A Hollywood True Crime Podcast covering Mark Ebner's "How I got those stories" stories.
Mark Ebner is an American journalist and New York Times bestselling author who has covered all aspects of celebrity and crime culture for Spy, Rolling Stone, Maxim, Details, Hustler, Los Angeles Magazine, Premiere, Salon, Spin, Radar, The Daily Beast, Gawker, BoingBoing, Esquire and New Times.
He has produced for and/or appeared as a commentator on NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, A&E, DiscoveryID, Comedy Central, REELZ, Showtime, The History Channel, Channel 4 (UK), National Public Radio, Court TV, TruTV, "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" "The Today Show," "The Early Show," "Out Front with Erin Burnett," "Anderson Cooper 360," "Fox & Friends," Inside Edition," "Hard Copy," "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn," and "Crime Watch Daily."
Ebner also consulted on the Trapped in the Closet episode of South Park for Comedy Central, and for NBC/Dateline on “The Paris Hilton Tapes." He hosted the crime show “Rich and Reckless” for TruTV, and was a featured guest on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." More recently, he is featured in the top-ranked Hulu documentary, "God Forbid," and he co-authored "Off The Deep End: Jerry and Becki Falwell and the Collapse of an Evangelical Dynasty" with Giancarlo Granda for William Morrow. His other books include the NY Times bestseller Hollywood,Interrupted, Poison Candy, Being Uncle Charlie, We Have Your Husband, and the Hollywood true-crime saga, Six Degrees of Paris Hilton.
Producer Mickey Ramos is a veteran TV Producer & Mark's friend of over 20 years. Mickey and Mark met at Comedyworld.com, a hybrid terrestrial & Internet radio dot com that crashed and burned in 2001.
Mickey has produced television for Netflix, National Geographic Channel, Disney, Fox, TBS, MTV, Discovery, OWN, TLC, Paramount Channel, Spike TV and others.
Mickey has also done voices for 'South Park' the TV show and video games, being one of the few people that has killed Kenny. You can also find her picture hanging on Chef's cafeteria wall as the 'Fruits are Fun' poster child.