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Veep, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Why Women Kill actor Reid Scott and I get deep on all the fascinating topics: Behind-the-scenes of Veep, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Why Women Kill) Therapy Being bullied ... Reid talks about being bullied as a child and how it taught him how to spot bullies in entertainment. School escapades ... We both share stories. Fear, friends, friendships, parenting + family More! Reid also shares fun stories about: Tom Hanks Stephen Colbert Julia Louis-Dreyfus Matt Walsh His parents More! Get started with THERAPY and get 10% off your first month at BetterHelp ➤ betterhelp.com/reallyfamous EXTRAS! Videos with Reid and me: Therapy, bullying and more ➤ https://youtu.be/ZuUdBj8qeZc Behind the scenes of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Veep, Why Women Kill and more ➤ https://youtu.be/ROdlQXNWDBI Fun clips and pictures of me and Reid: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/karamayerrobinson/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/karamayerrobinson/ Really Famous https://www.really-famous.com/now/reid-scott # Watch the show on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbR3_S40FqVaWfKhYOTneSQ?sub_confirmation=1 Watch the show on Facebook Watch: https://www.facebook.com/karamayerrobinson/ Join my special insider's group: http://eepurl.com/dnbUWL Shop through my Amazon storefront (hey, thanks!): https://www.amazon.com/shop/reallyfamous Check out my new sizzle reel: https://really-famous.com/kmr-reel Follow me on social media for behind-the-scene pics and backstories with more of my fabulous celebrity guests: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/karamayerrobinson/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/karamayerrobinson/ Twitter https://twitter.com/kara1to1 Celebrity interview by Kara Mayer Robinson Music: Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeod - Incompetech - Creative Commons
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said that the Second Amendment is becoming a suicide pact. He said this after a couple of mass shootings occurred in America in the last 48-72 hours. MSNBC's Joe Scarborough ranted that we have had enough of these shootings. What does that really mean though? We cannot get rid of the Second Amendment. Also, Vice President Kamala Harris left out saying “the right to life” when quoting the Declaration of Independence while giving a speech on abortion. She was giving this speech in Florida. It is right out of a TV show such as Veep. Plus, Joe Biden's classified documents scandal is continuing to worsen. Now we learned that Hunter Biden was fully aware of Joe having these classified documents. Will this stop Biden from running for President again in 2024?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Flashback Episode of The Father Time Podcast with Jamie KalerAndrea's hilarious new show that she created, wrote, and stars in, "I'm Sorry", is currently running on TruTv on Wednesday nights http://www.trutv.com/shows/im-sorry/index.html#about but I'm sure you'll recognize her from her numerous appearances on shows like Veep, Episodes, and iZombie as well as movies, Step Brothers, The House, and Sleeping with Other People. This hilarious Mom shares all the crazy parenting stories that eventually became fodder for her own show. And yes, we had a Mom on Father Time. And honestly, it was a breath of fresh air. One of my fave episodes of em all. Enjoy.You can catch The Parent's Lounge live Every Tuesday Night 10pm EST/7pm PST at:https://www.facebook.com/theparentslounge#theparentslounge #jamiekaler #fathertime #jasongowin #katemulligan #andreasavage #trutv #Izombie #veep #Imsorry #Episodes #parentingpodcast #parentingadvice #parentingstories #parentinghumor #comedian #tacomafd #myboys
6am hour-- how did gas stoves become such a controversy in America?, look at what the Pres. Biden Adminstration is trying to pull now with talk of banning gas cooking stoves in name of asthma and respratory health, CNN 'climate reporter' makes "casually extreme" on-air statement about gas stove usage, RIP guitarist Jeff Beck, so the people that caused the WA problems of unaffordable housing and high cost of living are now shouting that they know how to fix the problems, 17 Pierce County mayors and the Pierce County Prosecutor or urgently asking the WA Legislature and Gov. Inslee to enact a felony drug possession law, 7am hour -- the sudden hysteria over gas stoves (and natural gas), GUEST: WPC's Todd Myers on the fact vs. fiction about the environmental dangers of gas stoves and natural gas in your home, Myers says Gov. Jay Inslee has been pushing this gas stove narrative recently too, its all an attempt by green Democrats to get ride of natural gas, also Myers highlights possible WA Legislative bills that will payoff special interests in this year's session, a Jeff Beck musical tribute in concert with Stevie Wonder, GUEST: our KVI gun rights "go to guy" and firearms news writer at TheGunMag.com, Dave Workman, says there are four bills in WA Legislature coming up for hearings that are the "tip of the iceberg gun control bills", how the Legislative Democrats are more focused on gun control than cracking down on criminals who use guns, the bogus claim Democrats use "the weapons of war" and why no military would ever equip soldiers with semi-automatic weapons, Gov. Inslee pushing for a mandatory permit to exercise a 2nd Amendment right. 8am hour -- a 2nd stash of classified documents found at a separate location connected to Pres. Biden when he was vice-president, a rough day at the office for Biden spokesperson Karine Jean-Pierre answering reporter questions about the extra classified documents discovered from Biden's Veep years, digital journalist springs vaxx mandate question on Gov. Jay Inslee and Inslee completely ducks the legitimate question, confessions of an environmentalist: how Obama era green subsidies caused an avowed environmentalist to change his mind, King County judge denies request of parents and keeps 15-year-old in juvenile lock-up after alleged armed car-jacking in Renton this week, Port Orchard case of a suspected mail thief shot and killed, Eddie Murphy Golden Globes acceptance speech is cracking us up.
Kumail Nanjiani has come a long way since he's joined us over the years. He got his big break as an actor in 2014, when he starred on the hit show Silicon Valley. Kumail played Dinesh. Kumail's the star and co-creator of the Academy Award nominated movie The Big Sick. He's acted on TV shows like Portlandia and Veep, too. Recently, he got buff for a role as a superhero in Marvel's Eternals. And his acting resume just continues to grow. These days, he's starring in the true crime drama Welcome to Chippendales on Hulu. Kumail joins us to talk all about Welcome to Chippendales. Plus, why he got super yolked, what he gets from working out. He also gets into some of his biggest fears about show business.
The creator of The Thick of It, Veep and Alan Partridge Armando Iannucci joins us to talk about the current state of politics and his popularisation of its dirty underbelly. Jon and Emily disagree about Harry's attack on the media. And we discuss the attempt to upend democracy in Brazil and its echoes of Jan 6th riots, just over two years ago.Socials: Georgia FoxwellVideo: Will Gibson-SmithPlanning: Alex BarnettProduction: Gabriel RadusEditor: Tom HughesFor exclusive daily videos from The News Agents visit Global Player: https://www.globalplayer.com/videos/brands/news-agents/the-news-agents/You can watch our interviews in full at https://www.globalplayer.com/videos/brands/news-agents/the-news-agents/The News Agents is a Global Player Original and a Persephonica Production.The News Agents is executive produced by Dino Sofos.AUDIO CREDIT:Veep, HBO EntertainmentThe Thick of IT, BBC Productions
It's the 2nd anniversary of the January 6th Capitol Riot. So we're reposting our episode breaking down some of the Ruling Class politics in that moment (and this one). In Struggle, Bob and Scott ********************************************************** "And we thought 2020 was bumpy. In this fresh episode, we talk about the shocks happening in the liberal democratic capitalist system--How the ruling class is destabilized by Trump and the far right actions at Capitol Hill this week, and how they are responding to maintain order and their own power as quickly as possible. It's an analysis you won't find in many other places, if anywhere. Last week, we saw former Veep and Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney(!) organize a statement by all ten living Secretaries of Defense to call on Trump and officials in the military establishment to call for an orderly transition of power (he didn't). We saw the National Association of Manufacturers, a notorious anti-worker, anti-liberal Democratic institution, issue a statement calling for the swift enactment of the 25th Amendment of Donald Trump over inciting riots at the Capitol. And we saw lots more anger and outrage in the political and corporate spheres aimed at Trump and his supporters. Between the crises of COVID-19, a crashing economy, the climate crisis, a growing far right clearly willing to use deadly violence and these shocks to the system, there are many forces vying for what kind of world is next for us. As the great Gil Scott-Heron told us, “America leads the world in shocks. Unfortunately, America does not lead the world in deciphering the cause of shock.” That's what Green and Red Podcast will be doing." Read more// Bob Buzzanco:This Is Not a Coup (http://bit.ly/35txgYW) Bob Buzzanco: Swipe Left on the Democrats and Electoral Politics (http://bit.ly/3oxv7my) CNN: CEO arrested for breaching the US Capitol during Trump-fueled insurrection (or The Trials of the Lumpen Oligarchy) (http://cnn.it/3hYCeSE) Follow Green and Red// G&R Linktree: https://linktr.ee/greenandredpodcast https://greenandredpodcast.org/ Labor Podcast Network We've recently become a member of the Labor Podcast Network! Check them out here:https://www.laborradionetwork.org/ Donate to Green and Red Podcast// Become a recurring donor at https://www.patreon.com/greenredpodcast Or make a one time donation here: https://bit.ly/DonateGandR This is a Green and Red Podcast production. Produced by Bob (@bobbuzzanco) and Scott (@sparki1969). “Green and Red Blues" by Moody. Editing by Scott.
Happy Holidays, Dead Pilots Society listeners! Our pilot this month is Dear America, We've Seen You Naked written by Scotty Landes (Workaholics, Who Is America?, Ma). It's a workplace comedy about a group of TSA agents at Chicago O'Hare airport. We think this pairs well with our Episode 25: Airport Marriott written by Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi. Dear America also has a unique origin story in that it's based on a non-existent book. You'll hear all about that and more in Scotty's pre-read interview. This is a great pilot! We know you're going to love it! Dear America, We've Seen You Naked stars Lucas Hazlett (American Princess), Erika Rankin (House Of Lies), Courtney Pauroso (Reno 911! It's A Wonderful Heist), Jesus Trejo (Sullivan & Son), Matt Oberg (Harley Quinn, Veep) Sabrina Jalees (Search Party), Danny Jolles (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend), Ankur Bhatt (Platonic), Shawn Vance (MVP) Bryce Craver (Limits Of Therapy), Shannon Dee (Hacks, Good Girls, I Love That For You) and Andrew Reich with stage directions.If you'd like to see the video feed for Dear America, you can do so by becoming a Max Fun member for as little as $5 by going to maximum fun.org/join. For $5 you'll get our entire catalogue of bonus content and a bunch of bonus episodes too! Tune in next week for our interview with Scotty. LIVE SHOW ALERT! Come to our first live show in three years on January 12th, 2023 at The Elysian Theater! We'll be reading the first three episodes of a show created for Fox by Brooks Wheelan & Isaac Rentz called Wheelan Motors. Wheelan Motors is a blue-collar workplace comedy that follows three dysfunctional brothers, their larger-than-life parents, and the eccentric staff of the business where they all work: a family-run car dealership in small-town Iowa. Get your tickets now because we have a monster cast for this one featuring:Tim Heidecker (Tim and Eric)Bobby Moynihan (SNL)Alyssa Limperis (Flatbush Misdemeanors)Kerri Kenney Silver (Reno 911) Jermaine Fowler (Tuca and Bertie) Mike O'Brien (AP Bio)Jessica Lowe (Minx) TICKET LINK: https://www.elysiantheater.com/shows/deadpilotssocietyThanks for listening and supporting our show! Enjoy!For more Dead Pilots Society episodes and information about our live shows, please subscribe to the podcast!Make sure to like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, and Twitter, and visit our website at deadpilotssociety.com
We explore finding, owning, and loving your voice. We're joined by Jessica Hansen, In-House Voice Coach at NPR. We cover finding and honing the perfect NPR voice, techniques for finding your best voice, and Jessica's voice coaching practice. “Your voice is your instrument and you are a professional voice user. — Jessica Hansen EPISODE GUIDE (LINKS, QUOTES, NOTES, AND BOOKS MENTIONED) https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/jessica-hansen-outliers-show-notes FULL TEXT TRANSCRIPT https://www.danielscrivner.com/notes/jessica-hansen-outliers-transcript CHAPTERS This episode is our definitive guide to finding, owning, and loving your voice. In it we cover: 00:00:00 – Introduction 00:01:30 – How Jessica became interested in voice through theater 00:04:29 – Jessica's work at NPR 00:09:13 – On finding and honing the perfect NPR voice 00:21:55 – Techniques on controlling your nerves before speaking, including breathwork 00:26:47 – The building blocks of voice 00:30:02 – Jessica's voice coaching process, from beginner to advanced levels 00:38:47 – Simple but effective tips for finding your best voice 00:51:02 – Recommendations for resources on the voice ABOUT JESSICA HANSEN As an actress, Jessica Hansen has appeared on hit TV shows like Parks and Rec and Veep. And as a vocal coach, she works at NPR, where she helps all of NPR's on-air talent to sound incredible. In the lead-up to launching Outlier Academy, I was lucky enough to work with Jessica, and she helped me finally get comfortable and confident with my own voice. And that's exactly why I wanted to have her on the show. We go deep on how to find and own your voice, overcoming your fear of speaking publicly, why the best voices are often the quirkiest, and how to sound interesting, as well as why that's important. If you've ever struggled with your own voice, this episode is for you.
This week's guest, Paul Scheer, is an actor and comedian, known for his roles in Showtime's ‘Black Monday,' HBO's 'Veep,' and FX's ‘The League.' He also hosts the popular movie discussion podcast “Unspooled.” Paul shares with Tig the hilarious reason why she was one of his favorite guests on his other movie podcast, “How Did This Get Made?”, and they trade stories about how to navigate working professionally with a spouse. Together they give suggestions about letting children sleep in their parents' bed, advise a woman who wants to cut her ex off from her Netflix account and discuss if and when to attend the wedding of a partner who dumped you. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp (go to Betterhelp.com/TIG for 10% off the first month of online therapy), Rocket Money (Go to RocketMoney.com/tig and start canceling unwanted subscriptions today), Shopify (go to Shopify.com/tig to sign up for a free trial and start selling online today), FightCamp (go to FightCamp.com/tig to sign up and receive your free gifts with purchase), Zocdoc (go to Zocdoc.com/TIG to download the Zocdoc app for free), and Showtime's The L Word: Generation Q (go to sho.com/the-l-word-generation-q to check out the new season). Need advice? Submit your question for Tig at dontasktig.org/contact.
John Ross Bowie joins Let's Talk Memoir for a conversation about working in Hollywood, mental health, the patterns we discover in our lives and write about, grappling with shame, coming to terms with who his father really was, and his new memoir No Job for a Man. Also in this episode: -distress in the body -New York City in the 80s -What it' like to voice your loved ones for an audiobook Books mentioned in this episode: Life's Work by David Milch A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggars Darkness Visible by William Styron The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression by Andrew Solomon John Ross Bowie is perhaps best known for playing recurring villain and fan favorite Barry Kripke on the international hit television show The Big Bang Theory. He also recently co-starred as Minnie Driver's husband, Jimmy DiMeo, on ABC's “Speechless.” John has been appeared on the television shows Veep, Fresh off the Boat, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Brooklyn 99, CSI, and Glee, among many others, and in movies such as Road Trip, The Heat, He's Just Not That Into You, The Santa Clause 3, Jumanji: The Next Level, and the cult hit What The Bleep Do We Know? Prior to his acting career, John was a contributing writer for the New York Press and has since written and developed television scripts at Fox, CBS, and Amazon. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Jamie Denbo and their two children. Connect with John Ross Bowie: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnrossbowie/ Website: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/No-Job-for-a-Man/John-Ross-Bowie/9781639362462 -- Ronit is a teacher and speaker whose essays, creative nonfiction, and fiction have been featured in The Atlantic, The Rumpus, The New York Times, The Iowa Review, The Washington Post, Writer's Digest, American Literary Review, and elsewhere. Her memoir WHEN SHE COMES BACK about the loss of her mother to the guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and their eventual reconciliation was named a 2021 Best True Crime Book by Book Riot and was a Finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards, the Housatonic Book Awards, and the Book of the Year Awards. Her short story collection HOME IS A MADE-UP PLACE won Hidden River Arts' 2020 Eludia Award and will be published in 2023. She is creative nonfiction editor at The Citron Review and lives in Seattle with her family where she is working on her next book. More about Ronit: https://ronitplank.com More about WHEN SHE COMES BACK, a memoir: https://ronitplank.com/book/ Connect with Ronit: https://www.instagram.com/ronitplank/ https://twitter.com/RonitPlank https://www.facebook.com/RonitPlank Background photo: Canva Headshot photo credit: Sarah Anne Photography Theme music: Isaac Joel, Dead Moll's Fingers
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Friday, December 9 and reports on a judge denying the DOJ's request on holding the Trump team in contempt of court in the Mar-A-Lago documents case. Plus, Tony Hale of "Veep" and "The Mysterious Benedict Society" joins Melber and Democratic pollster Cornell Belcher for Fallback Friday.
Find out what Emmy Award winning Writer/Executive Producer David Mandel has been working on, why you need to build a bulletproof writing outline for your script, how Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld assisted in developing his comedy writing skills in the Seinfeld era, the importance of writing partnerships, creating and maintaining the frenetic pace of comedy, his creative partnership with Julia Louis - Dreyfus, why do we need so many executive producers these days?, stealing props, his podcast the stuff dreams are made of on props and that backstory to the Dubonnet lipstick in VEEP! Peppered with wisdom, insights, tales from the set and anecdotes, this is one for all lovers of comedy, TV and writing.
Chances are you'll recognize today's podcast guest! Laura Niemi plays Steve Carell's wife on FX's The Patient, now streaming on Hulu. #NoBigDeal She's also had roles on Stranger Things, Grey's Anatomy, This Is Us, Veep, and NCIS. If you've EVER considered leaving your reps, but were afraid to do so, her story carries a message I KNOW you'll relate to… Most actors think BIG TIME ROLES will make their career easy breezy. Hold up Covergirl! Yes, credits can help… But I'mma bet even Academy Award-winners Viola Davis & Olivia Colman worry if their reps do a good job putting them up for roles they're truly right for. At one point in their careers Viola & Olivia probably had a hard time saying goodbye to reps that weren't reeeeeaaaaaally working out. So before you decide that fancy credits solve everything
Grace's guest this week is Georgia Pritchett, the genius behind many of the shows we watch on the telly when we've whipped up our bowl of comforting goodness. She is currently a writer on the award winning satirical black comedy-drama Succession, which follows the disturbing and dastardly lives of media conglomerate family the Logans. Georgia's past work includes The Thick of It, Miranda, Have I Got News For You, and Veep. She joins Grace to discuss the perils of snacking while breastfeeding, the dangers of fizzy paté, and the importance of dining out alone. And, of course, the food that has comforted Georgia along the way
In a replay of episode 165, the great Seth Morris (an actor, improvisor & writer from Big Mouth, Love, VEEP, The Good Place, Broad City & Maron) & I discuss auditioning remotely, improvising over Zoom, the origin of Bob Ducca & ever-so-much more. What a delight. www.twitter.com/sethismorris www.instagram.com/sethismorris
Reid Scott has an extensive acting resume, best known for his starring role as Brendan "Brando" Dorff in the TBS comedy series My Boys and Deputy Director of Communications Dan Egan in the HBO comedy series Veep. Scott has stretched his acting muscles again in this heart-warming and hilariously funny movie, Who Invited Charlie. Scott said this was an authentic "indie" experience, with the cast and crew constantly working hard to make each shot count while offering the actors freedom and space to improvise and have fun with their characters. Scott said this film is more than just another project. It was made from the passion of all those involved, and he is proud of it. We were able to sneak in some questions about Scott's return to the final season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, adding this season has some of the biggest and funniest episodes to come, hopefully leaving the fans satisfied with the final episode. Host: Monica Gleberman Editor: Polina Jdanova Social Media Graphic: Jojo -- Synopsis: Phil Schreiber, a self-involved hedge fund manager, living in New York City, escapes to the Hamptons with his wife and son at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Making an already fraught situation worse is the surprise arrival of Phil's college roommate Charlie, an exemplar of Falstaffian excess *Who Invited Charlie is currently making its rounds on the festival circuit, hopefully announcing a worldwide release soon. For The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Prime Video has not announced a release date, but rumors are the final season of the show will be available next year. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @SilenceonSet and Instagram @SilenceonSetPod
Paul Scheer [Black Monday, Veep, The League, Human Giant] talks with Anna about career choices, unexpected casting, the benefits of being naïve, surviving on Subway sandwiches, good movies verses favorite movies, and much more. For more of Paul, check out his podcasts How Did This Get Made? and Unspooled.Today's first call is with Mya whose decision to pursue her master's degree prompted her boyfriend of four years to propose they have an open relationship. Mya had hoped for a different kind of proposal and now wonders if the relationship has run its course.Next to call in is Charlie, who unknowingly keeps finding herself in relationships with men already in relationships. Charlie wonders if the problem is somehow hers and how she might fix it. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On this episode, I am going to describe to you how I break down scripts as a Set Decorator for Set Dressing. I have taken scene descriptions from “Parks and Recreation”, “VEEP”, “The Good Place” and “American Crime Story”. I tdescribe scenes that are visually memorable from these scripts. Other scenes I felt the description would help out in describing what is needed for Set Dressing. Subscribe to Decorating Pages Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Pandora, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio,iHeartRadio Follow at: @decoratingpages on Twitter decoratingpages on IG Decorating Pages Podcast on YouTube @decoratingpagespodcast on TicTok Contact Kim Wannop at email@example.com www.decoratingpagespodcast.com Decorating Pages is a podcast dedicated to taking you behind the scenes of the designs of your favorite TV shows and Films. Each episode I'll be sharing design stories from some of Hollywoods most famous sets. I'll have interviews from Set Decorators, Production Designers, Producers, Directors and Actors about creating the look of tv and film, about their design inspirations, and stories that take sets from page to screen.
FROM OUR 2020 "DIG THIS" ARCHIVES TO WISH GARNET MIMMS A HAPPY 89th BIRTHDAY!Best known for his original rendition of "Cry Baby," later a major item in Janis Joplin's repertoire, Garnet Mimms' pleading, gospel-derived intensity made him one of the earliest true soul singers. His legacy remains criminally underappreciated. Garnett Mimms was born in Ashland, West Virginia.He was brought up in Philadelphia, and began singing in church as a child.As a teenager, he was a former member of the Philadelphia-based gospel groups, the Evening Stars, the Harmonizing Four and the Norfolk Four.The latter he recorded his first record for in 1953.Garnett served several years in the military, and upon his release, he returned to Philadelphia in 1958 and formed a doo wop quintet called the Gainors.The line-up included Sam Bell, Willie Combo, John Jefferson and Howard Tate.The Gainors recorded singles for several labels over the following three years, including 'Red Top' (later picked up by the Cameo label), Mercury (from 1959-1960), and Tally Ho (in 1961).The group subsequently evolved into Garnet Mimms And The Enchanters, where the singer and Sam Bell were joined by Charles Boyer and Zola Pearnell.They met songwriter / producer Bert Berns, who signed them to United Artists, in 1963, and Bert teamed them up with another songwriter / producer, Jerry Ragovoy.Jerry's work helped create some of R & B's finest moments.The song 'Cry Baby' was an immediate U.S. hit, while 'Baby Don't You Weep' and 'For Your Precious Love' consolidated their arrival.The group split in 1964, when Garnett embarked on a solo career.Although the Enchanters found a new vocalist and continued to record, they were overshadowed by their former leader.Garnett' subsequent releases, 'Look Away', 'It Was Easier To Hurt Her' and 'I'll Take Good Care Of You' (the latter Garnett's last Top 40 hit in 1966), were well received, highlighting the singer's church roots against Ragovoy's musical backdrop.Such excellent records were not always well received, and in 1967, Garnett was sidelined to United Artists' subsidiary Veep.'My Baby' and 'Roll With The Punches' followed, but the singer's precarious artistic standing was confirmed when the latter was only released in Britain.Ragovoy then took Garnett to Verve Records (where he was also producing Howard Tate), but the four singles that appeared, although good, did not do as well as expected.It was not until 1977 that the singer returned to the chart.Credited to Garnet Mimms And The Truckin' Company, 'What It Is' was a minor R & B hit and even reached the UK chart at number 44.The track was produced by Randy Muller of Brass Construction fame.Garnett Mimms is now a born-again Christian and has not recorded for many years.
Artificial Intelligence Podcast Podcast Notes Key Takeaways Racism is attributing some characteristic to an entire population based on the notion that some members of that population are doing bad things “The great lie that we tell ourselves is that people who are evil are not like us, they're a class apart. People who do evil things, people who support evil people, they're not like us.” – Ben Shapiro The polarization of politics increases the likelihood of normal people supporting an evil person in order to stop someone they believe to be more evil “Politics is Veep, it is not House of Cards.” – Ben ShapiroEveryone in politics is an idiot until proven otherwise; virtually everything is done out of stupidity rather than maliceIf we remove agency from individuals, and if we blame broad-scale political rhetoric for every act of violence, then the people who pay the actual price will be the general population because free speech will go awayElon Musk taking over Twitter threatens the state's control over what can be said on the platformThe town square is online; banning people from the town square is un-personing them, and in American society, a person should not be unpersoned unless they have violated a criminal statuteJoe Biden allows the prevailing winds of his party to carry him to incredibly radical places, and then he doubles down on the radicalism in disingenuous waysThe coordinated, collusive media blackout to cut off the lifecycle of the Hunter Biden laptop story before relevant questions could be answered is a bigger story than the laptop story itself The West took the worst possible view on the Russian-Ukraine issue before the conflict ever broke out: it encouraged Ukraine to join NATO and the EU without actually letting it join, while simultaneously provoking Russia in the process There is a bizarre focus on throwing hundreds of billions of dollars in subsidies at the same three “renewable energy” technologies that aren't viable solutions to climate change “Nuclear energy is great. Nuclear energy is a proven source of energy and we should be radically extending the use of nuclear energy.” – Ben Shapiro The meaning of life is to fulfill what God made you do across a series of rolesMost good people die, are mourned by their family and friends, and are forgotten in two generations; they are the people who incrementally move the ball forward in the world, oftentimes more so than the people that are considered greatRead the full notes @ podcastnotes.orgBen Shapiro is a conservative political commentator, host of The Ben Shapiro Show, co-founder of The Daily Wire, and author of The Authoritarian Moment and other books. Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsors: – ExpressVPN: https://expressvpn.com/lexpod to get 3 months free – Policygenius: https://www.policygenius.com/ – BetterHelp: https://betterhelp.com/lex to get 10% off – InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/lex to get 20% off EPISODE LINKS: Ben's Twitter: https://twitter.com/benshapiro Ben's Instagram: https://instagram.com/officialbenshapiro Daily Wire: https://dailywire.com Ben's Books: The Authoritarian Moment: https://amzn.to/3T3RRJv Facts (Still) Don't Care About Your Feelings: https://amzn.to/3T3Hwgs How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps: https://amzn.to/3fxmeKx The Right Side of History:
Actress Margaret Colin will join in The Locher Room to look back at her remarkable career. Margaret's career began was cast as Paige Madison on The Edge of Night of Night. Soon after she originated the role of Margo Montgomery Hughes on As the World Turns.Margaret has worked non-stop for the last four decades appearing on film, in primetime and on Broadway. Movie fans will recognize Margaret for her roles in Something Wild, Three Men and a Baby, The Butcher's Wife, Independence Day, The Devil's Own, Unfaithful and First Daughter. Her primetime roles include Foley Square, Leg Work, Chicago Hope, Now and Again, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Chicago Med, Shades of Blue, and HBO's hit series Veep. Gossip Girls fans will remember her for her role as Eleanor Waldorf on the hit CW series which she just reprised in the HBO Max update.Colin met actor Justin Deas when he played her love interest, Tom Hughes, on As the World Turns. They were married in January 1988 and have two sons.Don't miss the chance to catch-up with this fan favorite.Original Airdate: 2/19/2022
HBO's Veep ran from 2012 to 2019; it's star Julia Louis Dreyfus, as a fictional, vice president, known as Salina Myer who later becomes President of the United States, only to lose it through a bucket, full of senators. With what's going on now I felt this satire is a Soberr Main reminder of how crazy politics is. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/drzeusfilmpodcast/support
Let's talk about your favorite milf: Julia Louis-Dreyfus. This episode is about politics, TV shows you weren't once ready to watch, and the beauty of fanfiction. If you want to enjoy the podcast, please leave a review and share it. If you want to reach out to us, please send a message on Instagram (@catsmilfsandlesbianthings) or on Twitter (@cmlesbianthings). We want to hear from you!
Today we're joined by Emmy nominated film and TV composer Christopher Willis and vocal contractor and session singer Elyse Willis. Chris is best known for his work on HBO's hit comedy Veep, as well as his score for Armando Iannucci's film “The Death of Stalin.” One of his most recent projects is “Schmigdoon!” which just started streaming on Apple TV+. Elyse has sung on dozen's of projects as a session singer including Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, The Lost City, Lightyear, and Spider-Man: No Way Home. She's also a vocal contractor for several television shows, and is in her fourteenth season singing with the prestigious Los Angeles Master Chorale. We have a great chat about how to get repeat gigs as a composer or singer, composing budgets, union recording sessions, and the importance of knowing when to move on in your career.In this episode we'll dig in on...How to get repeat gigs as a vocalistThe overworking and micromanaging mentality of the music industryBreaking into composition and film scoring in 2023MusicologyConquering the blank pageLearning to write for the budgetThe importance of being dependableWorking at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control facilitySinging in the LA Master ChoraleWorking on projects for streaming services like Netflix and Disney+Growing up obsessed with Classical musicThe rules of union recording sessionsPackage & All-In DealsSight readingComposing music for a Disney Parks rideComposition opportunities for video gamesMentioned in the Episode:AFM (Musician's Union)SAG/AFTRA (Singer's Union)Steven Pressfield - "The War of Art"Sun Tzu - "The Art of War"Travis' Intro: Give Your Self PermissionLearn More About Christopher & Elyse...Chris' Website: www.christopherwilliscomposer.comElyse's Website: www.elysewillis.comChris' Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrchriswillisElyse's Twitter: https://twitter.com/elysemwillisOur Sponsors:Sign Up for Complete Producer Network HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Beats Accelerator Process HERE!Get on the Waitlist for The Mix Accelerator Process HERE!Progressions Links:Support Progressions on Patreon!Sign up for the Progressions Mailing ListInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/progressionspod/Facebook:
For Video Edition, Please Click and Subscribe Here: https://youtu.be/0VwWSMzug9A Will Nunziata is a New York City based director and creator of theatre, film, and television. He is the 2019 recipient of BroadwayWorld's Best Director Award. Recently, Will directed the first NYC revival of the Tony-winning musical “Over Here” starring Tony Award winner Debbie Gravitte and Broadway stars Haley Swindal, Jessica Hendy, and Nikka Graff Lanzarone; the first NYC revival of the Kander and Ebb musical "The Act" starring Tony Award winners Randy Graff and Cady Huffman, Broadway's Julia Murney, Karen Mason, Mamie Parris, Nikka Graff Lanzarone, “Veep”'s Anna Chlumsky; and conceived and directed the critically-acclaimed off-Broadway revue “Our Guy, Cy: The Songs of Cy Coleman” starring four Tony Award winners — Lillias White, Cady Huffman, Randy Graff, and Judy Kaye — all of whom worked with the late-great composer Cy Coleman. Co-conceived with and starring Tony Award winner Cady Huffman, Will co-conceived, wrote, and directed the critically-acclaimed off-Broadway run of “Miss Peggy Lee: In Her Own Words and Music" for which he won the 2019 BroadwayWorld Award for Best Director for his work on the show. As a concert director, he has written and directed concerts for Grammy, Tony, and Emmy Award winning artists including Lillias White, Jackie Evancho, Clint Holmes, and Nicole Henry (to name a few). Will is also developing three television situational comedies, and recently released his first short film titled “The Old Guitarist” starring his friend, the legendary actor of “Sopranos” fame, Dominic Chianese. It has already garnered Will accolades including "Best 1st Time Director" by the New York Best Actor & Best Director Awards. WillNunziata.com
Dana was last on the One Broke Actress podcast for the Season 4 premiere in 2019. Known best for her role as Cam's sister, Pameron Tucker, on ABC's Modern Family, Dana found her voice and began comedy improv training in Los Angeles at iO West, UCB, and The Groundlings. You may have seen her in other things such as Bridesmaids, Veep, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Good Place, and more. In this episode, Dana talks about all that has changed since the pandemic — where she cleaned house and moved on from her reps after things weren't working out. She gets candid about where she is at in her career now and what keeps her going despite her come-to-Jesus moments. 01:25 — Industry Changes Since 2019 02:52 — Self-Tapes Post-Pandemic 05:06 — Dealing with Twice the Effort for Auditions with Half the Results 09:00 — Managing the Need to Improve + Self-Confidence 11:38 — Getting Older + How The Work-A-Day Actor Is Disappearing 15:40 — Your Representation + Advocating for Yourself 20:50 — How to Know When You're Doing Enough, Content Creation, and Improv 28:52 — AD: Olive & June ⭐︎Visit oliveandjune.com/broke20 for 20% off your first full system⭐︎ 31:45 — What to Do When This Career Gets Lonely 34:57 — Having Hard Talks with Your Reps 41:35 — Dana's Message to Actors without Representation 44:30 — The Mindset Needed to Stay In the Industry for 15+ Years 50:09 — Clip from Season 4, Episode 1 + Dana's Reaction to Her Past Self 55:02 — What's next for Dana + Where to Find Her Resources Mentioned in This Episode: Dana's IMDb Dana's IG Check out Dana as the voice of Mato in Season 1, Episode 9 of Cars on the Road, "Getting Hitched" Dana's Podcast with Jessica Young "The Rants and Raves Podcast" Camp Improv Utopia -------- Want more? Check out Patreon for bonus episodes, IG Close Friends content, and so much more. And don't miss all the content on IG and as always at, OneBrokeActress.com And if you're needing some personalized help from Sam, you can schedule a chat with her right here. Don't forget to join the mailing list here! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/one-broke-actress-podcast/message
David Pasquesi is a comedian, actor, writer and producer known for She-Hulk, The Book of Boba Fett, Veep, At Home with Amy Sedaris and one of our big favorites the criminally canceled too soon Lodge 49. He's from Chicago where he worked with Del Close and the prestigious Second City. We are so glad David could take some time to talk to Jeff and Steph. Thanks again for joining us this week, remember to Like, Subscribe on YouTube, Rate and Review us on Spotify and as always… Keep it Canon! #DavidPasquesi #SheHulk #BookOfBobaFett #StrangersWithCandy #SecondCity #Lodge49 #GenX #Marvel #Veep #StarWars #Comedy #Atlanta #RadioLabyrinth Checkout the Video Version this episode: https://youtu.be/vIOGyeQg0ak _________________________________________________________ Guest: David Pasquesi Interviewers: Jeff Leiboff and Steph Swain Podcast edited and produced by Dustin Lollar _________________________________________________________ Follow our Audio Podcast: Radio Labyrinth Podcast on Spotify, iTunes, Audible or any podcatcher! Follow our YouTube page! https://www.youtube.com/radiolabyrinthpodcast Become a Radio Labyrinth Patron! https://www.patreon.com/Timandrews Social Media: Twitter - https://twitter.com/radio_labyrinth Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/radiolabyrinth/ Instagram - @RadioLabyrinthPresents and @RadioLabyrinth TikTok - @RLPodcast
Morning Mix listeners told us about their kids swearing, including at school to teach another student the proper way to swear. And, we spoke with Tony Hale, the star of The Mysterious Benedict Society, which airs on Disney Plus. Listen to The Morning Mix weekdays from 5:30am – 10:00am on 101.9FM The Mix in Chicago, at wtmx.com, and on our free Mix App available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Rich and the guys react to the Brooklyn Nets parting ways with Steve Nash then bringing in suspended Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka to replace him. Emmy Award-winning actor Tony Hale joins Rich in-studio to discuss the new season of his Disney+ show ‘The Mysterious Benedict Society' and reveals some great secrets about ‘Arrested Development,' ‘Veep,' and ‘The Sopranos' in a round of ‘Celebrity True or False.' Rich and the guys react to the Denver Broncos sending edge rusher Bradley Chubb to the Miami Dolphins. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Brian Huskey is an actor, comedian and writer who has over 175 acting credits to date, he has earned "That Guy” actor status. On television, Huskey has had memorable recurring roles as Chet, the oddball paramedic on Adult Swim's “Childrens Hospital”, Leon West, the bitter and cutting journalist on “Veep”, Victor, the unhinged husband to Natasha Leggero in “Another Period” and was a series regular on “People of Earth” playing the paranoid sad sack, Richard Shultz. Huskey has also voiced numerous characters for animation, including the fan favorite Regular Sized Rudy, on Fox's “Bob's Burgers”. Among Huskey's movie appearances, he has been paired with the likes of Seth Rogen in “This is the End”, “Neighbors”, Neighbors 2” and “The Disaster Artist” and with Will Farrell in “Stepbrothers”, “Land of the Lost” and “Semi Pro”. Huskey has also written two feature films for Paramount Pictures, Comedy Central's “Kroll Show”, and earned an Emmy Nominations for his work on Comedy Central's 2010 “Night of Too Many Stars” and Adult Swim's “Childrens Hospital”. He starred in and co-wrote the original, fully improvised film “A Better You”. Brian also created, wrote and starred in two darkly comic television specials for Adult Swim, “Mr. Neighbor's House” and “Mr. Neighbor's House 2”. We chat about his previous life as a photographer and being in a band, the benefits of improv, divorce, mindfulness, the highs and lows of show biz, the stories we tell ourselves, Al-Anon, empathy, collaboration, and the flow state. The video footage of this entire chat is now out as well (one day after release)! So check them out on YouTube under Michael Kahan Check Brian out on: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebrianhuskey/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thebrianhuskey Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/thebrianhuskey ------------------------------------------- Follow @Funny in Failure on Instagram and Facebook https://www.instagram.com/funnyinfailure/ https://www.facebook.com/funnyinfailure/ and @Michael_Kahan on Insta & Twitter to keep up to date with the latest info. https://www.instagram.com/michael_kahan/ https://twitter.com/Michael_Kahan
Peter Grosz is on the show straight from the driver's seat of the Sonic Drive-Thru commercials, a Chicago boy by way of the Second City, he's written for comedy heavy weights like Colbert, Seth Meyers, & Amy Sedaris; been seen on comedy blockbusters like Curb, Inside Amy Schumer, & Key and Peele; most known for his time on Veep, around the New York circuit, and in a city near you soon, on Episode 139.
Democrats scramble to avert shock Senate loss in WA state. Outside groups pump millions into Murray campaign as Smiley gains ground in polls. KNOW IT ALL: 1) NARCAN and fentanyl test strips now available at vending machines for free. // Russia accusing Ukraine of planning false flag “dirty bomb” explosion. // Putin and more missile practice.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Another round of layoffs coming for tech workers who work from home. Veep is in Seattle. // Bremerton football coach who was fired for praying on the football field must be reinstated. WH spokesperson says record turnout does not contradict democrats' narrative about voter suppression. Bryan and Greg check the texts. // Former U.S. marine corps fighter pilot who worked in China is arrested in Australia. Iranians killed in Ukrainian strikes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Is Katie Hobbs smart to avoid debating Kari Lake? ... Are Democrats taking extreme positions on abortion? ... Why Oklahoma and Oregon may surprise us on Election Day ... How Trump decimated a generation of promising conservative leaders ... What's going on in Iowa? ... Why is Tulsi Gabbard campaigning with Kari Lake? ...
Is Katie Hobbs smart to avoid debating Kari Lake? ... Are Democrats taking extreme positions on abortion? ... Why Oklahoma and Oregon may surprise us on Election Day ... How Trump decimated a generation of promising conservative leaders ... What's going on in Iowa? ... Why is Tulsi Gabbard campaigning with Kari Lake? ...
The UK has been swept up in a week of economic and political turmoil, with Prime Minister Liz Truss's Conservative government coming under increasing pressure over its controversial tax cut plan. Financial markets are roiled, the British pound tanked, and the IMF issued a rare rebuke. Meanwhile in Italy, the electoral success of Giorgia Meloni marks a lurch to the far right that will see a party with roots in neo-fascism enter power for the first time since World War II. And in the US, the latest January 6 hearing had to be postponed due to the devastating arrival of Hurricane Ian. Political chaos often acts as inspiration for Armando Iannucci's work. He's beloved for his comedies, looking at the absurdity of politics in The Thick of It, Veep, and The Death of Stalin. His latest work, Avenue 5, is a sitcom about a tourist spaceship thrown off course. But as he explains to Christiane, his goal isn't just to poke fun at those in power, but increasingly to try and shore up our fragile democratic norms. Also on today's show: Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Jodi Kantor; comedian Hasan Minhaj.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Comedian, UCB Founder and two-time Emmy Nominee from HBO's Veep, Matt Walsh, helps answer the question, ‘when is it okay to laugh?' We speak with Matt about pandemic hobbies, fathering gay and non-binary children, giving comedians space to learn from their mistakes and how men use comedy to hide vulnerability. About Matt Walsh: Matt Walsh is a two-time Emmy-nominated actor from HBO's award-winning comedy series Veep. He can be seen in the recently released “Unplugging” co-starring with Eva Longoria. He also just finished co-hosting season one of the comedy panel show “Would I Lie To You” on the CW. He is a founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade sketch comedy troupe, with which he co-starred in the original television series and the 2015 reboot. In addition to his film and TV work, Walsh is a charitable founder of Open Book with his wife Morgan. The charity donates LGBTQ affirming books in public elementary schools around the country. He also hosts an annual charity golf tournament called the Turkey Bird Classic, which benefits Defy Ventures, an organization that helps formerly incarcerated men and women. New episodes every Monday
To close out our week of bonus interviews, this time around, we're chatting with the great Lew Morton! If you're a Talking Futurama listener, you likely know his name from our podcasts about his very funny episodes, like "Amazon Women in the Mood" and "Mother's Day." But Lew is also attached to legendary TV comedies like NewsRadio, Veep, Silicon Valley, and most recently, Beavis and Butt-Head Do the Universe—as well as the recent series reboot of MTV's brain dead duo. Listen in to learn about his long career in the world of comedy writing, and the secret formula to what makes Beavis and Butt-Head work! Support this podcast and get dozens of bonus episodes by visiting Patreon.com/TalkingSimpsons and becoming a patron! And please follow the official Twitter, @TalkSimpsonsPod!
Now wait a minute. This week's episode was recorded a few weeks ago, so we're coming to you from the time machine. (Bryan) was still hungover from the double debauchery of his birthday and the Social Club Kiki (leaky tops!), but if we know anything (and we do, pardon me), it's that this week's guest is worth the wait. Joining us in The Carriage House is none other than writer, actor, and comedian Peter Grosz! You know him from literally a million things, whether it's his classic commercials for Sonic, his work on VEEP and THE PRESIDENT SHOW, or his Emmy winning stint as a writer for THE COLBERT REPORT. You can also catch Peter in his monthly New York show WE FIXED IT at Caveat on the Lower East Side. This month's show is on September 9th! Peter joins us to give advice on making a high flying career change, dealing with a recluse neighbor, and a work crush that's going nowhere. An official Ask Ronna Coffee Kiki may be brewing! In the coming month or two we'll be making an announcement about it, but to make sure you're invited, become a a coffee subscriber today at askronnacoffee.com September's AR Social Club Member list is set, but it's not too late to become a member for October! If you know how much Ronna loves Halloween, then you also know we've got some serious plans in store for the club. Join us before October 1st to be invited! arsocialclub.com
We're keeping things comedy when Tony Hale and Rob Lowe are on the mic. In today's episode find out how Tony made the transition from acting for commercials to acting on television, how working with great comedy writers helps you feel comfortable on set, how Arrested Development was a much different experience than VEEP, and some great behind the scenes SNL chat! Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Yours could get featured on the show!
Matt Walsh (Veep, UCB) joins us this week and shares the turning points in his life that moved him from studying psychology and working in a psych ward to becoming a founding member of UCB and a household name in comedy. Matt shares praise for Julia Louis-Dreyfus and notes how important it is to have a good leader for the success of a show like Veep. We also talk about difficulty in dramatic roles, how the middle child is expendable, and how nice it is to take the role of a viewer on your own projects by doing a rewatch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices