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About lydiemdenier

Lydie M. Denier is an accomplished actress, demonstrating her versatility with appearances in over forty television series and feature films. She is best known as Yasmine Bernoudi on General Hospital, Jane on Tarzan, the television series, and Nicole on the series Acapulco Heat. On stage, she portrayed the title role of the iconic movie star Greta Garbo. Lydie has traveled far from the countryside in France where she grew up watching old American movies on television while dreaming of becoming an actress. Her journeys have taken her to exotic lands and her experiences have been diverse. Now, as she enters this next stage of her life as more of a writer than an actress, she embraces it with all the joie de vivre for which the French are famous. Lydie currently lives in beautiful Laguna Beach, California, where, as an excellent chef, she loves to cook when she is not writing or acting.


How to Binge Watch My New TV news on RAD TV!

We’re brand spanking new & I often get the same question posed to me: How do I watch Politics & Profits with Rick Amato, Time to Get Real with Lydie Denier, Mychal Wilson & other shows on RAD TV?

It’s simple, here’s how:
1. If you have Roku or Amazon Fire TV, then, put ‘RAD TV’ in the search field.
2. Boom! Your done! & … It’s Free : )
3. Binge

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My new TV show “Time to Get Real with Lydie Denier”

Tune in tomorrow Tuesday, January 23rd at 9pm ET on Roku, my new tv show “Time to Get Real with Lydie Denier”…. my first episode is “Immigration”

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Here’s the link to my new show “Time to Get Real with Lydie Denier” first episode will air this Tuesday, January 23rd at 9pm ET.…

If you already have a Roku account, simply login to the account – and then search RAD-TV, in which case ‘Time To Get Real with Lydie Denier’ will be displayed as a show available to watch.

If you do not yet have a Roku account, it will prompt you to set one up for free. Roku will ask you for a credit card BUT they are not being charged. Roku simply has it on file for future purchases.

That link will be good for laptops, mobile phones and for watching on your TV.