Everyone knows about Louis B. Mayer, Grace Kelly, and Warren Beatty. But stuck to the side of the dustbin of history are real life characters whose contributions to the silver screen are largely unknown.

Did you know the President of Hollywood was a real position? Have you ever heard of Biscuits Malone, a silent film comedian with a squeaky-clean reputation who tried like hell to prove he murdered someone? Or Darlene Abbott, a radio star whose transition to film was hindered by her lack of a face? Hosted by noted Hollywood historian Abby Larson (Annie Savage), UNREMEMBERED HOLLYWOOD is a half-hour podcast hat tells these untold stories.

Unremembered Hollywood was created by Charlie Fonville, with original music by Jonathan Dinerstein. Click here for more info on the cast.



Charlie Fonville is a writer, producer, and human male. He produced the feature documentary Call Me Lucky about the legendary Boston comedian Barry Crimmins, directed by Bobcat Goldthwait. Other credits include the films The Thrilling Adventure Hour Live, Woman Child, and American Bigfoot. He’s also produced TV and commercials for all kinds of people and made a few music videos here and there. He’s currently writing and developing TV and feature projects.

His other podcast, Set Phasers to Fun!, which he co-hosts with his old pal Megan Gogerty, lets him show off his Star Trek: The Next Generation knowledge, or lack thereof. The show has been hailed as “a podcast” and “something you can listen to, if you want” by a few people.

A Texas native, Charlie grew up in Jolly, Texas, before attending the University of Texas at Austin. He now lives in Los Angeles with his wife and daughter. 




Jonathan Dinerstein is a versatile composer of music for film and television. His recent credits include Alan Tudyk's comedy series Con Man, James Urbaniak's noir radio drama A Night Called Tomorrow, and many feature films. He's also written music for countless television commercials, for a cutting edge Emmy Award-winning online series, for nationally syndicated PBS TV documentaries, and many diverse other projects. Also an accomplished musical director and pianist, Jonathan can regularly be heard playing for musical theater, cabaret, and jazz in Los Angeles, and has performed frequently for comedy shows at Second City, ComedySportz, and for the long-running hit staged show The Thrilling Adventure Hour

Jonathan co-hosts the film music podcast Settling the Score, and is a four-day Jeopardy! champion.