Fri, 14 April 2017
She was only 10 years when she became a face known to moviegoers around the world. Tami Stronach made such a strong impression as the Childlike Empress in the 1984 fantasy "The NeverEnding Story" her role is still remembered some 3 decades later. Stronach joins Ty Ray on this edition of Beats and Eats to discuss why she decided to walk away from acting after making a huge splash in the summer box-office hit. Stronach talks about returning to the big screen in the indie film "Ultra Low" due out later this year. In addition, Tami has a new family album out called Beanstalk Jack that can be found at www.papercanoecompany.com. Oh, and Ty exposes Tami's 80's guilty pleasures. It's a breezy 30-minute edition of Beats and Eats with one of the most recognizable child stars from the 80's. While you're listening, feel free to tweet us @coug88, @beatneats, and @clns_nick. Check us out on the web too at www.beatsandeats.net.