Borgnine Group Collaborator Emmy Nom Lainie Kazan Loved Xocai Healthy Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup, Endorses for Wayland Michigan

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Lainie Kazan (born May 15, 1940) is an acclaimed American actress and singer. Kazan was born Lanie Levine in Brooklyn, New York City, the daughter of a Russian Ashkenazi Jewish father who worked as a bookie and a Turkish Sephardic Jewish mother, Carole, whom Kazan has described as “neurotic, fragile and artistic.” She graduated from Hofstra University, located in Hempstead, New York. She was married to Peter Daniels in 1971. In a segment of Celebrity Ghost Stories she revealed that she was widowed in 1989 when he died of lung cancer. Kazan has one child, Jennifer, and is a grandmother. She serves on the boards of the Young Musicians’ Foundation, AIDS Project LA, and B’nai Brith. She appeared in an episode of Ugly Betty, playing the mother of Bobby, who was soon to become the central character’s brother-in-law. She appeared in one episode, “Fire and Nice”. On August 17, 2010, The Hollywood Reporter announced that Kazan would join the cast of Desperate Housewives for Season Seven. She played the role of a self-employed business owner and neighbor to Susan. (Bio courtesy of Wikipedia.)

Kazan made her Broadway debut in The Happiest Girl in the World in 1961 followed by Bravo Giovanni (1962). She served as understudy to Barbra Streisand in Funny Girl, finally getting to go on 18 months into the run when the star was ill with a serious throat problem. Both had attended the same high school, Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn, New York. Kazan’s mother alerted the press and, encouraged by rave reviews for her performance, she quit the show and set out to establish herself in a singing career. As her popularity increased, Kazan posed nude for a spread in the October 1970 issue of Playboy. Her appearance in the magazine opened the door for her to headline and operate two different Playboy Jazz Clubs, both under Hugh Hefner’s overview, which she called Lainie’s Lounge East and West on opposite coasts, one in Los Angeles and the other in Manhattan. Her Playboy photographs also inspired the look of Jack Kirby’s DC Comics superheroine Big Barda.

Nancee Borgnine: The daughter of Oscar-winning actor, Ernest Borgnine, Nancee Borgnine has grown up in the exciting world of motion pictures and television. Starting out as a respected actor’s agent managing the careers of over 150 renowned performers, Nancee soon spread her wings to work as a film producer, casting director and production manager. During her years in production, she branched out and created a beverage – “Borgnine’s Coffee Soda” – which quickly found its way to the shelves of retail outlets around the globe. It was in the manufacture and production of her product that Nancee entered the world of public relations and marketing – singlehandedly managing all important aspects of bringing her celebrated product to the public. For the past decade, she has utilized her extensive background as a highly regarded entrepreneur and distinctive Hollywood insider to produce special events and celebrity-gifting suites that enable companies of all sizes to put their products into the hands of today’s most loved stars.

The Borgnine Emmy Celebrity Gala: The Borgnine Primetime Emmy Event hosts current nominees to attend their annual EMMY event in addition to past nominees and winners. Some of the distinctive celebrities who come to our events include Emmy nominee: Joe Mantagena (Criminal Minds), Hector Elizondo (Last Man Standing, Pretty Woman), Gage Golightly (Teen Wolf), Julie Bowen, Ashley Argota (Nickelodeon), Emmy nominated Tony Dennison, Emmy Winner Ed Asner, Monica Potter, in addition to members of the cast of Big Bang Theory, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Modern Family, Criminal Minds, Parenthood, The Middle, Burn Notice, The Goldbergs, etc. The Borgnine Group only accepts the best-of-the-best sponsors. We have eminent celebrities from all facets of the entertainment industry who come to our events knowing that they will be seeing and receiving all kinds of exciting products. Some of the companies who have been a part of our events are: MXI Corp, Xocai Healthy Chocolate & XO-Lifestyle-Worldwide.

Naomi Howison is a leader and executive with XO Lifestyle Worldwide (formerly MXI Corp and Xocai Healthy Chocolate). She spends most of her time in Southern California, near the beach, when she is not home in Texas. Naomi has raised 3 fantastic children as a single parent and they have blessed her with 5 precious grandchildren that fill her life with joy. XO Lifestyle Worldwide (Xocai) has made it possible for me to help motivate others to reach their goals. “I’m enjoying life and having fun living my dream of owning my own fantastic business … Having my own lucrative business gives me financial and time-freedom,” says Naomi. Naomi’s goal is to help you get healthy through (1) Xocai raw chocolate, (2) Xophoria anti-aging skin care and (3) SkinHealix revolutionary cosmeceutical treatments. Let’s Connect Today!

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