director and Emmy-winning writer Vince Waldron has written books,
(The Official Dick Van Dyke Show Book), plays, (American Splendor), and TV shows, ("The Simpsons"). With pop icon Ronnie Spector, Vince co-authored Be
My Baby: How I Survived Mascara, Miniskirts and Madness or My Life as a Fabulous
Ronette, which earned a spot on Rolling Stone's tally of "The 25 Best Rock and Roll Memoirs of All Time." He launched his theatrical career as a performer at Chicago's Second City, and is the creator and director of Totally Looped, the live stage show in which comedians improvise new dialogue to old movie clips they haven't seen in advance.
Vince has appeared as a TV history expert on numerous documentary specials and TV series, including A&E's "TV-Ography," MSNBC's "Headliners and Legends," "Inside TV Land," and The TV Guide Channel's "100 Moments That Changed TV." He was a special consultant on the Museum of Television and Radio's prime time special, "Great Television Moments: What We Watched."