27 Burst results for "Kevin Bacon"

"kevin bacon" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 2 months ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on WTOP

"Ran a 105 miles to bring you this message Your potential is boundless Yes you will sometimes be afraid Yes you will often doubt yourself Yes there will be dark nights but the sun will rise and so will you The run took 27 hours with little rest and raised around $50,000 Steve kathan CBS News You've seen his movies but have you heard Kevin Bacon play music The bacon brothers are playing the birch Mir and Alexandria next week Over the pandemic we were in the studio on the day when it seemed like the world shut down So the new stuff has been done fairly remotely just because that's kind of been the nature of making music but we're excited to start playing again in start playing in front of people Kevin Bacon formed the bacon brothers with older brother Michael in Philadelphia in 1995 I have a song I resurrected from an old movie soundtrack called let me happen to you girl I'm not known as being mister happy songwriter but I'm not known at all probably It's a very happy song My wife really likes you to make her smile Here are full chat including Kevin's movie memories on my podcast beyond the fame Jason fraley WTO news Money news at 25 and 55 here's Brennan Hazleton Wall Street wrapped things up with a mixed day Friday and its first losing week and the last four as investors get ready for the fed to possibly make moves to more aggressively fight inflation For the week the Dow dropped about a third of a percent while the NASDAQ lost 3.9% and the S&P fell 1.3% as for expected economic news next week on Thursday we'll get the latest look at jobless claims.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

02:42 min | 10 months ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"Footloose apollo thirteen and a few good men in theaters and most recently city on a hill on tv with his brother. Michael kevin just released the tenth album of bacon. Brothers music you can catch up with them at big brothers music dot com and his very strange but very funny podcast. The last degree of kevin bacon is available on spotify. Meanwhile check out the work and the opportunities offered by his nonprofit at six degrees dot. Org this episode was edited and produced by our executive producer. Graham shed with help from our associate producer. Gene shoemaker are sound engineer. Is erica wong. And our publicist. Is sarah hill. You can subscribe to our podcast for free at apple podcasts. Stitcher what wherever you like to listen. Nexen are series of conversations. I talk with my mba bialik. Her acting career began at the age of eleven and as a teenager who starred in her own sitcom but then her life took a turn. I originally was really fascinated with with biology and with dna. But once i took one of my first introductory classes at ucla and we learned about the neuron. I literally had a moment where i said. This is the level of understanding of the universe. I wanna have the fact that neuroscience is the science that explains consciousness in speech and degenerative conditions like it was just. It was all the things about the universe that i wanted to understand at that level. I actually left academia to be home with my children. Meaning i got my doctorate And then did not take a post doc position and eventually that led to me returning to acting because i was running out of health insurance. That's the truth. And i ended up on the you know the most popular comedy in america by accident mayan bialik and how acting led to neuroscience and neuroscience led to acting next time on clear and vivid for more details about clear and vivid into sign up for my newsletter. Please visit alan all dot com. And you can also find us on facebook and instagram. At clear and vivid and i'm on twitter at alan old. Thanks for listening bye bye..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

07:14 min | 10 months ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"I'm very rhythmic so like sometimes i like i feel like i wanna do like. I just hear some kind of drum thing. And then that that's what puts me into the Into the into the groove of of the song so basically you know. Come up with sort of either lyrical idea. Or or or corneal idea. I'll start to play the changes and find the melody. The goes around those changes. And it's funny. Because i you know i on the iphone is those of voice voice apps you know our voice notes apps which are so fantastic for songwriters you you hit it and it. Just records recourse pretty. Well actually. i mean. I've actually lucht moving within just gone crazy. But but yet. And sometimes i'll go back and listen to the actual progression of a song over like you know to be like august thirteenth august seventeenth august. Twenty are all dated. And i'll hear a completely different sorta music-hall idea and a lot of different kind of lyrical ideas also gives you change to refine it little by little. It's like like an like senior derive out of improvisations. Sometimes it takes eighteen times before. It's a finnish scene even though you improvise you think the same scene every time. Yeah carolines asked me she said. How can you when you're writing. Something how come you play it over and over and over yet. And i said well yeah. That's exactly it. And and one of the risks of writing something at recording it and then taking it out and touring with is that all of a sudden you know you're in des moines man. You end you the song. Is you know it was recorded a year ago. And you go. Oh that's it or it should all right. They should have gone over known. Yeah yup yup note are up and entire key auburn. Entire steph like like i should have been playing it in in You know a flat instead of know. i mean. i'm sure you've you've had this experience where you rehearse a play. You go through previews you open. And then like in the in the fourth or fifth week on a on a wednesday afternoon you deliver a line and you go. Oh my god. That's that's it. That's so ingrained in me to win. I'm the stage and it's opening night. I i actually make a deal with myself. And i say don't be upset if you're still doing this place six months from now and finally really good because it's gonna get better and this is just the start. I love that. So that's great. That's a deal you make with yourself. Yeah that's the trouble is that that's the night that counts. I'm gonna hold onto that onto that people have ask me. What's the difference between acting on the stage and acting for the camera when we come back from our break heaven vacant. I compared notes on our experience in dealing with those two very different forms right after this clear and vivid can be downloaded for free because it supported by our sponsors and by as they say people like you but there are no people like you. You're you we wanna make sure you know about dot com slash clear and vivid. That's where if you love hearing from the extraordinary guests we have on our shows. You can become a patron and get early access to special videos and at the highest tier you can join me in our monthly get together online. I think you'll find out the listeners to our podcast often as much fun to hear from his our guest. We're grateful to you all thank you. And don't forget to check out. Patriot dot com slash clear and vivid. This is clear and vivid. Now back to my conversation with kevin bacon. I was thinking of what lebed schreiber said when we talked on this show about how the combination of inspiration and technique the things you have to remember technically when you're acting and the things that you have to be overcome by without knowing in advance what they're going to be the inspiration. He said an interesting thing about that. And i wondered about what your reaction to it is because he was talking about it as someone who had played the clarinet i think professionally as a young man so he was a musician. And you're a musician. And he said that combining those two things inspiration and the hardcore technique is a lot like making music. I absolutely agree with that For instance if i write something and then i start to play it with the band and the first few times through barakei figuring it out at you know we're kind of stepping on each other's toes sometimes and but then eventually caught up it hits the sweet spot and it really really. It's overuse word really is true really starts to grew in all of a sudden you You find something new a lotta times for me. It's finding something new in the malir finding something new in the That is going to just feel interesting. And it's fired. And i feel the same way about about acting At about certainly on the stage. But but but filmmaking to i think the comparatively if we're talking about music when i look at Working in the studio recording. I think that's very much akin to making a film or television thing because you have take to you're in a controlled environment you Have gotten a chance to rehearse. Do a master. Now you're coming in you got coverage you got all this kind of stuff. And there's a lotta gear around and and but you wanna hold onto the the ability even if you have all that technique which comes from a lifetime of living on the set knowing what cameras do lights and how the whole process of the day is gonna go. You wanna hold onto all that technique but hoped muse comes in and sits on your shoulder and in in you know take too you know you laugh on a line that you would never even thought about laughing and it just you just go holy shit. That's like i..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

07:56 min | 10 months ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"And Everybody wins. It's so interesting that you're able to take something that you felt held you up as a joke at your own expense and turn it around into something so positive and productive in in a human way. It seems easier to a lot of people on you. Think why think that's a job at your expense who you must be very entered. It's hard to be in that spot. I've been at spot to and it says it doesn't always seem like a compliment. You know just just the other day. I read something commenting on actors and their careers and the ended. Basically they referred to me as you know having done some but best known for the six degrees of kevin bacon. You spend your life as you did Deciding that you were going to devote your entire being to try to do something well into work and bust your ass to try to be good at it and then something else sort of comes down. Sometimes it's a little bit hard to to appreciate. I mean like if if it's if it's one piece of If it's one piece of work i can kinda understand that you know what i mean because then you go well yeah. That's the thing that people saw the most liquid tempting from left field Deal it's a little but listen Somebody said to me the other day they were talking about there were talking specifically about meryl streep by actually have worked for with before and i really agree with this and they. They were saying you know that. They so admired her because she took her work so seriously and herself. Not very seriously. And that's kinda like the way i am you know because Yeah i'm serious about my relationships in my my my family and trying to be a trauma best to wake up and be able to look in the mirror and feel okay about myself but don't don't take my own image or whatever that seriously i'd rather i'd rather just throw myself into the work to the best of my ability Every time off the bat you know try to swing for the fences and an and and do something that has value put in the time and then when it comes to may you know i don't i don't care that much about it. I don't really care how people perceive me specifically you know they couldn't be more evident in your podcast. Which i i didn't listen to some of it. I had time to listen to more than i episode so far but it made me laugh. It's really bizarro. Piece of work and It's like an old like a radio show with with a whole soundscape and the story. The story line is so crazy. Had your own expense was called. Last degree of cass baker india. And hit this guy with your car and you bring them home and are kind to him mainly because you don't want him to sue you. I'm curious curious curious. Edrich as i'm sure you know as your wife. Yes she has my wife when she says to the gheit. Tell me about yourself are you. Yeah yeah it was. Yeah it was very nice to do the part. I didn't know where i was going to where we were going to go to next if she decided not to play cure but she made fun of herself to. That's great and you and you do work a lot with your your family would you. You've been doing music with your brother. Your brother michael isn't yet micheal yet. You've been making music together since you were kids. I think right within now you've heard for the last twenty five years or so you've been you have a band together we do. We just played a show. Actually i'm speaking of working with family. we just last night last night wrapped up A movie that cured directed. And that i'm in and that our son travis scoring and we're in rhode island and Just go incidentally we had big brother show in rhode island like a half an hour away so on a on a. We often fridays and saturdays in this particular movie. In of on friday night a lot of the crew came in we had a we had a show. It was one of our first. our first shows. live the pandemic. You mean right. Yeah you do you write your your your own music. D day brought it to you and your brother collaborator. Do you do we collaborate some We used to write a lot more I start see. I started writing when i was really young. probab- at michael too. I mean he started writing probably when he was ten He's ten years older than me. I started writing when i was about twelve and but he was a trained musician. he he. He took music lessons in played the cello and was in the all city orchestra in philly where we grew up and was like real. You know he was like the real deal musician. I didn't have an instrument. But i would still hear melodies and lyrics in my head and i would sing them to him and he take the guitar piano structure The song a figure out what the changes were based on just gone up by baba you know and then And then eventually picked up guitar really only tool to write. It needed something to play to be able to put these song ideas down and we started writing a lot together as my guitar. Skills got a little bit more advanced. I think i didn't. I didn't necessarily need to write with him. So so we right along so at this point. We don't write that much together But the albums are generally During the pandemic put out our tenth album There's gonna release split between half. Half of them are mind. If i do leave oakland half of his if he definitely your songs are really melodious and you reminded me as i was listening just a little while ago to one of the most fun and interesting interviews. We had on this podcast with paul mccartney. Because i said to him how do you personally come up. I ask them. How do you come up with the tune. The noodle around is a d. Hear it in your head i is. It happened and he says he noodles and anyone over to piano and started noodling and trying to fish for song and it was really exciting influence. That's amazing to makes me wonder how you do it too. And how do you arrive at a melody. Yeah i. I think alex i don't think of them. As sometimes one comes first in one comes later like sometimes the lyrics sort of are the far the genesis of it and sometimes the array of for our corp progression is is the genesis of it or for me. Even i'm.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

07:41 min | 10 months ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"You just need to take me out of it when you take me out of it. The concept of it is really a kind of important than beautiful concept and that is that we are all connected and we see this now so much during this pandemic right The what what you'd go out and do in your life affects other people. And that's the that's the connections so i didn't really anything about philanthropy or about what it would be. All i did was went out with a friend because i didn't even know how to do this. We got the website six degrees dot org. I just purchased it for cop of bucks or something and that was just the beginning of. That's kevin bacon who we've enjoyed as an actor in dozens of movies and just being in all those movies made him. The subject of a game called the six degrees of kevin bacon if you would act it in a movie with someone who had acted with someone who had acted with him. You were that. Many degrees of separation from kevin bacon and other actors would be asked. What your baking number. I was interested that kevin was able to take this game of trivia and turn it into a philanthropy to help make the world a better place. This is really great to talk with you because first of all. You're such a busy guy. I don't know how you make time for this I make time. Because i love you and your work and i wanted to talk to you. So there's always for that that's great. I'm so impressed. Because i i were cards do but i don't think i could fit into my life everything you do. Do you know what what impresses me an awful lot about what you do. Is you website and your philanthropy. What's the official name vinyl. Six degrees daughter here. And this of course came out of you being named the center of the universe about twenty twenty five years ago. Yeah exactly everybody in show business's six degrees away from you. Apparently apparently yeah And you know when that when that whole thing happened it was just a couple of college kids just kind of having fun in their dorm room and they came up with it and they happen to pick me and they they they could have picked a a lot of other people. They could pick you the done. Some kind of a you know mathematical equation. I think christopher plummer is maybe the most connected person ever and They ended up with me kind of randomly. End them you know. I was very resistant to the idea. Because it was a joke. And i really take took my work so seriously. You know and i didn't really want to be the the the bottom joke and and you know you know were actress. We got pretty deep seated insecurities about them and and otherwise why would we get up in front of millions of people say ally exactly that. We're we're trying to Override ara posture syndrome pretty consistently and And yet it just didn't go way you know it just it just kept hanging in there and so i thought to myself I was at a point in my life where i was trying to figure out some kind of way to do a little bit. More kind of giving back you know. I think that when i started out like a lot of young performers i was necessarily like super super self involved and really really just You had myself at the center of the universe and and then eventually you have kids and were things happen in your life or you start to spend a little bit more time looking at the newspaper or or personal Relationships have sort of impact in. And i started thinking maybe i just need to do a little bit more of giving back in a way. I've been extremely grateful for everything you know Have in the other thing about the six degrees thing is. I've i've always thought to myself. You just need to take me out of the when you take me out of it. It the concept of is is really important than beautiful concept that is that we are all connected and we see this now so much during this pandemic right What you'd go out in do in your life affects other people. And that's the that's the connections so i thought well what what what can i. What can i use is our brand. You know i. I was so impressed with paul newman. And the way he took the took the food and and somebody loved to do and just raised a whole bunch of money with that. I was just kind of i didn't really anything about philanthrophy or about What it would be. All i did was went out with a friend. 'cause i didn't even know how to do this. We got the website six degrees dot. Or you know. I just purchased it for a thousand bucks or something and was just the beginning of it. So we're constantly changing and morphing and figuring out how to do it Which we try to use a certain amount of Kind of celebrity. Just because that's kind of what. I what the idea of it you know the six degrees thing. That's what people relate to but i'm really interested Across the board in a lot of grassroots organizations that are doing cut good work down on the ground. So it's so be my feelings about things that need help and and and ways to reach out are really scattered. Because i find myself at one day. I pick up the paper and it's like all i'm thinking about the environment and then all i'm thinking about is is is You know social injustice and then all of a sudden. I'm thinking about cancer and then i'm thinking you know what i mean. I'm really like go. So that's a little bit. What six degrees dot org is like a little bit you know. Spread out it. Sounds like the idea of six degrees a kind of permeates the whole philanthropic notion in the sense that you make people aware of their connection to things happening locally far away from them that they might not have otherwise heard about might not have felt they were connected but you connect them and give them a chance to to to help out the do they. How if i if. I went to the website and i wanted to be part of this effort. What would i be asked do Well there's Ways to to volunteer. There's ways to look for organizations. That are in your neighborhood that have some kind of focus on something that that you are interested in and then we always have some new sort of Piece that were that were of kind of supporting For instance we were supporting during the pandemic A couple of great grassroots organizations that were taking restaurants okay and using those restaurant employees. Who obviously were were a lot of them were out of work and the restaurants were closed and had had no clientele but there were still people that they were able to make the food and then take the food to frontline workers specifically hospital workers. Not even getting. The hospitals were overrun. They weren't even getting time to go out and a bite to eat so we took a local restaurant in a local hospital.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Script but i also really needed the gig. You know. i felt a lot of pressure Melissa put pressure the certain amount of pressure as a provider. You know I'm lucky 'cause to turns out but that's but that's something that i'd never really kinda counted on you know. ole to Traditional that in that way and So all those things combined nina life and death and career and money you know. We're just kind of overwhelming. And i think it that moment does come. Probably four or similar moment comes for a lot of people who have experienced sarma young age and many of them including a lot of people. You made some of those earlier movies with. We've talked which we've talked about their the way it resolves for them is they kind of fade out of the picture. You have on the other hand endured as much as anybody and i want it. Sounds like the reason if there's one turning point in obviously correct me if you disagree but it sounds like you something made you reach out to an agent name. Paul wagner right. Sort of reboot just everything. Yeah i mean. I would say that i don't. I was paula. Paula might have reached me. You know but yeah. Yeah i rebooted it. I definitely did. And i reported it. Also with the support of cure. Because you know had that that's something that that you can't even begin to quantify. Because she was. So she's knew me as a off broadway actor even though she was twelve years old. Her mother was the first time we met her. Mother had told her to go see. This play was down. The village called album gave a gave. Her gave her the tickets as a birthday. Present and ed so she was kind of a you know. Appreciate the fact that. I i really in my ass character actor and that was it. You know that was the that was the Kinda moment between between paula curious support and and oliver stone giving me geoghegan in jfk. Things just kind of changed. And and i took i took took pieces out of the out of the formula As we were talking before it no longer became about being the guy you know there were other guys. That could could be number. One of the call sheets no longer became about the size of my park. Just care if you give me a great part that has four lines on there and your ultimate case in point just to just illustrate. We're talking about i think is that so that first one. That is a kind of new chapter in your life was jfk. You're playing first of all. I guess it's she also represented stone and stone and says there's top yeah. Yeah and there's a ton of kind of had to give me the gig. No there's a lot of lot of parts that you wind up and again. I think this would take a level of humility that not everyone would have been able to display. It's four days work. You're gonna play a crazy gay prisoner. Who is somebody who knew oswald. And you know i think what it was originally asking you. It sounds like it evolved into basically just you know playing with himself in the background. But that you've got to saline line in that that completely probably reframed the way that anyone ever thought about. This is not the this is not the guy from footloose anymore. That's that if if i don't know do you want to share what it was or should i You better shut down. Remember that so the line from that one was quote. You don't know shit mr garrison because you never been fucked in the ass closed even though it's a small part as that was clearly where we're dealing with a different trajectory at that point character a great character appearance in there. And that leads to this unbelievable streak where the next year is the military lawyer in a few good men right and then i said In that movie. I said you can't handle the truth away. That wasn't made well. But you're the you're the the good marine there then right around that time river while you're with meryl streep is ninety. Four ninety five is apollo thirteen with you know that whole group and i guess i just wanna do you feel that. Can you direct you feel that you would directly attribute this streak of leading into one of the best things. I think you've ever done murder in the first ninety. Six which i know is a bit of a frustrating experience but i mean this run of great work in different kinds of parts. It was totally because of the change in mindset totally totally well because of change in mindset and also because of jeff cat because the movie was a loved or hated it was kind of a phenomenon and was very high profile. And you know it just shows to go you know you. There were a lot of people in there and a lot of great performances and Yeah i just think it reframed reframed people's way it's not just me making the choice right. It's also it's also the way that people reframe so they went okay as you said. You know he'll he can do a small part and we'll give more character role. And and that's what i've always wanted. You know going back to what you're talking about with dustin. You know mean yeah. He was a lead in in both of those movies But those were characters they weren't they weren't The fresh faced guy the guy or the guy with the gun or the guy with the funny guy you know and you know what else i think. Seems like it's a testament to you and the fact that people were noticing that you were doing something different a lot of these people in that era. Whether it's reiner or ron howard. These are fellow actors as well. Who were who are casting you right. So maybe they're seeing it on a different level than others even would have had very good success with my fellow actors between iran and rob and clint. Now i love it. I love working with actors. Yeah a quick aside. That i must address and i'm sure have comes up in every frigging conversation. You've ever had with a journalist. But i i just want to get to the bottom of. I believe it's ninety. Four in the midst of this whole revel revival of kevin bacon that you've got three geeks at at a university in pennsylvania sitting around drunk watching footloose and what's your understanding of what how how it evolved from there. I other than that. I don't really know other than they. just serve. started to talk to their friends about it. And then their friends would talk to their friends and it was a pre viral viral. You know really need it was it was pre internet viral. It just wasn't really. There was some internet stuff..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"As an accident a man. It was an accident and what was what was important to me about diner. Was that as you said i was. doing allows theater doing great. You know enjoying that very tough to a rub two nickels together. When you're off. Broadway or off broadway but i was on i had a. I had a year long contract on the guiding light playing him. The teenage alcoholic and that contract was ending and they wanted to me. Of course the idea of having steady work and then also being able to do theater at night was like really really track and you know he was going to be a raise and You know it was it in my experience with money in a lot of money for me on the internet at at the time. But i just didn't feel like i wanted to keep doing that and i i was like i think i'd rather go back to waiting tables and see if i can move off of soap operas because there were a lot of people that i knew who were on that show who had been on the show really really long time and you know you you use yukon. Go and you you know you. You're on there for a few years and then you buy the house. And then that's you know what i mean so i quit and i was sitting there for two weeks growing on my home. I made the right decision and then about two weeks later. I got the audition for diner. I think that was the point after diner her I didn't go back to waiting tables. And but i would i would add. I would add. That died are didn't blow things open for me diner while people people don't really remember this was a critical success for sure has championed by pauline kale. Few other critics but the indian didn't want to release and Was not the movie that they'd set out to make. They really wanted to make something a little as much more animal house. And you know it was. It didn't do a lot of business. So i didn't feel a big no shift really after that movie and just just to again refresh. If anybody's listening who you know wants to think back or go go revisited. Or whatever fenwick is again. It's like a group of it is a it's in some ways are real relative of animal house of this group of young guys in this case i think the real Revelation i guess in a way you know. I was just rewatching clip this this morning. About how you guys sitting around there but the roast beef sandwich and all that and it. And it's what. I i guess it sort of spurred it was this whole multiple generations since then of people that you know. You almost don't know if they're improvising or stick to the script just talking about kind of seemingly a name stuff was that berries. That was barry levinson's primary goal here. Are you saying that. It's the original mumble. Core could be well. Listen i can tell you exactly Barry came to it from writing and a great is the first movie in his. He's a great great writer and berry put us in a room and as we were doing our kind of rehearsals and said you want you guys just wrecked bnl Start making it up. And i've had really not done almost no improvising and i don't think but to this day i don't really think of myself as much of an improviser so i was kind of a panic mode and i i could feel that pretty much all the guys were really good at it. You know Riser for instance. He had no part in all of a sudden has part was bigger than because he was so funny and he was so good at it. You know. And and danny was great. I mean and tim ever been. Everyone was really really good at good at doing that. And darry you know loved it loved it loved it saw naked. I remember thinking to myself. Okay i'm gonna make a choice and the choices that i'm the guy who doesn't have something clever to say that just reacts and and you know it was it were i think i think it worked out for that but but it was almost. It was almost necessity rather than choice. Let's put it that way interesting. Well so as we move along. I mean obviously it seems like we're gonna keep above it but i think that You know the next one is obviously one that it seems like. You've always had a bit of a conflicted relationship with and that is footloose herbert. Ross your again now. First time i guess your front and center you are kid who likes dancing winds up in the town where there's no dancing and i think that i guess i wonder how you first heard about it and then people should know. It sounds like there were some. There were some hoops here. I was reading. This was like don steals. I guess project as a top executive at paramount and cheap cheap had some reservations. Now she didn't want me. I mean that's the that's the bottom line. I mean her boss and dan melnick who was a legendary producer. That was working with her I it was i. It was a cattle call with A whole budget actors were in the same kind of age ranges as me. It was a dance audition. And i guess maybe there was a reading but it was was like i i had never. I didn't really get my head around the fact that it was a dancing movie. You know growing up in philadelphia. I love to dance. i will go out the dance. A mean altered the studio fifty four years. I was going to fifty four. And you know. I mean i danced by myself at fifty four. All our you know loved it. I was was on the train dancer into i. You know the thing. I had a couple of enacting school. You know and had some dancing dance classes. But i was definitely didn't know anything about it but but they had this dance audition to see if you could maybe moving and to their credit. I think they were more interested in In the acting and they went to dawn. I guess said this is the guy we want. And and dawn. Davis said you're not going to cast him because he's just not couple and you know which was us on that that's what happens. You know you you know you never know why you get something you don't but dan and and herb said okay. We're gonna pay for a screen test so they paid for a screen test for me. Which was an. we're not talking about a little iphone. This is a full on thirty five. Millimeter screen was full through. And and the whole thing and They cut it together. I recently not recently in the last minute ten years ago or something. They found the archive. And so i saw it was it was tach to like a dvd extra And it was a lot of the scenes from the movie of they had hired some some actors. I guess are said maybe the other actors were maybe kind of up for the parts or something. I'm not sure but but you know it was off book and then we did this thing where i put on a bunch of outfits and They were thinking about and they had my haircut and they did the hair the whole thing and then they They they cut the these wardrobe test to music. And i don't know just had a bye. Okay great you can hire and in the in the doing of that. Would you ever imagine that this would be as big as it was that it would follow you whether you like it or not for the rest of your life. No no no. I never would i never. Would you know it was For one thing it wasn't me people think of as a musical but really it's not a musical because there's great pop songs in it but they're not sung and they're not they're not there..

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Latisha played by journey. Molet and his uncle played by courtney vance to embark on a road trip across nineteen fifties. Jim crow america in search of his missing father played by michael kenneth williams for your emmy consideration for outstanding drama series and all other categories all episodes now streaming on. Hbo max pat piper. Wanted to thank you for tuning into the three hundred ninety. First episode of awards chatter the hollywood reporter awards. Podcast i'm the host gothenburg and my guest. Today is one of the greatest character actors in hollywood history. Indeed over the course of his forty three years in the business he has given so many memorable performances in so many memorable projects alongside so many memorable people that a game was created wherein players are asked to choose one actor and then connect him or her to another actor via a film that both appeared in together repeating this process for as long as necessary to try to find the shortest path back to him based on the theory that anyone can be connected back to him with interest a half dozen moves or six degrees he has criminally overlooked when it comes to awards he's widely regarded as one of the greatest actors who has never received an oscar nomination but he has become so iconic in his own time that he was even named checked in a giant blockbuster that he was not a part of marvel's guardians of the you know him from among many other projects national lampoon's animal house friday the thirteenth diner. Footloose tremors the river. Wild in the first the woodsmen and five films which have received best picture oscar nominations. Jfk a few good men apollo thirteen mystic river and frost. Nixon plus acclaimed tv series. Such as fox's the following amazon's. I love dick and most recently showtime's city on a hill which was just renewed for a third season and as the husband for the last thirty. Three years of the actress keira sedgwick. I'm talking of course about kevin bacon over the course of our conversation. The sixty two year. Old and i discussed what he learned from early. Foams like animal house and diner. How footloose made him. A giant movie star and why. That didn't last. What happened seven years. After footloose that resulted in career. Rebirth and renaissance. What years later ultimately led him to reconsider his views about television and ultimately led him to city on a hill plus much more and so without further ado. Let's.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I didn't feel a big no shift really after that movie and just just to again refresh. If anybody's listening who you know wants to think back or go go revisited. Or whatever fenwick is again. It's like a group of it is a it's in. Some ways are real of animal house of this group of young guys in this case. I think the real Revelation i guess in a way you know. I was just rewatching clip this this morning. About how you guys sitting around there but the roast beef sandwich and all that and it. And it's what. I i guess it sort of spurred it was this whole multiple generations since then of people that you know. You almost don't know if they're improvising or stick to the script just talking about kind of seemingly a name stuff was that berries. That was barry levinson's primary goal here. Are you saying that. It's the original mumble. Core could be well. Listen i can tell you exactly Barry came to it from writing and a great is the first movie in his. He's a great great writer and berry put us in a room and as we were doing our kind of rehearsals and said you want you guys just wrecked bnl Start making it up. And i've had really not done almost no improvising and i don't think but to this day i don't really think of myself as much of an improviser so i was kind of a panic mode and i i could feel that pretty much all the guys were really good at it. You know Riser for instance. He had no part in all of a sudden bigger because he was so funny and he was so good at it. You know and and danny was great. I mean and tim ever been. Everyone was really really good at good at doing that. And darry you know loved it loved it loved it saw naked. I remember thinking to myself. Okay i'm gonna make a choice and the choices that i'm the guy who doesn't have something clever to say that just reacts and and you know it was it were i think i think it worked out for that but but it was almost. It was almost necessity rather than choice. Let's put it that way interesting. Well so as we move along. I mean obviously it seems like we're gonna.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Latisha played by journey. Molet and his uncle played by courtney vance to embark on a road trip across nineteen fifties. Jim crow america in search of his missing father played by michael kenneth williams for your emmy consideration for outstanding drama series and all other categories all episodes now streaming on. Hbo max pat piper. Wanted to thank you for tuning into the three hundred ninety. First episode of awards chatter the hollywood reporter awards. Podcast i'm the host gothenburg and my guest. Today is one of the greatest character actors in hollywood history. Indeed over the course of his forty three years in the business he has given so many memorable performances in so many memorable projects alongside so many memorable people that a game was created wherein players are asked to choose one actor and then connect him or her to another actor via a film that both appeared in together repeating this process for as long as necessary to try to find the shortest path back to him based on the theory that anyone can be connected back to him with interest a half dozen moves or six degrees he has criminally overlooked when it comes to awards he's widely regarded as one of the greatest actors who has never received an oscar nomination but he has become so iconic in his own time that he was even named checked in a giant blockbuster that he was not a part of marvel's guardians of the you know him from among many other projects national lampoon's animal house friday the thirteenth diner. Footloose tremors the river. Wild in the first the woodsmen and five films which have received best picture oscar nominations. Jfk a few good men apollo thirteen mystic river and frost. Nixon plus acclaimed tv series. Such as fox's the following amazon's. I love dick and most recently showtime's city on a hill which was just renewed for a third season and as the husband for the last thirty. Three years of the actress keira sedgwick. I'm talking of course about kevin bacon over the course of our conversation. The sixty two year. Old and i discussed what he learned from early. Foams like animal house and diner. How footloose made him. A giant movie star and why. That didn't last. What happened seven years. After footloose that resulted in career. Rebirth and renaissance. What years later ultimately led him to reconsider his views about television and ultimately led him to city on a hill plus much more and so without further ado. Let's.

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Interview With Actor, Kevin Bacon

Awards Chatter

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Actor, Kevin Bacon

"Kevin thank you so much for joining us on the podcast. Great to have you on this one. We just always begin truly at the beginning. If you wouldn't mind sharing where were you born and raised in. What is your folks do for a living. I was born in philadelphia. Pennsylvania in nineteen. Sixty eight My dad was a city planner. He he worked for the city of philadelphia for a really long time. He was a just absolutely adored cities that that was what he kinda spent his life doing. He studied them. He wrote about them ended up Become the city planner in in philly and my mom was a nursery school teacher. She was my first teacher. She had started a nursery school up in a in housing project and In in chilean and i went to school with her i mean she was she was. She was my teacher and then She she ended up early childhood education. and yeah yeah she. She was devoted to two children into activism. She was real politically active.

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iPhone 12 Led Record Smartphone Shipments in Japan

Mac OS Ken

01:55 min | 1 year ago

iPhone 12 Led Record Smartphone Shipments in Japan

"Japan has got the fever for the flavor of five g. One analytics firm says that is thanks to iphone. Twelve apple insider report in the taiwanese site tech news. That report highlights new data from m research institute which i assume is chaired by kevin bacon according to the report on the report on the data. Thanks to apple's for five g. Iphone twelve models. Japan saw eleven million five g smartphones shipped and twenty twenty that is a four thousand percent increase from the two hundred sixty nine thousand five g smartphones shipped in two thousand nineteen the market share of five g. Smartphones is thirty three point six percent japan. Thanks to the dramatic adoption rate now. The surgeon five g phones actually pushed japan's smartphone market to a new record. Domestic smartphone shipments in japan increased by sixteen point nine percent year over year to thirty two point. Seven five seven million units according to apple insider that be twenty-seven teens record of thirty two point fifty eight million units in your face twenty-seven while the apple insider says twenty twenty the google translate version of the tech news story says the period of time covered was actually april of twenty twenty through march of twenty twenty one. While the five g iphone indications are impressive. It is worth noting the offset to timeframe if it covered calendar year twenty twenty. He'd be looking at eleven million five g smartphone. Sold with only about two and a half months of iphone twelve availability instead. You're looking at about five and a half months. Still impressive as i say though. Not quite as herculean.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Tracing The Path

Tracing The Path

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Tracing The Path

"Do tour ever increasing connectedness of humans. And then he posited a question could any two individuals be connected through it most five acquaintances in writing. That created a fascinating game of discussion. He suggested selecting anyone on earth and figuring out who. You could connect that person through personal acquaintances alone. This concept grew wildly through our popular culture and had academics all over trying to find ways to prove or disprove this theory of networks in nineteen ninety american playwright. John guar wrote a play that was turned into a movie. That play was called six degrees of separation. And even more popularized this idea. The play was turned into a movie. Starring stockard channing and will smith now in college at that time. Three students were holed up in their albright. College dorm room. Staying warm from the snow. Craig fast mike jelly and brian turtle. We're watching footloose when a commercial for quicksilver. The movie playing next came on both movies. Starred kevin bacon that sparked discussion. About how many movies. Kevin was in and how he probably knew everyone in hollywood or was only a few steps away from knowing everyone that led to the informal party discussion game. Six degrees of kevin bacon could any actor be connected to kevin bacon through other actors in six steps or less. That game took off around the university. Brian the guys even wrote jon stewart telling him about the game in god a guest appearance on his show and then another on howard stern and then another and soon the entire country was playing six degrees of kevin bacon. Google even created the page. Where you could plug in a celebrity's name to find out their bacon number. This idea of connectivity has now been tested by many but perhaps the most significant as that of facebook facebook had a six degrees app were looked at all the relationships between people and learned the average number of steps between two unrelated people is five point seven three with the most being twelve unfortunately more coney was not around to see the fruits of his prediction. That brings us back to our stories. Is there a way to connect all the stories together. Can the first one truly be only six steps away from.

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Tracing The Path

Tracing The Path

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Tracing The Path

"Then on july thirtieth nineteen despite many people citing the us's need for separation of church and state and others actually citing the star spangled banner as motto evidence. Congress passed legislation making in god. We trust the official motto of the us and the following year. The first paper money with the phrase was issued. If you're taking notes that first story was in the arts and literature category. It spanned the time frame of eighteen fourteen to nineteen fifty-six largely involved government. Can you find a connection to this next story which comes from the orange category of sports. Who won the nineteen. Seventy three world series. The answer is simple. It was the oakland days and their superstar reggie jackson. But that's the trivia not the story in fact buried in the trivia is the story of human resilience. Baseball has held the popular imagination since two rival on the scene whether it was babe ruth or satchel. Page tiptop read or crackerjack. Take me out to the ball. Game or the star spangled banner for most of america's history. Baseball has been the national pastime. That was no different in nineteen seventy-three a big year for baseball. That was the first year. The designated hitter rule was played in the american league. It was the year nolan. Ryan broke sandy. Koufax's record for the number of strikeouts in season. The kansas city royals moved to royals stadium and the yankees were purchased by george steinbrenner and it was the year. Pete rose and willie davis collected their two thousand hits but nothing captured. The attention of america like the mets that year the mets nineteen seventy. Two season was interrupted by the sudden death of their manager. Gil hodges making the nineteen seventy-three season the year to come back and play in the honor of gill and their manager. This year was none less than the famous catcher. Yogi berra but even so. Halfway through the season the mets found themselves in last place of their division without any heart about the game on july ninth before the game. The chairman of their board came down to talk to the team. The newspapers were calling for the firing of yogi berra and the team seemed hopeless..

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Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Returned Kyra Sedgwick’s Engagement Ring

Who? Weekly

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Returned Kyra Sedgwick’s Engagement Ring

"Kevin bacon returned kira sedgwick's engagement ring. Because she hated it. Can you guess the jokey lead the kevin bacon e jokey lead. I'll seven degrees of rang hating or this degree of. Let me tell you something. You're on the right planet. You're right there. you're hovering over the. Is it the right joke. It's the right joke continent. You're like hovering over the right continental joe. We're this many degrees from kevin bacon. But we know he'd return cures that what is it is. We're sorry. I thought it'd be easy. I know it's not easy but it is it. Is this call it. Six degrees of miscommunication. Oh happened to say

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"A lot of energy. Everything's hand-held running. Shoot over here yet. An interesting first season we saw that he kind of pushed the limits of everything. He does and even kind of compromise. His morals a little bit too and here is season. Two with kevin. Bacon on ryan hardy. Great we were here last year for you. Also thanks for shown up well after two after what ryan went through you kidding well you know. I don't think it's like a practical joke right i we get along. Great It's not set. Certainly not went on there where people are yelling and screaming and test off. I mean me occasionally but but nobody else Crew is incredible works very very hard and we were really quickly. I've never worked on. Anything works as quickly as it partly because of our director photography partly because of the nature of the cameras now not to get too technical and and and the way that we shoot it the whole thing handheld pretty much so for anywhere between fourteen to sometimes eighteen hours. The boys are holding these cameras on their shoulders. And we have the fluidity to kind of run and gun shoot. Grab things and and so. There's a real. There is an intensity to just because of the just just the energy certainly. I'm not one of those people that can go Listen You kill somebody or of stabbed you or or you know you. You're you're chasing about the died and turn off and hey whatever you know i can. I can do that to a certain extent. But i can't. I can't do it all the time. Sort of in that head space but That being said in our own way we do have a good time when the lights came on the on the on the room. Today i looked. And there's you know. Marcus got like fifteen seats. And there's people from the crew that on the day off on their long weekends we're off tomorrow actually came down to comecon to see like why i do that right because they dig it. They they they like. They like doing what they do. There is no job security here. You know Talk about if you wanted to. If you gotta show this got a lot of surprises. Kill me next year. And they not known see that yes sober. Teaching heart is doing better He's trying to move on move past. The death of clare trying to open himself up to family is involved with this His niece who is His brother is dead. was a fireman and his niece as a new york city cop and they have a are starting to kindle relationship which is kind of cool and interesting. Connie is someone that Is involved in the subway attack early on and i you know. Stick my nose in there again. Even though i'm not fbi. And i you know and they actually called me in to help with a little bit tilting. And i need her and i'm just like whoa okay And she is Dot dynamic Beautiful obviously and And you know in a in a way so different than me and and is that thing of being attracted to someone. That is really really different. She's speaks all these languages and she likes art. And you know all these things ryan said to him. I mean but that was funny kind of way similar to my relationship. Joe what about I mean i think another catalyst for him was the debt of agent parker. Absolutely i mean what how. How does that carry over into season. Two well i think that you know. Look here's the thing. Is that even before season. One began this guy and kevin williamson one. Line that to me early on maybe our first meeting he said this is a man whose life has been surrounded by death and i was like off to the races in terms of backstory. For stuff that you don't even see you know and and but eventually some of it made it into the into the season. There's more fi taught so stay. Tuned back on sci fi talk. I'm tony to letter. He believes that when people get close to him they die or they get hurt and so he's constantly constantly there and agent parkers a great example of that. You know on a personal note It's the nature of the beast. But it is. It's hard when people that you like and you work with your fond of and you're like their work happens all the time in show. It's well he's not a conventional hero for sure and And i think that we'll see you know. I mean the beginning of the season. He's definitely a lighter place. And and i can't imagine that it's going to stay there very long but i mean he pushed he really pushed it. I mean he did things that were very questionable. Because of the circumstances he went to a dark place. Yeah that's not going to change them. We go there again. Yeah so it's it's great. I mean i i you know. Show us fantastic actor and His character had a tremendous serve journey. Last year went from bright eyed bushy tailed. And you know sort of raw raw went down the rabbit hole and when you when you meet him this year i would say he's a little bit more in the place where ryan was last year. He's not but he's but he is certainly not doing great and And so like any other relationship. We get back together or see him again. Do we joined forces the we separate the all of these things will be kind of working out during the during the season. It's it's been great. You know i mean. I think that I i came to tell them at such amazing time for television. And i'm happy to be part of it. You know I still love movies. Just don't want wanna make movies and and the fifteen episodes seasons allows me to do that. I can i can get something else in but i'm such a consumer television now. And and i'm so happy to have the gate book i mean it's it's it's great and it's like i said you know the one of the best parts of sex just i'd love to act and just get to act so much. Just watch the just binge-watch broad church I like Or from black dot suitable luther Oh gosh you know. I mean all the killing you know. I'm sad that that's not coming back. You know everything. I mentioned that murdering later. Well let me just say that it is there. Is this kind of family theme. That's that's something that comes part of just kind of keep that in mind. What was it like to do. The phone calls with With joe that you know he would law you as good. Those are good some really good. It's good look part of the one of the great great parts about doing this thing was the opportunity to be working with james and just by nature of having split up. It's not too many times we were able to be together. There was one great scene in the middle of the year war paths crossed. Didn't get him you know. Hopefully we're gonna have a little bit more of that but the phone calls were great. I mean that's gotta.

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Kevin Bacon Gives Kyra Sedgwick Agonizing Bikini Wax

Daily Pop

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Kevin Bacon Gives Kyra Sedgwick Agonizing Bikini Wax

"Kyra sedgwick says that she finally found something that her husband kevin. Bacon is not good at it. and it's giving her mckinney wax. Watch this okay. I'm not saying it was a disaster but the fact that we did not have to go to the emergency room was an absolute miracle movements. Like i thought you knew how to do this. This user that you do the filter my god. That was from kimmel last night. Would you ever let you ran wax you. I mean. I feel like we're like in a new york. We're in a new phase even with him having to just i'm like is it still the same size like things still look normal down there because i haven't seen it in eight weeks like all i keep trying to bend over. It's not it's not saying. Hey so i thought that was the line. I could never imagine being like. Here's the wand. Here's the strip. Have a good. Like i trust my lay lake. The blade wouldn't lady parts. Thank you with him and wax. I just is there. No other way by the way i i don't know maybe this is discriminatory. Maybe i'm making myself a target for some backlash. But if i go to my waxing lady and it's a man. I asked for a woman so i just do myself. I'm a man. I don't trust myself down there. Furthermore there are a few things. I like to keep private in my relationship that my man will never see one of those amazon rain. Jungle down there. And i also would would always want a woman as well. I don't know. I just feel like she knows better what i want. No no

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Christina Anstead reveals new Maya Angelou-inspired back tattoo amid split from husband Ant: ‘Still I Rise’

Daily Pop

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Christina Anstead reveals new Maya Angelou-inspired back tattoo amid split from husband Ant: ‘Still I Rise’

"Hollywood is going through some drastic changes. You guys take a look at crecy. The fed's new inc. Her tattoo runs down her spine It's inspired by my angela. Maya angelou poem that says still i rise. Now clearly she's been through it This comes after her split. From and and said i love the look of this hat tattoo. I think it chic. I love the message. I think it goes good. I think it works with what she's going through right now. Oh there's not get hot photo. Yeah i i agree with you. I love the tattoo. I love the message. I love the background of it. I just always say when you're going through a life change especially break-up do not make a permanent decision until a year later but it is still i rise and we could you reference to anything in life. Are you gonna want arrived and this. This is this justice conservative side that he pretends he does not have he. He hates plastic surgery. He doesn't like that too. He loves to be extremely proper. I agree with justin. I joan. I really wanna be cooler than i am. I just ironically do not love tattoo and especially not on a woman. I just don't know why like. I don't like their cool. I you know. Everyone's you know free to express themselves. However they want to. She's obviously stunning. It looks great. She got a hop back. I just don't i don't know does nothing for me. I've never wanted to be like today's the day that like. I'm gonna inc myself up with something.

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Why The 'Kevin Bacon' Factor Is Key To Understanding How COVID Spread In Nursing Homes

Weekend Edition Saturday

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Why The 'Kevin Bacon' Factor Is Key To Understanding How COVID Spread In Nursing Homes

"In March, when the corona virus began racing through nursing homes. The federal government banned visitors. But Corona virus infections kept spreading. Professor Keith Chen tried to figure out why the people who we can infer work in this nursing home what other nursing homes do they work at Chen Study used anonymous cell phone data to help see the movements of people into and out of nursing homes. The data showed a lot of nursing home workers are like Martha working at more than one when you learned that over 20 of your workers are also spending time in other nursing homes, that should be a real red flag. Chen and his team found that on average, each nursing home is connected to seven other nursing homes. I also found the more shared workers. A nursing home had the more cove in 19 infections among the patients. Professor ELISA Long also worked on the study. There are some facilities In Florida in New Jersey, where they're sharing upwards of 50 to 100 workers again. This is over on 11 Week time period, but that's a huge number of individuals that are moving between these facilities. All of these are potential sources of coded transmission. The California Association of Health Facilities represents most nursing homes in the state. In response to the study, the group said they can't prevent workers like Martha Ta Pia from taking jobs elsewhere, and they can't pay them more because California doesn't pay them enough through Medicaid. But Mike Dark doesn't buy that argument. He's an attorney that works on nursing home reform. And he says the state already tried paying nursing homes more in 2006, that money tends to go into the pockets of the executives and the administrators who run these places. Instead, he says, regulators need to focus on the basics, especially in the roughly 100, California nursing homes with ongoing outbreaks. Right now there's poor access to peopie. There is still erratic. Compliance with things like hand washing requirements, and it's not just patients who are at risk. Nursing home workers like Martha Ta Pia are also contracting Cove in 19 in California alone. 152 of them have died since the pandemic began. For NPR News. I'm Jackie 40, a in Los

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Pantheon

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Pantheon

"kevin bacon" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on Pantheon

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Kevin Bacon Has a 'Six Degrees' Idea

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Kevin Bacon Has a 'Six Degrees' Idea

"Kevin bacon is promoting six degrees of separation during the corona virus outbreak the actor long associated with the game six degrees of Kevin bacon has released a video on Instagram calling for each of his one million followers to stay at home and to tag six friends to do the

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"kevin bacon" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"kevin bacon" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Buzz Aldrin Kevin bacon these are some of the most famous astronauts of all time well I think there's some confusion because Kevin bacon played an astronaut in a movie started Sandra bullock in a different movie yes and they're famous yeah okay I see what it meant let's just move on but today I'm joined by Lisa my girlfriend who is out of this world cool she's been in outer space well run we've been on one date one I mean it isn't really make as boyfriend and girlfriend yet Ron why are you shuffling your seat like that or use Gooding are you excited I'm not I have to pee I got excited nailed it okay Brian just okay okay thanks we can cut this hi Hey thank god thank you so much for doing this it's so amazing to me an actual astronaut thinks yeah it's it's awesome how's it going with Ryan he's so much better than Max all good here is an overture no no that's totally fine yeah he was like I almost killed them okay girls what were you guys talking about where you buy your wigs hi Ryan what we can say what about you just now you're talking about your ex what what up a sorry never mind okay Ron why you ask we saw one of your space questions sure yes good idea okay Lisa who shot the moon landing Stanley Kubrick or the director Mick G. now run that was frail the moon landing was real it's a common conspiracy theory Lisa I want to ask him three spot floating water in space is that a real phenomenon yes that's actually one of my favorite tidbits astronomers have found a mass of water vapour cloud which holds one hundred and forty trillion times the mass of water in the oceans it's about ten billion light years away sounds like how long it takes to Carolina to grab me a coffee bill if you'd like you yeah jokester well at least on a cheater why it the only thing I've ever cheated on is my diet sorry my sleep he was a cheater so I'm sorry it okay it's okay people have quite you don't ask for a friend okay let me just take a knee here for a second is let this moment pass I didn't anticipate that piece of Informaciones in I thank you know what do you actually have coffee here yeah okay yeah we do if you just leave the room and there's a pot things just make a right okay great thanks who one bit of a gut punch yeah okay ladies but Hey but other than that what do you think right she's great do you want to be your mommy and not what no she's not going to be my mom mommy if you guys day no I know but but if you could choose a new mommy would you wanted to be heard Lisa the astronaut that astronaut no this is a little dark maybe a little obsessed with her act no offense no no no I believe me tell me about a girlfriend but I just you know I tuned her out when she starts talking about him that's what I was doing there at least yeah for fresh hot coffee you know delicious so anymore space questions how was your experience up there you know when you when you went near your shiny rocket ship.

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Actor Kevin Bacon offers statement about death of Kevin Bacon from Swartz Creek

Last Podcast on the Left

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Actor Kevin Bacon offers statement about death of Kevin Bacon from Swartz Creek

"There is a big number one Kevin Bacon. Unfortunately that all the other Kevin Bacon have to get behind to the point that Kevin Bacon decided to make a statement on his own instagram. On behalf of all Kevin Bacon everywhere everywhere he he just showed his testicles he just these are the bacon make its but Kevin Making says for obvious reasons thing in this morning about the friends and family of this Young Person Kevin Bacon. His life was taken from much too soon. His Love was hairdressing. I bet he would have done a great job on this mess on my head head. Rip Kaby Oh Bacon do anything wrong. Say

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Kevin Bacon Was Offended by '6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon': I Thought 'They're Making Fun of Me' at First

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Kevin Bacon Was Offended by '6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon': I Thought 'They're Making Fun of Me' at First

"And actor Kevin bacon says he was initially offended by the game six degrees of Kevin bacon the challenge is to connect to another actor to Kevin bacon in six steps are less bacon says he thought people were actually in making fun of them he says I thought the joke was can you believe that such a light weight could be connected to people like Meryl Streep in six steps are last bacon says you little insecure back then but he's come to appreciate the game even naming his charity after it now I never played the game is your plate I can earn a couple times it's the knowing yeah it doesn't matter anything but it but it's amazing how he has all these times when you stop and think about it really yeah and you can really do it in six steps yeah any is kind of but he is a lightweight actor yes rules were you know with big stars that's true yeah but he's always a

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Plan D

Overnight Drive

06:59 min | 4 years ago

Plan D

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