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Hit show “Scandal” star Columbus Short Featured in First Episode of New Web Series For Dads
Columbus Short, ak.a. “Harrison Wright” in ABC’s series “Scandal,” stars in an exclusive interview in “My Life As A Dad,” a web series featuring celebrity & professional athlete dads as a the new source for experienced & new dads alike
“My Life As A Dad” is produced and directed by acclaimed filmmaker Tommy Reid, best known for his work on the independent hit film “Kill the Irishman” and the 2014 Annie-Award-
Robert “Daddy” Nickell, deemed the “Daddy Expert,” is the host and executive producer. The father of seven is the author of hundreds of syndicated articles distributed across the U.S. and Canada and is also the founder of Daddy & Company, the hub for gift ideas for dads and home of his renowned ‘Daddy Scrubs.’
According to Nickell, “My Life As A Dad” was created to fill the void in support and guidance material for dads. “There are countless resources for moms at their disposal – from books and blogs to podcasts and shows, but dads are lacking the same resources geared toward their fathering needs,” Nickell said. “We wanted to create a lighthearted, man-to-man show where dads and parents can tune in and see how celebrities and professional athletes whom they look up to handle the trials, tribulations and thrills of fatherhood at every stage.”
Its first episode on YouTube places “Scandal” celeb Columbus Short in the hot seat of the Parent Family Network Studio, raising common questions for busy dads and finding what inspires him as a father. The show uncovers its guests’ parenting philosophies, revealing how they balance demanding professional careers with the responsibilities of being a dad as well as activities that strengthen the bond with their children.
Celebrity guests include Tom Arnold of “True Lies,” Eric Christian Olson of “NCIS: Los Angeles,” AJ Calloway, “Extra” correspondent, Kevin Frazier, co-host of “The Insider,” Chris Paul of the LA Clippers and USA Olympic basketball team and the “90210” and “Sharknado”
“We’re excited to become the support system for dads,” producer/director Tommy Reid said. “Our show is a refuge for fathers who can kick back, relax and tune in each week to hear from real dads who have advice to help guide them on their journey through fatherhood.”
February and March’s guests include NFL player Delanie Walker, NFL Pro Bowl tight end Marcedes Lewis of the Jacksonville Jaguars, actors Shadoe Stevens and Brian White, recording artist from American Idol James Durbin, and AVP stars/Olympians Casey Patterson and Jake Gibb. “I think a lot of dads will particularly enjoy finding out how their favorite pro athletes and celebrities feel about parenthood,”
My Life As A Dad is filmed in the Parent Family Network Studios in the South Bay area of Southern California. The set is designed for the expectant, new, active, and experienced dad. To get a behind-the-scenes look at the sets including the admired ‘Man Cave,’ check out the show’s trailer at http://youtu.be/
See Scandal’s Columbus Short’s episode at http://youtu.be/
About “My Life As A Dad”
My Life As A Dad is the first show of its kind to delve into the lives of celebrity and professional athlete dads to get the answers to important questions such as how they feel about being a dad; what their parenting philosophies are; how they balance their family life with their professional life, and in some cases how they relate their unique upbringing to being a dad today. My Life As A Dad captures fathers’ thoughts and heartfelt stories in their fatherhood experience from expected fathers to empty nesters.
My Life As A Dad is produced and directed by Tommy Reid, best known for Kill the Irishman and I know that Voice. Robert "Daddy" Nickell is the host and executive producer. Known as the “Daddy Expert,” Nickell has seven kids along with widely known syndicated articles are read across USA and Canada and is the founder of Daddy N Company, the hub for daddy gift ideas and the renowned Daddy Scrubs. To learn more, visit http://www.daddyncompany.com. For more information about “My Life As A Dad,” go to http://www.mylifeasadad.com.
Page Updated Last on: Mar 05, 2014