Two Girls One Mike
Beth's curious analytical nature is methodically channeled into her writing. When it comes to love their isn't a viewpoint she would forget to explore. Giorgio helps Beth move each idea and scene away from being another generic concept or shot. Instead every scene is approached on how they can stylistically make it fresh and unique, while still portraying the story.
Beth Hagendorf is an actor, TV host, writer, producer, and bikini fitness athlete. Beth is the executive producer and host of "Blown Away" that films January 2017 . She starred on Discovery’s TV series "Fire in the Hole” and hosted Velocity’s TV Series "Drifting with The All Stars”. She is also known for her bikini contests in fitness. She was inspired to create 2G1M by a growing consensus of friends who were frustrated and confused in their love lives. Beth also had a very objective stance on love. She herself has been single for six years and might be freezing her eggs...wtf, more about that on the show! Being passionate about sociology Beth knew she wanted to teach the world about love from a sociological viewpoint. She found by analyzing enough data and numbers real lessons and understanding could be applied to our love lives. Her unending curiosity fuels her creative energy. She is best known for her cute candor, expressive personality, and gift of gab. Beth attends Leslie Kahns Acting school and Groundlings improv. Her avant-garde quirkiness carries into her work. Though an unorthodox tomboy Beth is your classic kind genuine Texas girl and currently lives in Los Angeles.
Giorgio yes ands
Giorgio helps Beth move each idea and scene away from being another generic concept or shot. Instead every scene is approached on how they can stylistically make it fresh and unique, while still portraying the story.
Giorgio Daveed is a feature film producer, director, cinematographer and editor. He is owner of Giorgio Daveed Productions. Giorigio's creates a fresh and different visual experience for his audience. He has worked on feature films in the US, Europe, Russia and the former Soviet Republics. Giorgio is excited to make the artistic transition into televsion.
The Birthing of 2G1M
3 years ago Beth was asked, "If you could host any show, what would it be?" Meticulously thinking, Beth realized everyone around her was frustrated with their love lives. At the time she had a very objective stance on love. Beth knew she wanted to teach the world about love from a sociological viewpoint. She found by analyzing enough data and numbers real lessons and understanding could be applied to our love lives. Inspired by "Insomniac with Dave Atell's " her original idea was to travel around the world discussing all things love. She realized she needed a male co-host. Beth later hired a writer to help spin the show. The writer was inspired by "An Idiot Abroad " to create the threesome of "Two Girls One Mike". Giorgio and Beth immediatly knew her friend Naomi would be her perfect counterpart. Thankfully, Naomi agreed to do the show! The writer had suggested the actor that is cast as Mike would change his name to Mike on an episode. After auditioning numerous actors Giorgio and Beth's found Mike Rylander. Regardless of his name he was their man, it was truly meant to be! With the cast assembled it again changed the platform of the show. Mike wasn't necassarily an "Idiot Abroad," he brought so much more to the table their options became endless. Giorgio and Beth went back and forth, trying to determine which platform the show should use and what role each character would play to best sell the show. They just said f - it! Realizing that the subject matter should determine the platfrom of delivery and the actors roles. Therefore they would use a mix of platforms and mediums on the show. Similar to some of their TV hero's Penn Jillette, Teller, and Adam Conover.
2 books that helped Beth conceptualize the show:
- "Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace with Marriage" - a worldly study of marriage
- "There is No App for Happiness: How to Avoid a Near Life Experience" - a reality check on how to find joy and meaning in a modern culture