Hi, I’m Bobby

I’m a writer, host, and filmmaker in Los Angeles.

I’m a former college and pro baseball player. I used to live in North Carolina (yes, that is NASCAR country, and yes, I have a favorite driver). I graduated from Davidson College and the University of North Carolina.

I refuse to focus on one subject in writing, hosting, or filmmaking. That’s boring and repetitive. To put it mildly, my interests are varied.

I’ve made a feature-length documentary on LA’s infamous homeless population on Skid Row. It was an incredible project and I want to tell more stories of underserved and vulnerable people in Los Angeles.

Currently, I’m finishing a documentary on a seven-year old boy who beat leukemia, and another on aspiring young actors new to Los Angeles. Once, I made a music video of a bluegrass song, for a rock band, on an electronic music album.

I host shows about the Kardahsian family (I know, I know). Because everyone always asks, Bruce is my favorite. And I used to like Kourtney, but after the latest spin-off in the Hamptons where she flew off the deep end, I… uhh… I think I should stop now.

I’ve hosted political talk radio shows (super serious), game shows (super loony), talk shows (super improv), and sports debate shows (super… debate-y?). My first hosting gig was a health show in Charlotte, way back in 2010, for their PBS TV station. It’s been a journey.

I write irreverent (and sometimes funny!) political, entertainment, and pop culture content for HUSTLER Magazine. Yes, that HUSTLER Magazine. I also write in-depth analyses on Major League Baseball and its players. If you’re a baseball fan, you should tweet me because we’ll be fast friends.

I’m currently writing a piece on a group of people following a 100-year old unsolved murder, and I’m always looking for stories. Know anyone?

I took acting classes when I first got to Los Angeles, because I think that’s what you’re supposed to do, right? Actually, it provided me some cool opportunities to work on interesting projects, but I’m probably not the next Matt Damon. More like… Ben Affleck. Yeah, that’s the one.

When I’m not doing all that, I’m on Venice Beach with my dog, Dakota. Or sleeping. Or watching the Kardashians. Because I can’t just give up on them now!

Since you’re still reading, you now see that I wasn’t kidding about varied interests. I can hop from a serious documentary to a silly hosting gig (and I do it all the time!). Why limit yourself, right?

Whether it’s hosting, reporting, writing, or filmmaking, I love telling stories. Some of those stories are silly, and I have fun with them, because no one should be serious all the time. But some of those stories are serious, and they deserve focus, depth, and respect. I bring that.

You should contact me if you want to work together. Or even if you just want to say hello. I’m usually pretty nice.

I also have an entertainment resume, and a business resume. I’m totally for real guys, a functioning adult and everything. I’ve even got the business cards to prove it.

Working on the short film "Empty" in January 2014: Yuki Yohsimatsu (director), Cassidi Leigh Parker, Bobby DeMuro, Emily Lanelle, Yuki Naito (producer).

Working on the short film “Empty” in March 2014: Yuki Yohsimatsu (director), Cassidi Leigh Parker, Bobby DeMuro, Emily Lanelle, Yuki Naito (producer).

Hosting a show for AfterBuzz TV in June 2014, with producer Marisa Serafini, and panelists Anna Koppel and Jessie Owen.