Rondell Sheridan gives an interview so good it’s got 2 parts. Everyone knows him from his ridiculously long list of starring and guest starring TV roles but the comedian, actor and director gives a must listen interview for comedians and standup comedy fans. Sheridan talks first time doing standup, coming up in the NYC comedy clubs and how his move to LA unfolded – you know, with the usual stuff like doing The Tonight Show with Carson AND Leno, Letterman, Late Night w/Conan O’Brien and back to back standup specials.
The HILARIOUS Christopher Brian Roach talks life, comedy and his latest gig on CBS’s “Kevin Can Wait” and comedy insider John Trueson plays wingman. A must listen 30 minute episode that will make your commute fly by (even if your spouse is in the car).
Taylor Williamson talks about how America’s Got Talent changed his comedy career, what he’s been up to since coming in second place on the show and announces his guest appearance date for this season. Don’t let the rags to riches story fool you, Taylor is The Real Deal who has been performing standup comedy full force since his senior year of high school and he works just as hard now as he did when he started. The three comedians discuss working various facets of the comedy circuit and are pleasantly surprised when they realize Taylor is the son Bernie & AL gave up for adoption when they were teens.
Sooooo, do you love Wendy Liebman from America’s Got Talent? Or perhaps she rocked your world on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno? Or w/Johnny Carson? How bout her Letterman spots? Her HBO Special? It doesn’t matter which one of her dozens of TV credits or hundreds of live performances made you fall for her, the point is Wendy dropped by Bernie and AL’s to talk about her career, current projects and how being hit by a drunk driver changed her outlook on life, love and family. This episode is part 1 of a great hang with Liebman.
So, What do you do when you graduate from college and you can’t find a job? You start a successful gourmet food truck & restaurant business, of course. Creator / owner of Roxy’s Grilled Cheese James DiSabatino stopped by Laugh Boston to talk about coming up with the idea and making it happen. No culinary arts degree, no business plan just a passion for great food and people. (We’re guessing all the exposure on The Food Network’s ‘The Great Food Truck Race’ didn’t hurt either)
Bernie and AL interview comedian Jay Black in the greenroom at The Tropicana in Atlantic City. They discuss the highs of headlining, getting his pilot made with a cast including Paul Sorvino, Janeane Garofalo and Michael Madsen and the lows of depression. Lexapro, anyone?
Bernie and AL interview comedian Jimmy Dunn about landing a starring role on CBS’s new sitcom The McCarthys. Jimmy tells about being flown in from Boston for the audition, the grueling process of keeping himself in the running and falling asleep on a bench on the CBS studio lot. It’s ok, the director woke him up telling him he got the part. Where better to interview this Boston comedian than Beachmont Dunkin’ Donuts in Revere? Keeping in true Boston form, you’ll hear from a few neighborhood characters as all 3 comedians witness and comment on a racial altercation. As if you could do anything in Boston without there being a racial altercation.