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Arizona Storytellers: Tony Felice
KJZZ is partnering with the Arizona Republic to bring you the Arizona Storytellers project on the radio. Storytellers in Phoenix share their stories at live events in town. Some of the stories are about living here, some are not.
From a young age, Tony Felice wanted to be an actor. But when he was 29-years-old, he found himself living on Park Avenue in New York and working as a marketing director. He was loving life and having fun. But then one day, as Tony puts it, he was facing middle age and wanted topursue his dreams. So he left New York and champagne for Hollywood and ramen noodles. His first acting job was as a waiter on the TV show Lois & Clark.
Tony Felice is the president of Tony Felice PR and Marketing in Phoenix.
The next storytelling event is Tuesday, July 19 at the Mesa Arts Center's Piper Theatre. To learn more about the Arizona Storytellers project or how to tell your own story, visit storytellers.azcentral.com.