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Car-Free News Personality Anchors "Metro Motion" TV Show Which Receives LA Area Emmy® Nomination
Tamara Henry has anchored the Greater Los Angeles Area TV show "Metro Motion" since 2005, and walking her talk, living Car Free in auto-centric Los Angeles since 2001. This year the eco transpo show receives a Los Angeles Area Emmy® Nomination.
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Behind the scenes snapshots from Episode 33: http://www.facebook.com/
Tamara was wearing recycled jewelry from Twisted Silver from Doris Bergman's Emmy Gifting Suite!! http://www.facebook.com/
"Green T" was at Move LA's roundtable discussion on the status of Measure R and L.A.'s transformation around public transportation called Conversation 3. She went there to cover the event as well as declare July 16 & 17 a car-free weekend in Los Angeles, as she has been CAR FREE for 10 years while living in Los Angeles.
Tamara's GreenTwithTamara.TV creative partner Kevin Carr just won a Daytime Emmy for Technical Directing for General Hospital.
Tamara Henry and her co-anchor Joe McDonald appeared in an ad on the buses for five months between January 2012 and May 2012: http://www.facebook.com/
Tamara Henry and her co-anchor Joe McDonald appeared on a reality TV show the same week the nomination was announced. The national comedy reality TV star went on the show as an "ex beauty queen" in need of a transformation and won $4000 in cash and $2000 in prizes on RuPaul's Drag U only on LOGO July 9, 2012.
Tamara and Joe will also be presenters at the Emmys. They will present for Sports Series - Programming.
Also in July 2012, Tamara's 2010 Oscar Shortlist documentary Unbeaten (narrated by Dan Aykroyd) was named one of the Top Ten Olympic Films of all time by TIME Magazine. Tamara is a film producer for her company Vanilla Fire, which has a new military film called Until They Are Home (narrated by Kelsey Grammer) qualifying for 2013 Oscar Consideration for the 85th Academy Awards. Until They Are Home is the sequel to the film Return To Tarawa: The Leon Cooper Story (narrated by Ed Harris) which aired for four years on the Discovery Network's Military Channel. Tamara was born at Ft. Belvoir while her father served our country in Intelligence at the Pentagon and received the Bronze Star for ground operations against hostile forces.
What's her secret to success? She takes time in her busy career to lighten up and have some fun with comedy! From "Metro Motion"'s green trivia to her own Environmentally Incorrect: