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The picture below on the left shows Fred Saxon with The Four Seasons, in the 1960's while Fred was promoting the groups records. Those in the picture; from left, Joe Long, Tommy DeVito, Fred Saxon, Franki Valli, Bob Gaudio. The picture on the right was taken on June 7, 2014 and has Fred Saxon between two of the stars of the Clint Eastwood movie "Jersey Boys". On the left is Vincent Piazza who plays Tommy DeVito and on the right John Lloyd Young who plays Franki Valli. Very talented actors.
Fred Saxon with The Four Seasons 1968
Vincent Piazza, Fred Saxon, John Lloyd Young
Rest In Peace James Gandolfini
With Christian Bale, January 2013
With Ben Affleck, January 2013
Welcome to my World
Hollywood Sign Remodel
Where Fred's Work Has Been Seen
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Fred with Best Actor Jeff Bridges, Star of "Crazy Heart"
Fred with Colin Firth, star of "The King's Speech"
Cliff Robertson-He was a great guy
Sixto Rodriguez-Searching For Sugar Man
AMY ADAMS starring in "The Fighter"
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Who is Fred Saxon and What Has He Done?
(The Long Version)
Fred and Emmy
Fred Saxon has worked as an anchor, host, producer and reporter specializing in celebrity interviews, entertainment reporting, and movie reviews on television for more than 25 years. He has interviewed hundreds of Hollywood celebrities during the course of his career and has been awarded two EMMYS for outstanding achievement on television.
Fred began his television career with the ABC-TV affiliate in Atlanta, where he received the first of five EMMY nominations. After relocating to Los Angeles, Fred was personally selected by Ted Turner to be the original Hollywood-based entertainment reporter for CNN. He reviewed films and reported daily on the stars of Hollywood, attending numerous celebrity-related events every week. He also produced and hosted 90 weekly half-hour shows for Turner Broadcasting and CNN.
Fred's work has been seen on CBS, MSNBC, "Entertainment Tonight", "The Insider", FOX, MTV, E! and PBS.. Internationally, Fred was a featured contributor to “The Tonight Show” and “The Bert Newton Show” on the Nine Network of Australia, providing celebrity segments and features by satellite from Hollywood.
Fred Saxon has also worked as an actor in feature films with Tim Conway, Charles Bronson, Don Knotts, Jerry Lewis, and Jon Voight. He appeared on television in episodes of “Dallas”, “Mike Hammer” and “Divorce Court”. Fred was selected as a temporary replacement for Regis Philbin when Regis left his local show on KABC-TV for New York. After relocating to San Diego, Saxon worked as an actor on “Dark Skies” for NBC-TV, and “Silk Stalkings” for the USA network.
Fred has appeared in national television commercials for TWA and Chevrolet. He has also appeared in and produced numerous other national and regional radio and television commercials including direct response commercials and infomercials.
From 1991-2000 Fred Saxon was seen daily on KUSI-TV in San Diego, first on the “KUSI News at Ten”, then on the “KUSI Morning News”, the top-rated local morning television program. As entertainment anchor he interviewed celebrities, reviewed movies, and reported on Hollywood and the local arts community.
From September 2000 to June 2001, through his production company, Inside Entertainment, Fred produced and hosted 21 half-hour arts and entertainment programs, “CloseUP with Fred Saxon”, on KPBS-TV. Fred was also the producer and host of “Fred Saxon’s Inside Entertainment” which aired first on KPBS-TV, then on UPN 13 in San Diego.
XETV-FOX 6 was Fred’s most recent TV home. From February 2002 until Fall 2005 he was seen on “Fox In The Morning” and the Fox 6 10PM News, reviewing movies and interviewing celebrities. His morning segments were often the highest rated part of the program. Take a look at Fred On Fox by clicking here.
Since leaving local television Fred has been developing various projects, working on a book and a screenplay. He is currently available as an event speaker to share revealing and entertaining personal stories about his time with the stars.
Fred continues to provide film reviews for broadcast outlets, and on this website. He lives in San Diego with his wife Lori.