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"dylan tonkery" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
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How did you start honestly like I production or we'll we'll talk about the acting I had no plans on being an actor like is I literally give a lot of credit one guy because he order my steps but also to these amazing casting directors that looked at me and say bitchy should be in front of the camera as well, and one of them was Allison Jones who was a famed can director if you Google her credits are ridiculous everything from like she cast freaks and Geeks which leadership. Seth Rogan, James All these people I'm the shelter cast. Veep brides as always amazing things so Irish wanted to be with me I didn't know why because I'm not casting anything but I went and sat down with her and she asked if I had any interest in being an actor I said no, she's like okay Well, let me bring you in for some stuff. So she did she brought me up for some things. Small part on the comebacks he's in to. Show as we owe, and then she didn't call me in for master of like apparently as easing Allen to say sin does interesting people and Bobby Grace guys she said, well, then you should meet Lena I went to seizes crib, sat with him and Allen. Had just myself and I got a call then like hey, he's wants you to come read with him I saw the pages and I was my cell phone I say can punch up. And like sure and so I did and so I was saying stuff back to him that he obviously wasn't prepared for it and he was chuckling laughing but these I just had an instant. Like, vibe and a chemistry. The that we've been friends for before the show and we had we we met. At his house and talking and doing these scenes, and then he called me and he's like coming to new. York. A couple of months into this show with me and I was really went off of like the fact that I was a fan of his already his humor, the fact that he knows black culture and a very unique way. And I just loved them on parks and I just sold too shy to it's showtime and I was like can y'all give me three months to go away to this thing they're like okay sure SOS came here. You don't know what you have Netflix. It was early. Netflix's we like Netflix. Fourth fifth original show. So we know what it was going to be. We don't have audience, but we just trusted that we were doing with something interesting new fresh He was really responded to, and then for the Spielberg joining Ellen Lewis another fame casting director some picture in Hollywood reporter and was like, why haven't we seen this with his role and my agents right because he's not auditioning for stuff so Read with them. Read again. Thank. Gospel where it was not those auditions but as the second one he saw my tape and I was like, yeah, I want her to be in the movie and then I went to on it for four months. So you just something real big before we saw your face you had to deal with showtime they had bought the pilot written the pile and they're like we WANNA make this How did I mean because? Time between making your pilot to allow wrote the well, here's the deal. We shot the first pilot and we weren't. We didn't. We weren't super happy with how it turned out. We thought it was fine but we were like they were like I told them I say director really gets my voice I. Know My voices unique. I know the shy is not the typical formulaic show so I Need somebody. That's not the typical formula director you became available and I was like he gets US wing out. They were like sure they like we think that'd be a great match. We got a new cast and director we've got Jason. Mitchell came in a Red Jacob Latimore. Always amazing showing your saw is amazing people and they regional pilot is different than what I seen on the pilot for. The descript is the same, but the cast is different and the directors different. please. I just WANNA AB THEM BECK can use Commun- originally when. I haven't original copy of it anymore. That was two years ago but it was like, am I i. liked it. I. Liked I thought it was fine but I think showtime and that's a testament to them. They really believe in it and they were like we think we can do better and I was like, okay cool. Now was there any concern of yours that showtime? was trying their hardest to not mention the w word as they gave you the side like. We. The wire that sort of thing is. Like they didn't know they didn't. Well, they didn't bring that up at all and the crazy thing is I WANNA be a bad black person but I never obsessed over the wire like that. I was more about the. Wire with more than. I love the wire. But I was more into the corner even. Why people love the wire they love insecure like they like all about it. You know what I'm saying it was like I feel like I. I just never that was never my thing like the corner was really doped thing that Dylan tonkery remember coffee city that was a that was really cool to really really liked and thought it was really interesting. So, those are things and also to like house of cards you know how come House I was really inspired by that. So those are really inspirations for me while I was working on the shy in terms of characters being interconnected and bumping into each other. And and yeah, but as I understand the comparison. I. Guess. But when you watch the shy is completely. There's no comparison but this with large black. A. Cable Show. You know. And I mean the I recount is on the wire had a connection with each other sort of like an effortless watching the magic circle for the Hong Chow is very effortless. No look pass. Ryan, mystery that they had with each other, right so This is like. I didn't want to focus on the system or the police sort of cops and I think we're going to get away from even more season two I think I season was like, okay. Well, what's the engine but I was like I really don't care about the cops. About the people I don't want to talk about the police won't talk about the people were being. Like that's more interesting to me. So not to step on your toes Bosman, but I'm like, okay. So nobody's are your face at yet you have to deal with showtime. I noted your your background as writers assisted ingenieur relationship with Gina pry prints. Can you really break like who the hell you Lena to get these amazing deals that does writing like where did you come from? Terms. Sorry I feel like honestly I graduated from Columbia, College, which is in Chicago moved out to La in two thousand six. Pound. The pavement just grinding Chicago Hustle in me where I was just like I went out there with the intent of running town. And I was like eventually and I think that was genuinely my mindset. I wasn't ongoing anybody who did it but that was just like I. WanNa be a phenomenal right I really cared about the craft and I think that's a big thing is I'm into a lot of young writers I think that's the last thing on their list to conquer there sort of live. Where's the red carpet like when do I get the deal? They don't realize there's so much politics. He's talking about me in the third card on my own show. Won't be thinking show. King Queen it's like, no is like I was like the least powerful person at the table. Still. Different space. Global. Any truth and that's no shade to my network. My that's any case like if you go sold show tomorrow, they don't know you fire you they own your shoot. Yeah but how different ways.
"dylan tonkery" Discussed on H-sana
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"dylan tonkery" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"Dylan tonkery, was his, there's the tour in that trailer in theory, that's one of the slow or it's one of the stories associated with the studio so much of it, as you know, there's so much myth. I don't know where the line is of what's real and what's not. This probably no average to this. But how long does it take band to actually produce record in a place like this assuming that they're not distracted by other things or obligation? But if a band says, Rick, we wanna come, and we wanna work with you want to produce an album, and we've written the music, but, you know, it's still a little rough is that something that a typical band would be able to do in a month in two months? I don't even have a sense of that scale it could be a couple of weeks and it could be a couple years. It really is dependent on the project. Everyone has its own flow. Its own creates over them. So let's go back to the beginning a little bit. So you're up in New York, right? Yes. Long Island on beach Lyles that you always loved music, always loved music. And you to NYU Saul. What were you studying there started a philosophy major? And then after two years, I switched film and television. And when did you first start producing music, and what did that look like I was in a punk rock band, and accorded a couple of things with my band those my first experience, according night, enjoyed it, and then hip hop was just starting in New York City, and it was a small underground for music. This is early eighties. Mid eighties eighty. I'm gonna say eighty five something like that much exactly mid eighties and go to these clubs in here this music. And at the time, there was very little recorded rap through would be may be. If you went to the stores, where DJ's shop, which would have twelve inch vinyl singles in those days, that'd be the only place you'd find any anything wrap related? And it would be a twelve inch single the Mets all there was where these twelve inch singles and maybe every week one or two twelve in singles would come out and that was all there wasn't rap music. And I would go to the DJ store every week and listen to all the new music coming out and. The energy. When I went to hip hop club. What I felt there was very different than what I was hearing on the records. The records were more. They were less like hip hop records. More like other kinds of records X, musically other than they may have somebody wrapping on them. But musically it could have been an RN be record. So at the time where were the best clubs in New York for hip hop? The only when I started listening to hip hop. The only place you could hear hip hop downtown where I was going to school. There was a reggae club on. He I ever near second avenue down a flight of stairs, small little club called Negril. And I think it was Tuesday nights at Negril, they would invite the hip hop, deejays from the Bronx and queens, come through some from them as well. And that would be the only place you could get that experience. And then as I got deeper into the scene have to go to clubs in the Bronx or in Brooklyn in queens or in Harlem by mid eighties by eighty four run DMC was already pretty well known. Trying to remember the no. They were well known in New York, and eighty four they were well known in New York, but they worded crush roof. Come out. I don't know. We were already successful. I mean they made a film about us. Yes. Oh, we were ready successful at that time, caso so prior to that..
"dylan tonkery" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The formation right to left. He ended up wide open on the left side of the offense Robinson under center the snap. Give it to Allen running. What side hit right? The line is spinach. Maybe got a yard. Mark Jackson led the way for a couple of Oklahoma defenders of the second out of long play coming up here. No gain on the play officially second down and ten plus play there by Mark Jackson plays that Jack position on the defense for Oklahoma. As he sees everything. Go away from the tendency is to dive down in the middle all those bodies. But he stays out as he's the contain player to make that tackle receivers. Right. One of the left. Shotgun snap. Gordon robertson. Allen running website to applied some space. He takes it outside the hash marks and gains. A couple. Dylan tonkery, the no stack related to stop. After we gained to bring a third data. It Oklahoma is really deep it that does tackle spot. They got some guys that are tucked between Gallup or you talked about Hollywood you saw. There was over finished last year as the starter for data eight three receivers, right? One gut snap. What's top to Robertson bales to his luck? Hit us. He throws the ball is loose. They're going say incomplete pass. It was tipped forward pass that was knocked away Curtis. Bolton is the man was right in the face of Dorian Thompson Robinson. He's lucky got that off. After another three and out the Bruins putting away again. So much pressure in the backfield. Nice time to dial up that pressure by Mike stoops's defensive coordinator is is you mentioned Curtis Bolton just immediately in the backfield. Dory and Thompson Robinson ends up. Just trying to get away from the initial sack of rolling out to his left. Basically, no UCLA receivers in the vicinity. Stephan Flintoff to put it away CD land standing back at his own twenty yard lawn..
"dylan tonkery" Discussed on WCHS
"Now not this kid because this was thirty years ago but he's going he's really really good as well and he's going to iowa state so that was sort of the the battle in that area oshkosh north against cocoon they were actually different divisions connor was a division down they were division to oshkosh north was division one and i think they both won the state title i know cook on it but albert i think was the kid's name from oshkosh they are producing some kids in that area now of obviously high level let's see i would give west virginian a minus it would it would could have been historic year if it wasn't for bad officiating another texture also an a minus can't go any lower with dachshund jc going doing giving absolutely everything on and off the court and let's see brendon firms i was thinking that he came from michigan but got hurt how is his status actually it was his brother michael ferns who started his career at michigan michael transferred to west virginia couple years ago sat out one year played the two thousand six seat teen season as a backup fullback played a good bit for west virginia but then decided to concentrate on academics he's an engineering major and did not play last year brendan came straight from saint clair zero high school is a very high level recruit he was going to play his freshman year in sixteen got injured played the first four games i think it was last year got injured jet again first year was a medical redshirt because it was a preseason injury last year counted and now as a redshirt sophomore fighting for certainly spot on the too deep in if not a starting job at the linebacker position he's a middle linebacker he and dylan tonkery your top to middle linebacker now dylan could play any of the three linebackers spots but if they decide brendan is one of their top three linebackers they'll move dylan out but if not then brendan will be your backup behind dylan tonkery so that's where that one is good show i know you probably can't answer on the phone but why wasn't the i m g network on the radio for phones ipads actually you know again i don't follow all the inner workings of the msn situation now.
"dylan tonkery" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Came as will stand by call me maybe colorado all right janet good morning how are you hey how's it going well we're just swimming in dylan tonkery this so this guy what is your view yes need sociopathic he may be sociopathic but he's definitely not smart what was he gonna quells the bedroom window in the middle of the night with his wife you're going to do that let's suspend disbelief and assume he pulled it off he's married to tricia and he's living with elena how how do you show yourself in either place mhm down not only crazy but just really really dumb and she dodged a crazy crazy bullet all right thank you for calling the upside i did dodge a bullet why guys really helped her out thank god for you guys thanks for calling oh too much double in tanya right thanks for calling i think this is one that we should keep our finger on and follow up in like a month or two because back you know what she went nuts i know but i'm telling you it's that thing where like some people just fear being alone more than being with crazy no way she's burning his close right now as we speak when she heard the story that's why everybody's talking about this report i just think that it's frightening to think you let someone in like that you love him think you're gonna marry him and they're doing that to you that's what the the the thing is it the master script was she was supposed to find out before she got married but we'll keep our finger on it know lock in happen in.