Co-host of Comedy Film Nerds, filmmaker, stand-up comedian, Graham Elwood speaks about his fun & informative podcast (all about movies), his life changing tours performing for our troops in Afghanistan & Iraq, plus more.
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Host of mega podcast, Never Not Funny, actor and comedian Jimmy Pardo joins us to talk about his current gig with Conan, his comedic journey, he even talks about Steve Perry of Journey. He later throws a jab or two and we discuss a future punch & run greeting. A great entertaining guest!
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Martin talks with super talented comedic actor, James Adomian. They discuss James’ background, and what he has going on now. Listen in as James talks about what it is like as a very active improvising comedian and hear some amazing impressions as well.
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Martin sits and chats with Maine comedian Brian Brinegar. They talk about relocating from California to Maine and how it tends to shape the comedic mind. They also discuss “Taintless Love” (not the song), fraudulent ghost busting and more.
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The Gentlemen’s Club podcaster, Caleb Bacon joins Martin for a 20 minute chat about his television work with such projects as HBO’s Deadwood, Big Love and they also discuss his podcast. Martin forgets to talk about Caleb’s comedian & actor guests and shoots straight to the porn stars.
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Martin talks to the lovely and talented comedian, Jen Kirkman. They discuss the hilarious “Drunk History” episodes she was in, her latest album; “Hail to the Freaks”, teenagers & obtuse, working on Chelsea Lately Show and a lot more.
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Martin talks to Stevie Ray Fromstein in Toronto about his podcast and stand-up one man show, The Holy Atheist. Stevie is not an obnoxious atheist, he just challenges beliefs, so listen in to hear some interesting points of view. Stevie is currently on tour with Norm McDonald and you can check out The Holy Atheist Podcast website by clicking Stevie’s image.
Martin visits with Dee Dee Russell in San Francisco, who is a Sensational Sexist Womanist Bohemian Filmmaker, Television Personality! Listen in for some good humor and the inside story of Dee Dee’s life from growing up in Wisconsin to her move to San Francisco. They talk about her upcoming film project, “My Brother Freeway Mike McCarter” click here to see!
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Martin is in Santa Monica at an outdoor cafe talking with comedian, Ed Crasnick (formerly of the Hebrew Chapter of The Hell’s Angels). Ed talks about This Week in Comedy (click here), and his Self Help Comedy Hour. He talks about being a closet impressionist and his sister Rochell who suffered with Beatle Neurosis. Near the end of the interview, Ed is attacked by a fly in the eye. Ed swears the fly is a reincarnated disgruntled relative. We wrap up the interview with Ed in Cyclopes mode.
Martin talks to the Mad Scientist of Mystery Science Theater 3000, Frank Conniff. Listen in to hear about Frank’s roots and what he is up to now.
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Martin has a heart to heart with comedian Paul Gilmartin about the launching of his new podcast: The Mental Illness Happy Hour. Paul discusses how he lives with depression and how it runs rampant in the comic and artistic world. He talks about helping people and what he has done to make his life the best it has ever been. Why not have a few chuckles and learn a little about what is under the laugh of comedians.
Martin interviews Gina Grad about her journey as a radio personality, voice over work and more. They talk about her two year stint on the Conway & Whitman Radio Show, and her latest venture with Randy Wang “The Pretty Good Podcast” and much more (click here to visit the podcast website)