Nate Corddry vs. Rob Corddry? A Harry’s Law grudge match! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today’s Guest: Nate Corddry, actor, “Harry’s Law”

Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of jealous, out-of-work former co-stars from Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip… in the new new media capitol of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida!

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What’s the difference between brothers Nate Corddry and Rob Corddry?

Isn’t it obvious? They’re both solid actors, good for a laugh and each will probably swear to being mother’s favorite.

So what is it really?

Rob’s the devilish one, the recent co-star of Hot Tub Time Machine . It’s probably those years on “The Daily Show” – he always appears to have an itinerary other than the apparent one.

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NATE CORDDRY podcast excerpt: “I put up with so much crap as a kid–it’s all coming back now. The amount of times Rob sent me on wild goose chases and beat me up in the backyard? I have at least three or four years of criticizing him to make up for that.” 

You can LISTEN to this interview with NATE CORDDRY, co-star of NBC’s HARRY’S LAW, by clicking the audio player above!

Nate, on the other hand, is the angelic one co-starring on NBC’s new legal drama, “Harry’s Law,” every Monday night at 10 p.m. He comes across as sweet, angelic and thoughtful. He was also one of the most under-appreciated stars on NBC’s crazy 2006 behind-the-scenes series, “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.” (Nate was also on Showtime’s “United States of Tara.”)

Nate, I bet, is the one mothers should warn their daughters about.

One more tip: Nate still has his hair. Duh.

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