Gayle Yiotis

Gayle Yiotis

Actor, Author, Producer and Researcher

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About Gayle

I'm, Gayle Yiotis, the producer of the show, Potluck: the anything and everything talk and entertainment TV show, and no, Potluck is not a cooking show (although that doesn't mean we won't have cooking segments), it's a talk show. I named it Potluck because you just never know what we'll dish up next on this show. We will interview interesting people from all walks of life in the DC Metropolitan area, and even beyond.

Gayle Yiotis is a local Washington, Maryland, and Virginia producer, director, writer and editor of Potluck: the anything and everything talk and entertainment TV show, and actress, known for National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007), The New World (2005), Bufferducken (2012), and Lives and Deaths of the Poets (2011). She has also appeared in the television show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."

My vocation is research and writing.

Innocents Abroad, published under Anonymous. Independently published 2017.
Edward Palmer: the Man and His Family. Independently published, 2017.
“The Powhatan,” in Native Peoples of the World, Steven L. Danver, ed., Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, (November 2012).
“Henry L. Dawes” in Treaties With American Indians. Edited by Donald Fixico. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC- CLIO, December 2007.
“William F. Cody ‘Buffalo Bill’” in Encyclopedia of American Indian History. Edited by Bruce Johansen and Barry Pritzker Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, August 2007.
A Research Guide to the Native American Collections in the National Anthropological Archives/Human Studies Film Archives. Privately published by the Smithsonian Institution Native American Repatriation Review Committee. Washington, DC: 2002.

Project Team Member for Native Language Preservation: A Research Guide for Establishing Archives & Repositories (2004–2005)



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