Chris Kattan (SNL, A Night at the Roxbury) chats with Chris about watching SNL as a kid, which casts are their favorites and getting his start in comedy with The Groundlings. He also talks about coming up with his iconic characters like Mr. Peepers and Mango, getting injured and how it affected his comedy and his new book Baby, Don’t Hurt Me!
Wayne Brady (Whose Line Is It Anyway? Let's Make a Deal) chats with Chris about his love of nerd culture, how he got into acting and finding his own identity as an actor. Wayne also talks about getting on Whose Line Is It Anyway?, how they dealt with rejection in their careers and everything else Wayne is currently working on!
Mark Manson (author) talks to Chris about how he promoting his upcoming book, the response he got to his book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck and how people can choose what and what not to care about. They also talk about how it’s human nature to look for problems and what readers can expect from his new book Everything is Fucked: A Book About Hope!
David Yarovesky Returns
David Yarovesky (The Hive, Brightburn) returns to the podcast! He and Chris talk about making films with a limited budget, what he learned from making music videos and where the idea for Brightburn came from. They also talk about the response to Brightburn, how it is working with studios and they talk about the stories of some of their favorite horror movies!
Alexandra Shipp (X-Men, Love Simon) talks about her acting style, how so much of acting is waiting around for your scene and the TV shows she watched growing up. She also talks about her first day on set for X-Men, being bullied as a kid and her new movies Dark Phoenix and Shaft!