Eric McLendon Talks Business On Harlem World Radio

October 17, 2015

eric_mcclendonGet some tea, and turn on the radio for Harlem man of many lives, former sports journalist, business man and actor Eric McLendon. Eric is a former sportscaster, He has covered all the major sporting events, including six Super Bowls, and has been nominated for three Emmy Awards.

The Chicago native has also appeared in several television programs as an actor. Eric’s credits include NBC’s Law & Order, Law & Order Criminal Intent, CBS’s Guiding Light, ABC’s All My Children, and a recurring role as officer Steve Madison on One Life to Live. In addition to TV, Eric has performed on film and the stage. If that’s not enough he was a host of a Food Network’s show Recipe for Success. Eric played baseball at Texas Christian University and graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism. His father was an Atlanta physician who took care of Dr King and his family, built the first black hospital in Atlanta. We’re talking to Eric before his new business launch Clear National Title event opening at Minton’s in October 21st! Today’s show was taped live with Danny Tisdale on Harlem World Radio. www.clearnational.com

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