Steve Garrin Bio
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Steve Garrin was the Producer/Talent Booker of Sunday Night Live with Joey
Reynolds (WABC/KABC Radio, 5 HD Camera Triple Cast on the Web) until the show
was cancelled in September of 2017. He is also an Author, Promoter, Voice Talent
and the founder of the highly acclaimed VoiceWorks® voiceover workshop.
Steve started in show business in 1986 as a performer, director, and producer of
voiceovers. He then moved on to producing, directing, recording, and editing radio
programs and Audio books on tape. Eventually, his company, VideoActive
Productions, (1991-2010) expanded to become a full-service digital audio-video
production and post-production house. In 1996 Steve was nominated for a GRAMMY
(editor) in the Audio Book Spoken word category. In 1997, Steve won an EMMY
Steve is proficient as a digital editor on the Sonic Solutions & Logic Pro 9 Digital
audio recording, editing, mixing and CD mastering systems, Media 100 & Final Cut X
digital video editing systems.
Some of Steve's video editing credits include Behind the Scenes, on George Benson’s
CD, "Absolute Benson", trailer for the soundtrack of "Before Night Falls", from Julian
Schnabel's Academy Award nominated film & Diana Krall & The London Symphony
Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios. He has edited film footage of vintage
performances for a DVD and marking Glenn Miller's centennial anniversary. Steve
has also worked on similar editing projects for Fats Waller, Artie Shaw and Duke
Ellington commemorative DVD's.
Steve recorded and produced interviews for Joe Franklin's WOR And Bloomberg
radio programs. Some of his other clients included: PBS, MTV, VH-1, TVLand, HBO,
A&E, NPR, Time Warner, AT&T, Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Cisco Systems, Acision,
Dover Audio, Simon & Schuster Audio, RCA/BMG/Arista, Universal Studios, and
Universal Music Group.
Steve wrote a screenplay along with co-writers, Rich Herschlag and the legendary
comedian, Pat Cooper. Entitled, "The Bodyguard's Bodyguard", it is based on the life
story of Tony Del Vecchio, the bodyguard of Jilly Rizzo (Frank Sinatra's bodyguard).
Steve was also the casting director for three independent films: "Big Apple",
"Committed" and "Shoe Store Romeo". He worked on the "Aristocrats" with Paul
Provenza and "Make 'Em Laugh" with Michael Kanter/PBS. He recorded, directed
and edited Broadway legend, Carol Channing reading her autobiography, "Just
Lucky, I Guess", A Memoir of Sorts". Steve's book, "Pat Cooper - How Dare You Say
How Dare Me", co-authored by Rich Herschlag, foreword by comic legend, Jerry
Lewis, published by Square One is available on and at fine book sellers
Steve has also been a businessman and a sales manager for various leading
companies in the restaurant and hotel industry.
He was a licensing partner of Joe Franklin's Comedy Club along with operating
partner, Dennis Riese of the Riese Organization. He produced a successful 18 month
run of "Vince Giordano and His Nighthawks Orchestra on Broadway", (GRAMMY
Award winners, HBO's Boardwalk Empire. Vince Giordano did the music for the last
nine Woody Allen movies, appears in and performs on the music soundtrack for
Scorcese's "The Aviator". Steve produced Rock concert events with his long time
friend and associate, Steven Van Zandt in NYC and Las Vegas. Steve is a voting
member of NARAS, NATAS. He is on honorary withdrawal from SAG & AFTRA.