Join Kevin as he sits down with actor Will Forte (Saturday Night Live, Nebraska). Will chats about his passion for singing James Ingram, his lost SNL characters, and his recent turn at becoming a dramatic actor.
Join guest host Paul Sheer as he and Todd Glass discuss Todd’s comedic career. Todd chats about opening for Patti LaBelle, enjoying his time on a reality series, and how his fellow comic friends felt the need to do bits while he was having a heart attack.
Join Kevin as he sits down with professional footballer turned actor, Vinnie Jones (Snatch, X-Men: The Last Stand). He chats about his new television series, firing tennis balls at paparazzi helicopters with Jason Statham, and beating people up in movies.
Join guest host Samm Levine as he sits down with actor John Carroll Lynch (Fargo, Zodiac). John talks about improvising with Clint Eastwood in Gran Torino, creating a character for the Coen Brothers, and why most of the roles he reads for are named Frank.
Writer/Director/Actor/Comedian Michael Showalter shares all he can in an all too brief 2-hour window. He talks of the New York writer’s life, how after 20 years he’s finally ready to sell a piece of his soul to showbiz, and why men can be cat ladies too.
Larry Miller chats about how a classically trained musician became a stand-up comedian in the 1970's of New York, as well as an actor in over 40 films.
John Slattery talks about his early life in theatre and waiting tables in New York as well as his experiences working on shows like "Mad Men."
Adam Scott sheds light on starting at the Academy for the Dramatic Arts, the difficulties of choosing acting as a business and a life, as well his remarkable turn into comedy films.
Neil Patrick Harris, on the day he announced his plans to adopt twins, sheds new light on the four different phases that have been his career.
J.K. Simmons discusses his early days in theatre and then television. He also shares, quite candidly, what it's been like to work more than once with the same filmmakers: Sam Raimi, The Coen Brothers and Jason Reitman.
Paul Rudd opens up about his journey through theater to television to film. His discusses how said path took him to study theater at Oxford, leave a tv sitcom to make his Broadway debut in Alfred Uhry's "The Last Night at Ballyhoo," and then how he has slowly become a much sought after film comedic actor.
Craig Ferguson talks openly about his life and career prior to his current massive success as a late night talk show host and how one goes about re-inventing that type of television standard. He shares a great deal about his life and passions.
Wayne Federman shares his rather eclectic career, which deals with the trajectory of becoming a well-known stand-up comedian as well as the bestselling author of "Maravich".
Alan Zwiebel discusses becoming a writer on Saturday Night Live during those historic first five years. He shares insights into the launching of that television institution, as well as becoming the main writer for Gilda Radner while she was on the show and how their friendship and working relationship continued til her death. He also talks about helping to run the great "It's Garry Shandling's Show" and co-writing Billy Crystal's Broadway sensation "700 Sundays".
Martin Mull chats about being an early '70s stand-up comedy icon, including being roommates with Steve Martin, and then re-inventing late night talk shows by starring in "Mary Mary Hartman" and "Fernwood Tonight. He also shares a slide show of his truly impressive artwork as a painter, which has been showed all over the world.
Greg Proops' work on television's "Whose Line Is it Anyway" set him apart from so many that had come before him. Here, he chats about how that work has taken him around the world, bringing laughter to people everywhere, as well as a few tours entertaining U.S. troops in Iraq.
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