Tuesday, March 5, will find sex surrogate Cheryl Cohen Greene ("The Sessions") and "The Blind Side's" Leigh Anne Tuohy as guest's on daytime-TV's "The Jeff Probst Show," where they'll talk about their work and what it is like to have one's life turned into a movie.
Per a March 4 missive from the talk-show's PR camp, Greene will talk about being portrayed by actress Helen Hunt in what would be an Oscar-nominated role and how she came to meet Mark O'Brien, her client portrayed in the movie who was a poet paralyzed from the neck down due to polio.
The happily married Greene, 68, and Emmy-winning host Probst also have a frank conversation about her work as a sex surrogate and what role they play during the broadcast, which airs in the Nashville market at 2 p.m. on WKRN,
"We help people who are having issues around their sexuality and their issues would be that they're not functioning the way they think they should and they're not paying close attention to what they're doing in the moment," Greene said.
"We're trained and we work with sex therapists or regular therapists. We see the client and we guide them through a series of intimacy experiences, not involving human intercourse until later, but helping them learn to be better communicators, better listeners."
Later in the broadcast, Probst will speak to Tuohy, best known as the woman at the center of the Oscar-nominated film "The Blind Side," in which Tuohy was portrayed by actress Sandra Bullock. She will discuss how her life has changed since the film.
Video bonus: To see Cheryl Cohen Greene explain to Jeff Probst what a sex surrogate does, please access the clip embedded with this post.