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The Staci Harris Show!

Tuesdays @ 5:30 PM PST

Hosted by Staci Harris, Wesley Jonathan and JT Jackson

Staci HarrisStaci Harris
From the mic to the silver screen, Staci Harris is mesmerizing! Acting, Hosting, Writing and Modeling; she does it all. At the tender age of five she knew entertainment was in her blood! After studying mass communications in her hometown of Houston, TX she left and headed for the bright lights of Hollywood.

Six years later she is still going strong, although the grind hasn't been easy. Staci, has been fortunate and has worked her way into working with and interviewing some of the biggest names in Hollywood…such as superstar comedian Kevin Hart, actor and comedian Marlon Wayans of the iconic “Wayans Bros”, the legendary Smokey Robinson, from ABC’s hit show “Scandal”, Columbus Short, “Fresh Prince’s” Tatyana Ali, Gloria Govan from VH1’s hit show “Basketball Wives La” and video and film director Bryan Barber just to name a few.

Currently, Staci's hilarious and over the top personality has taken her to radio where she has just begun her own show entitled, "The Staci Harris Show." Along with her co-host from classic urban films like, “Roll Bounce” and hit television shows such as, “What I Like About You”…. “City Guys” and currently starring in TV Lands new comedic series, “Soul Man” veteran actor Wesley Jonathan. In addition funny man and actor best known for commercial campaigns such as, Sonic, Smirnoff and Burger King, JT “Action” Jackson co-hosts as well.

This witty, clever and highly entertaining trio along with their weekly celebrity guest is geared to keeping the public up to date on their favorite stars and events in a fresh and irreverent way! Their motto “You were thinking it…we said it!” Staci Harris also corresponds and models for celebrity jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills and Ethno NightLife, the Urban Lifestyle Marketing Division of Ethno Multimedia Group. Next on her list is the debut of her book "Girl, Am I Trippin' Or Is He?" So, stay tuned for all this lady is doing, because she's definitely taking it to the moon!

Wesley JonathanWesley Jonathan
Moving seamlessly between comedic and dramatic roles in both television and film since he was a young child, Wesley Jonathan has an impressive range of acting talent. In addition, he’s a gifted and accomplished dancer and athlete. He has starred in countless movies, television shows and commercials.

He made his television debut at the tender age of eight appearing on the long running Fox series "21" Jump Street". He was a series regular on The WB's top-rated sitcom, "What I Like About You" (Amanda Bynes and Jennie Garth), and the syndicated Teen NBC series "City Guys". Since then, he has guest starred and recurred in some of the most popular shows on television including hit series "NCIS", "Cold Case", "90210", "CSI: Miami", as well as many others.

Wesley can next be seen as a series regular in TV Land’s “Hot in Cleveland” spinoff, “The Soul Man” starring Cedric the Entertainer. Wesley recently completed starring in the feature film “Cobu 3D", which adds to his already impressive list of film credits. These include, "Speed Dating", "The Effect", “Remember the Daze”, "Crossover", "Roll Bounce", and "The United States of Leland". Mr. Jonathan is also a producer and star of the Feature “Dysfunctional Friends” starring Stacey Dash and Terrell Owens. He also recently starred in David E. Talbert’s play for BET, “What Goes Around Comes Around”. Wesley’s talent is not limited to being in front of the camera. He has also ventured into the world of producing. The first of many was a successful Top X Calendar created to help raise money for The City of Hope Cancer Center. He always finds time to give back to the community, especially to causes which benefit children.

The many charity events he has participated in include: NSYNC's Annual Challenge For The Children (Several consecutive years), Magic Johnson's Midsummer Night Magic Youth Mardi Gras, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation, Joe Torry's Celebrity Basketball Challenge, the National Urban League's Youth Summit, Team Kool Green and the 100 Black Men of Cleveland's computer literacy campaign and KTLA's Kids Day LA. A man of many talents, with a great personality, twenty years of an amazing range of work and a charitable heart, this is definitely more than a star on the rise; this is a great man in the making.


JT JacksonJT Jackson
JT Jackson was born and raised in Saint Louis, Missouri and from a city called U. City. Joined the United States Navy right out of high school to get to the west coast so he can pursue an acting career. JT Jackson moved to Los Angeles in 2003. And booked his first big job with a Bacardi Campaign playing as the character "Cola" the campaign went on for three years.

Bowling fans across America may be more familiar with veteran PBA West Region competitor J.T. “Action” Jackson than they realize. That’s because Jackson is a professional actor who bowls. Or, depending on how you look at it, a professional bowler who also has a successful acting career.

The Sherman Oaks, Calif., resident who bowled in the PBA Tournament of Champions as a PBA West Region title winner, has been featured in numerous national television commercials and television series. He currently is appearing in commercials for Honda and computer company CDW with retired NBA star Charles Barkley. He formerly was featured prominently in UPS’ “Logistics” campaign where he played the part of a warehouse manager.

Other appearances have included feature roles in commercials for Smyrnoff, Denny’s, Turbo Tax, Discover Credit Card and Sonic. He’ll also be appearing in an independent film called “Bud Z” which opens in selected theatres on Friday, April 13. While more movie and television work will be in his future, his focus this week was on the TOC.

“I was lost last year, but I’m constantly learning,” the eight-year PBA member said. “My main focus lately has been learning more about the layouts for drilling. I’m also continually working on my arsenal of equipment so I can take advantage of the best times of when to use plastic, urethane or resin.

” Jackson began bowling in 2003 when he, comedian Kevin Hart and several other comedians went bowling for a night of fun which quickly turned into some “action bowling” for $20 a frame. From that point, he earned his nickname and bowling became a passion which resulted in his first PBA regional title in 2010.