Longtime Poison frontman Bret Michaels steps back into the limelight this week with a new iTunes single out featuring Miley Cyrus, of all people, on a power ballad called “Nothing to Lose.” His new album, “Custom Built,” is due in late spring, and he’s also in the cast of “The Celebrity Apprentice” season premiering March 14 on NBC. Copyright © 2010 Los Angeles Times
I worked as Post Production Supervisor with the talented Bret Michaels, who wrote and co-directed along with Marvin Baker, the feature film, “A Letter from Death Row,” starring Bret Michaels and Martin Sheen, which was released in 1988. The film is a psychological thriller and I highly recommend it.
I worked as Film Editor and Post Production Supervisor on the feature film, “Wishman,” directed by Mike Marvin, that included an uncredited appearance by Martin Sheen as a player on the NFL’s San Francisco Giants football team. I also appear, uncredited, as one of the players on the team. It’s interesting to note that John Paul DeJoria, of Paul Mitchell® Haircare Products fame, was Executive Producer.