Actor Dawna Lee Heising Is Honored to Be Inducted into the WorldFilmGeek Hall of Fame Actors Diane Franklin, Mark Patton, and Dawna Lee Heising Have Been Inducted into the Prestigious WorldFilmGeek Hall of Fame
Noted film reviewer and interviewer WorldFilmGeek interviewed actress Dawna Lee Heising on February 22, 2023. At the end of the interview, he announced that Heising would be the third inductee into his prestigious WorldFilmGeek Hall of Fame. Please check out the WorldFilmGeek interview with Heising at:
“I am very excited and thankful to be inducted into the WorldFilmGeek Hall of Fame! Albert and I have been friends since he reviewed “Finding Purpose: The Road to Redemption” in 2020, and he is an incredible film reviewer and interviewer,” said Heising. She adds, “It is such an honor privilege to be entering the WorldFilmGeek Hall of Fame after established stars and legends Diane Franklin and Mark Patton. This amazing award will inspire me to do everything I can to live up to this fantastic honor!”. Heising is represented by Diana Carter of Arykas and Ybots PR/MGMT, Joseph Williamson, Tony DeGuide of Windy City Films, Doug Lito, and Rosalind Rosa of Jager Campbell Talent Management.
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Born and raised in New York, Albert Valentin earned his B.A. in Film Studies from Mercy College. Around the time he was in college, he began writing for films, at first focusing on martial arts films and Asian cinema, which led to a stint in both online and print (UK-based publications Screen Power and Jade Screen). In 2008, Albert joined the staff of the now-defunct KungFuCinema.com, which earned him a place in the 2013 Honor Roll at the Martial Arts History Museum Hall of Fame. Since 2015, he has become known as the WorldFilmGeek, focusing on global and primarily independent cinema, which has given him the opportunity to interview actors and filmmakers from all over the world.