Trailer Trash
In a world where trailers are more popular than ever, comes a show that finally puts review in preview.  Trailer Trash showcases Hollywood's latest, and hopefully greatest, movie trailers.  Then based on the trailers, the hosts tell you whether they're going to HITCH or DITCH the movie.  Trailer Trash also has a team of correspondents who hit the streets to dissect everything that is coming soon to your Cineplex.  So grab some popcorn and enjoy the show!


Host Michael ColemanTrash Trash TrashHosts Michael Coleman & Bethany Dwyer

Michael Coleman – Host/Reviewer

Michael’s dark past includes sixteen years of professional improvisational comedy throughout New England and Los Angeles (with a three-year hiatus living in Japan and traveling various continents), a slew of sketch comedy and theater in Boston (including directing what wound up being the ‘second’ U.S. premiere of Clive Barker’s The History of the Devil), and studying under members of RADA and the Royal Shakespeare Company at Oxford… as well as film and television work of varying degrees (his “Untold Stories of the E.R.” episodes pop up on The Learning Channel late at night).  Michael can be seen bi-weekly in the Dungeon Master show in Hollywood, hosting the Special Effects Stages at Universal Studios Theme Park, and in never-ending repeats of “Blind Date.”  He’s the one with the mermaid.

Host Bethany DwyerTrash Trash TrashHosts Michael Coleman & Bethany Dwyer

Bethany Dwyer – Host/Reviewer

Born and raised on the south side of a small town called Chicago, Bethany Dwyer has had an itch for performing ever since she could spit up. She has studied acting and improv at Columbia College, The Groundlings, Annoyance Theater, and Carolyn Barry to name a few.  Performing is in her DNA. Bethany’s grandfather (Albert Klozik) acted with vaudeville legends like Red Skelton. And her great-uncle (Frank Sylvano) was a singer who performed with Bing Crosby, Isham Jones, and Fred Astaire.  Recently, Bethany has been working with independent film pioneer Henry Jaglom.  Bethany acted in his play, “Always, But Not Forever” along with a cast that included Noah Wyle and Judd Nelson.  She has also worked with other esteemed actors, Eric Roberts, Karen Black, and Joey Kern.  Bethany is not only a natural actor but is also a writer, artist, musician, photographer and stand-up comic. She is currently hosting the cutting edge comedy critique show, “Trailer Trash”.  Bethany’s observational and sweetly twisted sense of humor is capturing audiences across the nation.

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