Interview with Alice Lee of ABC’s “Take Two”

Chemistry sounds a lot like science, but it’s really magic. And, ABC’s Take Two crackles with the stuff! The scintillating cast compliments each other in so many engaging ways, creating the most enjoyable series to air on network TV this summer. The show is from Terri Edda Miller and Andrew W. Marlowe, the creator and…

Chad Connell: “The best thing you can be”

Job listings can be intimidating. But at least they are quantifiable: “Must have an MBA,” “Must be proficient in Excel,” “Must type 50 words per minute.” Imagine reading a job listing that stated, “Must be a sports physiotherapist who is obsessed with dogs and is unfairly handsome.” In Crawford, a new CBC Comedy series, Chad…

Tammy Gillis: Discovering her Personal Legend

“When you want something, the whole universe will conspire for you to have it … Signs [are] when you look around and you see, ‘The universe is talking to me!’ I have to understand this language.” — Paulo Coelho author of The Alchemist “There was this time in my life when I was younger and…

“Something Rotten!” = Something Awesome!

It’s the 90s — the 1590s— and Shakespeare parades around the hamlet followed by his entourage. At this stage of his career, Shakespeare is the shizzle! He’s even bigger than The Beatles — granted none of the Fab Four had yet been born. Everyone adores The Bard. Everyone except Nick Bottom, that is. Nick is…

Daniel Beeman is up to “Something Rotten!”

Daniel Beeman grew up just outside of Omaha, Nebraska and went to college in Kansas City. In 2015, he left behind a lifetime of competitive swimming and moved to New York to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. During his first week in town, Daniel went to see a new Broadway production. He left…

Interview with Olivia Edward, star of FX’s “Better Things”

“My favorite thing about acting is that you could be any character in the world! You could be anything in the world,” Olivia Edward enthused. Olivia is the bright, rising star who plays Duke, the youngest (and sweetest) of three markedly different daughters on FX’s Peabody-winning hit comedy series Better Things. Max, her emotionally volatile…

Interview with Brad Zimmerman: The story behind “My Son The Waiter”

Doing an interview with Brad Zimmerman is pretty tough. He’s worked all over the country alongside other great entertainers such as Brad Garrett, Dennis Miller, Susie Essman, and Julio Iglesias. Joan Rivers once said, “I’ve had three great opening acts in my lifetime: Billy Crystal, Garry Shandling, and Brad Zimmerman.” The guy is a master…