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"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

02:37 min | 2 d ago

"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

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"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:48 min | 2 d ago

"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

"It was sort of this thinking, I have to be somebody else in order to succeed here. Totally. That's been a theme throughout my whole life. If I'm only more masculine, if I'm in better shape, if I'm a better, I mean, I guess in theory, it's good to want to be a better actor, but yeah, it's all these things. It's all this projection of. Instead of realizing like, unfortunately, I'm limited by the skin on my face and the way my voice sounds like I am who I am. People are buying it or not, so I can either be the best version of me or not do the role. My friend Brian Gary, here's a great actor. You know, he's worked with Denzel Washington and Sean Penn and Julie Roberts and British brilliant brilliant people. And he always said, you know, when I get a script and I'm working on a role, I have questions usually for the director and there are things I need to understand or work on and things that I might feel like need improvement. And I try to do that with the director and if we can't make it better than I want to give them enough time to recap. And I love that because it's this idea of like if you've picked me, here's how I can give you the best version of what I think is the right thing. Obviously in concert with what you're thinking and servicing the writing, which we should all be doing. But if we realize that we are at an impasse or we're viewing this differently or your idea of who this character is is something that I just don't think I can live up to, well then perhaps it's better we part ways and you find someone that can do that. But normally, before this, before I had that level of security, I would have said, well, let me just bend myself into this kind of pretzel and maybe now you'll eat me. Yes, yep. Makes me think about certainly how I used to approach dating was I would meet somebody and be like, all right, I want them to like me and here's who I think I need to be in order to achieve that. So I will bend myself kind of into that shape. That's a losing game, no matter how you play it, because either a, it doesn't work because they're like, well, this person isn't authentic, and I don't like them. And you're out the door, or B, it does work, and they go, okay, yes, I like that version of you. And then, of course, I wasn't capable of continuing to be that version of me. Then you're in a relationship that's really the wrong place to be because you didn't enter it authentically. And as I've gotten older and hopefully wiser, I've really realized, you know, taking that into all areas of life, like the more that I can just be myself, I'll land in places that are the right place for me to be. And if I don't land there, it's probably not the right place. It just doesn't work for me and them. Right. It's exhausting, trying to keep up a false sort of projection of yourself. Yeah, it surely is. So talk to me about the title of the book, happy people are annoying. What made you decide to make that the title of the book? I think the title actually in hindsight might have been, I'm not sure how I feel about it, to be honest. I think it was kitschy and fun in the interest of writing a lighter book when I first started. And then I wrote, you know, there's a booking ten to write and then there's a book that you write. Again, in honoring sort of what I felt like I had most to give to the world or what I thought the best version of this book would be, it was kind of

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"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

02:52 min | 2 d ago

"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

"We need it in moments of extreme adversity that voice that inner Joe Pesci can sometimes be the only thing that pushes you to get out of bed in the morning. And then you say ego is what delivered me. It's also what totally screwed me. Yeah, I mean, specifically what I'm talking about is that during that time, my ego was the thing, you know, in that chapter, I'm talking about sort of the duality of it. Because when I was 300 pounds, you know, playing the funny chubby guy on a kid's TV show, you know, this idea that I would make it is like an action star, you know, at a 180 pounds. It's a nice skull, but it almost would seem delusional. And yet my ego was like, no, no, no. We're going to do it. Forget it. You know, F all that. We're going to do it. And I was like, great, we'll just pass me the bread sticks and we'll formulate a plan tomorrow. And then inevitably, I did do it. And I lost weight and I remember people would say like, show you want to do this. As the funny big guy, you're one of three guys going out for roles. It's like, now you're going to be going against like Jake Gyllenhaal, not really. But you know what I mean? Proper skinny actors that they're like, you know, thousands of. Are you sure?

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"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

04:51 min | 2 d ago

"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

"In a way, it was an escape from the way I felt, but it wasn't an attempt to escape from the world that actually allowed me to engage with the world in a more meaningful way than I'd ever been able to up to that point. Yeah, it just has diminishing returns. It works so well. And then it just doesn't. Yeah. And then the wreckage that it leaves in its path becomes not worth it. Yep. And so you lose a bunch of weight and you're still not happy. So you go through food, but it has diminishing returns, becomes a problem. You know, I was 21 years old and had lost all this suede and I remember I was starring in this movie that I was extremely proud of called the wackness with sir Ben Kingsley, who's my favorite actor and I remember at 16 doing Drake and Josh and being overweight and just feeling like I just want to be an actor. I don't even want to be remarkable. I just don't want to only be the funny fat guy. I don't mind it, but I would love to be considered just like a proper actor who can transform into different roles and not just be like one thing only. And so, you know, I finished a show at 19 and I'm well into my addiction, but I booked this movie because I had been working on my acting, which I've done to the last 15 years in class and studying because I'm just a theater nerd at heart and I love it and I wind up looking to scrape part and I dreamt of going to Sundance because I'd been there at 16 because I'd had this other small part in a movie and just dreamed of like one day I'll be here and I'll be in a movie that I'm proud of and it'll be so great. So I'm 21 I'm there the movie screens for 1500 people in Quentin Tarantino is in the crowd and I'm like, oh my God, this is happening like

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"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:54 min | 2 d ago

"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Child actor child star. And then you've gone on to act in some other ways, and then you've also become pretty big on social media, YouTube, and Instagram and different things. And so that's generally been the arc of your professional life and what you've done. Is that safe to say, I know it was a vast summary, but yeah, I'm just an actor. I did a show called Drake and Josh when I was a kid. You know, I don't know like terms like child star and things like this. I think that's like weirdly like it has like a negative tone to it. So I just kind of say like I was an actor and then I've been acting for the last 20 years and I'm on a show called how I met your father now and have this small part in the new Christopher Nolan movie called Oppenheimer coming out and oh this movie 13 actually the musical for Netflix coming out August 12th, which so I imagine that might be around when this comes out ish. So happy to plug that but I'm just an actor and I've been doing it since I was ten and so I guess I got into it a little earlier than other people and I also do social media and digital content and I have a podcast male models and I guess a book now. Yeah. What you just said about acting now I want to dive in there for a second because late in the book you are sort of going through a phase where the work you are doing in social media was going very, very well, but you're acting career. You weren't finding much work and at one point you made the decision to sort of, instead of being frustrated by that, let that go. And now it sounds like you are acting more again. Did the letting go of it to some extent actually you think help you become a better actor and then get re-engaged in newer roles? Well, I think that letting go was the result of a lot of work that I had to do to be able to let go in that respect. Because letting go and I talk about it in the book was kind of like a bumper sticker, right? We've heard that before in all facets of life. Once you stop carrying is when it all comes to you and, you know, let go and let God, it sounds good, but how do you get there? You know, I had to let go of it from an ego point of view, because I had worked for the greater part of 20 years. The time which you're referencing was like a two plus year sort of dry spurt where my ego was so damaged by this idea of like, oh God, a reckoning needed to happen because the data suggested that I would have kept working, but I had to be okay with if I didn't.

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"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

05:21 min | 2 d ago

"josh peck" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Thanks for joining us. Our guest on this episode is Josh peck and actor comedian podcast host and author who began his career as an actor in the late 90s, originally rising to prominence for his role in the sitcom Drake and Josh and has had a successful acting career ever since. He is, in fact, in a movie I saw not long ago called the wackness and was very well cast in that movie, acting with Ben Kingsley. He's also the voice of Eddie in the ice age franchise and tons of other movies. His book is called happy people are annoying. Hi, Josh.

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"josh peck" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on LadyGang

"So the game today is called. 'bout that becca back. I is the sash that connects all of our robes. She is the the water and all of our raises. She is the connecting for of all us there rally between our tiles my meaner. She is the ruler in our collection of minis. That's right she's ill she's the she's got. So we have josh. Vanessa jack and back today. And so jack and vanessa andros are going to be playing to know who knows becca. The best who knows bout backup. So i'm going to ask a question. Becca is going to write down her answers and what her truth is. And you're all going to try to match becca okay. First question becca about that. Becca question one. Being we have like the money for sound effects of becca. is that craft services. what will she grab. Ooh answer cancers down so hard because it was cova. You couldn't go together. I mean take your best guess. Okay becca what do you get crafts. Let me just say this is a tough one. Because i i did not have long days at turner and hooch so i can usually not snack or eat. You didn't snack. I didn't know and you go home. 'cause you make these wraps she loves you wrap wrap queen and we all know that god and the weird looking rap you've ever seen in your life she's like let me take this tomato in this grape and i'll wrap it up one time one time she was like. I just had the most delicious cinnamon bun and i was like well. It's about okay. Well here's the thing. If i'm going to get anything if i'm not like eating eating eating i'm gonna i'm usually gonna get some kind of candy. Keep me up jack. I just had solid protein because that's always gets from restaurant k. That's terrible vanessa. I don't know what does it say. No max okay. Well i would say that you're all right about about my no fun. No points have been josh. What is your official answer. No snacks rolling. No i know. She's healthy so i went veggie hamas and then in alaska jeopardize suit. We i knew she doesn't know who has not at work in a costume food. The frigging search. It was cold. wasn't it. Yeah you're looking for food that's true. That's true wound. Becker question to beccause onset. She does not know her lines. By why why because they switch scenes on her. Last minute was good. Answer good answer. I said because they changed it things and didn't tell her because that was what happened a lot. Okay jack. why doesn't becca no line. I don't even know that this is an option. I don't even know how sets work. Okay great unfair advantage. So what did you say. I was hungover. Joe's going to say accidentally hung over actually i. I'd get accidental hangovers. They are brutal. I didn't get them on this show because there was nothing to into Okay here's thing. Normally official banka is onset. She doesn't know her lines. Why not on this project. But if i don't know my lines onset it's usually because they suck and it's hard to memorize shitty lines and lines written poorly. It's very hard to get into my brain. That was not the case on this but the answer was i always know my line no mansions thing ours here the so far we have no points lady gang no points i. Nobody knows becca she is. Josh are right though because there were a few times. I did not know my lines as well as i wanted to because they did. Switch the scenes around on me. So i think they should get points okay. They'll get no points. Because i'm the boss your dick guy. You text back on the weight of set. And you're like d you wanna starbucks and she says yes. What is bekker's starbucks order. This is hard. Because vanessa and josh were both bigger stars on the show. And the stars don't get the recurring guest stars. That can be their answer. This is this is what i slid in for you girl. I feel like you know this. I feel like jack knows that shaq. We've done this before she's like just go to your tax. What is becka starbucks order. John why don't you start an iced almond milk locked very good great choice hot. I'm in say Oh a hot.

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"josh peck" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on LadyGang

"And josh the mindy project fuller house and now as the star u. s. marshal scott turner to in the sequel series. Turn who turned disney plus. She is canadian actor award nominee who's appeared on american dreams glee and is now starring as erica on. Turn hooch and trying to steal our brooks man. It's not okay. We already are so mad at her if she wasn't so darn cute war. Welcome to the first cast reunion of the newly iconic disney plus series turner and. hooch josh. Pack and vanessa lentjes. Yea welcome. I was saying to on. Vanessa josh that so i've only seen the first episode because i didn't watch the new one last night but i really wanted to hate erica. Because i'm team brooke and i'm like this is like janice aniston jolie thing for me. I'm like getting a tank top like team team but then you guys are so cute together that i'm like a maybe becca shouldn't stick around for season two. You know what i mean. Well i think that's your selfish desires super all to yourself and i and who could blame you. 'cause i would. I would feel the same but yet you know. What's incredible is there. I don't want to spoil anything. But there perhaps could be a love triangle between brooke and scott and erica and pinkie rooting. I think the only person you're not rooting for in that is scott. The end of the day. You really love both of their characters. He's being humble. Because vanessa and i can both attest to the fact that the only reason this show works is because josh peck is playing the lead in the show is that accurate. Vanessa is one hundred percent true if not more if whoever is good at math can can figure out how it's possible. It's possible i. I actually think about the love triangle that erica sees brooke for the first time. She's a little turned on. She's like okay. We're just person with the perfect skin in the gorgeous hair. Like i think there's i think they're stings possibilities yet to be realized. Oh we're going there. I don't know why. I heard love triangle. I actually did think i was like. This is nice and progressive okay..

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"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

"Did we learn well. I think we've learned a lot. Today josh peck taught us that even though you have a perfect body mind soul and spirit like he does. There's still work to do food. Don't fill a whole coke. Don't fill the hole and hey even pretty girls doubt. Just have a baby like he. Did it totally works. I'm going to go adopt one or maybe even kidnap that kid. He's thanks for listening to let lisa help with lisa lavenham for more info on. Lisa's storytelling shows for workshops and her life coaching services. Go to lisa lamp. Nellie dot com can also follow on the social at lisa lamp. Ellie new episodes of let lisa help or available weekly on apple podcasts. And podcast one.

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"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

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"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

"Of course oh my god. Because we've got literally every issue i have. You have which i love. I think like we're exactly alike. Where i cried at your dopey movie way was not dopey which was effing great. Where's that available by the way i know. You're not plugging it. But is that on anywhere. Like netflixing stuff. It's gotta be. It was a netflix. I don't think it is anymore. I don't go breaking now just before. We are all what i want you to do is. Can you stick around for two more minutes. Because i want you to help. Some of my awesome listeners wrote in with problems. Can you stick around and help. I'd be honored. Okay and real quick. Where can people find you. Josh you can find me on I dunno instagram chua. Pack but i have a podcast to go. Yes i love it. Lisa is my only return guests. Thus far your return gasket rush so our episodes great so yeah you can check that out wherever podcast sir available. Okay we'll be right back with. Let lisa how. 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Never wanted to listen to and now you're glad you don't. I'm here with josh peck by special guests and josh thank you so much for coming and this has been so much fun but before you go. I have some listeners who are desperate for advice so desperate. They'll even listen to us. I can't wait. So here's the first one this is from kathleen and she writes. I was in a severe car accident in two thousand fourteen. So this is going to be like accommodate one which resulted in many surgeries and many metal plates out your rods and screws to be inserted into my body while that does not sound fun. Unless it's a sexual thing. I gained seventy pounds of the result of the inactivity. I've tried ice. Oh janik. I don't know what that is. Do you know what that is josh. I is it i think. It's like a fasting program like shakes eissa. Genyk saw gross and working out with a trainer three times a week. I lost twenty pounds. But no more than i feel depressed and eat. Oh my god. I'm lost inside. Can you help josh. i'm telling you. That's why i got weight loss surgery because honestly seven years ago. I had that bottom where i was like. You know what when you get to a certain age or were you can't move like kathleen. Can't you've just go dude. I'm going to stick with this twenty pound loss. Then look in the mirror hate myself get depressed. Eat more. Get depressed at how i look. And it's a vicious cycle at numbers stops so for someone in the position of hey. I can't really move that much. I keep losing the same amount. The lousy twenty pounds and the depression leads to eating eating depression. What would you advise at raw. Well you know the thing. And i don't know how limited she is movement wise but i would say. Look richard simmons. I was the king of that. Right right right. He found a way to bring movement to people who were either severely much much more overweight. Or maybe we're just dealing with the fact that they didn't want to go to a gym wanted be at home sweating to the oldies so any movement is better than no movement. That's true and can definitely helped spark everything you know. There's a simple as people. Always ask me how. I lost weight and i wish i had a secret other than like you. Got to burn more calories than you can sam and but inevitably like an addition to the eating healthy portion of it which there's so many said this all diets work if you stick to it but the reality is is that i think there's the emotional side too because as she said there's that and so i think you know that's where you're the expert with. Yeah that whole like getting depressed in eating ice still seven years after that. Frigging surgery work every single day on emotional eating even driving here today. I was like okay. My physically hungry. No not yet and my physically hungry okay. Now i am. Because if i start eating when i'm not physically hungry it just goes yet last night i'll admit it. I went to dance class. And i was like. I bet i won't be hungry when i get home yet. I had a. I'm smart enough not to have sweets in the house. Because that's the devil to me and it makes me just crazy. But i'm like online have a little snack in bed with the dog. You get like that because and and it's just like i'm being a big baby but you know what. I ate a small enough amount today to allow that so it's almost like using food in the wrong way but at least i did it in a small way. Sure so for someone kathleen who i totally. I have a very good friend who has had many metal plates in car accidents. Move as much as you can or as little and honestly we all know is eighty to ninety percent of it. it's really not the movement and is much. The movement for her almost seems that it could be more about keeping the muscles going and got not getting stiff. So i think kathleen if you could. I would first of all look into getting some therapy about emotional eating because whenever we eat over problem then we have what two problems because that freaking food does not solve it so i would see somebody if possible. See a coach. Maybe paly slammed pinelli minimal. Some which is a fantastic deal. She accepts bitcoin. i do. i'm very jape. I accept food but yeah and don't be lost and sat over. Its that's what's makes me sad when he said i'm lost in sad because you know it's kind of a formula. Hey.

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"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

"Has led bad self-esteem about it and do you find like as you know as a stand up that's to me what i've what. What is finn revealed to me is like what you want in a great comedic performers. Someone where you feel. You're on the journey and their guiding. You isn't that rerun into issues immediately like if all of a sudden the audience you've lost your way is when you lose them absolutely. Yeah because they wanna know you're in control of that situation and you can keep going Which is wild. Because now that i transferred to being coach a life coach. It's like sometimes. I'll start making the phone call to somebody do coaching session. I'll go what if i can't think of anything. What if i can't think of a tool for them. What have. I can't do as calmed down. You got like eight hundred tools that you learned you got all his life experience in your gut. You know what's right. it's us just going. I got everything you want. It is saying. I have everything inside me already that i need. Yes 'cause when you go into say an audition because you got. How many auditions did it take to get. Drake and josh josh. Drake as i call it. I who knows i mean. I've probably been on five hundred auditions in my life. If arm if i'm thinking about it. And i actually was on. Amanda bines had sketch comedy show that i was on. I and that sort of spun off. Drake and josh. But yet i mean there were so many moments in which still to this day. Like i'll go out for pilots season at thirty two years old had like success. An awesome like really lucky career in many ways with ups and downs as most careers and yet still can walk into those rooms and walk out feeling like one of my doing here. I'm a fraud right. And like i can't believe i haven't hung it up yet after twenty years right. Yeah you know. It's funny because now. I'm not getting recognized and i'm okay with it but it's still cracks me up because i go what happened. I'm like what happened. Where i because everybody young is coming up so i remember being with my niece. Who's on the podcast. And that's why we drink and we are at the webby awards and people ran up to our table. And i i'm like oh my god i've been reading. She was that's but see because she's a relative and such a good person. I'm so happy. And i like to take a picture of you guys but isn't an interesting the way we go. Oh there's people coming up who are supposed to be bigger than us. Now for instance with the people joan rivers who were very jealous of people in the past who would come up on her heels. They were not the way to do it. Yes be happy for that person. But we can't let that shake that a we did something and we still are at least doing things on our terms. Yeah you know for me. It's weird because i'm in the last couple of years. My show people think of like drake and josh and the stuff that i did. And they're like god. What was it like when it was on. Tbn i'm like nothing. No one cared It's actually way more relevant now. So it's it's double weird. Because i get more recognized than ever and yet and then but people in the back of their their head go like oh like but you were on this ten years ago. I'm like trust me. None of you cared ten years ago. But i'm glad it meant something like back then but the reality is now. I've always been this. The public persona was well. You were on friends you on the kids version of frigging seinfeld brian to us you know but to me i'm like no. I had a job for years. I was awesome. But then when it was done i got right back in mind being journeyman actor that i i've always been and i will always be right and that's and i don't take any issue with it and the so the only time annoys me is when people say like. I've my nephew the other day was. Do you ever want to be on a big show again. Like never listen. You little jerk hat and i'm like yeah if it was the right thing perhaps but it's like i never had that experience. It's always been you work then. You don't work then you work. Then you don't work right right with the drake and josh drake show. That's what i call it. I don't care what anybody does that ring to rake doing. Did you come out here. You started auditioning you get that thing after. How many years here. well. I moved here for four. I moved here from the amanda show. We're on that okay. And then the creator of that show. Who created twenty. Show was the chuck laurie of kids television. They approached him and said we'd love a buddy comedy he got and he saw the trick and i kind of had the spark together and then six months later we were doing the pilot. Wow yeah so back then you were still using food to sort of we even when your kid do you know you're using food for means other than nutrition or is it now. Wow i've gotten this reinforcement to stay the chubby kid. So that's what i'm gonna do. I can hated it all like my mom has struggled her whole life with and so growing up it was like i was always in that household where we had like snack wells and god the weight watchers food. I was how can we get some gushers fruit roll ups over here. I'm sick the hasn't so i never had a normal relationship with food. And then it was like its own weird like What's outsell self fulfilling prophecy prophecy. Yeah 'cause i. I look back at that and i think that's for a lot of us. I was like i was cute. I was like finish. Like i was like acceptably. Chubby not scary chubby as right right. Do in no danger. Yes there was not going to be diabetes or a heart attack at six. And i remember like all of a sudden like around nine or ten when i started being able to go to like i remember. I started walking school by myself. When i was eleven and city and then i would start going to vote. Day goes by my own lines and the you know we were off the rails. But it's so interesting that between it's only words like i started losing weight. When was seventeen so my big years. Were between eleven and seventeen but those that adolescence is so defining right. I'll qualify now to people. That didn't know me back then and i'll be like you know when i was. You know big fat mess and then they'll say oh i don't you were. I don't know that i'm a gabby. You could tell right in the no. You actually look quite normal. Like i wouldn't know that who actually think now people might still see you as big josh. Will i feel like it. So much part of my story if he knew me since i was a kid right his my awkward chubby years or on reruns. Yes i can't burn the yearbooks and you know swear my family to secrecy and say let's not talk about that which could so many kids go through a rough as like that i mean mine was particularly but yeah i qualify it now and a lot of people say no need no need.

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"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Let Lisa Help with Lisa Lampanelli

"When i'm super excited because my podcast As you know helps all people. Well i kind of force them to be helped. It should be really called. Take my advice. Please wacko wacko today. I have one of my favorite people in the studio. We did a movie together. That was the highly una claimed. Drove it taylor. He played my son and he was a bully in that movie but in real life. He's a sweetheart and we become friends which you can't believe because he's way cooler than me. Josh peck is here. Argue josh beckett. Thank you for being the only person who when i tax you in front of my friends to show off to their kids actually gets back to me. I believe that that is an unappreciated art amongst the celebrity folk. I do like once. I texted jim carey just to show often food rehab. Didn't hear from him for until three days later. I'm like it's too late now. What are you doing jim. Busy painting yeah. I need you pay and do singing. Give me a brother. what's so funny with you. I always have to show off to the The kids under twenty shirt. They love you to my demo. It is menu based regret the beer and china mature myself. Stop thank you. I need it. I'm such a musical theater. Frigging wackadoo as stu musical theater as a kid and not only do it. I major in it at a performing arts high school. Evei know and then college didn't go good one so you where was your performing arts high school in california in new york i went there six ninth grade and then i moved to l. a. and gave my childhood for fame love that and you wanna else i love about you. You're super handsome now. Always were but you're super in shape your super both- you are like mr freaking. I lost my weight and kept it off and a lot of my listeners. Struggle with food and body image. Because that's been my struggle for you know fifty something years. Yeah so what was it about you. That said you know what. I gotta get this off. I'm taking it off and it's going to stay well and i don't mean to do this because i'm not that guy but you looking credit. I better than ever be uniform. Look excuse me miss arthur. Murray dance. I have become a ballroom dancer. Are you proud. I'm so i'm also proud on double double level because originally when we talked for my pod. What was it last year you were like. I don't like the fitness the movement. No exes. I don't know what happened. It was magical. And what a great way to a you know do some love and just a little cardio with it. Well your worlds. I even used to say. I give food body image workshops as you know big one coming up cr- apollo in the berkshires in november. That was such like identity long. Yes but let me tell you something. I even said during the workshops on like this movement. And if you don't either don't worry about ladies it'll happen when it's supposed to. That's what happened with the dancing. I had to do a charity dance thing. I loved it and it's something about connection Like in a gym. I never connected to anyone. Because i was always looking down because i was like. Oh they think. I'm fat and omega. What would they think of me now with dancing. You're forced to look some guy in the is which is like railway aired. I bet and what's weird is i got me a straight guy coach which is even weird. Because i'm like. Oh my god you know i gotta take a risk of being vulnerable Vulnerability how is that for you by the way. Because did you used to use. Wait as a way of sort of disconnecting from people. I think so i. I always say that. I went into situations imagining that. I was at a disadvantage. When i was found that i had to go win over the audience win over anyone in a personal connection because they just felt like people made a snap judgment about you when you were faster sure and there was no value to eight. I was in a family of like heavier people so it was like everyone was sort of judging one another anyway and we were very like just food craze food food base and and it wasn't you know i laughed like i had if i was samoan i would have been the perfect size. You know my god you were a ten. I'd be crushing a new york three. Did you always use to get such a pretty face kind of comments. Like oh you so. Add some if he had only lose the way. Yeah you were only not morbidly obese. Love me was. I would never particularly attractive so it was like not even the pretty face says new frigging gorgeous. And you know it's weird. I have reverse body this more. Where i think. I'm like nineteen and adorable. I love it. Are we to curse in your pod. I mean they're going to believe it. Oh this is my favorite comment. After i lost all the way that'd be would say to look me ago. You had blue eyes. They couldn't see them because they were so wrapped in the folds of fat. Nobody's in a funny people because they're actually looking you in the i. I think that's actually a big statement Because with bigger people we often feel like we can't look anyone in the i you i would walk into things like i like how you said. We went in at a disadvantage. And how did that happen with auditions though. Because your kid actor. How old were you when you started to act and ten. So you're going on auditions. Could you summon up the nerve to be confident and look people in the eye. Despite the way. Yeah i definitely had a stick and i had developed. You know. it's all these defense mechanisms that we accrue to keep the world at bay writing in so i all of a sudden had this like little had all this ammo ready to go and i also knew within my niche. I was one of the best. Like i knew how to be the chubby funny kid right so there was you know my mom always said when we moved out to la. And they'd say how could you give up your whole life in new york for your kid in his career. Like that. just makes you a weirdo stage. Mom and she's like look. Yes but she said i knew gave my kid confidence. Wow and then it made him believe in himself and if it had been little league or instrument or the debate team i would have helped him with that but it just so happened. It was just like specific thing. That made us relocate so yeah acting in a weird way. Save me because it did. It did give me that extra bit of confidence that i was so lacking right because i think you know with confidence people think. Oh i'll get up the nerve to do it and get confident then i'll take action and it's i think the complete opposite you have to do the action that gives you confidence so suddenly with z. Even somebody like me going onto this dancing bang for this charity. So i'm going to do it and just the going to the studio was like oh suddenly going. Oh i can do this so now. I'm a confident dancer. I'm not good. But i'm confident at least confident enough to keep going so with you. It's almost like more. You auditioned the more confident you got in his. Don't you find that. Confidence is so intoxicating. Oh yeah it's the thing that people love about other people and because that's why we look at some people and go i don't think they're conventionally pretty or handsome but there's something about them. I'd rather be the confident ugly girl than the pretty on confident girl. Yes i'd rather be the dancer who thinks they're great who really isn't rather than the one who's phenomenal and.

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"josh peck" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"Well i've been keeping all my turner and hooch questions in but it can i bring them up now. I watched the trailer. I first of all cannot wait. The first thing that came to mind. I was wondering how was it like working with a dog. It's a great question i You know it's funny there's that old adage of don't work with kid actors dogs and like i'm a kid actor. Some totally disqualified from that hal at ten years old but when a dog is the best thing ever because it forces you to completely let go of whatever you rehearsed in the shower the night before being the moment. They're never gonna do exactly what you want them to do. But whatever they do is i. Oh actually really good advice for humans to you. That's so awesome to do. They have trainers trainers onset. Just working are there two dogs. Do you have a backup talk. If something happens to the i five stirs five. They they had. They all lived in their own house with the trainers. I mean it was probably like a That the real world dog edition. It was big brother. Big brother's justice. These dogs were so incredible. They each had their own special skills so like be. He was our elder statesman dog. If he was just good at like sitting around looking cute also when you hammer arm adami. Soccer publicity are only female dog. Who's literally so good at like picking up with her mouth and jumping really high so either really special skill that makes so much all five dogs playing the same role. They serve pushing him out. That much sense though. Because i'm sure there's you can't just wait on one dog to say if it's not going to say so like having the different specialties..

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"josh peck" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"Whether it's you know traditional digital someone like like olivia rodriguez or someone who's just starting to get fame. I think you're one of the few people who at least from the outside. You seem completely normal. Haven't been totally spat out by hollywood meltdown. Sad weird when people in their forty forty s. yeah. I live crisis. I you know i guess it's it hearkens back to what i said before. Like it's gotta be about the work. He adds a lot to be about the journey. Because it's like we're gonna have a premier for turner who on thursday like a few days before the show comes out and it'll be cool. It'll feel berry. Hollywood chassis and out here. A lot of things in it will be really nice. But then it'll be given out to the world you know the the following week and it's not my business you know what what was my business was that i spent eight months with a great group of people making something. I'm proud of. And i hope that we get to do it again. And make another season of the show. But you know it. It's funny it's like a kid. It's a baby in the sense of like me. And the other actors and our producers and writers and director. We created the singing. It's ours and we're so proud of it you give it to the world and it's no longer years and yes own. So how do you gauge something being successful. Like how would you gauge this show being successful or not. is it. You being proud of your work that you did is it especially now with views and downloads. Does that affect you. I wish i could say it didn't but of course the yeah you want it to be successful you want people to love it but the only thing i had control of them like i've done plenty of stuff that i hate or these. I just was like that was a that. Didn't happen the wiped out from the imdb. Imdb never saw it there. There's some jobs in there where i was like. Well that paid my rent for Twenty twelve totally. When you're doing it actually fulltime. You know you can't have always have like the craziest you can't. It's hard to have a perfect track record. When you're like working sort of draymond actor yeah you you know you're just trying to sustain and keep doing it or not eventually your real estate license much love to realtors. I think yeah. I think that inevitably will st what people been committed and go from there. If if people don't have it a lick my wounds for a week or two. And then i'll be like okay. What snacks ignition. No i love that. I think that's a healthy way to cope. And you have denial. It wouldn't be good. But i think letting it so ke- and then moving on is the best thing to do. That's what i do with youtube to speaking of auditions. Do you have any crazy stories. You can tell us man. I mean the thing about additions for me is that i've been doing it since i was ten. Boeing like oreo commercials with me and like sixty. Other like chubby like dark-haired little boys stomachache me office for three hours in midtown. New york like walking in there like okay. Josh justina neighbor us josh peck. And give us your height in the mike. Five one one eighty. I know and say And you go like thank you..

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"josh peck" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

"Pretty basic everyone. Welcome to the pretty basic podcast. The one that you've all been waiting for been waiting. I've been waiting for this for my whole life. John kidding the crowd goes well. Well why. I'm so honored to the year. Thank you guys for having me. This is the best Well i mean we've known each other for a few years now which is crazy because we We did some muck bangs forever ago. What else did we do versus shake shack. That's what it was ooh Big and then. Your video was weird food combinations. The i wouldn't yeah those ship for a little bit. Yeah but i mean also have podcast and we're so excited to have you. We ask our guests a few random questions and we wanted to ask. What's your go-to drink. It can be anything it could be non alcoholic. it'd be alcoholic. it could be a juice box. What are you into lately. Why okay rick. Crush deep the question right to the heart hitting ones so when my wife and i were getting married i don't know if you guys know about this or like i'm sure you do because like we're all at that age where we pretended way too. Many weddings might now. This sort of thing is to have a signature drink lake rick and lowering signature. Mahita the me's revival. Yes my uncle. He goes romi. And anytime i throw a party. I have romeo's revenge and romney's revival. It doesn't matter what's in it. You just need the name. It could be water good but storytime. I didn't expect a whole story time. So i i don't drink and still they were like well. We have a special beverage free in presenting. My wife did make margarita concern california girl that her family loves them so her and i said you know i was watching the jetblue flight yet. A signature cocktail that one very nice flight attendant recycle. I could just leave the gada of it. It's like it's like cook soda with with honey and meet. It's a basically it's a virgin mosquito and my friend. I'm not driving leads us. That sounds really good. Sounds really good. I feel like you should do a whole mock tales. Like i'm gonna have to try that on cooking with remington a thousand percent. I do love him. Oh okay i'm gonna try that after we hang up zoom. Yeah you deserve. Thank you well other than having mojo and going to weddings. You know. You also are kind of coming out with you. Know something huge right now. Do you wanna talk about that for our audience. I hope the guys we have a star in front of us. Absolutely i added show called turner huge. She comes out july twenty first on disney laws and yet. I mean i'm really. I'm really just worried about my next month. Bang with you a leash and this show is cool to sort of the filler. You can't give them too many back to back. You have to have something in between i. My dream is to win an academy award and the next morning to wake up in get together with my friend. Jo hope piss generally like a a just disgusting amount of you know burgers and bryson his car. 'cause i'm a man of the people no matter this success. It won't change the fact that i just wanted to eat bad food on camera. What more could you want right. I mean you know all of that. Now that sounds amazing. Congrats by the way. I think i don't know if people listening know how big of a deal this is but i mean tom. Hanks was the original. How does it. How does it feel how. How did the call happen. How'd you get this opportunity. Like how do you feel filling his shoes. Oh it's a great question. I it was very exciting like i. I love that. I've been able to live in both worlds between kind of the traditional. Tv movie stockman. Also getting to do youtube and social media. Because i never. I don't know just never seen a real separation For me it was always like how do you make entertaining content. Even if you're not doing it in the traditional way up with in. So that's why i like ran towards youtube instagram and whatnot. Because it just seemed like a way to connect with audiences and to state creative. And then and i was really happy. Just doing that. And i did that for like two years. And then this thing came along and having a son in like you know. I'm i'm preaching to the choir here. You guys in the masters like the beauty of youtube guidance. You set your schedule. You're the master of your universe right in to go back into that other world. You're very much at the mercy of scheduling yen out of your control. And i i was. I was like i would love to do it again but i hope it's. It's something that's really right and for me so in this game along was a way i could be. Tv's generic tom. Hanks signed. that's amazing. I feel like you are one of the very few traditional hollywood actors who made such a seamless transition into digital like. It just looks so natural so when you when you had the idea when you did start did you do it all by yourself or did you hire like a bunch of people because i feel like a lot of people just hire like giant teams. Because i don't know what to do and their contents great but did you. Were you doing independently. You know it's it's a great question. I i started on mine and rip. I just loved watching them. And i would watch. The comedian will sasso and and people like rudy. Amanda cerny like all. My friends like people that were were crushing it on the app in my my girlfriend at the time is now my teachers like joe. Mixon see what happens. Yeah it built so quickly at. I remember specifically. This was a twenty thirteen. It's just crazy was a while ago. I remember kind of. I like this crossroads right because i was starting to get like a lot of attention for it but it was so different than where i come from at that time. It wasn't as universal as it is now like it wasn't as as a respected as having a huge social media. It's just crazy because you know you said you ran social media and it's just such an odd thing to hear from someone who is established and the more traditional hollywood because there's been so many celebrities or just other people who really looked down on influence or back then really probably looked down on it. We're now is a more well-known thing or even how there's so many people who hire huge huge production teams to give them a youtube channel. And it's pretty obvious that they're not hands on what their content where super obvious that you've always been super hands on with your content You know even from the vine era and everything. That's that's insane. yeah. I totally agree. I'm interested task. You guys what do you think when you see someone who's super famous from a recent television who come over with that team and it feels like there's a separation Someone else's curing their content. Are you watch. I back has i just. I see it as such a waste of money because it feels like they're trying to compensate with the angles and the cameras and the production. When i'm like the point of youtube is just to connect to your audience. And i feel like the whole reason to do youtube. They're like putting up a wall in between for issues being another tv outlet somewhere where they can understand what you have for breakfast or how you look when you wake up or that intimate part of youtube i feel like is missed when there are when it is such a production. I don't know. I think of like my for some reason. Will smith is just in my head right. Now and content is incredible. But you know he's got fifty people working on his youtube. I do think it comes down to even like the person's personality 'cause he's someone who you know he's always been i don't know i feel like his personality kind of fits that very random produced he's a good host. I guess about will smith. And not not that. I don't care too but i'm fine with how much i know about him. Just being entertained. But i do love watching your content or people who come over to digital and i get to learn more about them think shay mitchell does a good job to learning more about her but still being produced but my favorite is constantly. Gore's where it's just you're making it. It's so obvious you're getting to learn so much about these people that you grew up with these actors that you love and that you are inspired by knowing their behind the scenes and their day to day. Yeah i i think you're you're spot on with that and you're right it's like a i remember when jack black g. tube and it was literally like you could tell. 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"josh peck" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"josh peck" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"This is the bunny ears podcast. Welcome again, I am the Devon cell of Kokin since MacAulay, that's me also known as Jonathan Taylor. Thomas. Something dude. So, yeah. This week we have on a really, really classy guest. It's going to be amazing. He's the star of Moby Dick and amongst other things. It's a Gregory Peck. Yeah. We, we actually were able to Lynn Gregory Peck and he's oh gosh my phone. Hold on, sir. Fine me. All right. The brand. Hey, this is. Mcauley HOGAN and the bunny ears podcast. Welcome again. My dog Nick stores Barkan. But it's okay, I'm not sure if you could hear that. So this week. Yeah, we actually lend it a really really great guest. It is really, really classy. Clutch guy. It's Mr. Gregory Peck. He's the star of Moby Dick. He's a hab in movie, dick, in fact. So get can't really get any classier than that. So. Yeah. You. Die. Rack, josh. Dine me. Okay, apparently, I've just been told that it's not Gregory Peck. It's actually Josh peck. So. Yeah. So, yeah, it's going to be Josh peck when go from here and see how it goes. So, yeah. Take it away. Josh peck. Gusto? Why not? Yeah. Why not little razzle dazzle? Yeah. Little Mike check. Razzle dazzle. So so listen. I usually do. And, you know, an intros afterwards. So, like, we reckon just go this is strong. So so listen. I only actually have one question for you. Written down. I'm so glad. Yes. Yes. So Mr. Josh peck, are you related to Walter peck from Ghostbusters? No. That's a person. Yeah. He's the guy who shuts down the machine the the ghost machine. Interesting. I had no dude I don't know. I call him peck. So wondering any relation. No, I wish. Okay. I mean granted I never met my father's. So maybe they're Simancas. But it's like, obviously, I get Gregory Peck all the time all There there you you go. go. Real human pack. Actual pack. Yes. But he I think was Kharian because he was Armenian. Okay. And I d- Jude my last name because it's really pecker. I was about to ask Perriman. All right. Yeah. All right. Yeah. You kind of just wanted to keep it simple slightly. What's your one syllable? My, my, I think my uncle was someone who told my mom when she found out, she's having a boy, he said, we need to have a meeting. You cannot allow him to go through life with that last name. Oh my goodness. Boy, go through go through fifth grade is looking at OPEC Herman looking exactly. So she legally changed it to pack before I was born, but I just a stage name. Okay. But it hasn't really. I mean, you know, if people want to go with pecker. They're going to do it. Yeah. Yeah. So. Yeah. Exactly rat. Yeah. You should have been in that movie. Pecker pecker. You remember that you remember the flick, pecker furlong? It's John waters movie. Ooh. Yeah. He plays a photographer, what's going on with John waters and Edward furlong. Yes. Right. Okay. Well, John waters. Now hitchhike all the time. No do you know about this? Okay. So there's like every once in a while every couple of years, you hear a story, like we pick up John waters on the side of the street..

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