TONY POTTS finished a remarkable 12-year run as a fixture in Hollywood on NBC’s hit show, “Access Hollywood,” and launched DOT N’ FEATHER IDEATION with a team of the world’s most talented on-camera and behind-the-scenes people in television, film, entertainment, tech and pop culture.
Seen daily by millions worldwide with his regular appearances on NBC’s #1 Today show, MSNBC, CNBC, Larry King Live, CNN, The Joy Behar Show and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, TONY is a sought-after curator of content and media expert.
TONY has been a part of Hollywood’s most memorable moments at every Oscars, Emmy Awards, Golden Globes, Grammy Awards and ESPY’s since 1999, not to mention the world’s most presitgious film festivals from Cannes to Sundance. Because of this, Tony is trusted by A-list stars and fans alike.
TONY has a number of film and television credits to his name, including acting alongside Mel Gibson in Ron Howard’s mega-hit film, “Ransom”. He also appeared at the special request of the producers of CBS’ hit show, “CSI: Miami” in the 2002-2003 season finale, where, trying not to take it personally, he was shot and killed. In addition, Courtney Cox asked him to appear in a number of episodes of her groundbreaking cable series, “Dirt.
In addition, TONY is a successful real estate investor up and down the West Coast. He has been an avid real estate and stock investor since 1990.
Prior to Access Hollywood, in 1997-1998, TONY was offered a development deal with Buena Vista Television to create his own late-night show for ABC. The show went to pilot but was not picked up. From 1993-1996, TONY was part of the amazing morning team hosting FOX’s Good Day New York, the #1 morning show in NYC –beating all network shows. From 1989-2003, TONY hosted nightly sportscasts in both Seattle and Providence, RI.