John Ratzenberger | The A.V. Club Interview
Ratzenberger spoke to The A.V. Club in the midst of a dual press blitz for Fan Favorites: The Best Of Cheers and WWJD II: The Woodcarver, discussing his days as an improv comedian in the UK, how he helped create Boston’s most famous fictional mail carrier, and how lying about his cycling skills got him into the movie business. [Read More]
Watch the Laughspin video interview with Marc Maron
Last week when I was in Grand Rapids taking in the second annual Gilda’s Laughfest, I got a chance to catch up with Marc Maron– in a way that seemed most natural: sitting on a clinically white sofa in front of a few cameras and surrounded... [Read More]
Meet Me In New York: Hannibal Buress
What do they say about New York City: There are eight million stories, and sometimes it seems as though eight million of the people telling them think they're comedians? No, that's not it. It is a fact, though, that America's biggest city is also its... [Read More]
The Laughspin video interview with Jimmy Shubert from Laughfest
While at Laughfest in Grand Rapids last week, I caught up with comedian Jimmy Shubert just before he was about to get on a plane to Los Angeles. You may know Jimmy from his appearances on King of Queens; he also just did a spot on the CBS hit series ... [Read More]
The Laughspin video interview with Christina Pazsitzky from Laughfest
GRAND RAPIDS, MI — So, I’ve been hanging out in Western Michigan the past few days checking out the second annual Gilda’s Laughfest, which raises money for Gilda’s Club here in the city. I sat down with a great handful of comi... [Read More]
Sarah Thyre: Michael Ian Black on Parenting, Pop Culture and His Worst Christmas Present Ever
"Part of what's exciting to me about my career is the constant looking forward. Whenever I finish one project, I am looking to what's next. I'm not sure what it would mean to have 'made it.'" [Read More]
Will Ferrell on the joy of bad special effects, acting with his ass | The A.V. Club Interview
Ferrell recently sat down with The A.V. Club to talk about the joy of bad special effects, acting with his ass, and his viral Super Bowl ad. [Read More]
David Cross interview: David Crosses The River | Brooklyn Magazine
David Cross fans should be used to his pulling no punches by now. We already know he was not a fan of malt loaf on the set of The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, and now thanks to this interview, we know how he really feels about the East Village and the controversy over his comments about Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked. (He feels negatively about them.) [Read More]
Bill Maher comes to unbuckle the Bible Belt and pull Nashville's pants down (interview)
To me, that is the arrogance of religion, to be able to sit there on your throne and tell people how it is supposed to be. Well maybe it's supposed to be that way for you, Rick. But shouldn't we all get to make our minds up on that issue? [Read More]
Steven Wright talks funny about being funny | Nashville Scene
"There was no plan. The main thing was writing, writing, writing. And then when I went out and just said it. I wasn't trying to create this persona that I am known for. That was just naturally how it came out. And you can see how I'm talking to you right now. But also I was very afraid to be onstage — I was such an introverted person. So I was saying these insane things, but I had an extra serious face because I was nervous. But the only thing planned was the writing of it. How it came out is ju... [Read More]