TV showrunners are the new rock stars. Right, Vince and Shonda? VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Neil Landau, screenwriter, UCLA School of Film professor, author, The TV Showrunner's Roadmap     Watch this exclusive Mr. Media interview with Neil Landau, screenwriter, UCLA School of Film professor and author of The TV Showrunner's Roadmap, by clicking on the video player above! Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience full... Continue Reading →

Mad Men actress Channing Chase lifts veil on Pete Campbell’s mom! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Channing Chase, actress, "Mad Men"     Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of Madison Avenue advertising executives enjoying their free fall from black and white to technicolor… in the NEW new media capital of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida! When last we heard of Pete Campbell’s mother, Dorothy, the... Continue Reading →

From My Three Sons to Argo, Barry Livingston survived Ernie! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Mr. Media is recorded live before a studio audience of real live actors from TV’s Golden Age who still see the world in black & white… in the NEW new media capital of the world… St. Petersburg, Florida!   If you’re my age, you know what it was like to watch TV shows such as... Continue Reading →

Mad Men favorite Patrick Fischler cracks wise with Don Draper! VIDEO INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Patrick Fischler, actor, "Mad Men," "Lost," "Weeds," "Southland"     The first time Jimmy Barrett appeared in a second season episode of AMC’s Emmy Award-winning series “Mad Men,” was like a sock in the jaw. Who was this 1960s potato chip shilling, insult comedian? Why was he so rude all the time? And... Continue Reading →

Detroit 1-8-7’s resident redhead, Erin Cummings, speaks! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Erin Cummings, actress, Bitch Slap, "Detroit 1-8-7"   ABC had me at “redhead” when the opportunity to interview “Detroit 1-8-7” co-star Erin Cummings appeared. Learning she had a recurring role on AMC’s “Mad Men” earlier this season didn’t hurt either. And neither did her experience as a co-star of the film Bitch Slap,... Continue Reading →

456 Community’s Abed is a man of many: Batman, Don Draper… ! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Danny Pudi, actor, "Community"   It’s a shame Lorne Michaels didn’t sign up Danny Pudi for “Saturday Night Live” before the producers of the NBC sitcom “Community” cast him as “Abed.” He is so flexible in body, mind and voice as to suggest a combination of Jim Carrey, the late Phil Hartman and... Continue Reading →

Actress Alison Brie melts hearts and Mad Men! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Alison Brie, actress, "Mad Men," "Community," "G.L.O.W."   Alison Brie is a supporting actress on two hit series—“Community” on NBC and “Mad Men” on AMC. Not bad for a young woman whose previous acting resume is still thin enough as to include performances in community theatre shows at a Jewish Community Center in... Continue Reading →

Young Hayley McFarland is a Lie To Me Handful! PODCAST INTERVIEW

Today's Guest: Hayley McFarland, actress, "Lie To Me"   Something was seriously missing from the second episode of the second season of Fox’s drama Lie To Me: punishment for Hayley McFarland’s character, Emily Lightman. Hayley, who plays a young high school student named Emily on the show, lied to her father—Dr. Cal Lightman, played by... Continue Reading →

Mad Men? Mad makeup by Debbie Zoller! PODCAST INTERVIEW

  Emmy nominated makeup artist designed the look of "Mad Men" during its first two seasons Here’s what I think I’ve learned about working women in the early 1960s: • They worked really hard at putting on their faces in the morning. • They worked equally hard at taking off their faces before bed. •... Continue Reading →

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