10:08am PT Suzy Cohen, Author and Pharmacist
Suzy Cohen, America’s Pharmacist has been a licensed pharmacist for 23 years and is a functional medicine practitioner. She devotes time to educating folks about the benefits of natural vitamins, herbs and minerals. In addition to writing a syndicated health column, “Dear Pharmacist,” which circulates to 20 million readers each week, Suzy Cohen is the author of several best-selling books on natural health, AMONG THEM: The 24-Hour Pharmacist (Collins 2007), Diabetes Without Drugs (Rodale 2010), Drug Muggers (Rodale 2011) and Eczema: Itchin’ for a Cure. You may have seen her on The Dr. OZ Show (4 times), The View, The Doctors, 700 Club or Good Morning America Health.
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• The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM)
• The Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM)
• The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M)
American Pharmacist’s Association (APhA)
International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS)
The Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine (ACIM)
Random fact: In 2009, Suzy was selected as one of “Florida’s Most Intriguing Residents” and her articles and quotes have appeared in magazines such as Woman’s Day, Reader’s Digest, OK Magazine!, First for Women, Fitness, Natural Health and Better Homes & Garden and dozens more.
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11:08am PT – Tony Danza
As a youngster, Anthony Iadanza never dreamed of an acting career. The New Yorker from Brooklyn instead envisioned himself the next Rocky Graziano. Changing his name to “Dangerous” Tony Danza, he entered the New York Golden Gloves in 1975. Shortly afterward, on Aug. 13, 1976, he started his professional boxing career. Fighting as a middleweight, Danza became a crowd favorite for his walk-in slugging style. He compiled a record of 9-3 with nine knockout victories, seven in the first round. It was during a gym workout that he was discovered for the part of “Tony Banta” on the TV show, “Taxi” (1978). Danza still had hopes of being a world champion and scored knockouts in 1978 and 1979 but, unable to secure a title shot, retired from boxing to dedicate himself totally to his acting career.
Derek Hough at 11:39am
Derek Hough is an American dancer and choreographer. Holding a world champion title in Under 21 Latin American Dance, Hough has appeared since September 2007 (seasons 5–11 and seasons 13–16) on the hit U.S. television series Dancing with the Stars, where he is the only four-time champion in the show’s history (with Brooke Burke, Nicole Scherzinger, Jennifer Grey and Kellie Pickler), two time finalist (with Ricki Lake and Shawn Johnson), three-time semi-finalist (with Jennie Garth, Joanna Krupa, and Maria Menounos), and a quarter-finalist (with Lil’ Kim).
Hough has earned five Creative Arts Primetime Emmy nominations for Outstanding Choreography for his work on the show. The first one was in 2009 when he shared a nomination with his younger sister Julianne Hough for their Jive routine to “Great Balls on Fire”. The second and third ones were in 2010; one as choreographer for his Futuristic Paso Doble routine to “Living on Video” (danced with Joanna Krupa on season nine) and his Quickstep routine to “Anything goes” (danced with Nicole Scherzinger on season ten) and one shared with Chelsie Hightower for their Paso Doble routine to “Malaquena”. The last two ones for 2013 are still pending; one as choreographer for his Quickstep routine to “Hey Pachuco”, his Mambo routine to “Para Los Rumberos” (both danced with Shawn Johnson on All-stars season 15) and his routine to “Walking On Air” (danced with Jaimie Goodwin on season 16) and one shared with Alison Holker for their two contemporary routines to “Heart Cry” (danced with Alison Holker, Melanie Moore, Jessica Lee Keller and Katherine McCormick on season 16) and to “Stars” (danced with Brilynn Rakes on season 16).
Steffanie Busey, Hypnotherapist and wife of Gary Busey
Steffanie Busey is a native of the Hollywood Hills, California. She holds a Bachelors degree in Science from California State University Northridge and worked as a Certified Public Accountant after graduating. Discovering very early that accounting was definitely not her calling, she began to study acting at various academies around Hollywood including the Stella Adler Academy of Acting, Leslie Kahn and Co, and she is also a graduate from the Joane Baron – DW Brown Studio where she studied the Meisner technique.
Steffanie always intrigued by meta-physics and the mind, decided to become a Certified Hypnotherapist. She is a graduate from the Hypnosis Motivation Institute and is also a Certified Past Life Regression Therapist, Certified in Imagery for Life Passages, a Certified Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming, a Certified Practitioner in Time Line Therapy, a Certified Practitioner of Meta Physical Body Syndromes, and a Certified Handwriting Analyst.
Steffanie was the staff hypnotherapist at a renowned Addiction Treatment Center in Malibu and
now holds a private practice. Steffanie uses therapeutic hypnosis, and motivational coaching
techniques to assist her clients to access their own inner genius, in order to create meaningful, fulfilling lives. Utilizing a holistic approach focused on personal empowerment, Steffanie helps her clients coordinate mind, body and spirit to actively pursue and achieve their goals.
CERTIFICATIONS: Certified as a Hypnotherapist by the Hypnotherapists Union Local 472. Certification Number: AL011640 Certified Past Life Regression Therapist Certified in Imagery for Life Passages Certified Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming Certified Practitioner of Time Line Therapy Certified Meta-Physical Body Syndromes Practitioner