Two years later, HSN held “open host auditions,” Bill’s boss and all of Bill’s peers at HSN said he should try out for the job – and the rest is history.
In 1996, after waiting 6 six weeks from the date of the show host audition, Bill received a phone call in which an HSN Casting Director said, “Bill, we made our decision. We want you to become a Show Host.”
“It was the most exciting news I had ever heard!” Bill recalls.
It was at that point in Bill’s career where he returned to his dream of working in television and entertainment while making great use of the skill and knowledge he had learned over the years working in the retail jewelry business and professional sales. This job was the perfect match for his skills, abilities, knowledge, interests, and dreams.