Denny Tedesco grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from Loyola Marymount University. He started his film career as a set decorator on feature films such as "Eating Raoul". He then traveled the world as a lighting technician and location producer for IMAX films. From the shark infested waters of Australia to the plains of Africa, he has filmed under the most challenging conditions. He was sent as a location producer to cover the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo and also to Kobe, Japan to cover the catastrophic earthquake. As director and producer of the award-winning documentary "The Wrecking Crew", a film about the great session musicians in Los Angeles, who worked with everyone from The Beach Boys and Elvis to Sinatra and The Monkees. The film is currently touring the film festival circuit to sold out shows and great reviews. Denny continues to conduct interviews for A&E Biography as well as TV Land and Comedy Central for Robert Small Entertainment.