John sits down with Deborah Dozier Potter, the daughter of Batman 66 executive producer William Dozier. They discuss his development of the series, the highs and lows, and his life after the series ended. In addition, they also talk about Deborah's life as an actress, a Hollywood agent, and an author. Finally, they talk about how Deborah overcame her Post Tramatic Stress Disorder thanks to the love of her dog, Buster, which led to her writing her book, Let Buster Lead.
Deborah Dozier Potter is a performing arts enthusiast and patron. She was raised in a family of respected film, television and theatre professionals in New York City, Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. She worked as a stage and film actress before becoming an actors' agent then starting her own talent agency and management company. She has lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, since 1979 and is an active partner in Hotel Santa Fe and Five & Dime general stores, a multi-state retail business. She authored the 2007 published memoir, Let Buster Lead, subtitled "my discovery of love, post-traumatic stress disorder and self-assurance". Ms. Potter is a volunteer faculty member of The New Mexico School for the Arts and a political, charity and arts supporter. Her husband, Earl Potter, is a prominent business owner and a retired attorney. Their son, H. C. “Cody” Potter, also lives in Santa Fe. Potter previously has served as a New Mexico representative to the President's Advisory Council on the Arts/Kennedy Center from 1993 until 2001 and from 2009 to the present. Visit Deborah's website - Let Buster Lead.