If you’re a fan of “The Price is Right” you’ll definitely remember former model (they called ’em Barker’s Beauties back then) Kathleen Bradley. She graced the stage for 10 years as a model on the long-running show, and she worked it, showing off everything from toasters to Toyotas.

Kathleen is a native Northeast Ohioan! Dave Ramos got a chance to talk with Kathleen about her experience on the show, and he doesn’t hold back any punches with the questioning. Was there a casting couch at Price is Right? What was Barker really like backstage? Did she have to walk on eggshells around the staff? Get the scoop here:

Kathleen’s new book is out – she’ll be at Barnes & Noble in Woodmere tonight at 7pm for a book signing – and in it, she tells all.

Backstage at The Price is Right: Memoirs of a Barker Beauty tells the story of America’s most-loved game show, from the perspective of a former model. Kathleen explains why the network was pressed to make the show more diverse, she explains how she was selected from thousands of possible applicants to model on the show, and talks about her decade in the spotlight on Stage 33 alongside Bob Barker.

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