A horseyhead.
If he's not throwing a theme party at Tequila Mockingbird, he's probably got a gig at another local club or he's touring with his band SharkLegs.
tiler brownTiler, also part of the Horsehead Businessman trio hailing from Tequila Mockingbird in Garden City, is one of those rare people who's truly fun be around, and who's at home both in front of and behind the camera.
Definitely one of the most entertaining and all around nicest guys we've met, we thoroughly enjoy chasing him around shooting him.
He's fun to shoot with a camera, too.
nathan "nate dawg" utzNate, drummer for 80-proof, previously signed with Epic/Sony as lead vocalist for the Blonz before the grunge movement swept American rock under the carpet. He's also a natural comedian, playing Skeeter each week at Dixie Stampede, and a gifted artist -- he gave up a partial scholarship to a prestigious art school to pursue the rock-n-roll dream. Just as John Powell, owner/manager of Pirates Cove in North Myrtle Beach found out, you never know what to expect if Nate decides to interview you!
cindy collinsCindy is the vivacious marketing manager of Dynamites at Dock Holidays at Vereens Marina in North Myrtle Beach.
A natural with a mic and in front of the camera, Cindy sometimes helps out and interviews bands between sets or after a show.
A music lover and friend to the musicians, Cindy works at one of the most beautiful venues for outdoor entertainment on the entire Grand Strand.
john zilinskyA Conway attorney, John is a venerable storehouse of local knowledge, having served and been involved with county government and the Conway Chamber for many years.
Always a great addition to any social gathering, John's the perfect guy to hand the mic to -- he can ask the most relevant question to just about anyone... Without the marvelous gray matter that tops off John Z on a shoot, Marcia reverts to asking everybody what they had for lunch.
wanna be part of the show?As new episodes will be produced weekly for over a year, we always welcome more contributors to the show. If interested, first read the suggestions in the join the show section, then contact us to tell us how you'd like to contribute.