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Dulcy Brightman Dulcy is best known as one of the pioneers in Public Access and Reality based television in New York City. Her long running shows "Reel People Review" and "Cable Personals" were recipients of many awards, and included the top celebrities and sports figures of the day. She’s also known as a creator and innovator for light weight mobile filming which opened the door for YouTube type video. Dulcy is truly an industry pioneer and Icon.

You may be interested to know why the artist signs her paintings Dulcy Thomas. That is because "Thomas" was part her maiden middle name. Her maternal side's ancestor, Molly Thomas, was a Maysville, Kentucky, woman who raised 11 of her children as Presbyterians. When a foundling was left on her home's front steps with a note asking "Ms. Molly, please raise this child as a Catholic even though I know you are Presbyterian." Molly did. Molly was also a modern day entrepreneur having the city fill in land next to her house and then selling it for a significant increase in value.

Dulcy has a long history in the arts. Not only is she an artist, but has had extensive experience in the television industry. This resulted in various comedy segments produced, by Dulcy for a television pilot with Carl Reiner of NBC-TV. There was also Dulcy‘s segment "At the Beach, with producer/actor/comedian, Fred Willard for Comedy Central‘s, "Access America." The stage art work, set design was created by Dulcy for her young participating New York Actors. Still later she became a Production Coordinator for The Michael Landon/Children with Leukemia Foundation Awards along with Mrs. Landon and co-producers from MTV/Viacom. Dulcy's video work behind the scenes of the Leukemia Foundation Awards/First Event is in the Columbia Pictures Archives, Culver City, California.

Dulcy produced a segment for Greg Kinnear/Fox Television in the days before his illustrious film career. Later, an International Women's Day Festival Award, for a video that was broadcast on WBGH/PBS outlet in the greater Boston Area. Following that was a documentary project with East Heights Productions on the life of Margaret Mitchell of "Gone with the Wind" fame resulted in inclusion in Columbia University Archives. A small project for World of Wonder Productions attracted overseas attention from TV-4, U.K., and a French News Television Company, CBNewsTV Dulcy ventured into creating a character (female version of Groucho) television comedy performance.

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