Producer, Archive of American Television
Capturing Television History One Voice at a Time
Adrienne Faillace is a Producer for the Television Academy Foundation’s Archive of American Television. She conducts and produces long-form oral history interviews with television pioneers and oversees the cataloging and research for the collection of over 800 interviews. She manages the social media, and serves as co-editor of the Archive’s website, EMMYTVLEGENDS.ORG.
Among the television professionals Faillace has interviewed are actors Paul Michael Glaser (Starsky & Hutch), composer Alf Clausen (The Simpsons), actor Tony Danza (Taxi, Who’s The Boss?), writer Norman Stiles (former head writer, Sesame Street), and actress Michael Learned (The Waltons).
Faillace also produced interviews with actor John Amos (Good Times, Roots), producer/casting director Reuben Cannon (The A-Team, Moonlighting), and journalist Anderson Cooper (Anderson Cooper 360).
Adrienne Faillace is a graduate of Princeton University with a Bachelors Degree in History and a Minor in Spanish. She holds a Masters in Television, Radio and Film from Syracuse University and studied television history at the post-graduate level in Northwestern University’s Department of Radio, Television and Film.