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2.2: Mending with Gold — Ana Berry
Today’s guest on the Tulsa Talks podcast left Tulsa with dreams of stardom. Now, Ana Berry is a champion for the city, with a new perspective on life.
Then, Langston Hughes Academy senior Adilene Peru delivers Martin Luther King Jr.’s "I Have a Dream" speech.
So let’s talk, Tulsa.
That’s the voice of Ana Berry, a media personality and yoga teacher.
Even if you don’t know her name, you probably know Ana.
Ana is the daughter of Beth Rengel, the longtime Tulsa news anchor and reporter turned real estate agent, and the actor Milton Berry. With a beauty queen mother, an actor father, and an impressive education — American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, a BFA in acting from DePaul in Chicago Ana’s path seemed clear: Move to LA, become a famous, happy and successful actress.
Spoiler alert, that’s not quite how it went down. Anna Bennett sat down with Ana Berry in the studio for the whole story.
We’ll be back with more Anna and Ana, but first, Tulsa Talks is proud to present the winner of Martin Luther King Oratorical contest, Adilene Peru of Langston Academy.
You can follow Ana Berry at anaberry.com, or on social media @iamanaberry.
And if something in your life breaks, listener, I hope you mend it with gold.
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Every episode, we play you out with some local music. Today’s selection is "New Years Day" by the band Nightingale.
To learn more about this artist, visit nightingaleband.com.