Manny Pacheco Tin Type   Manny Pacheco is currently a Southern California television and radio personality. His career has spanned over three decades. He co-hosted the Daytime Emmy-nominated In Studio on KCOP 13and appeared on NBC’s Santa Barbara. He’s moderated pledge drives on KCET. Manny had a principal role in Karaoke Fever, a documentary featured at the Los Angeles Film Festival in 2001. Pacheco received a Best Weblog accolade from the Los Angeles Press Club’s 54th Annual Southern California Journalism Awards

   Manny is a voice-over commercial actor, and clients have included FORD, GTE, ARCO, MILLER LITE and HONDAHe’s been a broadcaster in Los Angeles his entire career, working on KRLA, KFI, KBIG, and is currently heard on KNX. He also hosts FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD syndicated radio program on 90.1 FM KBPK, and a web-based visual podcast that streams on THERAPYCABLE CHANNEL.

   Manny Pacheco is a thirty four-year member of the  American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, Screen Actors Guild, and the youngest member of Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters. Manny wrote an article about his visit to the 2008 Screen Actors Guild Awards that appeared on LA and Karaoke Scene Magazine

   An Orange County, CA resident, Manny received his undergraduate degree at UCLA in Bachelor of Arts, Political Science. He lives in Cypress, CA.

   Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is the first paperback in a series of award-winning books. His latest literary work, Son of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History, was published in 2012.