Sunday, June 27, 2021

June 29th -STARTING AT 6PM EST/3 PST Featuring HOST Dr Randall George Nozawa & Specal Guest Cecil Glenn Actor | Voiceover Artist | Platinum-Selling Rapper | Motivational Speaker | SEO Specialist | Publicist


JUNE 29th at 6 PM East Coast/3PM West Coast
To Call into Speak to Dr. Randall Nozawa use these numbers
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June 29th

  TONIGHT - Special Honored Guest  



DC Glenn

Actor | Voiceover Artist | Platinum-Selling Rapper | Motivational Speaker | SEO Specialist | Publicist

Atlanta, Georgia

I am a professional actor and voice over artist with an endless desire to entertain. I love making people feel excited, connected, and more alive. It’s what I’ve done for decades as a hip-hop artist in the multi-platinum 90s rap duo, Tag Team, and today, it’s what I continue to do but on a very different type of stage.

I started acting in the fall of 2017. It took one acting class to reel me in; about ten minutes of improv exercises, and I knew this was what I wanted more than anything I’ve ever worked at. From there, I embarked on years of intensive training to hone my craft. Transitioning from the world of music to film was a wild journey. But at root, I’m a student of nostalgia and culture, a bona fide historian of feel-good moments, and I’ve always been able to draw upon the essence of human experiences to deliver performances that people can’t stop coming back to.

I worked with some of the best acting and voiceover coaches in Atlanta, including Eileen Kimble, Barbara Divisek, and Ray Bengston, mastered the art of improv, and accomplished the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life: peeled back the ego, the persona, all of it, to reveal my most authentic voice.

Acting work strips you down to your bare bones. You have to be yourself in its truest form to play a character, or you’re not believable. But this is where the magic lies. Acting is raw. It’s challenging. And, it’s how I can best connect with the world.

In 2020, I started acting in films, doing voice over work in Atlanta, and appearing in television commercials, including the wildly successful Geico commercial, “Scoop…There It Is!” It was viewed nearly 15 million times on YouTube and is recognized as one of the most popular Geico commercials of all time.

Along with my Tag Team partner Steve Gibson, I’ve sold over 7 million copies of our 90s hit song, “Whoomp…There It Is!”, hit 16 consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard sales charts, and my music has appeared in over 20 television show episodes or major motion pictures including Elf, Rio, and Addams Family Values. I’ve performed for audiences across the globe and have taught other greats how to rap, including Russi Taylor and Wayne Allwine, the legendary voices of Walt Disney’s Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse.

Represented by the People Store, an AFTRA-ATA talent agency based in Atlanta, I am currently open to acting roles and voice over projects. I also help others achieve their dreams through my work as a motivational speaker. I specialize in playing small roles in big movies, elevating the energy of every project I’m a part of, and inspiring the future by evoking nostalgia for the good vibes of the past. If you share an unrelenting work ethic and a passion for uplifting the human spirit through entertainment, reach out.

DC The Brain Supreme of Tag Team



Randall George Nozawa 
His World Radio Show
"Be The Change"

Dr Randall George Nozawa

A Look at Our World through the 

Heart of Dr. Randall 
What About the Doctor 

The Doctor was Blinded after two tragedies,

Nozawas will to live a full life continues undeterred

The Doctor is living proof that a person can do everything right only to suffer horrific events that

stymied decades of hard work and left him blind. The two most gruesome tragedies he suffered would make the fire-breathing Godzilla buckle in bitterness. Not Nozawa. He’s grateful just to be alive.

Japanese, Nozawa had played high school football in Honolulu and later became a professional body builder. When he moved to Washington, the muscle-bound Nozawa enrolled at the University of Washington’s dental school, studied hard and faithfully graduated. Yet years later, after opening a handful of dental clinics, when he could finally afford the lifestyle he had always wanted, a tree came crashing down and foiled all his best-laid plans.

It was the first of two tragic events that would change his life forever.

During his resultant and prolonged stay in the hospital, and as he took a year to learn to walk again, his wife Debra Nozawa hired temporary dentists to keep the clinics open. Yet when the businesses performed poorly under the temporary staff’s care, family finances plummeted and with all of his medical bills accumulating, Nozawa felt he needed to return to work.

That’s when Nozawa realized he could not perform his dental duties to the high standard that he was accustomed. Even with assistive devices for the seeing impaired, he felt his dentistry skills were now sub-standard and that’s why he closed his clinics.

But you'd probably think to yourself " Man that guy has been through it all "

But Nope here's the Number 2 Opportunity

Caught in the middle of the couple’s domestic violence incident one fateful night, John William Branden first shot his wife, Turid Lee Bentley, dead then shot Nozawa in the head from 12 inches away before finally shooting himself. The crime shocked the community of Gig Harbor where it occurred, and received its due amount of attention in area newspapers. Looking back on it, Nozawa said that getting shot feels like thumping your forehead with the heel of your hand – it does not hurt. He did not yet know that the bullet had shattered and bore a hole through his palate, destroying molars, nearly severing his tongue, and destroying his only eye. All he knew was that he could not see and he was bleeding.

Missing both eyes, Nozawa has had to get used to moving about indoors and out. Shortly after the shooting and recovery, he realized that he desperately needed help learning to navigate so he signed up for Washington State’s Department of Services for the Blind.

At blind school, Nozawa stayed in an apartment offered through the Orientation and Training Center, in South Seattle. There he learned how to maneuver with a cane, how to find addresses, cross the street safely and navigate a kitchen, among other things.

These days Nozawa has global plans for his business, Transformational Kaizen Institute for Personal Freedom.
( ) Indeed, he works by phone and offers advisement over the Internet to clients from all around the world. He advises businesses in employee development and retention, in meeting long-term goals and in growth.

My signature program is a nine-step success blueprint that I have named Transforming Adversity Into Opportunity (TAIO),” Nozawa said. “This is the success formula that I use with small and large businesses alike, for those who want to become entrepreneurs and for those who want to succeed in personal growth.”

Regarding his home life, Nozawa is just grateful that his family has stuck by him. “My wife Debra had to do a lot after I was in the car wreck and again after getting shot,” he said. “We went from awfully rich to rock-bottom penniless and almost homeless.”

Debra Nozawa now owns The Ruston Chapel, for weddings and social events. She is also the executive manager of Picasso Catering in Tacoma.

Dreams do really come true, but you have to believe it before you can see it,” he said. He has made his own dreams come true by helping others pursue their life aspirations. In his free, 14-page book “Precipice of Potential,” which can be downloaded from his website at, Nozawa asks provocative questions to help readers examine their own lives more closely like “What do you do that fills you with joy and excitement?” When is the last time that you gave, something, anything, freely without expecting anything in return?” “What did you do with your last 20 dollars?” Certainly food for thought.
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