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David Sunshine: A Novel of the Communications Industry

Wilson, Morrow

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ISBN 10: 1477251898 / ISBN 13: 9781477251898
Published by AuthorHouse, 2012
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Title: David Sunshine: A Novel of the ...

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Publication Date: 2012

Book Condition:As New

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When blond, blue-eyed, broad-shouldered, college football hero T. J. Brinkman leaves Sweet Dreams, Arkansas, to make his name and fame in the world of big city television, he is lucky enough to find employment with the industry's most prominent and highly regarded producer, David Sunshine, widely considered the brightest hope for television's future. A media darling considered the best in the business by people who accept his public image, David Sunshine in real life immediately proves himself a far cry from the public's, the media's, and T.J. Brinkman's naive and gullible assessments of him. What happens when T.J's innocence and idealism clash with David Sunshine's egotism and opportunism is at times hilarious, at other times heart-breaking. Filled to overflowing with characters who range from fragile to cruel to beautiful to eccentric, David Sunshine re-creates a world gone by and tells the story of how it really was as television began to decline from its Golden Age into a far more cynical industry. David Sunshine is best described as "a comedy of substance" In depicting the American television industry of the 1960's, it is as accurate as it is funny.

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Morrow Wilson received his first rejection slip at age 14 and his first payment for his writing at 17. Since then his occupations have included novelist, playwright, columnist, reviewer, actor, singer, producer, broadcasting, publishing and advertising executive. Plus the survival jobs associated with being a Renaissance Man centuries after the Renaissance. In the world of television he was the first associate producer of David Susskind's talk show; then an independent producer of high quality TV, radio, stage and cabaret; and finally served as production chief of the CBS Cable Television Network. In the world of acting, he has won numerous awards and been cast in more than 100 New York City stage productions as well as in feature, independent and TV films, primetime television, six New York soap operas, many commercials and he has played the Algonquin's supper club to friendly reviews. He is a Lifetime Member of The Actors' Fund of America, this country's oldest theatrical charity and a Board Member of The Players, this country's oldest theatrical and literary social club. A widower, he currently makes his home in New York City with two cats, both named after Shakespearean heroines. David Sunshine is his second published novel.

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