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"ivana chubby" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

05:17 min | 10 months ago

"ivana chubby" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin

"Their mentality how they were are able to do what they do And just not the physical aspect of of mental aspect of it you have to entertain in entertaining and one of the things i cried. The work on is with my teacher. Ivana chubby who. I've been working with for twenty plus years on everything We bring net sardonic sense of humor to it. We bring that sense of character drive to the conflicts. That's where the entertainment lies in. Were very real with it and They're they're great. It's a great character the play. It's exhausting mentally confusing a lot of times but a thoroughly enjoy it and Again we we love to get into the the relationships outside of of those missions and they carry with them into their mission. So that's what's been very unique for us to explore so how how often after you're shooting something. That's so intense. You just everyone just has to be silent and just like okay we've got to regroup and just because it's not something you could imagine could go in and out of decompression that happens I attend to a really like the conflicting characters soup for some reason You know. I've i've done well with them. I think with this with jason as Yeah it does get intense and last season was very intense and for me. It was to play that character and go in and have these. Ptsd moments in these flashbacks and the rage and frustration. Man to do those scenes in and be able to step back. Is you know techniques for that. You know that we as actors implore and get into It you have to compartmentalize it and kinda move on and we have a lighthearted set in You know we play music to have a lot of fun and it's it's a great great crew. I know everybody gets on. And we got the best crew in hollywood or the best crew shot with really do these guys great with they go through and Just the adversities. We go through together. We bring that to the forefront. You know. I think it gets a little bit lost in the shuffle because they consider it a military show and You know call what you may but we call it a character dr of development and like you said seeing these characters outside is fascinating fascinating plot to be part of what. What have you learned about yourself. Plan to be some. You know for for me. Because i work very much in tune with a not a classically trained actor i'm very much street oriented and i take my experiences in use them a lot. I learned a lot through. You know Myong conflicts and how to apply that to this character specifically.

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"ivana chubby" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"ivana chubby" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I'll get a shiny hot right tale. You'd see it'd be burned on and then you'd be like this is awesome. Get like two days later. It's Bob Lynn and Palin Sunburn Peeling David. I just I have not known new very long but I think we should pull some of our TV money and opened a seventy S. That would be good man. That's a good idea. There's there's a lot of property out in Westlake that needs to be. Uh Ah. I think that'd be fun to just build a small community. I wonder if that's going to happen at some point where people who. It's sort of like the plot of the village that were they moved out to be away from technology. Rather than moving into like pilgrim times we move into just pick an air like the seventies where we have some technology but not much of it. We have enough to cook and eat plumbing share. We haven't television. You can play the member Dragon Dragon's lair towards the arcade game of every absolutely. I was I. I just put so many quarters in that machine donkey Kong was I mean those reckons layer. I have some original cells from the animation of drag. That was done by a guy named Don booth and it was like an original like that's when they first started screwing around with laser technologies. And I'll say yeah. Yeah so you know. My friend was here last year. To Hotel fell somewhere and they actually like it was in Mexico. And they had the Arcade Dragon's lair in the lobby. Oh my Gosh I kid you not there. It's like he's like the game used to play when we were kids in Buffalo New York the mall and like acids and there was like you had the one two three two one like you had the whole technique in order to get the layer soared the horse. Yup that was big. That was my other slide Stewart. I remember I remember in six six or seven th grade. We had to give a speech class about something. We were an expert Burnett to teach other kids and yes they should just give you an idea of how popular I wasn't I gave Mike about how to dragon slayer like all the patterns and so there are only like three other nerves in the classes before the Internet and we could all pool our resources but Like two or three other owners the class that had questions like Oh this one the one board in the treasure room. Oh well that's up down left right all the. Oh Yeah I would draw the Diagram on the board and needless to say I was a terminally unpopular kid but but that that in space as you like laser game and you play dungeons and dragons course see now that I. I didn't play dungeons dragons but when it first came out the kid street had it and they're like got to play this game unlike what is called Dungeons and dragons. Wow this has got to be kind of like almost like the forefront of like Qatari or along the line easing like were is it. It's like here where these dice and paper. I'm like this so boy I'm sorry not doing. I'm like expecting dragons. Moving around and like dragons of the mind did not work for me but it has a query popular. It's it's it's ahead of quite a resurgence. They'd had a lot of people. Were playing it now. I think also as a response to how isolating just playing a video game alone can be you get a bunch. The people in a room they have to interact with each other use their imagination be resourceful so it. Actually has a resurgence now. I'm sure it does. Does everything lack of regionality. But there is a big resurgence of television shows movies. It's what streaming. What's not is a lock on? I'm sure I you know I'm sure joss always gets it. And then you're GonNa do a firefly read. What are you GonNa do GonNa do an angel reboot not in this lifetime but this is what delight me and fascinates me about? Yeah you have been on television since nineteen ninety ninety seven without a break. And that's like that's a fucking incredible achievement. A lot of pain from buffy angel to bones to seal team like every season you have a hit show on. And that's that should. You should get an award for that doesn't happen. I think the anatomy of a hit. If if you want to call it a hit is just like maintaining your sensibility about the work in your your work. Effort is to me like the most important part of the whole journey journey and has been I mean I went to private school high school all boys and it was like Augustinian. Pres you work you the memories stuff growing up as a kid and my mom's like you have to have the job Dork. The farmers market a worked every summer. It was so I created a work ethic that I translated into my work that I do today and that just is for for me. It's always been about work. I like to work. I love being around it. Love the people. I don't I try. I try to always necessarily just focus on that and everything else. I don't like I I don't I'm not a big person who's into the publicity market or go into red carpets. Are Meeting this person or that person you know it. It's exhausting. I tried that ad and it's very daunting and people don't even know really how to talk to people. It's a very odd situation but you know to to the to the work it's all about. The effort is listening to something day. Ivana Chubby is like my my my guru. I've been working with her for over twenty years and acting coach and we work together on everything and I. It's just again her recipes. It's one of the questions was. Do you like working with your students. You like working with the stars who've made and she's like well. I've worked with students who have lived with eight people in a house and it's like those people have broken out because the certain people have work ethic is there ethic is constantly gearing towards towards making choices. That are risky right regardless. If you succeed or fail you need to make a choice. It's risky and out there and put yourself out there and that's very scary for a lot of people no matter what business you're in I mean not surge and you'll and make a risky choice when you open heart or let's let's see. Let's just try it so I mean I think to me overall is is really what it's about. It's about the work and it's tough. I mean it. Television region is a is a grueling pace. I mean I work seal team now and it's still twenty two episodes. That's like a lot. Why do we still doing that? Formula I mean I look at people with thirteen episodes or eight here I'm on net flicks and I'm like. Wow you can fuck and swear you have a fucking alive. You can read a book. I'm still like twenty two episodes for shooting in an eight days seven days because we're so fast and meanwhile the cruise dine and everyone around like this. We can't wait to get the Thanksgiving break right right right just to get three days. AW UH-HUH WHOA. So it's it's been a journey and a blessing for one and I don't continue. I just want to continue that and I don't plan on stopping anytime saying. Yeah but all the but it's but you look at it in everything you've done. I mean obviously angel came out of buffy but bones was different than than yeah angel and then seal team team is different than bones. And so you. You've really done a good job because it would have been really easy. I imagine to take another job. That was like oh I should probably do some kind of fantasy Scifi. I five thing and you you jumped and did a network procedural yeah and it worked really well you know so it at the time where you face with some of those choices. Did you have a lot of options. And you said Oh this one really makes sense to me or how did that. I didn't really necessarily think that would be the the the key I was like. Oh I got a choice. That is necessarily different from what I'm doing I'd necessarily was just. I live my life. I wake up and wherever my environment is kind of is dictating the character choices in my life since I play pretty much all the carriages. That's infused what's going on in my life relationships or whatever so when bones bones came along it was it was kind of like a free kind of. I always think that when you end the job it's or a long running series or carries like it gives your sense of sense of freedom because you're you're very vulnerable and you're open to a lot of things you see things a lot better and things just kind of fall into your lap and of course you you sit there and you say well I I remember people saying well. You should go for this role here. This is a really cool role and got a great cast and I said well I like this other role. Oh that's Kinda interesting called bones and you know we were the last pilot picked up when we shot it and they're like well. This show is not going to go. It's silly it's name bones and I kind of like the relationship and the way the characters are talking to each other it was very like romancing the stone yes John wrote to me and a lot of people didn't see that and I did and I just kind of went into that arena so for me it's like it's not conscious choice. It's just something that happens shirt and I and I I don't want to be too like a theory about it but that's the way I am. You know just kind of happens. We'll go for this right and it worked out. I'm glad it did. And you know we were very successful in that show and creating characters that worked opposite opposite of the procedural. I mean when we started that show. Emily and I worked with Ivana for Eight or nine episodes every weekend rewriting stuff and bringing it to the producers reducers and changing things and instituting things and at first they wanted like a drama they wanted like an x files. One this mysterious thing. I mean it's not that it's not funny. It's not you know corky and it was great to see after we had successfully broken those barriers for five seasons later other procedures. Were doing the same things they wanted to of conversations over bodies about like you know. What did you eat last night in? Why am I feeling sick like these things are all character related and but it made sense so we were proud that we are able to do that and see that and you know working with? Emily was Was a joy and just great experience..

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