Robert Stevenson

Retired hairdresser

Retired hairdresser in the film and TV industry

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KCRW speaks with retired set decorator Cheryal Kearney, retired camera operator Norm Langley, and retired hairdresser Robert Stevenson.

Retired Hollywood workers: Industry isn’t diversifying as fast as it should be over past 50 years

KCRW speaks with retired set decorator Cheryal Kearney, retired camera operator Norm Langley, and retired hairdresser Robert Stevenson.

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