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JUDITH BISHOP

        

Information

Contact

Applegate Agency Models and Talent (FL)
(305) 619-0124

Attributes

Height
5'3"
Weight
125 lbs
Gender
Female
Hair
Blonde
Hair Length
Shoulder
Eyes
Brown

Sizes

Dress
6
Pants
8
Shoe
8.5
Bust
34
Cup Size
DD
Waist
29
Hip
37

Photo

Skills

General Sports
  • BOATING
Swimming
  • BREAST STROKE
  • ,
  • FREESTYLE
  • ,
  • SWIMMING, GENERAL
Dance
  • BALLROOM
  • ,
  • CLUB/FREESTYLE
  • ,
  • SWING
  • ,
  • WALTZ
Improvisation
  • IMPROV, GENERAL
  • ,
  • SKETCH
Languages
  • FRENCH
  • ,
  • ITALIAN
Dialects
  • NEW YORK / BROOKLYN
  • ,
  • SOUTHERN
Miscellaneous Skills
  • HOSTING
  • ,
  • PILATES
  • ,
  • TELEPROMPTER
Cycling
  • CYCLING, GENERAL

Other Experience

Film: "Miami Love Story" Supporting Role//Fanny Back"Title Role//"War Dogs" Extra
Theater: "Roses" Co-Star Micro Theater
Corporate Video: Above Asset Investments
Print: Ilona Wig Catalogue
Acting Classes: Miami Acting Studio Ralph Kinnard
Workshops: CJ Bornacelli Universal Casting//Lori Wyman Casting//Actors Green Room NYC//Atlantic Theater Compnay NYC
Ms. Bishop was an on-air Contributor reporting on the arts for NPR/WLRN in Miami. She covered theater and museums. In recent years, she also produced television features on the arts for PBS/WLRN.
Earlier in her career at CNBC, Ms. Bishop was in charge of high profile political programs and talk shows hosted by Tim Russert, Dick Cavett, and Al Roker. She also coordinated the launch of HARDBALL with Chris Matthews. About thirty of the programs she produced at CNBC are now part of the permanent archives at The Paley Center, formerly known as The Museum of Television and Radio.
Ms. Bishop covered three Democratic National Conventions and campaign swings by Presidential, Senatorial, and Gubernatorial candidates in New York and New Jersey.
She started her career in 1975 as a television Anchor and Reporter at a Wometco owned cable station in New Jersey where she covered politics and business news.
From 1981-1987, she was a Producer at WABC TV EYEWITNESS NEWS in New York, the top rated newscast in the number one market in the country. She also produced a Sunday morning political program EYEWITNESS NEWS CONFERENCE.
In addition, Ms. Bishop wrote, produced, and directed documentaries for WNET/PBS in New York and for syndication by CNBC.
At COURT TV, she also produced documentaries, served as Executive Producer of taped trial coverage, and created prime time specials hosted by Catherine Crier, Dominick Dunne, and Rikki Klieman.
Judith Bishop is a member of the Writers’ Guild of America and has judged News and Documentary Awards for the Guild as well as Emmy Awards competitions for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Ms. Bishop is the recipient of two Associated Press Awards and volunteered in the Miami Press Office of the 2004 and 2008 Democratic Presidential Campaigns.