FROM ALDA TO ZSA ZSA –VETERAN TV ENTERTAINMENT ANCHOR
HAS A THREE-DECADE TREASURE TROVE OF INTERVIEWS
Fred Saxon, the original Hollywood correspondent for CNN beginning in 1980, owns literally hundreds of various–length celebrity interviews that he’s packaged as “Hollywood Flashbacks.” After CNN Fred worked as a freelance journalist placing many of his interviews on domestic and international TV networks and affiliates. He went on to San Diego where he worked for network affiliates and attracted a large following. Over the years, Fred Saxon has worked as an anchor, host, producer and reporter specializing in celebrity interviews, entertainment reporting, and movie reviews. He has interviewed scores of legendary celebrities during the course of his career and he’s been awarded two EMMYS for outstanding achievement. Fred's work has been seen on CBS, MSNBC, "Entertainment Tonight", "The Insider", FOX, MTV, E! and PBS. Internationally, Fred was a featured contributor to “The Tonight Show” and “The Bert Newton Show” on the Nine Network of Australia, providing celebrity segments and features. A few of the hundreds of interviews Saxon has amassed are: Tom Hanks, Tony Curtis, Sandra Bullock, Robin Williams, Steve Martin, Peter Falk, Meryl Streep, Michael Caine, Denzel Washington, Bette Davis, Angelina Jolie, Bob Hope, Jack Lemmon, Jim Carey, Jimmy Stewart, Salma Hayek, Lauren Bacall, Morgan Freeman, Elizabeth Taylor, Fred Astaire and more.
“These priceless and historic interviews really add to the viewing experience when shown side-by-side with the actors’ older films,” said Saxon.