At Talent Talk Media we have become the top resource for aspiring talent from all
realms to access the information they need to jumpstart their career. From our online talk show and podcast, to our red carpet appearances, we interview local and international talent delivering valuable information and informative conversations that help serve them.
Talent Talk also does event shows. Do you have an art exhibit or a film premiere coming up? Maybe your local band is playing an event and looking for media coverage. Reach out to Talent Talk Media today and book us for your event. Red carpet interviews, event presentation/speeches and general event coverage is what we can offer.
Jamal Hill USA Paralympic Medal Winner
Kaitlan Stewart Talks PUSH on CBC
Jaime Hill Talks About Skinamarink and Her Role in the Film
Talent Talk Interview - Bo Svenson
Talent Talk Interview - Ayeshah Rose
Talent Talk Interview - Kevin Meeks
Talent Talk Interview - Satinder Kassoana
Erik Fellows chats about his role as Jimmy Starr on the film Starf*cker
"I had a great experience chatting with host Garry MacLean on Talent Talk. His channel lends a voice to talent to share their stories, and engage in meaningful dialogue and connection with the arts community. For insightful, fun and entertaining conversation I recommend Talent Talk to anyone to add to thier podcast playlists."
Yvonne Chapman, Actress (CW's Kung Fu)
The People of Talent Talk
Host | Producer | Creator
Garry is an actor, producer and writer. Starting as a background actor in 2011, Garry has spent the last several years taking workshops, building relationships and creating film/television content. As Garry built these relationships he realized how many extremely talented folks there were in the industry. It's through this realization that Garry decided there needed to be a local outlet for these talented people to voice who they are and what they can do. Hence the creation of Talent Talk.
Hello, And welcome to Chengis Javeri’s bio…As narrated by Chengis Javeri.
Chengis was born in the normal way in Pakistan in the 70s (when you can get away with such things). He then moved to London England and lived with who he assumes was his mother and father. Then he moved to Calgary Canada in 1980, where you have to be a cowboy to survive. Growing up he watched films, then owned the video store, and finally was in films.. that you haven't seen. Thank you for listening.
Cameraman | Editor
Jared graduated with honours from the film/video program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) and in the years since graduation has completed several short films, including an award winning documentary (Hooked), as well as a variety of other video projects.
He is currently at work co-writing a new web series with a fellow SAIT alumni, and is in the script stage on several new short films for possible production in the near future.