As a producer, host and skilled interviewer, Christine Blackburn and her production company, Story Worthy Media, have produced over 450 episodes of her weekly show Story Worthy and dozens of live performances of her gameshow, Story Smash The Storytelling Gameshow! She is the author of the book “PIT To LAX: My Story Worthy Life” and she hosted Ready For The Weekend Movies on USA Network for 2 years. She has contributed many articles to the Huffington Post and is a 3 time MOTH Story Slam winner. She performs storytelling all over Los Angeles and has appeared in over 100 commercials. Christine enjoys being a mom, playing tennis, guitar, and eating sushi.
If you like The MOTH and This American Life you'll love Story Worthy, a lively show featuring true, personal stories told by Hollywood’s most interesting talents. Christine Blackburn hosts this weekly show who’s guests include Adam Carolla, Scott Ian, Dave Koechner, Randy Sklar, Sarah Colonna, Jordan Brady, Heather McDonald, Kelly Carlin, Dan O'Shannon, Ken Levine, Bobcat Goldthwait, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Toby Huss, Matt Oswalt, Phil Rosenthal, Dana Gould, Eddie Peppitone, Jen Kirkman, Teressa Strasser, Mindy Rickles, Jason Horton, Sugar Ray Leonard and many more talented comedians, writers and actors. New episode every Monday!
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For Christine Blackburn, the youngest of six kids growing up in Pittsburgh, the idea of living in Los Angeles and working in the entertainment industry seemed like a dream (or at least something you only saw on television). Instead she took a circuitous route—first as a flight attendant, then in the Peace Corps—with some unforeseen setbacks: a rare cancer diagnosis at age 31. With a survivor’s renewed sense of urgency, Blackburn finally found the courage to take the leap to Los Angeles and pursue her life as a performer, or at least... as a contestant on The Dating Game. PIT to LAX: My Story Worthy Life is a series of memories about loving, losing, and letting go, which will inspire you and stay with you long after you’ve left its last pages.