It is a pleasure to welcome actress and dancer Tiffany Daniels to The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. Tiffany Daniels was born and raised in San Diego, California, and graduated from the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts. She graduated from Cornell University and received a year-long dance scholarship to Hollywood's Edge Performing Arts Center, where she trained intensely in different areas of dance, improv, and voice. Tiffany has since been training with Anthony Meindl's Acting Workshop.Tiffany has made booked roles on American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson, The Big Bang Theory, Criminal Minds, The Good Doctor, Grace and Frankie, and Station 19. She also briefly stepped into the role of Jordan Ashford on the long-running ABC soap opera General Hospital and appeared as a dancer on Sherman's Showcase for multiple episodes. Tiffany Daniels stars as Trish Alexander on That Girl Lay, which can be seen on Nickelodeon and Netflix.In addition to her television work, Tiffany, a proud member of Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA, has performed in several stage productions. Tiffany portrayed Squeak in Oprah Winfrey's The Color Purple's first national tour and Lorraine in Jerry Mitchell's production of Hairspray at the Hollywood Bowl. She also originated the role of “Liz” at the Planet Hollywood Casino in Las Vegas' SURF: The Musical production. In this edition of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Tiffany Daniels spoke about her experience on American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson and General Hospital. She also talked about getting the opportunity to be a part of La La Land from conception to the film's iconic traffic scene.
This is the 80th episode of Dr Heather Uncensored! We are excited to share this bare bones (without any characters or music) conversation with actor and activist Chuck Slavin on the state of the Return to Work Agreement at SAG-AFTRA, the union of actors, singers, and dancers. It goes for all the crew unions too.Please share it with everyone you know. What's going on is an anathema to human decency and it must be stopped. For those who are looking for ideas to stay healthy here is the link for Surviving a Viral Pandemic through the lens of a naturopathic medical doctor:https://www.amazon.com/sk=Surviving+a+Viral+Pandemic&i=stripbooks&crid=2P2X0ASC6USOC&sprefix=surviving+a+viral+pandemic%2Cstripbooks%2C134&ref=nb_sb_nossAnd for Dr Heather's latest, published by Hammersmith Books: Transforming Trauma, a drugless and creative path to healing PTS and ACE. https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/transforming-trauma-doctor-heather-l-herington/1141364258?ean=9781781612255Support the show
Cannabis workers at Potomac Holistics Dispensary vote to join UFCW 400. Today's labor quote: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Today's labor history: SAG-AFTRA investigates Trump for endangering members. @wpfwdc #1u #unions #LaborRadioPod @AFLCIO @UFCW400 @sagaftra Proud founding member of the Labor Radio Podcast Network.
Generative AI is a topic causing excitement and concern in the entertainment industry. Powerful technology such as deep fakes, ChatGPT and Dall-E-2 is rapidly impacting the content creation process — from editing and special effects to the scripts and performances themselves. To talk about this hot-button issue, we're joined by Nina Schick and Matt Belloni. Schick is an AI advisor, speaker, and author of Deepfakes: The Coming Infocalypse. Belloni is the former editor of Hollywood Reporter and Founding Partner of Puck, a next-generation digital media company. **The views expressed by the guests are their own and not that of SAG-AFTRA. Any mention of products or services does not imply SAG-AFTRA's endorsement.
It's showtime. I'm wickedly nervous as I prepare to deliver my monologue in my very first acting class. I've been rehearsing relentlessly and memorizing my script so that I don't forget any of my character's dialogue. I begin. And not two minutes into it, my teacher Peter stops me. What he says next changes me--not just as an actor, but as a speaker, storyteller, and communicator. He tells me, “Kymberlee, I want you to live in the line you are in. Don't worry about what's going to happen. Good acting is when you risk losing the next line.” Whoa. What if we all lived in the line we're in during conversations with loved ones at home or associates in everyday life? As a voiceover artist and actress, my special guest this week, Kate Marley, does this in spades. And in this episode, she's here to talk all about it and answer questions like: What can anyone bring into a story character to give it life? How powerfully do shared stories affect you emotionally, both inside and outside of a community? What you will learn in this episode: Why purpose is such an essential storytelling element How story and art help you reconnect to your authentic self How shared stories shift previously-stuck perspectives and help others Who is Kate? Kate Marley is a full-time artist in visual art, acting, and photography in Los Angeles, California. She graduated and obtained her degree from Ithaca College's Musical Theatre program and is a proud member of the Actors Equity and SAG-AFTRA. Despite her musical days feeling far away, she still has a lifelong goal of telling stories and communicating with various audiences in her current fields of work. Currently, Kate spends most of her time acting and directing in voiceover and selling her artwork locally, always meeting new people and sharing new stories in the process. You can connect with her and find her work through her websites, Kate Marley and Jungmisul. Links and Resources: Kate Marley Jungmisul Storytelling School Website @storytellingschool on Instagram @storytellingSchool on Facebook
Do you treat your On-Camera Talent as well as you treat your crew? If not, you should. They are just as important as your Gaffer, your Gangboss, and even your Director. They need to be given all the information about the day up front so they can be prepared and be a functioning part of the team.We chat with Mike Nelson, SAG-Aftra actor, about what he needs to feel prepared and ready to work on set. We also learn how the shift from union to non-union has affected him and other actors like him, and some bonus tips for actors to bring their best selves to each and every audition.Topics: SAG-Aftra, Unions, Acting, Commercials, Preparation, AuditioningDive deeper with us on show topics and interview guests, while staying up to date on Industry News and all things that affect our jobs and our industry. Join our Happy Hour Here! CreditsChristopher Daniels - Branding & Design Specialistwww.misterstyles.com Podlad - Editor & Mixerwww.podlad.com Follow The HostsSister Christianwww.sisterchristianproduces.com Lawrence T. Lewiswww.lawrencetlewis.comLawrence is also a professional Voice Over Talent and Actor. Listen to his VO reels here: www.voiceoflawrence.com Connect with Us!www.producershappyhourgroup.com
Katie Hannigan is a stand up comic, actor (SAG AFTRA) and writer, featured on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Comedy Central, Just For Laughs New Faces, Travel Channel, and MTV. Katie performs nightly in NYC at the Comedy Cellar, New York Comedy Club, and Gotham Comedy Club. Katie wrote Death Hacks with Augenblick Studios, Miss Information (digital content for the History Channel) and recently Moments in Time, a web series featured in the Yes And Laughter Lab. Katie hosts the popular podcast Lady Journey with comedian, Sarah Tollemache. For Everything Katie: https://www.katiehannigan.com/ Katie's Lady Journey Podcast: https://www.katiehannigan.com/general-8 For Everything Brendan: https://www.brendangay.com/ Send It Show Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/c/BrendanGayIG: @brendangay Website: brendangay.com
Front Row Classics kicks off 2023 with a conversation featuring three-time Oscar nominated actress, Diane Ladd. Brandon recently sat down with Diane to discuss her latest film, Isle of Hope, directed by Damian Romay. This touching film is a testament to the power of family and working through your past to define your present and future. Ladd shares her thoughts on the film's hopeful message and why it deserves attention during this awards season. Brandon and Diane also spend time discussing her southern upbringing and relationship with daughter, Laura Dern. We also spend time with remembrances of such classics in her filmography as Rambling Rose, Chinatown and Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. Legendary actress Diane Ladd is a Golden Globe (Alice), BAFTA (Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore) and Independent Spirit Awards (Rambling Rose) winning actress who has been nominated for over 70 awards during her astonishing 7 decadelong career including three times for both an Academy Award and Golden Globe for Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Wild at Heart and Rambling Rose for which she and her daughter actress Laura Dern made Academy history as the only mother and daughter to be nominated in the same year for the same film. Ladd is currently starring in Isle of Hope, a new feature film that opened December 9, 2022. Ladd stars as well-known actress Carmen Crawford whose daughter Victoria (Mary Stuart Masterson) blames for having crushed her dreams of becoming a playwright. But when Carmen suffers a life-threatening stroke and wakes up thinking she's living 15 years in the past, Victoria is given a unique opportunity to figure out where her life went off track and reconcile her relationship with her mother. Andrew McCarthy, Sam Robards, and Jessica Lynn Wallace co-star. Isle of Hope, written and directed by Damian Romay and produced by Omar Romay. Ladd has several films currently streaming, coincidentally all based on true events: Gigi & Nate, director Nick Hamm's coming-of-age drama based on Ned Sullivan and his capuchin support monkey Kasey, Charming the Hearts of Men starring Kelsey Grammer, Anna Friel and Sean Astin, inspired by events during the Civil rights movement in 1964 and The Last Full Measure, a true story about a young soldier's exceptional bravery and sacrifice, starring alongside Christopher Plummer, William Hurt, Samuel L. Jackson, Ed Harris. Ladd has appeared in over 200 films and television projects including director David O. Russell's Joy, director Roman Polanski's iconic Chinatown, writer John Hughes' Christmas Vacation and, The Cemetary Club with Olympia Dukakis, Ellen Burstyn & Danny Aiello which led her to produce her first film Mother in which she and Dukakis co-starred. For the small screen Ladd most recently appeared as Nell O'Brien in Hallmark's runaway hit Chesapeake Shores. Her varied television shows included her Golden Globe winning performance as Belle the singing, songwriting, waitress of the run-away hit series Alice based on her Oscar and Golden Globe winning role in the film Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. Ladd also appeared in Steven King's Kingdom Hospital and co-starred in the popular HBO series Enlightened with daughter Laura Dern. And if acting isn't enough, Ladd has co-authored a new book with daughter actress Laura Dern, titled Honey Baby Mine which hits shelves Mother's Day, May 2023 by Grand Central Publishing. 2 Ladd has authored two other books: Spiraling Through the School of Life, published by Hay House, and a book of short stories, A Bad Afternoon for a Piece of Cake, published by Ladd's company Exxcel Press. Ladd began her career as a teenager in actor John Carradine's production of “Tobacco Road”, lying about her young age she next landed a stint as a dancer at the world renowned “Copacabana.” Next, she was cast in the Off-Broadway play “Orpheus Descending” co-starring with her soon-to-be husband Bruce Dern. She went on to again star opposite Dern in her first role for the big-screen in Roger Corman's The Wild Angels also starring Peter Fonda. She next starred in The Rebel Rousers, starring Jack Nicholson, Cameron Mitchell and again with Dern. She then wrote and directed the critically acclaimed Mrs. Munck, co-starring with Bruce Dern. Ladd has been a lifetime member of both the Actors Studio East & West Coast and a National Board Member of SAG/AFTRA both for over 25 years. She has a degree in Esoteric Psychology and a Certificate of Nutrition from Florida University as well as a Ministerial Ordination Degree. Ladd has worked alongside doctors for over 20 years as an “Intuitive Healer” and was chosen to give a Congressional Testimony regarding the Value of “Alternative Modalities”. She has served on the Board of Advisors for the AHMA (Alternative Holistic Medical Association) and served on the Board of Directors for Congressman Berkley Bedell's “National Foundation for Alternative Medicine” (NFAM). Ladd founded “The Art and Culture Taskforce“ a 501-C3 non-profit Foundation (artandculturetaskforce.org)
INTERVIEW WITH BRIMSTONE: PRO-WRESTLER Interview with Brimstone Pro-Wrestler | Actor | Voice Actor | Author | Comic Hero | Entrepreneur | Host of Grindhouse Radio Brimstone has had a successful and rewarding career spanning well over four decades; participating in numerous entertainment fields boasting a list of titles including professional wrestler, radio host/professional podcaster, actor, voice actor, author, musician, philanthropist, food critic, horror model, and comic book/animated/children's book/video game hero. He's been called a Renaissance man by many, but more accurately described as a well-seasoned entertainer, celebrity personality and serial entertainment entrepreneur. Brimstone has been SAG-AFTRA since 1980. As a child actor, he made appearances on iconic pop culture shows such as Sesame Street and Romper Room. Under his given name, he was a touring musician as the drummer for bands like Who's Laughing Now and Bugsy. He later became best known for his career in professional wrestling where he has made countless appearances worldwide for the leaders in sports entertainment and throughout the Independents. Brimstone has had a long history appearing in various films, television programming, short films, documentaries, video game voice acting, and cameos in music videos. Notable nationally televised appearances include WWF Superstars, MTV's TRL, 106 and Park and The Ricki Lake Show as well as countless appearances on national and local affiliates including NBC, CBS, ABC and The CW. He's been featured in documentaries including Wrestling Then & Now and Standing in the Stars: The Peter Mayhew Story as well as music videos like, Touch & Go by rapper Joe Budden, Dawn Monroe's Get it Poppin, Bethany Davis' Lose Control and multiple videos by Frank Lucas, Jr. (Street Star and Let's Go). He's also been credited with background vocals on guitarist Bumblefoot's 2015 release, Little Brother is Watching. Video game voice-over credits include, Seduce Me 2: The Demon War, Sorim Story: Race World (Brimstone is a playable character, available skin and voice of multiple characters), Viking Vengeance as the character Wotan, Triagat as the character Idium, Brimstone's own Forza Infernis (on Android, Apple & XBox One), Wasteland Wars & GHR: The Great Airspace Chase; is voicing the character Wrath in the game, Rose & Locket and was announced as voicing the lead character, Terror T in the upcoming 2D video game (and animated series) Cereal Killaz. In VR - Brim voices the lead character, Wyatt in the Western based shooting game Finger Gun for the Oculus Quest 2; as well as the character Skalakron in the game, The Search for the Lost Weld (releasing 2023 on Steam, Nintendo Switch and other platforms). Brim's voice can also be heard in a variety of Q&E Productions' animated shorts, as Game Day in The Weeklings animated series, Santa Claws for viral YouTube channel, eLL Cartoons, as well as a surprise character in the viral, God's School. He will be voicing characters including Commander Frosting in Donut Baby for Noise Nest Animation Network (Viacom) and the lovable Beezal in Brush Brigade. Brim has a cameo on a celebrity stacked, narrative fantasy podcast, Children of Sperea where he voices the role of Private Carla. He can be heard on the Kikkoman Corporation's national radio ads that he not only voiced; but collaborated in the conception and production thereof. Read his complete Bio @ https://www.therealbrimstone.com/brimstone Contact information: www.therealbrimstone.com Host Contact Information @: www.drajrbutler.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/momentsofgrace/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/momentsofgrace/support
In Today's episode, we will get to know the incredible Beck Black! Join us as we discuss her newest projects, the women who inspire her, and get to know her better with our 20 crazy questions! “Beck Black” the brand, is a Hollywood based band formed in 2014. One of her most note worthy releases, is a collaboration with Beatles' drummer, Ringo Starr, for the song "Who's Gonna Save Rock N Roll" in 2020! In addition to Rock n Roll, she is releasing a new solo project entitled “Electric Cowgirl” recorded in Nashville, TN and in Queens, New York City. After the release of “Don't Call Me Darlin”, Beck Black ventured further into her Blues/Country roots as a native of the Cape Fear River region of North Carolina. Besides making music, she has appeared in numerous independent films and TV shows as a SAG/AFTRA actress. Stay tuned for the new single release of “Gotta Get Back To My Baby” with a video filmed in NYC directed by Ms. Black. For more on the latest release and tour www.beckblack.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/crazywomencountry/message
Errol Barnett is an award-winning CBS News anchor and national correspondent based at the network's headquarters in New York City. As the only Black-British broadcaster on American television, he holds a distinct perspective on global events through a reporting career spanning more than two decades and five continents. Barnett appears regularly across all CBS News programs and platforms and has anchored a number of CBS Special Reports. From live coverage of the Supreme Court ruling ending Roe vs. Wade and the death of Queen Elizabeth II to contentious exchanges with Presidents Joe Biden, Donald Trump and the U.S. Secret Service, Barnett regularly presses for answers on the biggest issues of our time from wherever they happen. At noon eastern each Wednesday and Thursday viewers can catch Barnett discussing important developments while anchoring CBS News from Studio 57. He can also be seen filling-in as a co-host on CBS Mornings, CBS Saturday Morning and the CBS Weekend News. Barnett previously anchored “CNN Newsroom” from Atlanta and a midday news-hour from Abu Dhabi, UAE during the network's Peabody Award-winning coverage of the Arab Spring. Among other accolades, Barnett was part of CBS Mornings 2022 Emmy win, and was bestowed an NABJ Salute to Excellence Award as host of CNN's “Inside Africa” while he was based in Johannesburg, South Africa. In the span of two years, Barnett hosted the feature magazine from 22 countries across both hemispheres including Madagascar, Tunisia, Namibia and Senegal. Since first joining CBS in 2016, Barnett covered some of the most important beats from the network's Washington, D.C. bureau. Assigned to the White House on weekends, he was with President Barack Obama during his final overseas trip and questioned President Donald Trump several times on the South Lawn and aboard Air Force One about threats against journalists and other major issues. In the thick of the 2020 presidential campaign, Barnett's interview with then-candidate and Vice President Joe Biden regarding cognition was widely cited. More recently as a transportation correspondent, Barnett regularly interviewed Secretary Pete Buttigeig and trekked to transit hubs across the country revealing the coronavirus pandemic's upheaval of the airline industry and supply chains. Intrepid field reporting in challenging conditions is evident through Barnett's coverage of Hurricane Dorian. He was the only network journalist to fly with Hurricane Hunters through the category five storm as it stalled over the Bahamas. Revealing the impact of climate change, he reported extensively from Grand Bahama Island, his crew also without electricity or running water, documenting the survivors and aftermath. Barnett began his journalism career at age 18 after being hired in Los Angeles as Channel One News' youngest anchor and reporter. Barnett covered the 9/11 terrorist attacks, then-Senator Barack Obama's first national speech, interviewed Congressman John Lewis and detailed the New England heroin epidemic. While studying at UCLA, Barnett earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science with a focus on international relations. Born and raised in England, Barnett is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors, SAG/AFTRA, the Society of Professional Journalists and the National Association of Black Journalists. He lives in New York with his wife and dog. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/toby-usnik/support
https://www.kylensbarron.com/ Born, raised, and educated in Philadelphia, PA, and Cottageville/Walterboro, SC. Kylen has a twin brother and six other siblings. She spent many years traveling from the East Coast to the West Coast, California to New York and Canada, managing her children's acting careers, coaching them through many scripts and auditions while achieving SAG/AFTRA status, with featured principle appearances in many roles. She has worked closely with pioneers in the industry, with various directors and actors in national and regional commercials, soap-opera-daytime television, music videos, and featured films. A Retired Executive Director for A Marriage Entertainment, LLC, a Philadelphia-based recording studio; her experiences were inspired by her many years in the entertainment industry as a script-reader and acting coach, a consultant for playwrights, and organizing local and regional concert venues. Her noted experiences would provide a roadmap that would allow her to pursue a lifelong passion for writing, to publishing her first non-fiction book: “Unspoken Truth- From A Buried Past.”
Celebrity publicist Shannon Barr joins the show to talk about what publicists do, when they're necessary and not necessary, how to find a publicist who's a good match, and the best ways to work together. Barr is the CEO of Strategic Public Relations, whose clients include Jeffrey Wright, Brenda Song and Nicolette Sheridan. This is a replay of an episode recorded last year. **The views expressed by the guests are their own and not that of SAG-AFTRA. Any mention of products or services does not imply SAG-AFTRA's endorsement.
The growth of the audiobook market continues to create opportunities for voice-over talent. In this podcast, entertainment attorney Kirk Schroder of Schroder Brooks Law Firm discusses certain legal and business issues related to voice-over talent who are members of the SAG-AFTRA guild. Kirk's guest is Jane Love, National Director, Audiobooks (SAG-AFTRA). Jane oversees the negotiations and administration of the SAG-AFTRA agreement with producers and publishers. In this podcast, Kirk and Jane discuss SAG-AFTRA's role in this area, what to expect when hiring SAG-AFTRA members to narrate audiobooks and common issues that may arise and other important information on this topic. Please note, the positions and opinions expressed by the speakers are strictly their own, and do not necessarily represent the views of their employers, nor those of the D.C. Bar, its Board of Governors or co-sponsoring Communities and organizations.
Julie and Casey interview each other about the best and worst of the year that was, a different way into goals for 2023, and what they're excited about for the future. Along the way they get into assembling your personal team, learning how to be a better friend, and lots of ways of looking at the concept of “care”. Watch this interview on video here! Thank you to our Season 4 sponsor, Armoire! If you're ready to try a new look, Armoire's high-end clothing rental service (full of amazing women-owned brands) will hook you up! For 50% off your first month's rental + a free item, go to http://armoire.style/voiceis and use VOICEIS in the referral box! TOP TAKEAWAYS: What could change if you asked yourself this question: “What would make this (mood/task/day/moment/action) feel 5% better?” Small goals for the win! One of the most fundamental things we've leaned into and accepted this year is the need for a team — for community care, instead of just self-care. Emotions are necessary for communication — they are the crucial information that takes our experience of the world from a line drawing to full Technicolor. And we won't be debating that emotions are crucial and not something to be “eliminated” at work anymore. Casey Erin Clark is a voice, public speaking, and communication coach, performer, author, entrepreneur, podcast host, and leader in both the entertainment and business worlds. She is a fierce advocate for gender justice and spends her days speaking, teaching, and writing about the power of women's voices, while seizing fulfilling opportunities to perform on screen and stage. In 2014, Casey and Julie Fogh co-founded Vital Voice Training, a voice and speech coaching company on a mission to change the conversation about what leaders are “supposed” to sound like and empower everyone to own the power of their full vocal instrument and presence. Casey hails from the cornfields of southern Illinois (where she grew up singing with her family Von Trapp-style) and has a BFA in musical theater from Illinois Wesleyan University. She also coaches musical theater pros of all ages, is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA, performed at the 2013 Oscars with the Les Miserables movie cast, and sings with the Grammy-nominated and Tony-honored Broadway Inspirational Voices choir. Recommending books and breakfast restaurants is her love language. Will perform the Lafayette speed rap from Hamilton on demand. Julie Fogh is a voice coach and interpersonal communications specialist who works with actors and business leaders helping them navigate their individual tensions and blocks, revealing the personal power and unique and captivating humanity that exists in all of us. Through Vital Voice Training, Julie and her co-founder Casey Erin Clark blend the toolbox of the professional actor with their powerful frameworks for embracing one's authentic speaking voice to businesses, schools, and organizations all over the country. Julie was raised in Seattle and earned her BA in Theatre and Women Studies from University of Washington. She earned an MFA in acting from Northern Illinois University, a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum that engaged with the physical body, the emotional life, imagination, use of language, character construction, non-verbal communication and the truth of the moment. She has studied with the Moscow Art Theatre and University of Copenhagen and has studied Meisner Technique with Kathryn Gately, Michael Chekhov Technique with Deborah Robertson, and Movement and Period Style with Lloyd Williamson. She loves YA novels and her cranky rescue cat, Ashland.
Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Mary Robinette Kowal. We'll be talking about challenging your default assumption about the world and her latest book The Spare Man. Mary Robinette Kowal is the four-time Hugo, Locus, and Nebula Award-winning author of The Glamourist Histories series, Ghost Talkers, the Lady Astronaut Universe, and The Spare Man. She is a cast member of the award-winning podcast Writing Excuses and has received the Astounding Award for Best New Writer. Her stories appear in Asimov's, Uncanny, and Year's Best anthologies. Mary Robinette is a professional puppeteer, and she also performs as a voice actor (SAG/AFTRA), recording fiction for authors including Seanan McGuire, Cory Doctorow, and John Scalzi. She lives in Nashville with her husband Rob and over a dozen manual typewriters. You can find her on her website or follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Goodreads. In this episode Mary Robinette Kowal and I discuss: How she wrote a mash-up of old Hollywood glamour and a futuristic space setting. Why it was important to use fluid pronouns in this novel and what she learned writing it. What she has learned over the course of writing ten books and how to reset. Plus, her #1 tip for writers. For more info and show notes: diymfa.com/443
Juliette Lewis shares stories from her performances in ‘Natural Born Killers', ‘Whip It' and ‘Yellowjackets' in this career spanning discussion moderated by Perri Nemiroff, Collider. This interview is part of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations series, an essential resource for actors, filmmakers and students of discussions with performers, exploring the process and profession of acting. The views expressed in the presentation materials and films, and by the guests and moderators are solely those of the organization and/or individual providing them and do not reflect the opinions of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, its staff or Board of Directors. Watch Past Q&A's: https://www.youtube.com/c/SAGAFTRAFoundation/videos Follow the SAG-AFTRA Foundation on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sagaftraFOUND/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sagaftraFOUNDATION Twitter: https://twitter.com/sagaftraFOUND The SAG-AFTRA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most comprehensive, educational and state-of-the-art resources to SAG-AFTRA members. The Foundation believes that the contributions made to our culture by performing artists are not only valuable, but essential. The SAG-AFTRA Foundation relies entirely on donations to provide emergency assistance and free educational programs to SAG-AFTRA artists. This conversation is made possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters. During the pandemic, the Foundation has given over $7 million in disaster relief to more than 7,500 performers. If you are a SAG-AFTRA artist and need help, please ask. And, if you can help, please give at: https://sagaftra.foundation/donate. All donations are tax-deductible.
Kimberly DiPersia is a multi-hyphenate creator (actress-writer-Director-Producer) happy to be back in her Orlando hometown after working in NYC for 17 years. A graduate of NYU Tisch School of the Arts, she has understudied Off-Broadway, performed in New York and regional theatre, and is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA. In addition to working in Film and TV Production for such networks as Showtime, Netflix, and NBC Universal, she has independently produced feature films, web series, shorts, commercials, music videos, and, most recently, podcasts. Kimberly is the co-producer of ENV Pictures, an independent film company, and streaming service, and is the Head Writer of their long-running sketch comedy TV Show, "The Egos." She is also the founding member of Tilted Globe Productions, which performs Shakespeare on the Bottle at local bars throughout the year, and she has recently directed two short plays for the Playwright's Round Table. Kimberly will be performing in the Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival in May 2023 in a restaging of the one-act play, "Marathon," a physically challenging performance piece devised with Teatro del Disio from Italy.
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Melanie Avalon. She is a SAG-AFTRA actress and host of the top iTunes podcasts, The Melanie Avalon Biohacking Podcast and The Intermittent Fasting Podcast. She has been featured in numerous publications, including USA Today, Forbes, Fox13, and Entrepreneur, and a speaker at Dave Asprey's 2021 Biohacking Conference. Melanie was born and raised in the South and graduated from the University of Southern California with a double BA in film and theatre in 2012 after leaving high school a year early at age 17. Since graduating, Melanie has worked steadily in acting, audiobook recording, and writing about a Paleo diet and lifestyle at Paleoactress.com. She has also starred in several films and television productions, narrated several audiobooks, and written the bestseller The What When Wine Diet. Being an "old soul," Melanie is renowned for her vivacious, optimistic, upbeat, and enchanting attitude. "Live vicariously through yourself!" is her credo. She holds certifications from the WSET as a wine specialist, the AFPA as a holistic nutritionist, and Mensa International as a member. To assist folks with food sensitivities, she created the popular iTunes app "Food Sense Guide," which often appears in the top 10 of all iTunes Food and Drinks apps. Serrapeptase 125, the first product in Melanie's widely awaited AvalonX supplement line, was recently released. With AvalonX, she wants to offer the best possible versions of the supplements she now uses, ones that have been carefully designed for purity, potency, transparency, and sustainability. Melanie presently manages 3 Facebook groups that are quickly expanding and have over 13K members. She splits her time between Los Angeles and Atlanta and enjoys great wine, juicy steaks, and all things shiny. In this episode, Melanie speaks about her own experiences with diets. She also talks about certain topics, such as her encounters with poisoning, specifically heavy metals and mould. As well as her experiences with her guests in her podcast that deals with health. Purchase AvalonX products here: https://www.mdlogichealth.com/?ref=KETOKAMP (10% off code applied) Register your FREE spot for our upcoming 7 day keto challenge. We start January 9th 2023! Sign up here: http://www.ketokampchallenge.com / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Upgraded Formulas Upgraded Magnesium & Charge Electrolyte Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use KK15 at checkout for 15% off your order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [01:37] Diets and Getting Fascinated with Health and Nutrition A low-carb diet is where you can start experiencing success in weight loss. What and how much we eat affects our entire constitution and overall health. The more you learn, the more you want to share what you've learned to help others. Melanie started trying the Paleo diet after she read Robb Wolf's The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet. [11:05] Getting Heavy Metal Poisoning from Fish People don't realize and tend to underestimate how much mercury there is in the fish you eat. Melanie thinks that swordfish should be made illegal to be sold in restaurants due to the amount of mercury you can contract from it. Eat fish in moderation to avoid heavy metal poisoning. You can get mercury poisoning not only from fish but from silver tooth fillings as well. Symptoms of this poisoning include fatigue, anemia, memory loss, anxiety, hot flashes, and insomnia. [25:25] What Happens When Toxins Get into the Body? Our bodies can detoxify on their own; however, we are not accustomed to the overwhelming toxic burden that we have nowadays. Every day toxins such as heavy metals in the food we eat, pesticides, skincare products, and makeup aren't regulated, which is why we consume more than we should. An abundance of certain compounds in makeup can cause you to gain weight and make it hard to lose it. Not to mention carcinogens. The solution to pollution is dilution. There are also studies about obesogens that states that they may affect insulin levels as well. [39:05] The Most Common Themes in Interviews Most people are all about bio-individuality: different diets and things work for different people. Most of them seem to be focused on fasting as well, which is quite popular at the moment. Blood sugar control is a common theme since many people have a lot of trouble dealing with it. There is no cookie-cutter approach to anything. Different strokes work for different folks. A specific diet can't work for literally everyone. It's not as simple as eating less food and moving your body, and you immediately get results. Outcomes depend on every person. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Website: https://melanieavalon.com/ Follow Melanie Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/missmelanieavalon Twitter: https://twitter.com/melanieavalon YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/melanieavalon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melanieavalon LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melanieavalon IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4343044 Melanie's Facebook Groups: IF Biohackers: Intermittent Fasting + Real Foods + Life: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PaleoOMAD/ Clean Beauty And Safe Skincare With Melanie Avalon: https://www.facebook.com/groups/cleanbeautymelanieavalon Lumen, Biosense & CGMs: Carbs, Fat, Ketones & Blood Sugar: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1298364387206070 What When Wine: Lose Weight and Feel Great with Paleo-Style Meals, Intermittent Fasting, and Wine on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/What-When-Wine-Paleo-Style-Intermittent-ebook/dp/B0787D7GTT Melanie Avalon on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/stores/Melanie-Avalon/author/B00OEBX2QA The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet: https://www.amazon.com/Paleo-Solution-Original-Human-Diet/dp/0982565844 Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Register your FREE spot for our upcoming 7 day keto challenge. 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Guillermo del Toro shares stories from ‘ Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio', ‘Nightmare Alley' and ‘Hellboy' in this career spanning discussion moderated by Joe Neumaier. The Business panels provide multiple viewpoints from directors, producers, writers, agents, managers, casting directors and industry experts on a wide range of topics. Through this program, actors receive first-hand tips and strategies from established creators, emerging voices and industry professionals who know how to navigate the often complex waters of the entertainment world. The views expressed in the presentation materials and films, and by the guests and moderators are solely those of the organization and/or individual providing them and do not reflect the opinions of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, its staff or Board of Directors. Watch Past Q&A's: https://www.youtube.com/c/SAGAFTRAFoundation/videos Follow the SAG-AFTRA Foundation on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sagaftraFOUND/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sagaftraFOUNDATION Twitter: https://twitter.com/sagaftraFOUND The SAG-AFTRA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most comprehensive, educational and state-of-the-art resources to SAG-AFTRA members. The Foundation believes that the contributions made to our culture by performing artists are not only valuable, but essential. The SAG-AFTRA Foundation relies entirely on donations to provide emergency assistance and free educational programs to SAG-AFTRA artists. This conversation is made possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters. During the pandemic, the Foundation has given over $7 million in disaster relief to more than 7,500 performers. If you are a SAG-AFTRA artist and need help, please ask. And, if you can help, please give at: https://sagaftra.foundation/donate. All donations are tax-deductible.
All Home Care Matters was honored to welcome Alzheimer's advocate and 2022 Maude Award Recipient Mary Crescenzo as a guest to the show. Mary Crescenzo is a recipient of the 2022 Maude's Award for Individual Innovation for Dementia Care for her pioneer work in arts engagement with persons with Alzheimer's and other dementias. Her book, The Planet Alzheimer's Guide: 8 Ways the Arts Can Transform the Life of Your Loved One and Your Own, is a how-to guide for care partners in the use of the arts to enhance connection and communication with persons living with this disease. Mary is also an award-winning author, playwright, and public speaker. In June, 2022, her play Planet A was staged as a fundraiser for the Alzheimer's Association. Mary is co-host with Lori La Bey, host of Alzheimer's Speaks "Dementia & Arts Education panel” radio podcast; and creator and facilitator of "Creative Writing for Caregivers" a safe place to find respite, relaxation and revelation. As speaker, workshop facilitator, and consultant for individuals and memory care facilities, her presentations provide comprehensive insight on Care Through the Arts℠ in the use of art to foster creativity, self-expression and joy for both caregiver and persons cared for. She is a member of AlzAuthors, Teaching Artist Guild, Society of International Female Professionals, The Dramatists Guild, and SAG-AFTRA.
On this replay of one of our most popular episodes of the year, acting coach Nancy Banks shares the habits and mindsets of actors who rise to the top of their game. Banks is a respected acting coach whose clients include Margot Robbie, Jennifer Aniston and Forest Whitaker. **The views expressed by the guests are their own and not that of SAG-AFTRA. Any mention of products or services does not imply SAG-AFTRA's endorsement.
Actors Carlos Guerrero and Chuck Slavin, "The Organizer" Actors fighting against Sag-Aftra's mandatory vax policy https://rumble.com/v21dbti-inside-the-miami-sag-aftra-membership-meeting.html --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-buff-show/support
Tony Shalhoub shares stories from his performances in ‘Monk', ‘Barton Fink' and ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' in this career spanning discussion moderated by Esther Zuckerman. This interview is part of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations series, an essential resource for actors, filmmakers and students of discussions with performers, exploring the process and profession of acting. The views expressed in the presentation materials and films, and by the guests and moderators are solely those of the organization and/or individual providing them and do not reflect the opinions of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, its staff or Board of Directors. Watch Past Q&A's: https://www.youtube.com/c/SAGAFTRAFoundation/videos Follow the SAG-AFTRA Foundation on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sagaftraFOUND/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sagaftraFOUNDATION Twitter: https://twitter.com/sagaftraFOUND The SAG-AFTRA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most comprehensive, educational and state-of-the-art resources to SAG-AFTRA members. The Foundation believes that the contributions made to our culture by performing artists are not only valuable, but essential. The SAG-AFTRA Foundation relies entirely on donations to provide emergency assistance and free educational programs to SAG-AFTRA artists. This conversation is made possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters. During the pandemic, the Foundation has given over $7 million in disaster relief to more than 7,500 performers. If you are a SAG-AFTRA artist and need help, please ask. And, if you can help, please give at: https://sagaftra.foundation/donate. All donations are tax-deductible.
Actor, Content Creator, Screenwriter, Producer and SAG-AFTRA member DARLENE MOORE (Ray, The Saints of Mt. Christopher, Doritos Special Delivery for Doritos Crash the Super Bowl , Dreamz: The Movie), presents Never Give Up PERIODT! a motivating and electrifying podcast that will educate, inspire, encourage and motivate the listening audience. The podcast will focus on how to achieve your goals and dreams and work towards making them a reality each day. Join Darlene as she presents “Never Give Up Periodt!” with a "T" to highlight how important it is that we never give up on your dreams, goals, plans and aspirations in life. Darlene delivers an entertaining podcast to encourage and enlighten listeners to eliminate obstacles, fear factors and limitations to move forward and succeed! Darlene is president and owner of the independent film production company Global Vision Filmworks LLC. Darlene stars on the YouTube Channel “Never Ever Give Up PERIODT!” and she created, produced and stars in the worldwide viral video Special Delivery Doritos for Doritos Crash the Super Bowl now with amazingly over 4 Million YouTube views!! Thank you for listening you are appreciated and remember: Never Give Up PERIODT!!
After finally becoming eligible to join SAG-AFTRA imposter syndrome leads Tiwana to believe she wasn't good enough just yet. She shares the unethical non-union commercial that caused her to finally join the actors union, two years later and the instrumental players that helped to remind Tiwana of her value. Music "Mesmerizing" by Pixababy 15617Want to SUPPORT the show and Tiwana? Here are 4 simple ways to do so. Follow/Subscribe Give Her A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Rating Share With Your Actor Frens Buy Tiwana a CoffTEA: buymeacoffee.com/TiwanaF
Actor Fran Drescher, President of SAG-AFTRA, discusses toxins, pollution and public health with RFK Jr in this episode. For more info on Fran Drescher's book and nonprofit organization, Cancer Schmancer, visit: https://www.cancerschmancer.org/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rfkjr/message
This week on ARW RAW, ARW interviews SAG-AFTRA actor Jarard Kings about how he got his start in the industry, his work in both film & TV, and just how he plans on eventually winning his Emmy Award. Make sure to follow him on all socials @JarardKings. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
With streaming companies bringing foreign language content into millions of U.S. homes, live-action dubbing has become a growing opportunity for performers. In this replay of a panel discussion recorded earlier this year, actors, casting directors, and producers offer an insider perspective on how live-action dubbing works, the skills you need to be successful, and tips on the best audition strategies. **The views expressed by the guests are their own and not that of SAG-AFTRA. Any mention of products or services does not imply SAG-AFTRA's endorsement.
Tony shares stories from his performances in Network, Scandal, Promises Promises, The Pelican Brief, St. Elsewhere, and A Walk on the Moon in this interview covering his acting career. He recounts working with Bryan Cranston, Tatiana Maslany, Ivo Van Hove, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Kerry Washington, and gives advice for actors who also direct in the industry. This Q&A moderated by Broadway World's Richard Ridge is part of the SAG-AFTRA Conversations series, an essential resource for actors, filmmakers and students of discussions with performers, exploring the process and profession of acting. The views expressed in the presentation materials and films, and by the guests and moderators are solely those of the organization and/or individual providing them and do not reflect the opinions of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, its staff or Board of Directors. Watch Past Q&A's: https://www.youtube.com/c/SAGAFTRAFoundation/videos Follow the SAG-AFTRA Foundation on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sagaftraFOUND/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sagaftraFOUNDATION Twitter: https://twitter.com/sagaftraFOUND The SAG-AFTRA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most comprehensive, educational and state-of-the-art resources to SAG-AFTRA members. The Foundation believes that the contributions made to our culture by performing artists are not only valuable, but essential. The SAG-AFTRA Foundation relies entirely on donations to provide emergency assistance and free educational programs to SAG-AFTRA artists. This conversation is made possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters. During the pandemic, the Foundation has given over $7 million in disaster relief to more than 7,500 performers. If you are a SAG-AFTRA artist and need help, please ask. And, if you can help, please give at: https://sagaftra.foundation/donate. All donations are tax-deductible. 0:00 Introduction 3:01 Network 11:22 Bryan Cranston, Tatiana Maslany 14:51 Memorization, Ivo Van Hove 24:08 Earliest creative outlets 27:18 Defining moment for acting 36:20 Between jobs 42:47 A Walk on the Moon 45:23 St. Elsewhere 51:09 Vincent D'Onofrio 52:25 The Pelican Brief, acting growth 59:01 Scandal 1:02:29 Kerry Washington 1:04:39 Directing while acting 1:07:58 Promises Promises 1:12:41 Advice for younger self 1:15:10 Learning from directors 1:24:44 Best advice you've been given
Music historian and former host of NPR's Rock & Roll America, Richard Aquilanew book, ROCK & ROLL IN KENNEDY'S AMERICA: A CULTURAL HISTORY OF THE EARLY 1960s (November 2022; Johns Hopkins University Press)https://www.amazon.com/Rock-Roll-Kennedys-America-Cultural/dp/1421444984Edwin Waldhttps://waldaudio.com/newest audiobook, "After Woodstock," also by Elliot TiberNational Geographic historian Jean-Pierre Isbouts, coauthor of MAPPING AMERICA: The Incredible Story and Stunning Hand-Colored Maps and Engravings that Created the United States. His books have sold over 2 million copies. For more information, visit: www.jpisbouts.org.Richard Aquila is a professor emeritus of history and American Studies at Penn State University and the former host of NPR's Rock & Roll America. He is the author of The Sagebrush Trail: Western Movies and Twentieth Century America and Let's Rock!: How 1950's America Created Elvis and the Rock & Roll Craze. In his new book Rock & Roll in Kennedy's America: A Cultural History of the Early 1960s,, Richard offers a fresh look at the early 1960s through the prism of rock & roll and revisits all the memorable hits and misses heard on American Bandstand and Top 40 radio stations across the country. https://www.press.jhu.edu/books/title/12480/rock-roll-kennedys-americaEdwin Wald is a veteran actor, director, designer, composer, voice and dialect coach who has performed in more than one hundred theatrical productions. As a voice actor, he has also brought to life many characters for the renowned Kathy Burks Theatre of Puppetry Arts, and Dallas Puppet Theatre. Edwin became the voice of Elliot Tiber for the new audio book of Elliot's final memoir, After Woodstock. He is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and Actors' Equity Association. https://waldaudio.com/Prof. Jean-Pierre Isbouts is a best-selling National Geographic historian whose books have sold over 2 million copies, including The Biblical World, In the Footsteps of Jesus, and The Ultimate Visual History of the World. His lectures are featured on Wondrium and The Great Courses. He is co-author of Mapping Amercia: The Incredible Story and Stunning Hand-Colored Maps and Engravings that Created the United States. https://www.jpisbouts.org/--------------------------Frankie Boyer is an award winning talk show host that empowers listeners to live healthy vibrant lives http://www.frankieboyer.com
In this special episode: The Streamy Awards are live in Los Angeles this weekend (Dec 4th) and Josh is in town for the big event. Find out what to expect, how to stream and some other inside scoopy stuff (like what's Airrack doing at the award show). TikTok CEO, Shou Chew talks new technology and the Metaverse at the NY Times Deal Book Conference. Our hosts have some other concerns. Project Texas. Really? Pinterest shuts down its Creator Rewards Program. Uploads and Downloads:Charli D'Amelio, DWTS and Lankybox Check out Jellysmack – Jellysmash!Our newest sponsor – Amaze.co – Check them out! We have a YouTube Page! Please subscribe and follow. (Thank you!) Catch a new episode every Friday on your favorite podcasting site. Please subscribe, like, and share! Visit our website www.creatorupload.comWe love hearing from you!
This week we welcome Jamel Dotson & Megan Sousa of LYT Comedy Show. The LYT or Laugh Your Truth comedy show is a monthly show at the world-famous Los Angeles Improv. Jamel Dotson began his comedy career in 2007 while attending Indiana University. After performing across the country, in clubs, and a brief TV Appearance, he finally made it to Los Angeles. Jamel remains an avid comedy writer, except he now performs regularly at the Hollywood Improv and is a sought-after talent around the city even without major national exposure. You can find him at @jamelsfunny Megan Ashley Sousa, is a professional actor, voice-over talent, comedian, writer, and host, and is a member of SAG-AFTRA and the AFI Conservatory. Alum of Tuskegee University and the Upright Citizens Brigade. Megan is an up-and-comer in Hollywood and can currently be seen in the feel-good comedy film “DOMINO: BATTLE OF THE BONES '' now playing on STARZ. She also portrayed the role of Kari in the NETFLIX feature film "BEATS", starring Anthony Anderson. Megan is also known for her role in "Zero" (2012, HBO). You can find her at @yo_megsCheck them out at https://lytcomedyshow.com/We now have an INSTAGRAM! Check it out at thecleancomedypodcast on InstagramWe also have a PATREON! Check out patreon.com/CleanComedyPodcast for more details.Turn your funny into money! Check out the official website here: http://comedypreneur.comPick up a copy of “How To Produce Comedy Shows For Fun & Profit” here: https://amzn.to/31H4wxmDo you have a topic that you would like to hear discussed? Are you a clean comedian looking for an awesome podcast to be in? Do you have life-burning questions?Reach out to us at https://www.thecleancomedypodcast.com/contact/
In this episode we interview Mykle McCoslin, a representative from SAG-AFTRA, to find out what the role of the union is in a right to work state. Born in Houston, Texas, Mykle McCoslin is an actor, writer, producer, director, voice talent, storyteller and industry leader. She is a proud member of Actors' Equity and SAG-AFTRA, McCoslin serves as President of the Houston-Austin SAG-AFTRA local, and is a strong advocate for the rights of all union performers. In addition to her advocacy in the industry, Mykle is also known for her TV work in AMC's Preacher and ABC's The Astronaut Wives Club. Movie Review: Game of Silence Showrunner: Chantelle James Hosts & Producers: Ai Vuong, Chantelle James & Samantha Rae Lopez Editors: Shannon Stefan, Valerie Torres, and Karla Rivera Movie Reviews: Summer Heart Marketing: Karla Rivera & Tori Rose Follow us: @wift_austin https://www.wiftaustin.com firstname.lastname@example.org
A replay of Ben and Duncan's interview with Liz Shuler, the first female president of the AFL-CIO. They discuss new momentum in the labor movement, the challenges we still face, and her vision for work in the future. **The views expressed by the guests are their own and not that of SAG-AFTRA. Any mention of products or services does not imply SAG-AFTRA's endorsement.
Atiba Wade is a swimming/fitness/nutrition coach, a stunt performer, and the creator of H2GO Fitness. Atiba grew up swimming for Jim Ellis at PDR and was actually a swimming double in the movie, Pride. He went on to swam for Jack Bauerle at the University of Georgia. Today, Atiba is still fast, popping off a 21.5 50 SCY Freestyle at 42 years old! He is a SAG-AFTRA stunt performer. Most recently working on the box office smash hit, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Atiba, a lifelong athlete, is also the creator of H2GO Fitness, a dryland training program specifically designed for swimmers. Enjoy! 00:00 Bratter PA, Immigration Law 00:05 Black Panther 02:45 Clinic together in Alaska 10:55 Can you spot yourself in the movie? 12:30 Being a stunt performer 16:06 Beine Nutrition & Wellness 16:55 Swim Angelfish Adaptive Swim Lessons 18:08 Grew up swimming on PDR 20:45 Tough times 22:55 Swimming for the University of Georgia 26:45 Staying involved in swimming 29:13 Atiba the athlete 35:30 H2GO Fitness 36:15 Body weight 38:50 See the cause 39:22 SwimTraxx 41:15 Weight training and swimming 51:29 Destro Swim Towers 51:47 Vasa Trainer Our Sponsors: BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW: Exclusive immigration representation of athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, investors, and entertainers. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! BEINE WELLNESS BUILDING: Individualize your nutrition with genetic testing and personalized plans. Eat, supplement, and recover based on your genetics. SWIMTRAXX: Swimtraxx One is the smartest swim specific tracker. Track your time, heart rate, and stroke rate all from the same device. INTL SWIMMING HALL OF FAME: Help preserve swimming history by joining the 1 in 1000 Club! VASA: Essential dryland for stronger, better, faster swimmers. Save 10% using the code "brett" at checkout! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD: Big and small digital pace clocks, virtual scoreboards, and live results. Subscribe to the Swimnerd Newsletter. Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD
Samantha Morton shares stories from her performances in ‘The Serpent Queen', ‘The Walking Dead' and ‘The Whale' in this career spanning discussion moderated by Scott Mantz. This interview is part of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations series, an essential resource for actors, filmmakers and students of discussions with performers, exploring the process and profession of acting. The views expressed in the presentation materials and films, and by the guests and moderators are solely those of the organization and/or individual providing them and do not reflect the opinions of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, its staff or Board of Directors. Watch Past Q&A's: https://www.youtube.com/c/SAGAFTRAFoundation/videos Follow the SAG-AFTRA Foundation on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sagaftraFOUND/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sagaftraFOUNDATION Twitter: https://twitter.com/sagaftraFOUND The SAG-AFTRA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most comprehensive, educational and state-of-the-art resources to SAG-AFTRA members. The Foundation believes that the contributions made to our culture by performing artists are not only valuable, but essential. The SAG-AFTRA Foundation relies entirely on donations to provide emergency assistance and free educational programs to SAG-AFTRA artists. This conversation is made possible thanks to the generosity of our supporters. During the pandemic, the Foundation has given over $7 million in disaster relief to more than 7,500 performers. If you are a SAG-AFTRA artist and need help, please ask. And, if you can help, please give at: https://sagaftra.foundation/donate. All donations are tax-deductible.
SAG-AFTRA surveyed thousands of members about their experience with self-taping. The findings of that important survey are discussed in this episode with SAG-AFTRA Vice President, New York Ezra Knight, Chief Economist David Viviano, Chief Contracts Officer Ray Rodriguez and Director of Commercials Contracts Claudette Singh. The conversation, which is a replay of a live-streaming event from September, includes a candid look at the challenges and opportunities with self-taping and what the union is doing to address these concerns. **The views expressed by the guests are their own and not that of SAG-AFTRA. Any mention of products or services does not imply SAG-AFTRA's endorsement.
On today's episode the gang discusses: 1) SAG-AFTRA President Praises Disney For Ending Vaccine Mandates on Set 2) Luke Evans Believes Talent NOT Sexual Orientation Should Determine Who Gets Casted 3) Man of Steel 2 Will be a Reboot With a Different Origin Story For Cavill's Superman 4) Casey Anthony Gets Peacock TV Deal Despite Public Backlash
Elle Russ chats with Melanie Avalon - a SAG-AFTRA actress, author of What When Wine: Lose Weight and Feel Great with Paleo-Style Meals, Intermittent Fasting, and Wine (W.W. Norton Countryman Press 2018), and host of the top iTunes podcasts The Melanie Avalon Biohacking Podcast and The Intermittent Fasting Podcast, and millions of downloads. She has been featured in numerous publications including USA Today, Forbes, Fox13, and Entrepreneur, as well as a speaker at Dave Asprey's 2021 Biohacking Conference. Melanie is certified as a wine specialist by the WSET, as a holistic nutritionist by the AFPA, and is a member of Mensa International. She developed the top iTunes app “Food Sense Guide” to help those with food sensitivities, which often ranks in the top 10 for all iTunes Food and Drinks apps. Melanie recently launched her first eagerly anticipated supplement line, AvalonX, with her first supplement Serrapeptase 125. Her goal with AvalonX is to provide the highest quality versions of supplements she currently takes, formulated for purity, potency, transparency, and sustainability. Melanie currently runs 3 rapidly growing FB groups with over 13K members. She calls Atlanta and Los Angeles home and adores a nice steak, fine wine, and all that sparkles. SELECTED LINKS: ElleRuss.com MelanieAvalon.com
Evan and Ink start the show with a discussion of the Mob Psycho 100 III casting controversy, in which Mob actor Kyle McCarley tried to get CR to agree to a meeting with actor's union SAG-AFTRA, only to have CR recast him instead. Then the hosts recap their Summer 2022 shows and discuss the massive Fall 2022 anime season. Shows: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean, Spy X Family Season 2, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, DIY, Chainsaw Man, Bibliophile Princess, Pop Team Epic Season 2, Love Flops, Mob Psycho 100 III, My Master Has No Tail, Akiba Maid War, Bocci the Rock!, Gundam: The Witch from Mercury, Raven of the Inner Palace, and Urusei Yatsura.
This episode sees Ethel returning from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, believing the mandates are over. Little does she know the SAG-AFTRA board - Fran Drescher, Duncan Crabtree-Ireland et al - informed by uninformed medical doctors have extended the mandates til the end of January 2023. So absolutely unfair, ridiculous and ignorant!!Main part of this episode is the beginning of the audiobook for Transforming Trauma, a drugless and creative path to healing PTS and ACE. O am so thrilled this all came together and I thank everyone who added a quote. I am so grateful to my husband Avi for all he did to bring it to where it got to and to Georgina Bentliff, publisher of Hammersmith Books in the UK. I also thank Sophie and Katie at Read Media for all they have been doing to get me on radio shows.The book is published in the UK and distributed by Chelsea Green in North America. It was supposed to be available a couple of weeks ago but the supply chain with the cost of fuel rising is real and has affected the book's arrival in North America. It is now scheduled for November 8. As for November 8th, I hope you will vote for candidates who believe in medical freedom. Ask your candidates...this issue must be ur most important issue so we have not only sovereignty over what goes into our bodies but that we choose what medical system we adhere to for instance respecting the adage vis medicatrix naturae, the healing power of nature.Rick Caruso is the one who can turn LA around. I met him here at Horace Heidt Estate apartments and he is the real deal, no matter how rich he is. He cares about the city and will get things done. This is the last episode of this podcast at least for awhile. There are almost 80 episodes in total so go to Buzzsprout.com to Dr Heather Uncensored - so many great interviews and assorted information that you may not get anywhere else.Much love and peace to you all as we move forward to a better world, as we heal minds and bodies and this exquisite planet!Support the show
This week on What's My Frame? I'm joined by actress and activist Michelle Hurd. I've been a fan of Michelle's work for some time. A few years ago I had the opportunity to hear Michelle speak at a SAG-AFTRA meeting; I knew then I had to find a time for us to chat and share that conversation with you all. Her heart for actors and passion for change are inspiring! Her experience growing up in the arts, having worked every SAG-AFTRA contract along with a well of compassion for artists is rare. Today Michelle shares personal stories and experiences from her nearly three decade career as an actor. She shares what inspired her to get involved and ultimately help pass The Crown Act as well as helping SAG-AFTRA establish the invaluable Intimacy Coordinator Initiative. Sex, Nudity & You ebook SAG-AFTRA Sexual Harassment Message The Crown Act / SAG-AFTRA Intimacy Coordinator Initiative Unite For Strength --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whats-my-frame/support
On this month's special Halloween episode of Conversations with Changemakers, we speak with Dana Black, host and creator of I Swear on My Mother's Grave podcast. Dana is also a SAG-AFTRA actor known for her work on The Big Leap, Chicago Med, Empire, and more. Theatre credits include Steppenwolf, Northlight, and About Face, where she was nominated for an Jeff Award for Best Supporting Actress. I wanted to have Dana on to discuss: Using grief, loss, and disappointment to create art, content, and change. Starting and then growing a podcast, website, community, and business. The delicate balance of artist and healthy CEO. Click here to access bonus resources from this episode. Connect with Dana Black: Website Podcast Instagram Personal Instagram Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Connect with Tony Howell: Website Instagram YouTube Twitter Facebook Episode Credits: Art by Tony Howell + Gertrude Pillena Editing by Unapologetic Amplified Hosting by Broadway Podcast Network If you enjoyed this episode, please visit RateThisPodcast.com/tonyhowell. Be sure to check out our past conversations and subscribe for next month's special guest! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
One of the most popular SAG-AFTRA contracts is the Micro-Budget Project Agreement, which allows low-budget productions to create content quickly and hassle-free. Giving us the lowdown on everything Micro, the Short Project Agreement (SPA), and other low-budget agreements, we are joined by Stacey Travis, chair of the National Low Budget Committee, and SAG-AFTRA National Director, Entertainment Contracts Jessica Johnson. **The views expressed by the guests are their own and not that of SAG-AFTRA. Any mention of products or services does not imply SAG-AFTRA's endorsement. For an instructional video and FAQs: https://sagaftra.org/micro To fill out the Micro-Budget form online: https://sagaftra.org/microform
We throw the word "aesthetic" around a lot on this podcast -- but we've never really slowed down to talk about what it means. How do we define the aesthetic of a work? Is that different from the aesthetic of a world? How do subgenres and plot structures intertwine with those ideas? Guest Mary Robinette Kowal joins us to explore the crafting of aesthetics in worldbuilding and storymaking! We discuss pacing, word choice, set dressing, the theatre of the mind, the "breath" of the written word, and so much more. We also examine how aesthetic can be a shorthand to help your reader with an on-ramp into your story -- but how you may also need to teach your reader where your particular world deviates from what aesthetic may lead them to assume. Transcript for Episode 88 (in-progress -- email us if you're interested in joining the scribal team!) Our Guest: Nebula and Hugo Award-winning author, Mary Robinette Kowal is a novelist and professional puppeteer. In 2008 she won the Astounding Award for Best New Writer and her debut novel Shades of Milk and Honey (Tor 2010) was nominated for the 2010 Nebula Award for Best Novel. In 2019, the first book in the Lady Astronaut series The Calculating Stars (Tor 2018), won the Hugo, Nebula and Locus awards, becoming one of only eighteen novels to do so. Her stories have appeared in Strange Horizons, Asimov's, and several Year's Best anthologies, as well as in her collection Scenting the Dark and Other Stories from Subterranean Press. Her short story collection Word Puppets was published in 2015, and includes both of her Hugo Award-winning stories in addition to fifteen others, running the full range of speculative fiction. In 2016, her World War I fantasy novel Ghost Talkers was published by Tor books, followed in 2018 by her alternate history Lady Astronaut series. From 2019-2021, Kowal was the President of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. In 2011, after several appearances as a guest star on the podcast Writing Excuses, Kowal became a permanent member of the cast. In 2013, the seventh season of the podcast won the Hugo Award for Best Related Work. Her involvement in the podcast also contributed to the creation of the Shadows Beneath anthology, in which Kowal and her three co-hosts contributed short stories alongside materials charting the unique creative process of each author. Kowal is also an award-winning puppeteer. In high school, she took up puppetry as a hobby, but as Kowal says, she “never thought of it as something you could get paid for.” Instead, she went to East Carolina University to pursue an art degree, minoring in theater and speech. While performing as Audrey II in a performance of Little Shop of Horrors, she learned that a professional puppeteer had come to the show. It was a turning point. Kowal went on to intern at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta, GA. With over twenty years of experience, she has performed for LazyTown (CBS), the Center for Puppetry Arts, Jim Henson Pictures, Sesame Street, and founded Other Hand Productions. Her designs have garnered two UNIMA-USA Citations of Excellence, the highest award an American puppeteer can achieve. Her career in puppetry consumed much of Kowal's creative energy for over ten years. Although she wrote in high school and college, it wasn't until her brother moved his family to China that she began writing again. Like Lewis Carroll and J.M. Barrie, she started creating children's fantasy as a way to stay connected to her young niece and nephew. Reminded of how much she enjoyed writing, she began submitting short stories and made her first sale in 2005, and her first professional sale to Strange Horizons in 2006. When she isn't writing or puppeteering, Kowal brings her speech and theater background to her work as a voice actor. She is a member of SAG/AFTRA. She has recorded audio books and short stories for authors such as Seanan McGuire, Cory Doctorow and John Scalzi. She likes to describe voice acting as “puppetry, without the pain.” Mary Robinette lives in Nashville with her husband Rob and over a dozen manual typewriters. Sometimes she even writes on them.
This week for Episode 133 on another Livestream edition of The Kush Chat Podcast the guys are Kush Chatting about Candace Owens sliding in Keon Torres DMs, Uber eats is set to begin delivering Marijuana, Manhattan congressional Candidate Mike Itkis releasing his own sex tape for votes, Ye Drink Champs, Watch The Lawsuits! Drake allegedly slept with Kris Jenner, 6IX9INE disappears as lawyers demands demand payment for unpaid bills, Keon saying SAG AFTRA is The Worst Union in American history & more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to The Smart Human Podcast, today I have the pleasure of chatting with actor Fran Drescher! Yes, you may know her as the star of the TV show The Nanny, but she's also an author, an activist and an educator. Today we're talking about her work in health education, her history as a cancer survivor, her plans as new president of The Screen Actors Guild and much much more. Fran Drescher was elected president of SAG-AFTRA in September 2021. A 20-year cancer survivor, Drescher has a reputation for passion and commitment. She is Founder and Visionary of the Cancer Schmancer Movement; dedicated to educating, motivating, and activating patients into medical consumers by connecting lifestyle to disease with her Master Class Health Summit and teen-targeted education video, Be The Change, starring Jamie Foxx. Fran received two Emmy and two Golden Globe nominations for her portrayal as the lovable “Miss Fine'' on CBS's hit series, The Nanny, which she both created and executive produced. She also created, executive produced and starred in the groundbreaking TV Land sitcom, Happily Divorced, which was inspired by her real-life relationship with her gay ex-husband, Peter Marc Jacobson. Fran recently starred in the new NBC sitcom, Indebted, about a Baby Boomer couple who go broke and have to move in with their adult son and his young family. She has worked with many great directors in films such as Rob Reiner's This is Spinal Tap, to which Fran won Esquire Magazine's One Minute Oscar, Milos Forman's Rag Time, and Francis Ford Coppola's Jack. She also starred in Beautician and the Beast opposite Timothy Dalton. Her famous voice is currently featured in the top-grossing SONY animated feature franchise film, Hotel Transylvania: In her role as Eunice, the wife of Frank Stein. In 2019, Fran starred in two indie films, The Creatress and After Class. An accomplished author, Fran received the prestigious NCCS writer's award for Cancer Schmancer, which, along with Enter Whining, were New York Times Best Sellers. She also penned the celebrated children's book, Being Wendy. Furthermore, Fran made her Broadway debut as “Madame” in Rodgers + Hammerstein's Tony-Award winning, Cinderella. Fran has won countless awards for her leadership in the health space, including the John Wayne Institute Woman of Achievement Award, the Gilda Award, City of Hope Woman of the Year Award, The Albert Einstein Medical School Lifetime Achievement Award, Queens College Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Citizen Artist Award.