Whitney Avalon in “Rushing to Judgment”
Whitney Avalon (vocals), Chris Gongora (bass), Mario Gorito (guitar), Everett Henderson (drums) — as the band Strangely Attractive — rock out at an underground club in Downtown Los Angeles, March 2014.
Leigh from All Creativelike interviewed Whitney Avalon about inspiration, collaboration, and creativity.
"Tenenbaums Bookshelf" (a photomanipulation by Whitney Avalon) presented as one of the pieces in the Wes Andershow exhibiting in Hollywood.
Update: Due to requests, limited-edition signed prints of “Tenenbaums Bookshelf” are now available!
PuzzleNation published an interview with Whitney Avalon about creativity, performance, and (of course) puzzles.
Rock band Strangely Attractive covers The Beatles’ TICKET TO RIDE in honor of the 50th anniversary of the legends’ appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Whitney Avalon, Grace Colbert, and Charles Malik Whitfield in the new 2014 Cheerios commercial, set to air during the Super Bowl.
A sequel will run during the Super Bowl to a Cheerios ad that received an unanticipated quantity of baldly racist online condemnation for the interracial family at its heart.
A New York Times article discussing the Cheerios commercials in which Whitney Avalon, Grace Colbert, and Charles Malik Whitfield star. The latest one will run during the Super Bowl.
Whitney Avalon’s bio reads: Whitney Avalon is a Los Angeles-based actor, singer, and writer with a lifelong passion for making people smile, laugh, and think. She’s sung with Tenacious D, appeared on The Big Bang Theory, recurred on Days of our Lives, shot a melodrama in an open Ikea store, piloted giant cardboard robots, starred in a controversial cereal ad, gone completely grayscale, and done a lot of other silly things you might have seen on your television or computer.
Zuke and Zohner’s review reads: Whitney Avalon is frakking awesome and one of the most creative and talented people we’ve ever had the pleasure to talk to!
Happy New Year! For the first Off Topic of 2014, actress and singer/songwriter Whitney Avalon joins the show…
Annually, Channel 101 holds the Channy Awards recognizing excellence within the vast community that is now Channel 101, the ongoing collective of non televised short form TV shows founded by Dan Harmon and Rob Schrab.
With that in mind, the latest Channy Awards intro speaks to that spirit of being funny, innovative, niche (you might want to watch this year’s shows at Channel 101 to get all the jokes), and, unfortunately non-televised.
Buried amongst the constant stream of delightful inside jokes and swearing, Whitney Avalon can be heard singing the “Empire State of Mind” parody about Van Nuys at about 3 minutes in.