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"brad williams" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

02:54 min | 6 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

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"brad williams" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

05:29 min | 6 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"Your mom wants you to write. Oh, that wasn't an actual joke. Was your mom at your housewarming? Yes. Secret lover, too. Yeah. So okay, I gotta hear this. Okay, this is all right, so a lot of people this party know who my father is. My parents are still together. They've been married 38 years. They are their lovely people that are wonderful couple. My mom shows up to my housewarming party with a childhood friend of mine's dad. Our families have known each other for years. So it's not weird to me. But I have to look at her and be like, mom, you realize that you walked into my housewarming party with a man who is who looks like he could be your boyfriend. Yeah. And parents. I was like, oh, your parents are here. Oh, that's my mom and the neighbor. And the neighbor and the guy everyone thinks she's fucking. I feel like I have the assets, is he a little person? I would have made it even weirder. Yeah. But like my mom walks into the party and I'm like, mom, everyone thinks that you're cheating on dad, in front of me. Like you just brought your lover's rubber shame to you, I think. Yeah, and everyone's talking like, I don't know. I don't know how Brad's mom's doing that. His dad's not even here. And speaking of uncomfortable, I'm sorry. Do we just try to very attractive to most dogs? He's not doing the dog just made sweet love to Brad Williams. You know, the biggest problem is he tries to do this with every person that comes in to show that he's like, hey, I live here you don't. Yeah. But doesn't tell him no. They get their phone out and start recording and taking pictures and no one says no, so I'm like, I have to put a shot caller and I'm zap the shit out of it..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

02:23 min | 6 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"She's in the south and she's crazy. So she's a Fox News editor. Which by the way, by the way, I know so many Fox News people that are just horrific. Yeah. There's like terribly funny people. Oh wait, I mean, I guess you almost have to be. Yeah, it's a little. Yeah, but it was humor. But I felt like because of Twitter, I always feel like doing stand up. I got to cut in front of the line. There are people that are like, I've been out here for 9 years and you know, I've still never been at the laugh factory. I'm like, I moved out here and they're like, hey, you want a spot? You know? I'm barely doing. But, you know? And I get to like the fucking laugh factory because of that following. And thank you for bringing that up because there's a lot of people that when they get their famous for a thing, whatever that thing was, not particularly stand up. And then they do stand up and they're selling out and they're like, look at how good I am at stand up because I have 2 billion YouTube followers. Yeah, and it's like obviously it's intoxicating to know like, okay, you have hundreds of thousands of people. You can call on to come see you. But if you're not ready for that, it's like it's interesting. I remember we were friends with rob Delaney, who was not working all the time. I was working in small clubs, but really sort of Twitter got him to sell out theaters. Yeah. And then, you know, he's one of the ones who rose to the occasion. Yeah, absolutely. It's almost like it's almost nerve wracking to know that it's amazing that the quote unquote gatekeepers of fame and show business are no longer the gatekeepers of fame and show business. So much. But then at the same time, terrifying for that reason for that now all of a sudden if you get a viral video where maybe you didn't even write it, it was just some sort of happenstance. And now look at fucking Logan Paul. Logan Paul does and he's not ready for that shit. Clearly. This is apology. When you have to go, I'm sorry, I showed a dead. I didn't know that wasn't cool. He seems awesome. Was that wrong? I just resent having to know who Logan Paul is. Yeah, I didn't even know I was like, what the fuck with his hair? I was just sad. Doing it, we are back and better than ever. A new web.

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"brad williams" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

05:51 min | 6 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"He was huge. Yeah, that was right before my dementia. Yeah, right before my MCU. I'm in the very first episode of mind and CEO. As the guy who's imitating the kid on the Mexicans crossing sign. I actually know that sketch and now I know that that was me. So that was my first sort of big break because that got me to open for him where I opened room for four years. And then after that, sort of graduated in started headlining. Other big break was when I got on the radio here in Los Angeles, meeting Ralph Garmin. Oh yeah. Ralph garma got put me on the Kevin and bean show, I did a segment with them. It was funny. They put me on their April foolishness show where it was like 8 comedians. It was the lineup as Bob Saget, J Moore, Eddie is her Tim mentioned myself and that is some elite shit. I have the T-shirt and you read the shirt with all the names you're like, one of these names, clearly is not the other one. Yeah. And I had a good set and Jay Moore was on after me. And he walks on stage and this is at the old universal amphitheater is 6000 people. And he announces to the audience he goes, all right, just so we're clear after Brad Williams we're all playing for second. Really? Wow. That's cool. Yeah. And he said that to the audience and then so when they went on the radio the following Monday, Kevin and being the guys were talking about my set. And since that day, I sold tickets in Los Angeles, which is impossible to do. Yes, it is. It's so hard, so I owe a lot to those guys. So yeah, those are the two, and then when the first special came out, that's like the thumb. When did your first special comment? 2000 and 14. Yeah, 2014 was fun size. No, no, 2015 was fun size than 16 was daddy issues, and then I took 2017 off from releasing a special because three and three years stupid. Who do you think you would? Yeah, no, but I got another one ready to go. I just finding the location for it. But yeah, so those would be sort of the breaks along those are considerable. Yeah, because when you ask someone what's your break, I mean, normally there's a moment, but and I forget who said this, it's a great quote, but making a show business is not one break. It's a lot of little breaks. I think that's exactly true. Yeah. I mean, I think the hardest thing to do, I always say to people, it's like the hardest thing to do is get the first job. But a tie for the hardest thing to do is to get the second chance. Yeah, because I'm sure your first writing gig on a major hit was like great. It was amazing. Now, now you've quote unquote made it, but then once that show ends, now it's like, what do you do? Oh shit, it's jumping to that next one and boy. They weed out as many people in that leap as they do in the leap. Yeah. So the first leaf. Absolutely. It's crazy. Yeah, and then people have to come up and do that again. And that's the expectation. Like if you write like, I'm sure you guys have seen some of the first writers that when they go like maybe Modern Family is their first show. Yeah. And when that's such a monster hit when one writer goes to a new show and then they tag that show is from the writers of Modern Family. It's like that show has to be Modern Family or your shit. No, that's everyone will just come. It's stripping on you..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"It's like you're playing tennis. And their level of of of their skill level just goes up even a notch. When you see two people really going at a scene and really making it something special. If you could bottle that you'd be totally rich man. If you could do or woman. I know i know but everyone has to be like you said like. Do you feel at home there. And when you don't then you just have to like you know. Tell yourself to just be your character. Are you concerned because there is a virus in the middle of the story it really is. You know the reason why things are the way they are because of what we're going through in real life was your any concern about that at all. now. I think that because it's not like Like taking today's events rhyming it was written so long. I think it's just saying but but what it does say is like if you split into two factions because of a virus and anticipate yourselves against each other at doesn't work. Yeah i mean that that's what it's that story written forty years ago and that's what happened so i think it's more i think what i learn more about. The show is the people's reactions to the virus. Then it's a show about you know arrivers. yeah absolutely. Yeah it's it's it's it's a human story and always has been you know no matter what it was a mini series or what you guys have done. And that's what mr king was trying to put through. It shows the best and the worst of humanity in the same place right right. And we're we're met sabatini right now it is. It is in a way. Kind of prophetic really was really was unfortunately. Yeah yeah i mean the only thing. The thing that i thought was really. You haven't seen it but in the the original. It begins with blue oyster colts. Don't don't fear the reaper and it just pans all these bodies that are dead from the virus and it was really moving..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Big I wanna say jump in the quality of work that i was working on and and I think it brought out the best in may because you're not trying to make you know sometimes mediocre stuff great. You're trying to keep up with making this brilliant writers. You know story come to life. I actually loved it. I actually on my last day. After i died. I sat in my room and i cried because i was just like will i ever get this type of great character again for this long. You know. I know. I will end. Tom is a great character. You know so. That was a gift because that was like such a hard character as well with different layers as well so i was very blessed with both of those and you were in the movie. Bright which. I really liked by the way i thought that was a really cool idea and i love that movie the what it got tad critically but it it was great where we everyone like Rotten tomatoes people love that movie. It was really good and we'll we'll soga in that movie. Oh yeah they were both good. Both they were both. They were both soga. They were both so good. And i love you. Know my my role in there was was really very you know again. He might come up as a bad guy but he had been through some stuff himself. Yes he'd has he did he did. And and then you were for 'em night shamlan in split grid. Oh my god what what's night like on set is like the nicest guy every just i was just like i hope he likes me wants to me and more of his films because it's just nice the around any shoots all them until delph yet and the day of shooting. His wife is always there and his kids are. They're just beautiful family man and he has like the people in the community that he lied on the same people any. He hires super loyal. He's just a really great guy. One of the things. I like to ask. Actors is especially when they come on as a guest star in a series. What's that like for you when you when you do that. And you're walking into an established cast. Who has her own rhythms and everything. And you're there may be a few days or maybe the whole time. What's that like for you. It's interesting because you know. I mean i. I only like to do at this point in my career. Like i only like to do like a episode arc in no but what i would have to like. Do a one episode guest star. I gotta tell you. Sometimes i was shocked. How rude lead. The series regulars treated the guest stars when when the guest stars like. Let's say it's a crime drama like they're kind of leading the episode which gives your show the ratings. Why wouldn't you try to be supportive to them. You know what i mean. So i'm always. I'm always like Impressed with like you know people like will smith. Ppo these people who are really confident but then really like are also so supportive you know..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Not when i was there but his They told me i. His son was a writer on the show on. Joe hell yeah sure. But he goes producer. Said to me Mr king is really happy with what you're doing with tom. He's really he's really static. And that was you know what i mean so that was really nice. Oh boy i mean. That's the creator man. You get a pattern of back like that. I feel like it's a character. Which was what i wanted to take the roles like you know you could be terrible or you could be awesome. You know you really have to you know. Walk a lot tightropes. you're making it real but also you know Not offending. You know what i'm saying. Is you so much there's so much to To take into consideration. So but you know really. I what i realize. Is you know a lot of people who are challenged in that way. They do have a few moments of crystal clear clarity. You know and i think that was important you know and again i don't know what the producers i know you know. Sometimes i you know. I just felt like i had that and actors would kind of look at me so i felt like i did it. You know what. I mean tom to suck you know just like six takes. Maybe do that once. It catches their attention. But they're such good actors they catch it. you know. there's more talk so stay tuned. Here's more sci fi. Talk with tony tamalada at are you the type of actor that when the director yells cut you kinda turn him off or do you have to continue talking like that the entire day. I don't have to keep talking like the entire day. Maybe at the beginning. I add to a little bit because not to other people but like just kind of sit by myself surely just just to get the rhythm but really This particular role. I felt because of my characters Obstacles i felt like my character. Bills very isolated. What i did want to do is the crew that the actors got along so well would sit in this tent and sing songs and it was beautiful..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Type of superhero movie recently that it took a couple of years to release it but it came out but he. He's a wonderful actor and i did. Most of my seems a lot of my seems him out. So did scenes with the will be james and they were. They're awesome to work with nice. That's real nice. So how did you prepare for this guy. Well you know. Like i said he's is a little is low functioning and i felt like to play a character like that. I feel like the trap would be to act like your not with it. You know what i mean. But i think that the way to do it for me was to a guy went to high school with his name. Was ed reinhart's junior and he heard his head. It was a few years older me but he hurt his head in college yet. A blood clot. He was football player and he was never the same but he said to me this one time when i saw me said to me in here still me. That just broke my heart. So it's you know it's not that so he's trying he's trying to get out of there. You know what i mean. He's trying to make you understand what he's thinking what he's feeling. So i took it from an aspect that i wanted to start from a deficit which i would i would kinda just i would do these sleep. Meditations in might trailer before We always working at night so by the time they called came to call me. I was literally asleep. And then i would go to the set because i just felt like that was the best way to come with a with kind of like a blank mind and then just try. Try to get people to understand me. Wow that's that's cool too fortunate that you had a real live person that you can kind base him on and and maybe in a way kind of honor him a little bit too you know..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:42 min | 7 months ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Now another addition of tony tomato onside fi talk from lord of the rings care. Type abraham folks. Julian sands creepy man. Yeah someone i to the hat. Wow hey that's great. Appreciate my guy. The archangel gabriel early. What is most important. Is that burnham forgives herself because burn my carry a tremendous amount of bilton. Shame my name is alex. Zahara played a even god's zales to iron shirt. The one eyed bricky leaders geico dash allman coca. Nash sci-fi talk behavior special effects. What's it like care for you both to kind of act the things that aren't there. Well you know sometimes you have the various anyway but people at all day gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusions wrong have prosper high. Today we have. Brad william hanky and he is starring in the stand as tom. Cullen of course we all know him from orange. Is the new black welcome brad. It's to have you on the podcast and talk about some of your work thanks. I'm so excited. Talk to you. Well scanned as i understand it We actually won't see this till february of next year. I think you'll see it. December nineteenth on december nineteenth. I liked that. I liked december. Nineteenth is the is. The is the first episode. And they're not all shown they're not dropped at once so then there will be one every week after that excellent excellent and it's going to be on. Cbs all access. Which i've been watching star trek on there so it'd be great to see the stand there as well there you go. I think i think people are gonna like it. I really do talking about your character of tom. Colin and how he plays into the story well. Tom suffered a head injury when he was a kid. So he's he comes off as as a little slower and people don't really think much of him or respect him too much and but he turns out to. I really feel like be the heart of the show and ends up being a hero as well. Oh nice how long would we see you in the in the miniseries I think i start in episode three. And i think i'm in every episode after that. Oh cool really cool. Very cool boy. This is a great cast. I it just seems like discarded. Guards are working into stephen king universally. They're so talented. Yeah i don't know if you ever saw the original..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"This one was like you know and then the episode ends. And you're like. Oh my god. There's another episode. So that's cool so we'll see you in the finale. Yes benefit nellie. Oh that's nice. What was it like when everybody wanted to. Director yelled cut for the last time. Did you guys all managed to have a little party or something to celebrate this. No because Usually i'm there by myself. Do you know what i mean. Yeah and people get done at a certain time and they were trying to all get out of canada because of covid. Yeah rock hardy or anything like that. We sort of got the hell out of there but we text with each other and stuff. It was there any makeup at all on tom. Just the thing that goes on the side of my head. My scar years car okay. Yeah and Yeah that's about it. Well you had to obviously cut your hair for time. Yeah i did i did. I had a cut. The top short enough to the front would hair the them cut that scoring there. You know. Walk around looking like that for six months where he did a great job man again. It was just an amazing performance and I think you took him to a new level. I didn't mind the first one but i. I just think you just delve right into this guy that makes me happy. Oh yeah yeah another one to add to your repertoire of all the different characters you've played and the good the good thing is they're not all alike at all. That's the great thing that's a great thing to put characters to gather like you know right now. There's a show called manhunt. that's out i. It start on spectrum can be nominated on net. Everyone notices so like if you put orange man-hut in the stand. Those are all three completely different character. So i really liked to show people that i can be anything. Are you able to do. I guess video auditions at this point. Even though god knows when people are gonna start treating again actually got offered a movie that starts march. Oh good good for you. This last visit since thursday. Yeah okay so this week last week and this week.

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"That was the episode. Was that in there. Yes it was. It was in their because there was there was a sandwich rain My main man. Nick and i were. I see nick in the like it was all like Dusty and you could you could. I saw the playback. You can only canisius as silhouettes. But he came and told me to go. Find stu episode eight mp wasn't there yeah take been seeing going to be an episode died. The network wanted to move faster to do something. I couldn't really hear him like no way. I made an i. You know something's just happened in a thing about this role is this is the first role that i've ever had like three months to prepare for that instead. I'm so isolated in vancouver and it was raining. I never went anywhere. My dogs over just living in. So it's like i would have liked to see that scene but i shot it and i know i shot it. That's kind of enough for me. That's because as an actor. I already did it. you know. yeah and so. I wish people are going to see but these safes to. Yes yes absolutely. Thank god and my wife is a huge dog van. And and because it's great issues like in heaven. You know like you say the dog and you saves do and you're gonna be had. I'm a big dog myself. Yes it was very nice. His look did you have any influence. It on how he looked at the glasses or anything like that. I had to do with the glasses. That was my idea at what was missing in that scene. That were you see me naked. In the india dust. Yeah that lasts is broken. And i made a choice. That like what. I looked at him. I didn't need my glasses anymore. Oh wow is you'll notice. I don't have my glasses. So i would yeah. I wish they had that on there..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"He cares so much but he's so easy to work with. Just because i was playing tom. I just can't upset. While to a side allotted. He told me understood. Why is great to work with. Yeah yeah you know there's the scene wherein they are talking you to go to las vegas to pick you know as a spy okay. And they're they're just going over weight. You need to remember and all that working with those guys all in the same room. Oh man it was. It was just. I just love the whole dynamic connection. That was so cool me too. That's they had more seats. That's the only seen i had with some of them. Yeah Javon was in my cab icy in with henry. But besides that. I was pretty much. You know on my own and so That was great seed to work with them. What was cool about that scene. They didn't edit this way with the way they shot. It was like the judge went. I i was just all set up so we were all at the same time. Yeah he would. Just go sit in the chair and she would just go. Sit in the chair. I just love that If there's if there's more than one person run if there's one person kill him like that was great because it shows like i might have been through something before they found me he doesn't have been through it and they believe in me and so i want to come through for them. Yeah yeah but i looked looked orange henry nick and he you know made the picture of the moon like yes. Yeah you know like we didn't plan any of that stuff like we both we both. I know we worked very hard on these characters and definitely managed showed it showed. Everybody was awesome rarely. Hey yeah oh my god. Yeah craig cash as a fan. You know. 'cause i was in so many of those scenes awesome is like giovanni like he's such a great actor like you have a even she'll you know what i mean. Yeah so good. Las vegas an amazing set. I mean totally amazing. How what was it like. When you first walked gaining. Got an awful of all of that. The hotel was i. I think it was going to be torn down after we were done. I guess it's it's wow and it's been used in movies but they built all that all that You know with those little balconies and stuff. They built all that. If there were it looked amazing but i have to say it looked better on tv. That person really shot. It made it look even better talk about. There's a scene at towards the end before you leave las vegas and you talk to one of the other. Spies you know that were sent in and.

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Now another addition of tony tomato. On cy cy talks. This is katie sack off. You're listening co creators of out. At what am i promoting do all right okay. Or any three new. What this is. Mike dougherty and the fisher. We're the co creators brown coach redemption. And you're listening to us by jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and other. Hey ride hi. i'm tim. Daly the voice superman right here on sci-fi talk. Hello i'm rodney mckay. David hewlett hip. Hi this is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at all they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion high once again on sci-fi talk. It's nice to welcome back. brad. William henke who is in the stand. Is tom collin. I gotta tell you. Do you killed it man. You're absolutely amazing. Such a challenging role to play. And you you're really really good. I was really happy with your performance so nice to hear. That's what was so intriguing about the role as i felt like it. Either you know. Be terrible or awesome. You know what i mean. There's not much between you can. Either you know touch people's hard or people offend people. You know what i mean. I appreciate you saying that Online people been saying that since it's been nice to how the fans like it. I loved his version of the stand. I mean it just so much better than near original. They were able to do so much more. And the casting is is better and i. It's just you know. It's good to see whoopi acting again. Which we haven't seen in a while so it's cool. She was amazing. It was nice to have a scene. That was really cool. Yeah yeah i'll tell you Man it. I know this was an easy for you to find him. But when you talked about it the first time when you did interest hold click there's There's that scene in the warehouse with with that with that wacko girl. Who is you know all bouncing off the walls literally. What was that like to play that particular. See that seeing what is i. It was kind of chaotic to shoot. Actually You know in the scene opens. And i'm dancing in the aisles. Yeah director directing team. They're like we don't have time to do that. It was almost morning. We saw that night. And i was like well. You cameras are set down there. I can do it in one take and so. I'm so glad we did. You know so. That's just like an insight dating about what was happening but It was really fun. I love working with henry henry saga. He's great he put so much into it..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Hi welcome to season two of bite. This is tony till auto parenting pockets. It's it's not the same way that you know how it works. Any of us usually two to four minutes long but sometimes they can be a little longer. Only when you when you live long enough. All kinds of strange things happen very right in saying that the greek heroes the original superheroes in part because of the whole nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. When you're shooting something on set in particular the stand which was shot in vancouver. Sometimes things happen on the set that kind of steer an actor in a direction that maybe they didn't think of going and that happened with brad william henke. Who was tom cullen. And he did that with an actor who is playing the rat woman in the series anyway okay. She has a great little arc but anyway She was a guest star and it was the first guest star. She got some direction right before. her her first and it kinda like threw her off. You know what. I mean in like two or three takes and we're about to move on and i said one more taken i said her is i. Don't really talk to anyone to inbetween takes. You know i walked up there. I said have you to do at least one take exactly doing what you wanna do that. She said no. I said do that right now. And she did and the directors that was awesome. Do it one more time. And then she's just then then she got a foothold in. She ended up expanding her particles. Amazing part wow. And because i want to because i am a human being. I want to be nice to people. But even if i wasn't i want this talented actress to be able to have the best chance to succeed so our show is better. That's right and that was on the door. If who is s fiona issue so sweet she league of course her father brad is a great actor too so the apple doesn't fall far from the tree but kudos for you for doing that. I think that's nice and it helped her find the character to. I think that she already knew the character. But sometimes you're saying when you walk in there and you don't know anyone right you have to be an i just learned after a while it's like I think once. I saw kevin costner talking or something and i worked with him later in a draft day. Like nice they said frank. If you're doing it seems to starve of a movie. Or whatever they they just want to know that you will hit the ball back to them. Yeah yeah so you ought to make sure that that they come in there and they just doing your thing if you just do your thing and try to be amazing the host going to be better. I mean it is to me. I love to see actors going back and forth like that. It's like you're playing tennis. And yeah they're level of of of their skill level. just goes up even a notch. When you see two people really going at a scene and really making it something special. If you could bottle that you'd be totally rich man. If you could do woman. I know. I know but everyone has to have like you said like. Do you feel at home there. And when you don't then you just have to like You know tell yourself to be your character. Look for the stand on december nineteenth on. Cbs all access for bite. This is tony talada..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Creating I call Dixit. They're like. Here's a split like it says experts acts on a sign. Say Espresso. Announced the Frappuccino. God Damn it. Just give him my fucking drink. Man You. Just talking like that makes me never WANNA play. I want to hear that voice. Oh, that's how I learned Italian. The professor like. No now speaking Italian accent Oh! Great Yeah Yeah you you! You're that God. It's like. When someone or a media and you're like? Oh you mean grander. God. I hate myself. I'm going to have to add it this later and Do not take. Anthony. Make sure he leaves us in. Eric. Eric on him. Guys. Than I've ever errict. We net we. You should never go full ERC. Okay as we say. Italian VERBANIA. So, what else do you have to say about this anthony? Really Likes I. I really liked how the therapist agreed that it was weird because. Every therapist I've been to like. You told them some bucked up shit and they're like normal like. Heard Worse. Yes. That not many across the fuck. Was Wrong with you. Personal diary that day. rubbed nuts on. And Diary Andrea and Yeah the this is this therapist where someone once said yeah I eat my own poop and they'd act like they were shocked. And then you told the story about rubbing. On your balls, they're like Oh God. That's fucked up. Robe. That therapist just thinking. When did he pay me in cash? Oh God. Money. All Right! So go work in the service industry that that as your pants. Beautiful all right good. All Right Eric anything else I think once they've served their penance at the Papa. John's and that's done with. They then need to go and get a job. where the currency is made right because he they defiled the money as well. Someone made that money. Taken the full steps here. Okay, so go to the royal. Mint is a called here or The the mint makes coins, but. I hope he wasn't rubbing coins on his group. In Nichols. Wasn't. About that story is if you paid and. I hope he dated and got some. Or on his boss. Nickel poisoning. It's like a J. James. Bond Villain origin. I. I feel like this guy's a sweet guy though. Hear me out the fact that he did make a mistake, and now he's trying to atone for it and years later. He still remembers this, and he's trying to atone for it. Because I I can't remember maybe I rubbed my gooch on some stuff and gave it to people i. don't it's just those? Teenage years are a blur, so yeah I feel like the fact that this guy's pointing this out and trying to atone for it gives me hope that the world is going to be a better. Less tainted place. NAH got damaged..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Go home. That's actually a step up from what we've got. So as we let the powerful quotes from Brad. Resonate, we're going to introduce our quote from a robot called Inspire robot, so what it does is it actually uses ai to take some of the wisest words known to man and Mesh them together for a tasty inspirational quote. But all right, Eric, would you like to read this week's quote? This week's quote. Only, if you believe in your own inner beauty, will you get naked flesh? That sounds like something that some hot girl would write on instagram. And you're like wait what? Inspired hard like what? What about you, Eric? What does this quote scream to you I? Think this is just another way of saying Brad disclosure of nobody cares. If you believe that nobody cares then. You'll have the competence to get that naked flesh. Can we all? When they get that naked flash leave. Nobody cares you. You will tap that ass like that, or is it like you'll be confident? Walk around naked 'cause. I! Don't know if I like that either way. What if it's like a Hannibal, Lecter? That's. Yeah. The flesh part was pushing me in that direction. I got a freezer full of. Flesh when dates yet when I went out with my. When I was single. I never, I never went. Bro. Let's go out and chase them naked. That sounds like something like if there was a movie and like the alien was trying to appear like. Elo froze. Kid. Guys. have some sugar water naked..

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"brad williams" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

Rebecca Sounds Reveille

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"brad williams" Discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille

"Of how much caffeine intake you happy because it really can be detrimental to you but Yeah that these things and that affected my finances. I mean. I was fine at the time but I could. If I didn't money I could have had. It saved because later on I ended up become retired in. I could have had a little bit extra cash in my bank account which is important for your retirement. Years is because you're on a fixed income at that time so is pretty interesting. What happens ends when you're doing things and slowly money kind of just trickles out of your account? It's it's very interesting so Yes the money just trickles out and I is just amazing. What happens happens when we don't really plan and and we could use those down? Run down the road and expected expenses comes up. This is A. It's a a really amazing that you mentioned that well and there's like like what you were saying about software. There's so many tools that you can do planning with. But then people get them they get them out of the box they plug them in. They download them and they find out how complicated okay did they are and they go. Hey I'll do that tomorrow and tomorrow turns into next week next week. Turns into six months from now yes they still hadn't done so it's taking that step decide what you're GonNa do and then take the first step. I love it. And so one of the first snaps snaps B. to contact you and get a in a life Iran going. And where can they get in contact with you Brad. Best best places My website which is asked Brad Williams dot com. So if you have a financial question just ask Brad Ed Williams I love it. Do you also do estate. Planning I work with an attorney to do that. I'm not a an attorney but I'm able able to streamline the process because of my experience but I I have my attorney friend. Take care of the the Nudge of it. So you you have full service. This is wonderful book so I WanNa thank you so much for being on the show and asked Brad Williams dot com is your website. Thank you thank you. I think all of you retuning another episode of Rebecca Sins Rally. This has been very formative. We covered a lot of things. Yeah I think you can use in your life to think about to begin to change and make a direction that allows house you to leave. Better have lessening Zaidi and to move your life that really brings success to you in the way you see success and also this is something that you can share in families so I ask that you to take an opportunity here to not only narrating friends family colleagues. Those you know in those. You don't Oliver Social Media but also take the time to watch in again because there is so much good Clinton here. Thanks for tuning in. I look forward to bringing you another tastic. Yes you're rebecca sounds rally okay..

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Kevin Spacey Groped Massage Therapist And Tried To Force Oral Sex, Lawsuit Alleges

The Ralph Report

02:47 min | 3 years ago

Kevin Spacey Groped Massage Therapist And Tried To Force Oral Sex, Lawsuit Alleges

"Kevin Spacey has been sued by an anonymous masseuer for sexual Barrett. Best batteries skews me this masseur now Missouri's the male version of his Mizzou's of the masseuses and the Susan's female and the male version. He was hired to give Kevin Spacey massage in two thousand six. He claims. And then he was a victim of listen to this list of crime, sexual battery, assault, gender, violence, intentional infliction of emotional distress and false imprisonment. But yes and said, he was brought to Kevin Spacey's Malibu place to give him a Saggio. He was led into the massage room. We've got a massage room in your house. You're living pretty well. Shit already have a masseuse. That's true. At that point, Kevin Spacey allegedly locked the door behind them. He said, the man says that Spacey complaint of having some pain or discomfort in his groin area and needed to be massage. There was then that he was forced forced, I say, detach Kevin, Spacey's, genitals v from back to the future. Gonna come online. As the first instance, the man claims his hand was forced on the Kevin Spacey scrotum. Testicle was forced to touch him, and then he, he, he recoiled he said, but continued with the session first of all bad. On the case, Kevin Spacey again, grabbed the plaintiffs hands according to the lawsuit, and this time force the plaintiff to rub his penis scrotum and testicles. That point Kevin Spacey tried to kiss them sore, and he was groped and offered oral sex by Kevin Spacey. This man says that he is he's seeking unspecified damages according to the suit. Because as a result of that conduct, he has suffered pain, emotional distress, economic harm, loss of earnings and other damages, here's my whole thing about this. If this guy wasn't Kevin Spacey, this guy's not suing, yeah, no, and and here's my thing. If he did all these things to you and any damaged, you then call the fucking cops, but. But this lawsuit bullshit when someone's trying to cash in after the fact on this, I really resent it because I think it takes the wind out of the sales of actual sexual assault cases where people are true victims and they're trying to get Justice. This sounds to me like a cash grab. Now this may have happened, this may have happened, but this guy should have gone to the police and press charges of that was the case immediately don't come back after the fact just a civil suit and try to make some did he say how the the whole thing ended he run out. He leaves. He stay there for the homeless Masan. He says, it says, the man refused Kevin Spacey temp to kiss him at which point he was groped offer oral sex by space, and then it just. I soon he left after

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dental update with Brad Williams

Your Mom's House

04:31 min | 4 years ago

dental update with Brad Williams

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