Ann Marie Baldonado Ann Marie Baldonado is a producer and interview contributor forFresh Air with Terry Gross.

Ann Marie Baldonado

Producer and Contributor, Fresh Air

Ann Marie Baldonado is a producer and interview contributor forFresh Air with Terry Gross. She got her start in radio in 1997 as a production assistant, working with reporters and helping produce the local broadcast of Morning Edition at WHYY. She joined Fresh Air in 1998. Her primary responsibility is finding interesting film, television, and theater guests for the show. She also produces and edits the interviews. She began contributing her own interviews to the program in 2015. Baldonado also serves on the editorial board of the podcast, The Longest Shortest Time. She lives in Philadelphia and she loves it. When she isn't working or wrangling her two daughters, she is probably watching television, although she knows she will never, ever be caught up on everything.

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John Cho's film credits include Harold in the raunchy Harold and Kumar comedies and Sulu in Star Trek Beyond. Brendon Thorne/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures hide caption

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In 'Columbus,' John Cho Reckons With His Own First-Generation Culture Clash

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'Life Is Short': Aubrey Plaza Keeps Busy With 2 New Films And A TV Series

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Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney play a couple making their way through parenthood, marriage and their careers in the Amazon comedy series Catastrophe. Mark Johnson/Amazon hide caption

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'Everything Is Up For Grabs': Life Inspires Art For 'Catastrophe' Co-Creator

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Sasheer Zamata stars in the stand-up special, Pizza Mind, which is available on NBC's comedy streaming site Seeso. Taylor Jewell/Invision/AP hide caption

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To Get To 'SNL,' Comic Sasheer Zamata 'Followed The Fun'

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