Bill Berloni was on Fresh Air on NPR today. I was driving and only caught the second half, but the program is available in its entirety on NPR's site.
It's funny: I'm not an animal person at all, but I'm always so engaged when he does an interview; I just love listening to his stories. I just find the whole "accidental career" aspect of it fascinating, considering what he's been able to do with it. In the part of the interview I heard, he told a hysterical story about doing the iconic film shoot with a snake and a naked woman at [a very sheltered] age 19, as well as a few other stories I hadn't heard before. It's definitely worth a listen.