Noah Kodeck, director of local video on demand programming and production for Comcast's Eastern Division, said it has become one of the company's most popular assets.Twenty-six singles sat under the bright spotlight to reveal themselves in hopes of finding love, or at least, a date, said Christina Fonseca, public relations specialist for Comcast's Eastern Division, who was in Lancaster Wednesday for the taping.
Wanis directed and co-hosted the "1991 Miss Africa World Beauty Pageant." In the Gambia, West Africa, Wanis observed and studied the link between the belief in spells, curses, Juju, witchcraft, healing doctors (using witchcraft) and the behavior of the Gambian people and their various tribes.
While on vacation in Cozumel, a psychologist from Canada saw Wanis’ hypnosis show and suggested that Wanis study hypnotherapy. While working on the cruise ships, Wanis also began motivational and training programs and workshops for Steiners’ Salons, Carnival Cruises.
Wanis began to use hypnosis to work with clients wanting to lose weight and stop smoking and in 1993 began to study with the IACT (International Association of Counselors and Therapists) which Wanis became critical of for allegedly handing out hypnosis certification to anyone who paid and completed a weekend training program. In 1996, he produced, performed and directed New Line’s The Mask! Wanis went on to consult on a TV comedy variety show version of "The Mask! Meanwhile, after witnessing Wanis’ hypnosis show Hipnotica a United States production company sponsored him to come to America.
In 1996, he co-produced Al Gore’s visit to Orlando during the 1996 campaign.
In 1998, he was a regular co-host and hypnotherapist on the syndicated radio show America Talks Health.