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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Number three fill in the blank whenever one is performing at any level TV film theater plays commercial stand-up whatever they are in pursuit of Authenticity authenticity love it love it says it all. Yeah. Yeah being genuine awesome and connection and connection. I'm going to Jeffrey I'm digging it man. It has been so great having you on the show. I really appreciate just sharing those experiences quite vividly vividly by birth very Vivid very colorful and and and and it really Drew an image to my mind's eye and I'm sure it did the same for the listeners of where you were what you were going through and and and just even when you were small younger, as you know, as a young young boy with your older sister, you know, you know just just doing portrayal through the music and in different songs and artists all of that man. Thank you so much for being on the show. It's been it's been great having you here man. Thank you. I'll brief for the opportunity. It's great faith. On and have me back and I'll cover all the things. I I took notes that I was going to be going to discuss about my rediscoveries. Okay, and then I'll do the same job. Well, hey that just that just calls for a sequel between you and I write songs natural. Yeah. I say let's make it happen awesome. And again for all the listeners we will have direct links to Jeffrey Weissman, to Jeffries IMDb to Jeffries fan page on Facebook as well as other social medium links check out his website check out his filmography check out just a different types of photos that you can have autographed by Jeffrey Weissman. Thanks again everyone. Thank you so much. And once again, ladies and gentlemen, as you know, we're all Roadies in this journey of life. It sure feels good. Have you on the journey? Yeah, stay safe. Stay healthy and compassionate. That's right. Stay healthy. Stay safe. Stay compassionate. Thanks again for listening to everyone with Jensen..

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Anyway, there's so many in the comedy world and then so many in the dramatic world and so many incredible films that aren't giving exposure thousand. I thought someone's got to do a silent movie channel and and have them going 24/7 and I think the UCLA film archives has a great Library down. There are so many private collectors and museums and such that have collections that that channel should be extant. There's such richness. A lot of them have been restored and properly soundtracks, you know with musical scores Etc, right? So that that one's time is way over to that would be enough for sure for sure. So it's I think that's an error log. Be preserved and the channels called. Yeah, I like that. I love that very creative for a Pastime for a class. Someone's going to do it. I hope you give me credit. I hope they give you credit to I certainly will give you credit. I'll be a consultant with it. Yeah. All right question number two again scenario base. The amount of dad come to you with their five year old who has an uncanny natural skill for acting and Performing the five-year-old reminds you of yourself at that age. What advice do you give the parents? Oh, I I slapped them. I said don't let them do it. No. I explained to the parents that. That it's A Hard Road if the kid wants to do it. Get them just like I would get myself the advice get the training work still hard on your Scholastic studies dog focused just on one thing but focus on Everything music right movement the keep them humble. Keep grounded very good. As soon as he or she gets out of or then get out of line, you know, pull it back and and let them know that they have to earn the reward choice of continuing. I want to go back to Anissa Jones, you know, when I met her at eleven she was being still courted by the show business. I remember her coming to me and telling me that they wanted her for Reagan in The Exorcist and she just I said my God you should do that. You know, that's that's huge. She goes I want out. She didn't want any more of birth. Business a lot of young child actors were either taking advantage of work to death. They felt that they lost out on their childhood. Sure sure and I think I might have been one of the reasons my parents wouldn't let me get into it as well as a child. And also I wasn't the best student and and you you know, the the kids that make it usually are very bright and very studious. You know, you're about Jodie Foster and her incredible studies, you know, she's got her PhD and Masters or PhD, I think at Harvard Helen Hunt was always so focused when I was in class with her, they just there's certain type that are in it to do great work and will rise above all the walk hurdles and and they have and you have to have a team you really have to have a team to do it. Right? Anyway, I'd give plenty of plenty of advice if you have a kid that wants to go into it off. P I'll give you some Sound Advice there's a lot more to give all right. That sounds great Jeffrey awesome good advice.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Life and go on to something else because it's not right nearly. Well, they truly will and and and who could have called that right who could have thought that you teaching this this young teenager and and and on the other end of that Journey you're working together, you know on a project. Yeah, that's amazing song. How can the listeners learn more about you the amazing work that you're doing and and learn about your services and and and your other businesses if you'd like to to see my boss resume IMDb has most of the film and television work. I've done I have about seventy credits on their great. I have many many other credits that aren't listed there. And also of course forty-five years of theater credits that are not listed anywhere but nonetheless a lot of my shorts are on Gmail or YouTube you can can find those there that really fun stuff many of them made by students of mine who I because I would teach also writing and directing got often they would suggest me in their projects like nobody's laughing bottle caps at some Shadow Angel some really really fun stuff then I have a number Was streaming on Amazon a lot of films have become cult films like corked, which I used both my intuition with the script and improvisation on Monday and it's a very funny parody sort of mock umentary unlife in the wine country. I think my portrayal I play Mark Twain in a dramatization of his trip to the Holy Land and 1567. I believe PBS has that streaming on their Channel or website? Yeah. Yeah and places to find you many places in and also if you go to Jeffrey white sauce, you can write me and you mentioned signing autographs if if anyone wants a autographed picture from the Back to Future two or three or Pale Rider or I should say not Saved by the Bell scarecrow and mrs. King Twilight Zone movie. You know, I've got those I can for a reasonable fee, you know, sign it fog..

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Yeah, so my my current wife of bath actually someone who I met in 72 as a child or adolescent she and I we've been together since ninety-five off in the wind in the wine industry. So she had come to LA and live with me for ten years while figuring things out and since she had supported me and I was getting crazy by the LA traffic 24 hours. I decided we should just move north and let her have her time in the sun in the wine industry. Nice. That's what brought us up here. Gotcha. All right. I know it's sidetracked a lot. But that got to one of the ways I could continue making a living up here still practicing my craft somewhat for I still do film and Ed. Once in a while television work and print Ad work and and voice over but I also teach and and have taught at Sonoma State University and Dominican College. So San Francisco digital film School the San Francisco Academy film Academy actors Academy and various other places that on the Berkeley campus wage and at various high schools and extended education programs. Awesome, man. That's beautiful. That's beautiful and a coach privately owned and Coach primarily. Yeah, and and that's what I wanted to talk about next right? I wanted to talk about just the amazing work that you're doing to help people who are aspiring to change to go into acting and and people who are in companies who are aspiring to work better as teams, right you provide corporate training Workshop. From what I understand and you help actors with improvisation like you mentioned earlier and music music history and and you even have a a an autograph signing business. Is that right? Well, I well there's a lot of questions in your one question. We try to address each one that I've been since those days doing the Renaissance Fair in the Charles Dickens Christmas fairs, right also participated in various living history events where I've either cast or directed or produced events that recreate moments from history example, I've helped recreate the 19th century old west during Gold Rush days, and also their time travel weekends. I played Mark Twain played a medicine man wage..

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Also at the same time I think Hollywood went through a metamorphosis where the studios started being more ruled by Bean counters and and lawyers and it became very I think Uneven almost Monopoly like with these super super powerful agencies the c a i c m Mega agencies that were now packaging directors writers and actors producers even other below-the-line Talent. So they made 10% of a half dozen people instead of just one actor and and it made sense a good business sense. Well, but also if you were not a name and established name, it was very hard to get into those offices. So it was becoming very frustrating. I luckily fell into a job for a job where I could act And make a living doing live work for a theme park. Oh great. Yeah. Yeah Universal Studios in eighty-seven. I fell into a opportunity where I started playing Stanley Laurel of Laurel and Hardy, right? And then Charlie Chaplin and Groucho Marx. So if they you went to the park and Hollywood between 87 and 2001 had your photo with one of those characters, it might be me amazing and and luckily also the home of that job the management knew that they had actors as their employees and that the actors needed to have time off for auditions off and it was so there was some what flexibility oh, that's great. Yeah. Yes. It was a very nice blessing and especially to have a regular paycheck when raising a family had that's right to children and I need to keep the the food on the table. So I Was very fortunate there and then fell into the opportunity to be in the Back to the Future sequels, right which was a mixed blessing because little did I know that they did not have the original actor coming back to a reprise the role of George McFly that kind of kept me in the dark about that. I was told that I was just to be a a photo double or stand in. Okay, and I imagine they needed the cash to different places at the same time like Michael playing Marlene and Mark Jr. And Marty in the same seat, right?.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Started doing voice-over was with a looping group for many years in the mid-eighties was doing murder mysteries doing the those fares still from time to time. I would do artists pretty call it artist resource where you're where you posed for an artist whose animating something artist reference are just referenced then with the Advent of new technologies being able to do the the bodysuit the green screen where I smoke a pack and and and modeling and and then producing and also helped form a really fantastic improvisational troupe. The first group that I help form is called The Comedy omelette that came out of a workshop that had em early a hundred different performance come through it and the core of us started performing in public and then that group dissolved in and I became the artistic director of a group called The Flying Penguins wage. Eventually became the varsity players for Los Angeles theater Sports out of whose ranks came.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"He came home one day and said, you know who Don Adams is from get smart and a golf course and he goes I asked him to give me advice for you since you want to be an actor so badly and this is when I'm probably about ten or eleven years old and off and he he said that Don said to him. He said Wally tell him to forget about it. It's it's maybe 10% talent and 90% off, you know, and that's a that's a good. Adams impression man. Get smart when you believe so. So I just you know, I was frustrated but I had to ReDiscover myself. I had to adapt and and started taking my performing talents in a classroom. Whenever the history thing. I I would ask the teacher. Can I can I make our history studies now on Ancient Egypt into like a news report and I did way before Saturday Night Live was doing their news report things like that. I do a news report from Pharaoh's Den, you know or yeah from different time periods, and she was like thrilled and and get the laughs I needed and the education I remember doing that a fifth grade and sixth grade. I'd actually written actually fourth grade. I wrote a horror play with wolf and Dracula and Frankenstein in it, and it was acted out for class. And so I you know, I had the drive I had the desire starting in about seventh grade. I had a dog. Teacher educator actually put me in on stage and some variety shows and then you know big production of the Year good it was Junior High that I started getting on stage and wage in ninth grade. I had a an acting teacher drama coach really believe in me and put me in the lead in production of Light Spirit was doing a lot of class work and seen work going into high school did a lot of Productions in and then I started whenever possible even earlier on getting on sets. I remember the the fa the guy from Zimbalist jr. Show was shooting an episode right near where I lived in 1971 and I went and recognized an actor the guests that week was Monty Python come from a show. He's still working out and I was a big fan of his show the second hundred years and I recognized I called him on it and he was really pleased that this month. 11 year old kid knew who he was and he got called off the set and I had just graduated fourth grade and I had my report card with me, okay? I think that was maybe fifth grade. Anyway, another actor. They're asked to see my report card and I showed it to him and he said hey kid, I like the took the a in English. That's good. You need that for acting be in history. That's okay. What's this G in math? Right? How're you going to know if your agents cheating you and I write write off and I had told them I wanted to be an actor and so I was getting encouragement. I remember in high school walking home instead of taking the bus home because I had heard Mel Brooks was shooting his next movie in the neighborhood in Santa Monica. Yeah. So walking up the Promenade I started to see men and women in Victorian evening wear and I was like, oh it must be around here and I saw a a gentleman about your size but his his mustache was was flapping and he was in his office. Sido Victorian tuxedo I said Excuse. Excuse me, sir. Your your mustache is coming off and it goes. Oh is it? Oh, thank you. And you look down having it says who are you? I'm an actor and it goes out. Can you tell me what have you been?.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"Please help me welcome. Mr. Jeffrey Weissman, Jeffrey. Welcome to the show. How are you man? Thanks for having me on Aubrey. I'm doing okay all things considered. Yeah, you know, I know there's a lot of things going on in the world, especially your part of the world, you know. Yeah, we're we're currently on fire about twenty miles Northeast of this out-of-control wine country fire and and we're like I mentioned earlier before we went live you could cut the air with a knife today. It's it's pretty hard. It's even hard to breathe inside my so forgive me if I'm coughing or no. No, no, that's fine. Okay, that's quite. All right. I mean, I I I hear these stories and then of course, I I hear stories of just families who are displaced from flooding in the Gulf Georgia from Hurricane, Sally and and a couple others over the past few months and man. It's just Mother Nature, you know, it's repeating itself. That's our third year in a row that we've had these horrific fires up here at the start of it three years ago many years. Fires 15 different fires started simultaneously on a very evil wind that came in late one night and that fire burned an entire Community Law Centre Rosa north of me going east into the wine country Foothills. It looked like a bomb bombed war zone. I think it's just we saw trucks that were melted. It was it was pretty insane. So then we had it again last year in Lake County more seriously than anywhere else, but then now it's back in in National counties,.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"We could reduce a abuse it But it it's coming together. That's going to do it. You know watching binge watching the Star Trek that I? Didn't watch it back in the nineties and I'm seeing a lot of water buddies on it. You know. It's really like every other episode I someone I know is very but they you know explain to new civilizations that they meet that you know. We've serrated hunger. We've we'd there are no more. There's no more starvation. There's no more you know they've moved on. To on so many levels we don't use money anymore right? These high concepts of Gene Roddenberry a planted the seed for in carried on through those stories and it's I, think it's Kinda cool to aspire to even though it science fiction. You know these things. Come about eventually hopefully, almost all science fiction ended up being science fact eventually it's odd but it's true and and that kind of it's one of those things in you know either people have incredible insight or is it just lucky but Thirtieth anniversary of back to the future to. What. Predictions came about you know an and several did several from the film dead you know the the Three, the glasses that marlene is wearing to she's on the phone and watching television at the same time or a multiple channels on the. Lot of the different. Elements things future thinking. Inventions have come about in some are close. You know people have done versions of the hover boards that work and flying 'cause. There was a flying car back in the fifties right now. Burned unfortunately in the A. Eros whatever amusing down in San Diego I remember it it. It could fly could be vote and a car the wings folded up on top of the car and It was there and I think burned in the fire. You know about thirty years ago when I used to love the the commercial where the guy drove the car into the water, it became a boat that that was tickle. Again. It's been really you know before i. Let you know where over an hour I, just want to because you mentioned about having the work and not being set for life. And Robbie risks on somebody actually asked him if he was set to life and before he could even answer that I laughed at it and I kind of scold them like are you kidding me? You never have to stop working unless you're one of these people who just got really super fortunate to get paid thirty million dollars for a movie or even those people they have bigger bills but I think it's Important for aspiring actors and people want to live the life that you have to really have a realistic expectation and understand that there are ups and downs financially with all of it and that idea of set for life that most of America outside of Hollywood things for people like you are. Well, he's been in movies and television you must be he and I think that feeds in by the way to their. Attitude where they don't have a right to have a political opinion because they don't really work for a living they go on and do a half an hour and they just become filthy rich for just. Acting like playing anything. Overnight success is really take twenty years. The Thing I say to. All My students or people that asked me you know about show business is that you know if you're in it for. Fame and fortune you're dealt it. It's. Going in it for the wrong reason, you'd want to go in to storyteller. To elevate consciousness to work at the height of your intelligence. So others will learn and be enlightened. Once again, making a living in the businesses really really really hard on and A. I. Don't recommend that anyone go into it for the fame and fortune. You know you see the reality players you know the become famous because they know how to shop right. I think I think we're better than that. I think that's You know. Kind of ridiculous of reality TV is pretty upsetting to me especially as an actor I've. Losing losing a lot of work I think but nonetheless, I, I'm blessed because I get to work. Now during the pandemic I've done a lot of zoomed productions done a Shakespearean play. I did a duck brown in a version Shakespearean version of back to the future broadcast through a company in London that is working its way through Shakespeare on an. Called the the show must go online. I I've worked. Doing some teaching a through them it's Not Nothing's really paying very well but. At least I'm doing my creative, my creative stuff I got this recently a fan, some of those Guinea see what that is if somebody upside down, but what is it that a hanging upside down? That's the characterised it's not. A requirement from Baxter two to. Three D. printed that I finally got an action figure that looks like Three D. Printing. Wow. Cool stuff. Well, you know your insight in in your knowledge of the business and all that stuff has been like really I could talk to you for like three hours on this stuff along. talked. No. I'm hoping that folks I I'm hoping. I know that I'm not an authority. I'm just an actor but I have my opinions and I don't think I'm wrong. A lot of things are our hopefully people will just. Create some more flexibility and open their hearts a little more. Passion and start. Not Denying each other's realities but other get along again is You know. Together we're strong divided in kind of weak and on another note if if you like the photo from Pale rider. Or back to the future two or three three get. And what do a scarecrow Mrs King we're getting up anyway, if you want an autographed picture, you can write me through Jeffrey DOT COM or. On twitter, it's at Jags Weisman W. E. I S. N. on Instagram it's at Jeffrey Weissman M on Facebook at Jeffrey Weissman actor and thank you for letting me do a pitch. Oh anytime. I would say we've had the website up the time I got to even mention it it shift. Weisman. That come of course all the just mentioned will be in the description nice and easy for people to click on Jeffey Man I. It's been such a pleasure to get to know you to hear some of these stories and like I said I, you know I could talk to you for for days because it this, Insp inspiration. A thank you for having me on Matt and and next time you know I can sing and dance. I can do monologue cited before. I can talk more about the career I've got you know forty five years of it to two hour. I WanNa hear some Groucho if you come back. I more than happy to. Welcome back anytime and I really appreciate your.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Then, started playing twain as well. Why and? We would recreate. A abolitionist debates and rallies we'd recreate suffragette parades and rallies. I'd recreate riots that actually took place in the eighteen fifties. So, they was living history since they're old sack is still sort of preserved areas. It's Kinda stuck in time. It's really wonderful playground for reenactments. Wow. So I've been very fortunate in being tying in entertainment and education, and that's vastly rewarding and I'm trying to figure out how to do that. Now using new technology zoomed with the new the new normal that we're in yet it's very strange trying to do anything creative and this kind of stuff although it does seem stale and flat in a lot of ways At that I I think there is room for it to grow and more creative minds get involved in doing something like this. The better it will become overtime So yeah but it's sad to me from from that answer beyond the plant stuff it sounds like you're also a little bit of a history buff yes or no? Yeah. You you mentioned that I'm a collector I collect early sound Oh. Yeah. That's I wanted to ask you about that. What that what does that mean? Collect sounds like tapes or MP threes? What does that mean? When I when I was playing a Stan Laurel universal partner Oliver Hardy performer be fabric he was since he was a kid. was collecting early sound I used to when we go. For the, studio on location up in. New Orleans or up in Montreal Canada or wherever we go. He was always looking for for records and I would find a either disks or cylinder records. and Nice cool titles in and give them to him. and. Then I realized I kind liked him too. So I eventually got a gramophone phonograph Plays or in two minutes cylinder records in this is say. Edison. Cylinder records. So these were the clearest early sound recordings the. There were disked cylinder records came in probably about. I think Edison's first one was eighteen, seventy seven. I'M GONNA I'm GONNA say the. That were recordings in fact fascinating or French scientists was able to use smoke and make these carbon recordings in the late eighteen sixties and Mo-. that he would recorded sound on these papers, but he had no way of to. Play them back and it wasn't a bill. The scientists up at Berkeley livermore science labs up here in in on the Berkeley campus. Figured out that they could play the smoke recordings back optically and they're on their website. Now, you can hear the recordings eighteen, sixty, nine on the. On their website. If it finally figured out how to. Play recording from shortly after Lincoln's death. So I will look that up and put the the links description for people interested in it because I'm fascinated by continue. I I'm fascinated to I got I got one here my arm and I scratch it got infected. Get remarks to tell that joke anyway. So the early discs, these small berliner discs. That were early ones were made out of celluloid. Kind of you would get on a cereal box. Hard will I have a few of those were the Jackson Some single, the cardboard cereal. Fighting within the outside the group so I found. One of these. It's going to sound totally on PC, but they were called a coon shout. Came out of minstrels easy and a white man in billy. Golden WHO WOULD IN BLACK FACE Sing a as if he were black. On, doing a coup called Rabbit Hash, which is sort of a syncopated tricking the straw it's a rabbit hash a polecat mash a raccoons do blue. And in-between the verse. He would rap. About the political climate holy Awali. White House and all this. So that is from eighteen. Ninety six is a rap song from eighteen, ninety six. Is. Can you online and or have you thought about putting that on like because? That's That's mind blowing stuff I. Mean People WanNa hear that now you Would like to get. Snoop Dogg some you know modern rapper. To hear it and then right a wrap around it with it kind of being the centerpiece. Here's a white man playing black WHO's Rapping about the politics of the day in between the verses of his song. I think that would be Kinda. Cool. So What year is that that was eighteen 1896 holy moly. That's unbelievable. So the Edison thing that that the tube thing how was that played was that like a needle or have you Seen a horn or straight horn would go to a re producer and the re producer was like a needle. It really kind of look more like that and. Read the GROOVES. and. Read the vibrations on the GROOVES, the recording, and it was all mostly acoustic until through nineteen twenties and then it became electrical recordings, right? So Was Louder but to record in the early days, you would with your instrument or your singers or what have you would record into a horn that was in. Making the grew on the wax in, they would play it back and it would be attached to other recording machines and they would make the copies that was very. Remedial, what's the word? I'm trying archaic method that really fascinating it was just. A revolution in entertainment home entertainment used to be Banjul or. Guitar Piano. and. Then with the advent of recording now, everyone could have all of those instruments in their home on these records while and then hear the voices of famous people. A lot of political speeches you can find a roosevelt or Teddy Roosevelt are. People recreating famous speeches. Let Lincoln at Gettysburg would have you on these recordings and early advertising too. There was Advertising on records as early as eighteen ninety. Wow. So how big is your collection of all this stuff? Your? We..

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"On his trailer door and he said govern. and. I said, jaw you know I'm I'm working in the scene that that you're not ended but I wanted to say hi and mentioned a mutual friend and sit down we ended up talking for an hour and it was it was lovely. It was really really great to hear how much he loves moviemaking. I did the same thing with Jimmy con on for the boys got to hang out with him and the dancers in his trailer for an hour to telling jokes and. did the same thing on back to the future I? Wanted to be Chris Lloyd I'm a huge fan of Chris Lloyd. Scenes together. and. So Mike Mills succumb three o'clock four o'clock in the morning. On. This Day in and introduce you to him and and I finally you know at four in the morning Chris comes to the makeup trailer and Mike Introduces us and I say you know Mr Loyd very nice to meet you. I'm Georgian. Is is meet you to win and we just looked at each other for a while and it was awkward and he's a very. Private. Yeah. After five ten minutes of not really. Getting your opening ignited with conversation. I was like well nice to meet. You gotta go and it wasn't until a Chris and I were in a projectionist booth at the Beverly Cinema in in Beverly Hills as special guests for a trilogy screening that we had like forty minutes to chat and get to know each other and you know every time I see Chris. Now I tried to bring on exotic plant because he loves exotic plants. and. So I give them give them a rare Venus flytrap or something. Wow that's that's interesting stuff. Is that an exotic one behind the net or? I think it's a Chinese evergreen. I have on the other side of the camera behind a hind you. A. Call it a pitcher plants a meeting plant in I live out in sort of rural farm area, and we get flies and ever since we got the meeting plants are flight population is really died down. It's wonderful. That's a freaky thing man plants to eat meat that that's like. The horror movie stuff Sifi harm movie stuff from. But I you know I was looking through all the stuff that. and the the people that struck me the most and not the people that most people would react to I saw soupy sales Jerry, mathers, Adam West in the movie angels for males I said Man I I met soupy sales but the the the other two I would really. That would that would be exciting jerry matters and that West. Yeah or I met them at a kamikaze and universal used to. Crown new mayor every. So often whenever they wanted to both celebrity that worked with them that the they had ties to join others was the mayor of universal for a year and I did some events with him there when I was playing characters for them. My favorites Ernest Borgnine when he was married really got to. Go Yeah Yeah got few moments with him and he was such a sweetheart. That you know I, think Janet League they had. They had a lot of different mares and Madame West at a wonder con in San Francisco, but it was way back. And I, he was happy that I knew that he co starred with the three stooges in A. The the cowboys are coming. I didn't know that. The. The the bandits come in the bandits are coming some ridiculous title and I was like you know very happy to meet him because of course I was. I caught every Batman episode. Growing up in the sixties. You know. Does guys, you know people like that from television was a big bigger influence from kids growing up in the sixties and seventies and movies in a lot of way because it was pumped into your house, it was something he became almost like a babysitter sometimes for you and and so you you got glued to the television much more and. Since they were fewer channels, there were fewer options that we all got hooked on the same thing. Yeah. CBS NBC NABC and and maybe some local affiliates our local independence I I remember I used to have to sneak out of bed and watch from the stairway the beverly hillbillies for season. You know he has early hillbillies. So. What are you? What are you doing now besides pitching that what? What's the title? What's? It. Are Is. The most amazing in fact Scott my personal guarantee. That it'll rid any SCRUFFY LA or anything that ends with a U. A.. Overnight. Access Burma fusion removes any unwanted. while. I have I have questions though your personal guarantee? What does that tell you actually personally? Bit doesn't work. I don't know what you can do about it. Well that's that's a good Dante I guess that that you should print that on the bottle just like that if doesn't Said man a pitch. Playing Doctor Cornelius, poindexter for some of the living history stuff I do it. You know as an actor I learned early, it's incredibly hard to make a living as an actor. The I think out of the population of the SAG membership less than ten percent make a living as an actor and a or make more than you know. Ten thousand a year. Most of them don't make that much. So I try to diversify had plenty of regular jobs in in the real world is A. PBS? Operators. Salesman. Waiter or Busboy Cook Chef. Valet parking and a though I fell into the that opportunity to act playing a characters are at the theme park. And then I also would do these renaissance fairs in Dickens Fares were could do literary characters or historic characters or imagined characters, and then I started casting and directing of events for a a living history production company Anna did five years in Sacramento of the time travel weekends and develop the medicine man for that and then in A. odd. Dramatization movie of Mark. Twain's trip to the Holy Land in eighteen sixty seven I started playing mark, Twain. That film is called Dreamland. Mark Twain in Jerusalem in it's a streaming on pbs a website or channel. And.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"That cold? Outside of Ketchum Sun. Valley Idaho while. Mountain of Brewster Tease? The cinematography had this kind of. Dream. Situation wherever he put his camera, he had the Sawtooth or the white cloud or the Salmon River mountains as a backdrop. But where they built the set on the top of his mountain, we were exposed to the elements. So was constantly freezing we are. We be around these heat cannons on the actors like trying to warm up and eighty would say your you need onset is like, no, I don't believe. Phasing. Park that was a really great shooting on location with Clinton for four weeks. Back. An incredible life because you've worked with so many great people. But in in situations like that, you gotta learn so much about directing and cinematography and all that stuff where you're on these spectacular locations doing things that people don't even really you know some people just dream about it never even get to experience working on it. Any capacity in your right smack DAB in the middle of it. It's incredible. I've been very lucky. I've been very fortunate in and I use. The lessons that I learned on that set and other sets in when I'm teaching actors preparing them for the professional world and what I love example. Watching. Clint Act, for the camera, he puts everything like right at the end of his nose in, it's very kind of an internal approach. I remember we're shooting the. Night shot where he's doing the monologue around the campfire and it was like he he's not doing anything I was watching very closely is technique and and yet when it got to the translator to the seventy. Foot screen it was full. And you know the authenticity is there whereas working with say Michael Keaton or Michael J. Fox they have a real kind of formula that's much more expressive than the first film co-starring with John Lithgow. He's bigger than life. He was weaned on stage and he's a big man and but George Miller the director that wanted him to be big wanted this I think John said this is one of the first acting jobs. He ever was encouraged to be bigger than life which is really Something he had to rein in for fill. A. And yet it's because he so connected to his authenticity in his genuineness. It reads really even though so huge and then were you see Michael J. Fox in? Formula that I think he honed on a family ties. I it's. It's really kind of. I don't want to say it's. Fake. But because he has a genuineness that he's coming from, but it's bigger than say the small film-acting that Clinton would do. Michael. Is. Probably the only actor who who wasn't directing the film I've ever seen called cut. Reckoning he might say. Where but Michael on one take remember him saying cut cut I didn't even believe that myself. Wow. The MEKA's had no problem with that. She was like. A trustee Mike that that was the question I was going to ask how to director react and so he was any rest of star I don't think Meka's would stanford but Michael was such. A pro is such a pro in such a great guy that you know it was no big thing. You know people like that are responsible for Everyday people thinking it's easy to be enacted. 'cause they just see him. Seems. So natural in it is it just seemed like antibody could do that. Anybody could be an actor and I think most people who've never been in a film have that attitude because of people like him on remembered Mike Mills my my make. Foreman on. He was a formative on beetlejuice and and is a great makeup guy, the makeup crew on Two in three were just amazing of Mike. was good buddies with Kevin Costner and I think on. One of the film's early on that Kevin was a gripper on crew. They go out for drinks afterwards and Kevin Complain you know. I'd factors. I can't believe you know I could give them a run for their money and all and my bedroom like a thousand bucks that he could that he couldn't do it and sure enough. Kevin. Okay. Somebody somebody just told me somebody I. Know Who's my age just discovered him recently like what a great actor is because of the show got on now that Montana thing I forgot yellowstone but it they had Kevin Costner a really good actors like you just found that out now it's been what forty years he. Really. Would stop in some not so good stuff. You know choices When he was the real big box office Dr. Choices were interesting there Yeah and that's I. Kind of admire that guy doesn't you know even if they were some bad choices that he doesn't let. His what the what the public wants from him or what the with the business wants from him dictate what he's GonNa do next he does what he wants to do next and that's something that i. wish I had learned early on I I remember when I came to Hollywood after training of the day see and San Francisco State. I fell into an opportunity to screen test for the lead in a film Co. wargames eighty two, and then a year later was on my way to test for Lady Hawke Matthew came down in his price so that both those roles went to him. But I, I remember on a lot of additions during the early years that I was getting into a lot of offices that I was very eager to try to please others. And not release a thinking more of staying centered on might pleasing myself with my own a realism and naturalism that I had developed already my my work but I would derail my own stuff by going Oh is that what you want and so I've dive into this and be bigger than life what happened to and it was like I got so took. Ten fifteen years to break out of that and. Work Authentically for the Lens, for the camera and by then the really great agent I had you know close shop and I was like, oh But you know it's like you say it's a learning. Learning Process really never ends right you've worked with so many really really impressive people and if we look at like your IMDB page or the Wikipedia page that they have on you all the things you've been in Dekasseguis are incredible. Do you get to necessarily even if you're not working on a scene or something with somebody you meet everybody who's in a movie that you're in or television show in I. Know generally you don't do. Actors and scenes that you're not in shooting on other days mostly. Though a few times, I would reach out when when I work on johnny dangerously I I really wanted to meet. A I had A. Friend who I co starred in a student film with a Grad student film with WHO Knew Joe and and. Told me some great stories, and so I, I went and knocked.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Him and so their way of doing it because they. Produce, production The producers decided that they own the character and they had the right to make me look like him. Which of course? was. Kind of absurd I, work already at universal as characters on the tour Stan Laurel and Charlie, Chaplin, Groucho Marx, and they paid the rights to. have me play those characters. The universal must they must have had the rights from Crispin to make me. Look like him. Anyway as we know it after the third film came out, he called me and and Cried his side of the story how they abused Him and used his footage and likeness without his approval and. Very little pay etc and then you know it I learned also they're keeping me secret when I asked for my stills from by work or footage or help promote. The film I had mysterious mysteriously gigs fall all through that I had contracts on and. No support from production they were trying to keep me a secret why it was very odd a why yeah. Because I don't think they wanted to be sued. Okay and now the. Insurance, ended up settling out of court and giving crispin three quarters of million dollars. And and it wasn't until really the the really. Adamant. Fans who were paying attention in the late nineties early two thousand started. You know kind of pulling me into the cast reunions and Fans from around. The world would come visit me at Van Consoles. Wow. You feel like that. Hurt your career. Absolutely thank A. I. In fact, I remember my agent didn't really negotiate very well for me. I had to go to Zemeckis and say you know I'd I co Star Clint Eastwood in this Western and had a Title Credit. and. Bob Said, I won't give you a a single card, but I'll give you a shared title card. He was fine with that. So I I get six billion on part to sharing a title card with James Tolkien. And after that was reported to Bob a gale and Neil Canton, they came running over to me what are you doing talking to the director about your? Your. Billing you don't talk to the director I said, well, it could be a step backwards in my career to take anything less than a shirt titled Art they were fuming they were furious because it was going to expose. You know my name and right was Jeffrey West. We don't recognize, and of course, you don't recognize me I mean four hours of a prosthetic application you know. Was it was an awkward job and as it turned out. It caused a lot of trouble in my life like my. Life turned upside down when I found out that I had been blackballed. By the company. So why? The word to what a you know that's a revelation itself I. Think most guys most actors, most people in the creative arts to them. That's like a super huge break in. It's the moment you live for, and then it turns out to be something that really hurts your career in a long way that's gotta be a major mind. Keep. Hilson I had some serious problems resulting from that. In. Ended up being. kind of a nervous breakdown period in my life turned upside down for a while. You know what? I find a lot of people who give their lives to be creative arts. No matter what it is go through a lot of mental struggles and stuff like that, and it's not surprising to everybody. Yeah. Everybody ends up in therapy at some point and that's why I almost every comedian. I have on clothes themselves a comedian slash mental health advocate. Shit. Great Comedians that I know all have. Pretty good brains and use them extensively with being activists with trying to. Comment and make people realize what's going on in the political scene or Social scene and and the the really great ones used their jokes to heighten people's awareness and and laugh at at the these things. Otherwise he'd cry all the time. Though I you know I also have my own theories about. Sometimes making fun of the horrid things that people in power do. Somehow gives gives them. Permission gives people permission to accept what they're doing in. Normalizes it. It's key. Yeah. We yet does desensitize you to a lot of it and we lose the ability to become shocked and I, think that's that's a message. I get every single day when I look at my twitter feed is like. These all these things would have shocked the hell out of me twenty, thirty, forty years ago. Now, they come daily in Dose in multiple doses like every day you get this ten different things that would normally should shy kill. So. Kind of happy that my parents aren't alive to see this shift. The by John Drop to watch the. Bay. I you know. The the Vice President TELLING THE PRESIDENT TO SHUT UP You know I was a kid of the sixties and respect. But writer, you never tell it was unfathomable to hear someone. And of course, he deserved it because he wouldn't shut up. And, it was an unfair situation. Really. Yeah. Hate bullies just hateful. So. You know it's a very bizarre time with a lot of disrespect but I think it comes out of. The bullying and end the disrespect that's going on that has been systemic in our society for a long time. At for us to not. Be, kicked off the planet by the planet itself. You know the planet will survive I don't know if humans will. Yeah with the science of climate change and everything going down. It's it's interesting times. Let me just leave it at that. Yeah. You know funny that you should go down that road a little bit because just before the program doing some cleaning up in the house and my wife is a very religious person I'm not but I noticed he's reading a book about the prophecy of the end times and all this stuff and she's A. Believe she's police that we're living in the end times I don't because what I feel like in the years that I've been alive. One thing I've learned is we'd never hit rock bottom we could always go just a a little bit lower every every day I'm reminded yeah we still haven't hit rock bottom yet. So I think we still have a long way to go but It's hard not to do the doom scrolling. There are so many. People who are. Trying to fight the good fight and others who have just given up in you know Jesus is coming and we're all going with except you don't believe. Okay. that's really not very great compassion coming from your heart. Doesn't make sense to me. I think coming together and facing problems and figuring out you know entrusting science entrusting love is the is the thing to do. But I digress I want to let you know that I also brought my sponsor on in case you needed a because this. Relief tension. It's a fever reducer. It's a pain. Anaya. Later it's the Miracle Elixir in I. Know You have a sponsor I have onto and? Mine has a delicious.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

07:22 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Life is like as a teenager. Well, it was All around your when I lived in play del Rey across the street at Lisa Jones from who played buffy on family repair. Refrained and she I was really. Wanting to get close to her and she had I, think I had one class with her and she was kind of abused i. got the feeling she got abused by teachers under she talked about her mom taking your money and stopping. And I. I didn't want to let her into my clubhouse because she smoked cigarettes remembered. At Eleven or twelve role that was pretty advanced. She wanted out of show business she I learned I could see that I think he was being. Rude for playing Reagan in the exorcist and she just didn't do it. She just wanted out of the you know there was. A. Location shoots always going on I remember the FBI shooting. Near lived there, Plato Rain and going on set and a meeting. Monte Markham was the guest star that episode and I, I had just graduated Fourth Grade I. Think it was I. had my report card. and. Money in another actor, took my report card in coached me and said, you know the the in English is good. The be is alright in history. What's The D. in mass? screw new or not you gotTa do better in Math Kid. What I knew then I wanted to be inaccurate. Told Them. That's why they were coaching already. and. I dove in a mostly starting in junior high. and. Did A lot of stage work and then community theater and also making films with with Fred. And you just had a birthday happy birthday for and I just wanted. This jibbidy. My Wife. Cake and Great Food and and. Little Booze and and some marathon star trek next generation, which I never got to see I I had a whole I. Think it was ten year period in the ninety s when I was raising my boys that I just didn't watch. TV At all and last. I've had that for the last twelve years. I haven't had a television in my house and avonex cable TV pumped in at all. So I. I'm I've had that situation now I I did it voluntarily for no reason other than I just felt like it was poisoning toxic. I think the Starting feeling I was being catered to with an abused by commercials I was just like. And the side show mentality with the talk show the advent of reality tv all that stuff just like no kind of insulting. So I had to I didn't miss it put it that way. So, one thing I wanNA. Touch base on with you and your career, which is fine. I think you'll get this reference the Darren Stevens opposite of. with and for for people in the audience, don't know on a sitcoms sixties bewitched and they switched husbands in middle show and it would just went from Dick York to Dick Sargent who didn't look anything like each other one guy changed and so you had that experience you didn't look you don't look anything like Crispin, glover he was in the first back to the future movie you were in the second third it it says. So how did you get that role? How did come apart and did you have the same reaction I heard when you heard it is that I'll look like kristen. I'm not gonNA play him. It was. The whole story you know is is a little convoluted Matt they thought they had crispin but apparently, negotiations were not going well, he was holding out for a million dollars and script approval. And I they wanted to offer. Hundred thousand maybe less. And they weren't about to script approval and he had been apparently a pain on the first film being very eccentric with his demands and such and. I wasn't told really anything. During the process of casting I met with. The assistant directors who then referred me to casting Roy auditioned in the night, a screen test with the prosthetic makeup that I had fitted. In my mind they needed George. In two places at the same time. Perhaps like when Michael Played Mardi Mardi Junior Marlene. Fifteen I figured there were you know these complications that? They needed to Georgia's and because I was told that I would just be a photo double. and. Sort of in the Eleventh Hour I. I was informed that Crispin was out and I was like house why? What and I, figured he got another film that he couldn't get out of Bianca's low anything about the negotiations falling apart. I was Kinda kept. Out of the loop, even with a table reads with the script or rehearsals it was. It was odd for me. The thing that you referred to on the bewitched where York is replaced by Sergeant York Dick, you're got sick or something and when sergeant. The, the ratings plummeted. With future partout I I don't think the ratings plummeted I. and. What they did was very smart in the young George Makeup which looks close up very odd that I'm in in fact, Mike Fox and and others looked at me going that looks so strange they kept me at a distance or out of focus and then spliced Mike work with shots of Crispin from the first film. and. That as old George I think they had planned to Georgia Crispin. So they wrote him hanging upside down because a car fell out of the sky while who's playing golf and wrenched his back and Anyway I endured the torture mint for Crispin of hanging upside down for long long days. We had a nineteen twenty one and a twenty six hour long date. In that one week I remember on although it took I think over two weeks shooting all the two thousand fifteen stuff. I I don't think anybody in the audience even really gave it much thought at the time because in the first one Chris Glover kind of made made a little bit of an impression but not so much that people would notice him and say you know at that time anyway think he was the star of the movies that you know I a of. The differ I. I had worked with him F I on a film with dental early eighty three before he got the first Ville. And when I saw the first film I thought he'd knocked out of the park I thought he was incredibly funny and. I was like I. Know that Guy I had his phone number and. When they announced that I'd be taking over the role I couldn't fathom that I I was like, how are they going to? Get around not having.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"To have you here is always. Beautiful Saturday afternoon Nice and Sunny Day. Little bit chilly but nice out where I am here on Long Island New York. Hope you're having a beautiful day wherever you are Before we get started and today we're going to talk to a very as interesting guy guys who had had was had a career in film and theater and just really fascinating career and life to talk about But before we get into that I WANNA do a couple of things first of all couple. Of weeks ago, you may be aware Chris Berries from SDS researchers with me and he had a new product, the amount, a new product but a product he was talking about my vital soon, my will see right here this is not a prepaid promotion or sponsorship in any way I'm just letting you know upfront what what does it so he was here a couple of weeks ago and he talked about this product and Basically. The product was discovered in Nineteen ninety-one. When he was a Grad student it's carbon based element that they wanted to do some toxicity tests on and so they tested on mammals in the laboratory and found out that not only was nontoxic that it also prolong the life of the lab animals, man of mammals and without any tumors. So basically the the condition was that or the claim. Is that it belongs by ninety percent or more almost doubling their lifespan and since two thousand. It was approved by the FDA in two thousand thirteen it's been used on human since two thousand, thirteen, a lot of people using it claimed great health benefits more energy, better sleep and just an overall better quality of life They're making the claim that it can prolong your life by ninety percent or more. I said that's really outrageous claims. Outrageous claims need really extraordinary evidence So Chris to me why don't you try it send you. Some you'll have me back in a couple of weeks a month or so and We'll see what your results were. So I've been on it for now thirteen days and nights and I can report that I have had more energy. Let's now has some talking and I'm an old man But now I'm talking to get my guest in here as quickly as possible to be honest with you. But so anyway, this stuff is has made me feel better. Over thirteen days and nights I've been taking it and the reason I'm taking it on the air is to hold myself accountable. So that I don't forget to do it and that we have it verified on tape. So when he comes back, we can say user my results and here's the proof been doing it every day twice a day and it is what it is. I'M GONNA take it right now go. That's God. Awful. It tastes terrible And you need to chase with it. That's just a little bit of ice tea have a chaser. So that's the one negative about it. Really just tastes awful but I haven't feeling better so far. So good was the result on that my sponsors today fund wise capital. 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Dot Com slash mind dog applied that was accomplished mind dog and I do appreciate you patronizing nightspots. Now it's time to get to the program I'll be ready Jeffrey Wiseman is an actor, San Collector I wanNA talk about that. The sound collector stuff is really interesting. He's an actor sound collector educator and mentor to Actors and storytellers. He's known for roles in films and television including Pale right back to the future two and three, the twilight zone. The movie guest started in saved by the Bell the man show Dallas Max headroom scarecrow and Mrs King. Chip and pepper's cartoon spectacular I don't remember one end divorce court. Jeffey. Has Been Directing coaching and teaching since nineteen seventy four, he worked with professionals and non professionals, celebrities, and amateurs of all levels and ages, ladies and gentlemen please open years, many minds and help welcome in Jeffrey Weissman ope just stepped away from the camera hold on one second I gotTA store while we get back here he is. He is. He just ran away again. How are you great to have you here? I do I call you Mindaugas Matt you can call me anything. You want my doug dogmatic whatever you WanNa call me I'm. Hey Let's happening Jeffrey. So you know what? The the most satisfying thing in your in your show is. Coaching teaching since nineteen seventy four, I'm guessing you fifteen fourteen fifteen or sixteen in Nineteen, seventy four. Yeah. United Directing scenes at school you know in directing. Some community stuff I was. I wanted to accents I was really a baby. And Directed some. Short shorts in. Short plays in Junior high and high school, and also help friends make some movies back. Then without you know what I was doing at fifteen sixteen I think was smoking reefer and popping pimples and that was my existence. I was doing that too but. But. I think the PIE getting point I'm getting making his you seem to be driven. Have a a real strong idea of what you wanted to do with your life at an early age I. think that's an important thing, right? I did I i. kind of grew up around show business My Dad ran some private clubs in Hollywood and Beverly Hills and a lot of actors and producers were members of those clubs playing backgammon and bridge and and. See them all the time I. Was a little ham and let love being at the center of attention. So I knew I was I. I. was drawn to that type of work and my parents didn't want me in show business they you know I was like I gonNA. Be You know the next opening your? Be. In this movie and they were like, no, you're GONNA, you're GonNa, stay in school you GonNa do your work and they really didn't want me to go into show business. But when they saw that I wouldn't I wasn't going to give it up out high school they started supporting me and give me some money. So I could get headshots and then helped me a little with my tuition when I got into act in seventy eight. Did you grow up in La. In the La like Hollywood area or did you grow up in that area? Yeah Yeah Born in Glendale we were living in South Pasadena. We moved to West Hollywood. Burbank for a little bit Brentwood for play del Rey and Santa Monica. Yeah, you know people everywhere else in the country people who grew up anywhere else in the country just don't understand how when you growing up in that era in that time in that place that a lot of kids were were on television in the movies kids in high school. I had Robbie risks on on the program and he was in Brady Bunch in love boat and stuff like that. Love American Style and I. Just you know that area growing up in that time had to be a so different from everybody else in the country's experience about what.

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"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

07:01 min | 2 years ago

"jeffrey weissman" Discussed on Close Encounters of the Slurred Kind

"So they just got a guy who kind of looks like him gave him a prosthetic nose and called no way I gotta go back and Rewatch, the back to the future to back to the future to a different dads. Yep. Even when they go back to the scenes where he's knocking out biff. Even on the back, the flashback scenes where they're going back and he's like investigating his little leather jacket that's not the same dad. Anything that would have been stock footage that they wouldn't have had to alter is probably still him and they probably gave him. A royalty but anything where it would have been danger I totally understand then you're talking about the parts where it's like it showing future dad or whatever. When he's like older, he's read the book that you know he talks about the exactly. Exactly yes. You'll never hit. Me Is still not have never guessed that it was a different actor though still very impressive. Yes Oh, he played Crispin Glover in number one in Holy Shit robbers America's did Direct. I'm on fire right now Looking up real quickly to see who was who is the data and the second one just. So I don't leave our five listeners hanging Jeffrey Weissman Wow. Oh man who if you look at him at his a IMDB? Be Photo now looks literally nothing like Crispin Glover got. He's not as well. So are. So now to the TRIFECTA, this one's pretty well known of Eric Stoltz who played The. Revenue Marty Right the movie mass squirt is a PC probably not to calm the elephant man he played him in the share movie mask in basically what I know from. But I I was sitting here thinking of Jim Carey's the mask I'm sitting here thinking Shimo can. You're thinking on a whole different level never mind never assist. So he was originally cast for in I, think they did a lot of. Filming and then they decided that he was in a good fit i. believe this is just me trying to remember off the top of my head, but he was originally cast until Michael J.. Fox. came in I mean how can you turn down doc? Hollywood come on now I mean hey. He, he was the teen Wolf, I mean Komo he only house once in a blue moon and that blue moon just happened to set right over the cast or the setting of back to the future. So. anyways that was corny and a terrible segue into number eleven. So we got James Remar and or raigmore. However, you want to pronounce that Aka Dexter Dad not dextrous laboratory. WE'RE TALKING DEXTER KILL serial killers because they do bad things and I'm a much more. evolved serial killer than the other serial killers He was supposed to play Corporal Dwayne Hicks instead of Michael Bane. You if you remember was released from Terminator. So in the alien franchise I don't know if you remember that or not. So an alien aliens yet aliens in the sequel alien there's that it's got. Ten and this Michael. Bane from you know the Terminator. Franchise. But James Remar, remark the guy who plays dexterous at all great actor and I you know I can't say how he would have been back. Then because I've only seen him in recent movies of a recent. Yeah. Recent movies in recent TV shows. I don't know how he would have been in the eighties. So He may have looked way younger not quite sure how he would have looked back then I've not seen interview with him that early progress done a good job. He's a great actor otherwise. So you know I think they did the right thing because. Is One of those memorable memorable movies where the sequel is a hundred thousand times better than the original the same thing that terminator did the same thing that? Those are probably the two best examples. So I duNno anyways. That's all I got for that one. I don't know if you have anything to say about. Nobody Yeah I. Love James Remar Dexter Dad. He was a great character phenomenal phenomenal character great commentary. Great like presence. He was fantastic. One hundred percent agree even in the late seasons ever trashy he was so good. All right number twelve again, something that you will have to provide more context to Samantha Morton from minority report was originally Samantha The operating system in the movie her I do know that she was replaced by Scarlett Johansson is that she does have a more distinctive voice in. An, and of course, the joke, the job row to may be having the same name was a bit too on the nose for them. If the could have a knows that is. It is sound lakes right because I did. Yeah. So Samantha Morton played a pre cog in minority report. That was a drug thing to say drugs ler minority report. So a lot of ways to measure Lich, and you say that title still a free college is basically someone that predict crime before it happens happens in the minority report universe with Tom Cruise great movie. If you haven't seen, go watch it. It's classic SCI fight by at its best in the two thousands. and she was originally tapped to play Samantha the OS in the movie. I I'm really glad that Scarlett Johansson much more recognizable voice. And I have never heard Scarlett O. Hanson's voice and not wanted to immediately fall in love have like an. Amount of children with that voice and just live happily ever after on an island far far away. So I think I did the right thing by replacing the casting I would agree with you orange take place in the next one this one is This could have been world changing. Yeah, right. So here, right everybody buckle up. In all you dimension hoppers listening to the anti-matter admitted to mention you know, make sure you've got your Butts Planet in a nice secure place because Tom selleck could have been Indiana Jones. He apparently couldn't get out of the Magnum Pi Contract for the movie So Spielberg and Lucas went with Harrison Ford instead. So I could see I could see Tom Selleck. Play Indiana Jones he wouldn't have needed it needed a whip. Because he's got his mustache. Tried it is to mustached everything do y'all. Which? I could see him using that mustaches a Nazi smack digest knocking guns at a Nazi hand just mustache whip, mustache with. All right moving on.

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