Two separate interviews
with the legendary author
Sheldon was an American writer who had three
successful careers: a Broadway playwright, a TV and
movie screenwriter, and a novelist. Some of his TV
works include The Patty Duke Show, I Dream
of Jeannie, and Hart to Hart. Until he
turned 50 years old, Sidney started writing
best-selling novels, such as "Master of the Game"
(1982), "The Other Side of Midnight" (1973) and
"Rage of Angels" (1980).
Host Cindy Rhodes had the honor in interviewing
In two separate TV interviews.
2000 Interview --
Sidney talked about his early career in television
and movies. Plus, Sidney answered web viewer
questions and gave career advice to aspiring
2005 Interview -
Sidney talked about his best-selling book, "Are Your
Afraid of the Dark?" and how he felt toward the
current climate of reality television. Plus, he told
a great story on how Judy Garland met Fred Astaire
for the first time during the filming of "Irving
Berlin's Easter Parade," a screenplay that Sidney
On Tuesday, January 30, 2007, Sidney Sheldon died
from complications arising from pneumonia at age 89.