Julia Scotti - Episode 537

• July 24th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic Julia Scotti. Julia's high octane delivery, combined with her hilarious, groundbreaking and thought provoking views on most everything have ignited a buzz all across the country. She can be seen on this season of America's Got Talent on NBC. Having appeared on Comedy Central and Showtime she also performs regularly in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and Reno. In 2014, she was one of the winners of the Laughlin Laugh Festival and she has been named one of the top 5 Transgendered Comedians in the country by the Advocate. Everywhere she goes, she creates legions of loyal fans of all ages and all persuasions who just can't get enough of this Crazy Old Lady of Comedy.

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Bob Levy - Episode 536

• July 22nd, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic Bob Levy. Bob also known as Reverend Bob Levy has been headlining the comedy circuit for years with a huge cult like following based in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.  is best known as being a regular personality on The Howard Stern Show as well as being the co-host of the Miserable Men show on Howard 101. He has often been the host of comedy roasts, is a frequent guest on the Opie and Anthony Show and was a stand-up comedy performer on the Killers of Comedy tour. He was also heard daily on the Kidd Chris morning show on WYSP in Philadelphia as an on-air guest, until they were fired in May 2008 and currently had his own podcast The Bob Levy show. 

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Tom Snyder - Episode 535

• July 20th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with writer/musician/producer Tom Snyder. Tom is the creator of Squigglevision, the animation style made famous by Comedy Central's cult classic series Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist, which he created with Jonathan Katz. He was the executive producer of Home Movies, the first program to air on Adult Swim and one of IGN's Top 100 Animated Series, BET's Hey Monie! and ABC's Saturday morning entertainment cartoon Science Court. He has won Peabody, PGA and Cable Ace Awards for his animated programs. He also composed the music for many of these projects. Currently he just released an audio book Is Anyone All Right? which defies categorization a bit.  It's the studio recording of a musical stage comedy written and scored by him and narrated and performed by multiple voice actors.  It's very sweet and well-written.  Much of its charm comes from big-hearted characters and the overly detailed/subtle stage direction he takes comedic advantage of in this format. 

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Linden Ashby - Episode 534

• July 18th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Linden Ashby. Linden is currently in his sixth season starring in the hit MTV series Teen Wolf where he plays Sheriff Stilinski and is also well known for his role as Johnny Cage in the film adaption of Mortal Kombat and as Dr. Brett Cooper in Melrose Place. In a career that has spanned almost 30 years he has had co-starring roles in the soap operas Loving, Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless. He has also guest starred or recurred in numerous series such as The Gates, Drop Dead Diva, Franklin & Bash, Necessary Roughness, CSI: Miami, The War Next Door, Spy Game and many more. His film credits include 8 Seconds, Wyatt Earp, Cadillac Ranch, Outrage, Resident Evil: Extinction, Prom Night and Iron Man 3 to name a few.

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Nicholas Tana - Episode 533

• July 15th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with director Nicholas Tana. Nicholas is a published author, journalist, songwriter, award-winning playwright and director, musician, and actor. He got his first start in TV while working as a Production Assistant for PBS KAET Channel 8 in Tempe, Arizona while attending Arizona State University. Upon graduation, he served as an Associate Director for ESPN International before starting his own production company, Smart Media L.L.C. for which he has written, produced, and directed numerous commercials, promotional marketing videos, and IT training materials for clients like Universal Music Group, Conoco Phillips, Sempra Utility Company, and Molina Healthcare. He optioned his children’s animation concept, The Adventures of Bony Macaroni to Good Kids Entertainment where it was picked up for Distribution by Bejuba Entertainment. This past year in 2016, his first feature documentary film, Sticky: A (Self) Love Story, which is the world’s first feature documentary on masturbation, received several distribution offers before being picked up by Vision Films for worldwide distribution. His second film, Hell’s Kitty, a comedy horror based on an award winning web-series and comic book, features more horror icons than any movie in history. Hell’s Kitty has already received distribution offers from both Tomcat Films and Lonely Seal Releasing and will be making its first festival appearance at the Bram Stoker Horror Festival in England in October 2016.

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Amanda Lauren - Episode 532

• July 13th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with writer Amanda Lauren. Amanda calls herself a “Jackie of All Trades, Marilyn of None” and has written about everything from sex to socks. Her articles have been featured on Mashable, LA Weekly, She Knows, After Party Magazine, Ravishly, Your Tango, The Gloss, Cheat Sheet, Xo Jane, Huff Po, No Tofu, Psychology Today (her therapist was so proud) and Salon among other sites. She has also been seen on Good Morning America, Fox and Friends and been heard on various podcasts across the internet.

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Currie Graham - Episode 531

• July 11th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Currie Graham. Currie currently can be seen as Mario Silleti on Murder in the First and upcoming as Calvin Chadwick in Agent Carter. HE has been acting for over two decades and has filled up his resume with a variety of television and film credits from a wide array of roles and genres since the late '80s. Graham is known for playing Lt. Thomas Bale, the micromanaging station commander in the final season of the TV program NYPD Blue. His other regular starring TV appearances include the final season of the TV program Suddenly Susan as the male lead/romantic interest Nate Knaborski. His television debut was a guest appearance in an episode of Just the Ten of Us in 1988. It wasn't until in 1992 that he followed that up playing a part in a Law & Order episode. During the next three years, Graham did a handful of films and made-for-TV movies including the crime dramedy Money for Nothing (1993). While primarily recognized as a TV actor, he has added several film credits to his name including the action thrillers Rancid (2004) and Assault on Precinct 13. He has established a prolific career in television with multiple guest-starring roles, including recurring roles in House playing the husband of Dr. House's ex-girlfriend Stacy, 24 as Ted Cofell, Boston Legal as ADA Frank 'My Name Appears Second on the Ballot this November' Ginsberg, Desperate Housewives as Lynette Scavo's boss, Ed Ferrara, and in Men in Trees as Supervisor Richard Ellis, the romantic interest of local chief of police Celia Bachelor. Other guest appearances include TV shows as Judging Amy, Patrick Lehane on the TV Mini-Series Would Be Kings, CSI, Criminal Minds, Ghost Whisperer, Lie to Me, The Mentalist and Castle. Recently, he appeared in the direct-to-DVD film Stargate: The Ark of Truth, a film conclusion of the Stargate SG-1 television franchise, as IOA agent James Marrick, and then he went to star as Nick Balco in the series Raising the Bar.

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John Eddie - Episode 530

• July 9th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with singer/songwriter John Eddie. John moved to New Jersey in the 1970s and became a popular club circuit musician there, occasionally performing with Bruce Springsteen. He signed with Columbia Records and released two albums including his 1986 self-titled debut, John Eddie. His first single, Jungle Boy peaked on Billboard at #17 Rock and #52 Hot 100. He was dropped by the label early in the 1990s. He then signed with Elektra Records where he was chosen to represent Elektra on their 40th Anniversary record called Rubaiyat with his version of The Cure's "In Between Days" and recorded a third album, which, after a lengthy legal dispute, was never released. Since then he has recorded independently and toured extensively and secured a record deal with Lost Highway Records and his 2003 release of Who the Hell is John Eddie? subsequently produced three top 10 singles at the Triple-A Radio format. He has also written the Kid Rock songs Lowlife, Forty and Happy New Year and in 2013, the song he co-wrote with Brantley Gilbert, "More Than Miles", became a top country hit for Gilbert, peaking at No. 6 on the national country charts.

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Scott Cohen - Episode 529

• July 6th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Scott Cohen. Scott is a face recognizable to many thanks to numerous roles in television, film, and theater. He is perhaps best known for his work on a variety of television series, including Gilmore Girls, on which he starred as Max Medina, the love interest of Lauren Graham's Lorelai. He also starred in SHO's hit series, Street Time and Necessary Roughness and has appeared on NYPD Blue, Law and Order: Trial By Jury, The Practice, Without a Trace, Grey's Anatomy, CSI, Castle and Blue Bloods, among other series. He starred opposite Natalie Portman in Don Roos' feature film The Other Woman and has appeared in Everybody's Fine, alongside Robert DeNiro, in Nicole Holofcener's Please Give, and in Ed Zwick's Love and Other Drugs and has starred in numerous independent films, including Iron Cross, Winter of Frozen Dreams, and indie darling Kissing Jessica Stein and appeared alongside Mel Gibson in How I Spent My Summer Vacation. His prolific theater resume includes roles in the Broadway comedy "Losing Louie" for the Manhattan Theater Club, in David Ives' The Other Woman and in A Nervous Smile opposite Amy Brenneman, among many others.

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Grover Silcox - Episode 528

• July 3rd, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic Grover Silcox. Grover started performing stand-up in the late 70's and was part of the Original 11 of the Philadelphia comedy scene and eventually won the Philadelphia Comedy Award. He has written for other comics, produced and hosted shows for local and national television programs, landed a job as a television feature reporter, won three Emmy awards, worked as a writer and sidekick on 93.3 WMMR and later became a long-time guest pundit on 102.9 WMGK. He has also produced and performed comedy shows and funny team-building programs for dozens of corporations from Cigna Insurnace to AT&T and contributed voices on a Grammy winning CD called All About Bullies to support anti-bullying efforts in schools. Currently he serves as a reporter for a PBS station out of Lehigh Valley, PA. 

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Rosemary Rodriguez - Episode 527

• July 1st, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with director Rosemary Rodriguez. Rosemary wrote, produced, and directed a feature film called Acts of Worship in 2001, which is about a young woman struggling with drug addiction. The film was nominated for, and won, numerous indie film awards as well as awards from film festivals such as St. Louis International, Santa Barbara International, and Magnolia Independent. In addition she has worked as a director on many U.S. TV series, including Third Watch, Law & Order, Rescue Me, Castle, Criminal Minds, Undercovers, Without a Trace, Elementary, Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll , Blue Bloods, Empire, Law & Order: SVU and 18 episodes of The Good Wife.  

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Jay Black - Episode 526

• June 29th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic/writer/actor Jay Black. Jay is a former high school teacher turned comedian. He made his mark on the college circuit performing at over 400 colleges and has been named the nation’s Top College Comedian numerous times. Beyond colleges, he is a regular on the club scene, opening for stars such as Joel McHale, Ben Bailey, Sinbad, Bobcat Goldthwait, Christopher Titus and Greg Fitzsimmons, as well as headlining rooms in Atlantic City and Las Vegas. He has been seen on Showtime, NBC, Fox Business, A&E, CBC, and the Howard Stern Network. He has made regular appearances as a pop culture critic on Extra and Angelo Cataldi’s top-rated Philadelphia radio program. As a writer he has co-written the TV pilot "Paulie" and many movies including How Sweet It Is, Bus Driver and Meet My Valentine which he also co-starred in.

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Max Alexander - Episode 525

• June 27th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with comic/actor Max Alexander. Max is one of the few comics to have appeared on The tonight Show with Jay Leno... and Johnny Carson! His face is instantly recognizable from such movies as Forgetting Sarah Marshall with Jason Segal, Man on the Moon with Jim Carrey, Punchline with Tom Hanks and Roxanne with Steve Martin. He has and can be seen on many television shows such as The 9 on ABC, the Emmy Award winning ABC drama The Practice, Hollywood Squares and on HBO and Comedy Central. His voice can also be heard in the comedy hit The Farce of the Penguins. As far as stand up goes, he has performed with the best of the best. From Frank Sinatra, Julio Iglesias and Tom Jones, he hasn’t just shared the stage with these icons once or twice, he has delivered the goods consistently for well over 3,000 shows. He is also one of the top corporate comics in the country today and has performed over the years for such companies as McDonald’s, Buick, Home Depot, Acura and Pepsi, to name a few.

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Liz Gillies - Episode 524

• June 23rd, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Liz Gillies. Liz currently stars as Gigi in the FX hit Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll. She began acting professionally at the age of 12. With a strong background in musical theater, she made her Broadway debut at age 15, starring as the character "Lucy" in the original Broadway cast of 13. Shortly after the closing of 13, she went on to land the role of Jade West in the hit Nickelodeon series, Victorious. She has played recurring roles in television series, such as The Black Donnellys, the animated series, Winx Club, where she voiced the character of Daphne. She has also guest-starred on television shows, including Big Time Rush, American Dad, Sam & Cat and White Collar. Her film credits include The Clique, Killing Daddy, Vacation and Harold.

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Raphael Sbarge - Episode 523

• June 21st, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Raphael Sbarge. Raphael is currently one of the stars of the hit series Murder in the First and recently recurred on Once Upon a Time, in the role of Archie Hopper and Jiminy Cricket, in the hit ABC fantasy drama. He began working at the age of 4, when a new PBS show called Sesame Street was looking for kids and by 16 he was in his first Broadway show, The Curse of the Aching Heart, opposite Faye Dunaway. At 18, just days after graduating high school, he flew to Chicago to co-star in Risky Business with Tom Cruise. He has appeared in more than 30 films, including Independence Day, Vision Quest and Pearl Harbor. He was a series regular on CBS's The Guardian and appeared in recurring roles on Dexter, Prison Break, 24 and Star Trek: Voyager and has made more than 100 television guest appearances, with roles on The Good Wife, Castle, CSI, Chicago Fire, Criminal Minds, Grey's Anatomy and many more. He is also a video game voice artist and his credits include the highly acclaimed series Mass Effect 1, 2 and 3 (The New York Times' Game of the Year) and Knights of the Old Republic, among others. He has stepped behind the camera, as well, serving as director and co-executive producer of two Web series: On Begley Street, starring Ed Begley Jr. and Jenna's Studio, starring Jenna De Angeles, who has racked up more than 3 million views on YouTube and directed and produced a documentary about climate change, Is There Hope for Planet Earth. The documentary was filmed at the prestigious California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, CA.

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Eliza James - Episode 522

• June 19th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with violinist Eliza James. Eliza has been a successful, working professional musician in Los Angeles since the age of 18. She has performed on multiple occasions at the Grammys, the American Music Awards, the Academy Awards, the Women in Film Awards, the BET Awards, American Idol, the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Hollywood Christmas Celebration At the Grove, the JC Penney Jam and the Sundance Film Festival. She is the featured solo violinist in Burt Bacharach and Paul Anka’s touring bands and has played the Playboy Jazz Festival, the Wrightgaarden Langesund Summer Festival (Norway), the Milano Jazz Festival, the North Sea Jazz Festivals (Rotterdam Holland and Curacao), the Tokyo Jazz Festival, the Montreal Pop Festival and the the Umbria Jazz Festival (Perugia Italy). She has also performed with Shakira, Nicki Minaj, John Legend, Pink, Daft Punk, Kanye West, P. Diddy, Googoosh, Roberta Flack, Harry Connick Jr, Bernadette Peters,Randy Travis, Billy Idol, 3 Doors Down, Andrea Bocelli, The Calling and many more.

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Matt Malloy - Episode 521

• June 18th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Matt Malloy. Matt had his break-out performance was his co-starring role alongside Aaron Eckhart and Stacy Edwards in the 1997 black comedy movie, In the Company of Men, which he co-executive produced. He began his acting career in earnest appearing in the made-for-television movie, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, followed by the HBO mockumentary TV series, Tanner '88. Since then he has constantly worked over the last 28 years. His numerous TV credits include co-starring in the hit series Alpha House and guest starring in such shows as The Practice, Spin City, NYPD Blue, Ally McBeal, Star Trek: Enterprise, Providence, Six Feet Under, NCIS, House, The West Wing, The Unit, Numb3rs, Law & Order, Bones, The Mentalist, The Good Wife, Royal Pains, Modern Family, Togetherness, Grandfathers and many more. He also has appeared in countless movies including Finding Forrester, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle, As Good as It Gets, The Imposters, Happiness, Election, Cookie's Fortune, State and Main, Dr. T and the Women, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Changing Lanes, Hitch and Fargo.

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Rob Steinberg - Episode 520

• June 14th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Rob Steinberg. Rob got his breakthrough role in Die Hard 2 as the assistant to Bill Atherton's obnoxious TV reporter on the airplane. Then he booked a Matlock guest star and a national Scrabble commercial and he hasn't looked back.  In the Oscar winning film, 12 Years a Slave, he played Mr. Parker, the guy who saves the slaves. Out this year he will appear in LBJ starring Woody Harrelson and the soon-to-be-blockbuster, Peter Berg's Deepwater Horizon starring Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell, Gina Rodriguez and Kate Hudson and is also in Adam Rifkin's Director's Cut starring Missy Pyle and Penn Jillette and will play a Mafia Boss in Extraction starring Bruce Willis. He has appeared in CBS's Zoo and had recurring roles on Lifetime's Army Wives and Drop Dead Diva, CBS's soaps Y & R and The Bold and the Beautiful and HBO's Treme and has guest starred in many other TV series. Over his career he has appeared in nearly 35 films including Unlawful Entry, Single White Female, The Starving Game, Grace Unplugged, Ricochet and more recently Lay the Favorite, Hijacked and Zombie Hamlet.  

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Brian Herzlinger - Episode 519

• June 12th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with director/writer Brian Herzlinger. Brian's first feature film as a director/producer was My Date with Drew. He starred in the $1,100 film, which was rated the 4th most profitable film of all time. Between 2005 and 2009, he served as a regular On-Air Correspondent for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, starring in over 26 episodes for the number one-rated late night program. He also produced and hosted his own segment of TVʼs Extra, as well as serving as an on-air correspondent for Jerry Zuckerʼs internet and television entity National Banana. He has directed and co-written the movies How Sweet It Is, Meet My Valentine, Bus Driver and Three for the Road and the pilot Paulie and has been director on many other projects including Baby on Board, Christmas Angel, Brother White, Finding Normal, The Perfect Daughter and The Last Love Letter, Smothered by Mothers and Love Always, Santa.

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Adrian Paul - Episode 518

• June 9th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Adrian Paul. Adrian is an actor renowned for his lead role, as Duncan Macleod, in the action series Highlander. The show spanned 6 seasons, 117 episodes and ran in over 90 countries world wide. As well as starring in numerous action films, including two Highlander Films, he has also choreographed numerous sword fights and action sequences for both television and film during his 30 year entertainment career. During that time he also directed and produced TV and Film along with founding his own charity The Peace Fund. (Protect, Educate, Aid Children Everywhere). The Peace fund has been in existence since 1997, helping improve the lives of children, in the US, Haiti, Thailand, Cambodia, Pakistan, Hungary and Romania. In June 2015, Adrian ran a Sword Experience workshop, to raise money for one of the children the Peace Fund supported. The event went so well that he decided to hold other similar events at venues across the US. At this once in a lifetime experience, he will be hands on to pass on some of the knowledge he learned whilst working with world renowned action stars, stunt choreographers, and sword masters.

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Eric Bazilian - Episode 517

• June 7th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with musician/songwriter Eric Bazilian. Eric is a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, arranger and producer, best known for being a founding member of the rock band The Hooters and for writing "One of Us," made famous by Joan Osborne in 1995. Nervous Night, The Hooters' 1985 debut on Columbia Records, sold more than 2 million copies and included Billboard Top 40 hits "Day By Day" (#18), "And We Danced" (#21) and "Where Do The Children Go" (#38). After releasing six albums, The Hooters obtained a large global following throughout the 1980s and 1990s. As a result, they were asked to open three major musical events of the late 20th century: Live Aid in Philadelphia in 1985, Amnesty International Concert at Giants Stadium in 1986, and Roger Waters' The Wall Concert in Berlin in 1990. In 1995, The Hooters went on hiatus but since then have released more studio and live albums and still tour together. Throughout his career Eric has collaborated on musical projects for many other artists. Some of the long list he has worked with include Jon Bon Jovi, Cyndi Lauper, The Scorpions, Robbie Williams, Ricky Martin, LeAnn Rimes, Journey and many others. He also recently toured with Joe Bonamassa and performed in Europe at benefits for the Light of Day Foundation that helps with Parkinson's Disease awareness.

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Mark Povinelli - Episode 516

• June 2nd, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Mark Povinelli. Mark is best known for his role as The Cat in the Amazon series Mad Dogs, Kinko in the film Water for Elephants and as Todd in Are you There, Chelsea? (Which made him the first little person ever to be cast as a series regular on a network studio sitcom.) A veteran of stage he toured the world in the play Mabou Mines DollHouse and has been in other productions all over the USA. He also has countless TV and movie credits that include Dog with a Blog, Frasier, A.N.T. Farm, Criminla Minds, Breakout Kings, Modern Family, Boardwalk Empire, Til' Death, Clod Case, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Dharma & Greg, The Polar Express, Beer for My Horses, Mirror Mirror and many more. 

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Michael Damian - Episode 515

• May 28th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor/writer/director/singer Michael Damian. Michael is best known for his roles as Danny Romalotti on The Young and the Restless which he played for over 20 years and his number 1 hit record Rock On. He has also starred on Broadway in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and performed that role in San Francisco and Los Angeles. He has recorded 10 studio albums and has directed 14 movies and co-written 13. His latest, High Strung has been getting rave reviews.

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Richard Bush - Episode 514

• May 26th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with musician Richard Bush. Richard was the front man for the hugely popular Philadelphia band "The A's" in the late 70's and early 80's. They had two big hits, "After Last Night" and "A Woman's Got the Power" and recorded a few albums but eventually broke up. He took a sabbatical for many years from performing live but continued to write and record at his home studio. In 2006 he formed the band the Peace Creeps who still perform all over the Philly area to sold out crowds and he is currently working on a new album.

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Abraham Benrubi - Episode 513

• May 24th, 2016

Steve Cooper talks with actor Abraham Benrubi. Abraham is best known for his appearances as Jerry Markovic on the long-running U.S. TV drama ER, for his first role as Larry Kubiac on the series Parker Lewis Can't Lose and for his voice acting on the Adult Swim claymation series Robot Chicken. His first major part was on the show Wings, as Roy "R.J." Biggins, Jr., Roy's gay son. He would appear as R.J. twice: once during the show's second season, and again during the seventh season. He has co-starred or been a recurring character in many popular series such as Happy Town, Memphis Beat, Men in Trees, Bosch and The Bridge and guest starred in numerous shows including Criminal Minds, Once Upon a Time, Roseanne, Bones, American Dad!, The X-Files and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He also has a impressive movie resume being in the films Open Range, Without a Paddle, The Man Who Wasn't There, U Turn, Twister, Miss Congeniality 2 and Big Hero 6 to name a few. 

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