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Sean McAllister is the executive producer of MORE and MORE Access on FOX5.
Sean launched the Emmy nominated MORE show in 2006, but came to work at FOX5 a year earlier as producer of FOX5 News This Morning.
In addition to his work behind the scenes, Sean can also be seen in front of the camera as a MORE show contributor and often fills in to co-host.
Before coming to Las Vegas, Sean began his journalist career in Rochester, NY, where he grew up. There he produced the morning news at CBS affiliate WROC-TV.
Sean graduated from Oswego State University in Oswego, NY. He refers to his college years as some of the coldest he's ever experienced since the college campus stretches along the eastern shore of Lake Ontario.
A lot of people are surprised to know that before Sean began his broadcasting career, he worked construction in his first job out of college.
B.O.R.N. storeowner and fashion maven Jonathan Bodrick has been styling people since the age of five - when he first asked his mother if he could give his teacher a necklace from her jewelry box as "a little style inspiration." Jonathan fondly reminisces about large closets filled with elaborate hats and impeccably tailored suits, as his father, grandfather and uncles were all sharp dressers, further driving Jonathan's keen eye for fashion. As he recalls detailed stories told by his parents, as well as old pictures of The Savoy in Harlem, he says there has never been a lack of inspiration in his life. Fashion is in Jonathan's DNA and he uses it everyday as a vehicle to influence and inspire.
Originally from Little Rock, AR, Brandon Hood moved to Georgia to study cosmetology at Atlanta Area Tech when he was 18 years old. While working in various salons, he became a part of the legendary House of Milan, which sharpened his fashion lens and all things fabulous. With aspirations of becoming a personal stylist, Brandon moved to New York City in 2011 to pursue his career. By mere happenstance he stumbled upon the B.O.R.N. store, where he met Jonathan Bodrick and was immediately so intrigued by the store and its owner that he accepted a position to work there under Jonathan’s guidance. While Brandon has obtained his goal of helping people with their own personal style, ultimately he dreams of taking his expertise to the red carpet, styling celebrities and influencers alike, as well as launching his own bowtie line.
Born and raised in the South Bronx, Joseph “JJ” Langan sought refuge from the streets by immersing himself into artistic films, as well as his aunt’s eclectic collection of fashion magazines. This immersion became the springboard for his obsession with the bigger, bolder, more opulent world beyond his concrete jungle. JJ’s creative passion, coupled with his fascination with human behavior, led him to be a street-style photographer, telling visual stories through people and fashion. When JJ and Jonathan Bodrick’s paths crossed, they became instant friends, cultivating an inspiring and supportive friendship that has lasted over 13 years. JJ began his career as a wardrobe stylist for independent and student films, and the experience motivated him to become a full-time film student at Brooklyn College, while simultaneously working in Harlem to help build the B.O.R.N. brand and work with Jonathan. JJ sees himself as a visual artist who wants to inspire, empower and create opportunities for others through aesthetic storytelling.
His career as a professional entertainer has spanned over 15 years, covering reality television as a star of ABC'sMaking The Band, lead singer of Atlantic Records boyband LMNT, and headliner for the Las Vegas and international tour of Chippendales. Yet, his mark on our community has been made by his presence and service. Known for his ability to command a microphone, Chan has hosted the signature events for NoH8, Golden Rainbow, NCOD, The Center, Broadway Bares and the Human Rights Campaign, deservedly earning him the reputation as the "go to" personality in Vegas. He maintains a large outreach to the community through his social media, and his signature "behind the scenes" live posts have become the online source to follow (@bryanrobertchan). A leader, an artist and activist; tonight he cohosts our telecast of SNAPI's 16th Annual Pride Night Parade with FOX 5's Sean McAllister