Talk Radio Network has chosen veteran character actor Robert Davi to fill the syndicated radio slot at the network previously held by the late Jerry Doyle.
Davi, a conservative commentator, is a veteran of more than 140 movies, including roles in “Die Hard,” “Showgirls,” and “The Goonies,” as well as TV appearances in “CSI,” “Without a Trace,” and “Law and Order: Criminal Intent.”
His debut album, “Davi Sings Sinatra: On the Road to Romance” climbed to the top 10 on Billboard’s traditional jazz chart. He will also be the subject of a documentary, “Davi’s Way,” directed by Tom Donahue later this year and is a writer for the Breitbart News website.
“I believe, with everything in my bones, that ‘The Robert Davi Show’ will be the most successful show I have ever launched, and, if you don’t believe me, you can stick it in your pipe and smoke it,” said Mark Masters, CEO of TRN Enterprises, in a press release.