Craig Tomashoff may not have done it all during his 20+ years as a journalist, but he's certainly tried. He's spent the night drinking heavily on a Utah mountaintop with Jon Bon Jovi, eaten bologna sandwiches with an O.J. Simpson juror's family as the verdict was read and scaled a 250-foot Brazilian church tower while tethered to a corporate attorney. Whether he's navigating through the wilds of Hollywood, jurisprudence or South American villages, he's had the presence of mind to write about his experiences for a wide variety of publications, including People, the New York Times, TV Guide, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston Globe and The Hollywood Reporter. Somewhere along the way, he's also written the popular book You Live, You Learn: The Alanis Morissette Story and co-authored I'm Screaming As Fast As I Can: My Life in B-Movies with Linnea Quigley. Craig currently resides in Encino, California, where he enjoys embarrassing his children as often as possible with his love of '80s pop music and horrific puns. As well as reminding them, or anyone who will listen, that Queen Latifah once taught him how to dance.