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"tony shalhoub" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"You should call Jeff for poll questions in the morning Chris you have his number I, don't go to a barber shop. You know what I mean that's yeah. Okay access to a barbershop. On these conversations. A. Man. This is nice. Man. Oh You got to be consistent. What as your attorney on television be consistent stick with Kyle Murray Okay I'll stick with cuyler. Top three MVP TOP-THREE MVP I do Damn Act together. Thank you Jerry. Jeff who would you take? WHO See your. All Day long with this when I promise you I have and I'm just Luca just. Under the circumstances. That guy just showed you what he's made of when you can do it under the light like that. I just think you know when you're talking to another level is just you got it and it looks like he really does have it kind. He sure does thanks for the call throughout something last night which team regrets their move the most. Bears passing on Watson and Mahomes the Hawks Trading Luca or the white sox they traded tat tease when he was only seventeen years old they really or the red sox trading. We only want to world series with that. You see they slammed Diego again. Over the weekend, they've won seven in row. Data Jerry by taking victory laps. Oh, down at the six one nine. The latest to go yards right. Jay You where he went to school. I. Said that the Daniel Jeremiah Mr APP. State. Love in this Cronin worth. Kid, I got my fantasy team. Boy The pods Reagan honor. What a fun team and Team we can get behind these are good questions. That's a good question. Maybe do that tomorrow and we had. To the mix. Here's what any talk talking who, what do you mean? We need to add jeff in Detroit's the out stop. Motion with great ideas. Great do you remember we had Bryan Cranston? Can you pump me up a little bit pleased instead of trying to take down here? No, no no. Do you remember we had Brian Wow hold on a second come on. Do you remember we had Bryan Cranston on the show and we asked him about the the Seinfeld episode where He. Took the head of of nitrous. Yeah. Before putting it on Seinfeld and he said that that idea came from the lighting the lighting guy. that he that the lighting guy said, maybe you should take ahead of the nitrous before you put it on Seinfeld. And he said that the. Moral of that story is best idea wins. Twenty seven when he came on, promote the book. That's sitting there in front of Mike Del Tufo desk autographed. Yeah so many toys and it's right there. It is right. Thanks for popping up on a life and parts. Best idea wins. It's a good idea today but I, mean, you know I. Look the DELUCA. Could have thrown Lamar to. Face. I think TAT loses out just because people are talking about football and basketball little more than baseball right now maybe I, don't know tees is broken through the national mindset it he's just west coast. No. I. Think Baseball Nobody's rich baseball baseball's great whatever He. needs to do it more. Cower Murray Murray's a link in his second year cuyler. More people have watched on. Saturdays. For quite a bit better I think cuyler Murray heisman trophy winner and could play baseball certainly has more name recognition Fernando Totti's junior because the NFL is does I know I know feel like talking about the same things over? And we had shock on earlier and again it's eight, twenty four, which is Kobe Bryant. Day and tonight, the Lakers are GonNa be remembering their. Fallen icon by wearing black Bomba shirts and. Jerseys and there you see it and the number two is for Jonah. Who is we all know Paris with her dad And we asked Jack about his memories and he said that what he thought of. Was An instagram photo that he asked for us to track down that somebody made. Put out a photograph of what shack would look like when he's sixty and what Kobe would have looked like when he was sixty and. These would be memories that he. Would love to have at shift refresh. Good stuff. That these are moments. that. He would have looked forward to and that he would have deserved Kobe in heat to half together talking about grandkids and talking about life. Man That is a moving photograph. As we remember Kobe Bryant tonight on a big game for the. Lakers and the blazers. On and obviously this family send only are. Wonderful. Best wishes to. Still can't. Believe it. Same still cannot believe it. I. WanNa. Thank today's guests I want to thank Shaquille O'Neal for joining our program Bill. Belichick called into the rich Eisen show. That happened. That was great. Loved it. I want to thank David Shaw I WANNA. Thank Tony. Shillue. That was a lot of fun and I also want to thank George Kill for calling into the show. we are just getting started here on the rich Eisen show on tomorrow's program Minka Fitzpatrick of the Pittsburgh steelers bubble Wallace Jeff Foxworthy. Will Join US also later on this week Jonathan Taylor. The rookie from Wisconsin now with. The Indianapolis Colts. Kenny. Smith. Joe. Manganiello who we love we'll talk steelers with him. Mark Stein Emmanuel Sanders Danny Devito is going to be on this program. I saw the one and only Ivan speaking of Bryan Cranston on him. That's Disney plus it's a fun movie and Courtney Vance will also join us. So I WANNA just say to everybody at NBC sports who believed in the show. to call out John Miller and Michael. CAINE. And Sam Flood and Molly Solomon People Vodka and the rest of the crew there. It's very dangerous when you start listing executives names, you leave anybody out I want to thank everybody for being fans of this show and bring. It's to peacock. We'll see on NBC. On, Tuesday. Well. Here we are on.
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"You know crying in their beer when when far laugh tonight I. Really, did wonders for the for the team for the town. But but you know there was that moment where it was really time it was his time to move on. And And so everybody was kind of like, Oh my God before we they really knew what Rogers you know had under the hood and But I was I was a fan from the get go and He's own. Kids. You know just kind of. Never. He never ceases to amaze. I really. Feel like I really feel like. You know he's got some really good years coming. And and somehow he always manages to overcome whatever injury whatever criticism whatever's going on you know with the overall team or with the overall league. He just Kinda keeps. Rising above it and. And I just have a lot of a lot of confidence in the Guy Tony Shalhoub here on the rich Eisen show and Tony I obviously it without saying you've been in some great TV and certainly movies in your career You know Monaco monk, which monk which is available on on peacock here with all eight seasons and I do believe that's what you were on to promote an NFL network back in the day and now marvelous ask Mrs Mazel three seasons. So far the is research shows received fifty four nominations in sixteen wins. You are nominated again in the category in which you want your outstanding in this as is the rest of the cast and crew. What did it? What was it like when you receive the first script? Did you see it sense? It that this was something potentially that Special Tony Well, you know I really did love that pilot script and that's all we got to go on because we had to do the pilot wasn't one of those situations where you know it was. Picked up for a whole season which I believe. Netflix often does PA- for Amazon. You had to do a pilot and you know say it's just sort of trotted out there and then wait and get the decision to be made. Picked picked up the pilot script. Really. Really struck me the my character of aid of the father. A belief character has you know there wasn't there wasn't a lot of aid in the pilot or you know few kind of Nice scenes but it was There wasn't is a little difficult to kind of get a beat on where where this was going to go and how it was going to talk overall story. But I loved the writing so much and I I. was been a rate in a mire of amy, Sherman Palladino and Garage Dan Palladino, the writers, creators and I had a conversation with them you know before signing on. To just to get an idea of. You know what was in store for this character and they assured me that it was going to be really well rounded. Like all the characters were. And that we we're going to service these care, all of these characters well in that You know it was it was they had big plans. They weren't GonNa they weren't GonNa, show all their cards but they. They assured me that it was It was going to be significant and Turned out to be more than I even expected. And it's it's just wonderful. Just a a terrific. You know representation of the time there's you know a character of Lenny Bruce. So there's some real life names being thrown in there and you kind of wonder what could be real and what's not and then just again. A Jewish kid from New York City. So a lot of your. Rings true to me. I'm wondering again, you know actually the question, the David Shaw, the coach of Stanford is a big Fan of yours. Wanted me to ask you. Yes, indeed. He just because he loves monk and he loves Mrs Mazel He wants to know if there's any. You'd think he'd let me try out for the team. Just like you know what Tony I think-i would be academically eligible it sounds like. You are. attacked. Good. I appreciate you calling in but I don't want to you know dashing hopes or dreams. Relate. He wants to know is there a through line between those characters? Any similarity of of Abe? Weisman monk. At all what do you think through line? I don't know I, don't really see them as as kind of. Being parallel okay. Characters, I approach them differently possibly the creators the writers see some parallels and they try to exploit that but. I try to. I try to keep my. You know when I'm when I'm when I'm working on a when I'm when I'm? Doing those scenes I'm I- monk is pretty far away from my my thought to mean, okay and you have to remember when we finish among people still watch monk I I suppose reruns and fourth. But you know we. We wrap that show up eleven years ago so. Yeah, it's it's been a long time. So is there is there either one that's closest to you? Is there a little piece you which one? Which one are you more like? Real World Tony You Know I. Think you know. As a was A. Math Professor at Columbia does that that right there? That's that puts. An enormous. Amount. Math was not my stroke. But But I guess I guess I there is a lot of because I'm the father of two daughters around the age of they don't know. Mazel you know. There is something there to for me to draw from but I guess I guess you could say you know monk. Among. I became monk and Mike became me I think you could. Safely. And again the the way that you play the father just to bring up I don't WanNA spoil too much if there's not any anybody who has yet to to to start down this path and if they haven't I'm jealous that everything's going to be new to them but the moment where your character Abe does go to see. midge performed. Well. He's out of places not expecting to see her but you Karagwe blocks out on stage right to that that you go and you see her for the first time and she sees you and you know neither of you expected it. Is Really I. I kinda got emotional about it. You know. because. You. Know father normally would be proud of anything daughter does and vice in a daughter wants to make you know her dad. Happy with what she does and you know we're all hoping that that all does wind up in that spot eventually. But for that to happen that way, it was really moving in you. You've played it. So perfectly, it was so great. I just wanted to thank you. You know I that that's really kind of tribute to help brilliantly Rachel, Brosnahan who plays Mitch so How how? To handle the playing of seeing it, I told this to her to after that day of filming. I think you know acting students for years to come will study that per-performance in that scene because it's so complicated. It's so sort of tricky and complex she's playing. Clean three or four five different things at once. And and I just it was it was fascinating to be to be with her first of all. You know as character discovering this whole thing he had no idea about. His daughter was doing. But just for one actor watching another actor. boy that was I didn't I didn't really have to do much 'cause it was it was mesmerizing and. Can Riveting. In a way that he, you know you don't often experience. Well Tony it's great I I truly love the show. And I, you know I'm a huge fan of it and yours and as the packer fans you know it's difficult to defend the title of Good Luck with that with with. With. The outstanding supporting actor in a comedy series Emmy deserved last years and I wish you nothing but more success in and congrats on being part of something special like this show. Well, much appreciate. You Bet let's let's do this more often. Let's let's check lease this John Deere see at Lambeau snacks. You got it. We'll do that. Thanks for the call you got Tony Shalhoub. The Emmy Award winning actor Amazon Prime. Video is the Marvelous Mrs Mazel and because we're beginning to.
The Amazon Haul
"Okay, don't shoot the Messenger on this one. Has just come out with Turkey dinner candy corn. So it's slipped candy corn, the normal candy corn that we know. It's a mixed bag with six different flavors. So the flavors are Turkey Green Bean, stuffing cranberry, sauce, ginger, glazed carrots, and sweet potato pie. They've been spotted at walgreens and as weird as they sound try them. All right. Well, Brock's is like the candy my grandmother used to eat. So I'm used to that company they I think they're kind of like biting into a Jones Soda did with their remember they made those specialty they probably still do they make their thanksgiving. Soda. This sounds weird. I do WANNA try every single one of these flavors I know they're all going to be disgusting. Well, I would totally try them me too I. Think the cranberry sauce, the ginger glazed carrots, and the sweet potato pie could be Yummy Greens and stuffing green beans candy corn the wonder if they're going to be sweet, we'll have to we have to get our hands on a bag of maybe say something nice about them. They'll send them to. We Love Brock's and did that in the breaking rocks. If we If we have like a bunch of the green beans does that count as a vegetable? Absolutely, and carrots. Kinda like Jelly belly does this to with like they have like buttered popcorn they have some savory on flavors. So weird but a good novelty thing to bring to someone's house and try. E for effort. Okay. So it looks like Uber is getting into the grocery delivery service business. It's already started in a few cities and should be rolling out throughout the rest of the country in a few months and it's available through your Uber App sued us open up the APP and the groceries available. You can order groceries through Uber I. Love that because Insta- card has become my life and I, love grocery delivery more than anything and I will try Uber Uber User. So I've tried Uber eats and that's great. The more people that want to bring me groceries without having me leave the house. The better told her wonderful lift is gonNA. Follow. Suit. Probably. Probably I cannot wait honestly do you guys use the grocery delivery services exclusively? Yeah. Amazon fresh and INSTA- cart like three or four times a week. Amazing and I've been ordering for my mom too which is a whole other story that I will probably get into later. Okay. We should get I think I actually had this idea. I want to start sending certain things to my mom with her INSTA- card orders and having her review them on the podcast I. Think it would be funny. The best thing I've ever heard. MAZING. All right. We might do that flew choose. All right. We're about to jump in to these products that have been delivered. Some of them seem weird. There's only one product I think out of all of these products that actually or maybe two that I've heard of that look familiar and I've only tried one so I cannot wait this first product is something that is totally new to me. I've heard of p being me but this is pbs me powder chocolate hazelnut spread. So I was envisioning it to be a little bit like powdered new tele kind of right like a powdered peanut butter and you tell, yeah, it's. Exactly. It's like powder peanut butter, but it's powdered hazelnut instead and then it's yeah. Two tablespoons, fifty calories to grams of fat. So the stats are amazing. Four grams of protein. I. Don't know Jimmy, you probably know this mark. It's one smart point. Amazing. Okay. So I have mixed it up with some waterman about to try it. It looks like new Tele Ish. Okay. I'm not a hazelnut fan and I really like that It's nutty. It's I've tried like almond powdered almond butter and I did not like it at all. The Hazelnut is better I have to say, I made a second version and I added cocoa. Like amp up the chocolate flavor I was gonNA, say. Yours. Looks so dark. It's really good. I added like, did you add Dr Cocoa I added my. Gear Deli Coco, which I think is dark, but it's like majestic and then I added a little more sweetener to it because I really wanted to amp it up and it's great. I'm just going to sit here and eat the whole bowl. This looks like Mustang. The consistency of years now it's Yummy wally is sitting here like dying to I. Not Allowed. I like a lot. I'm GonNa put it on Yogurt. It's really good. It's like if you like hazelnut, this would be a great dip like you could even add chocolate little mini chocolate chips to it, and and like dip little cookies in it. I'm impressed with it. You could make a dip like we sometimes do with Like light whipped topping stirred into a tub. I think if you're a hazelnut fan, you will love this. Do you think it tastes like New Tyler? I don't have like a strong. Taste memory of new tele. I think because I'm not really a huge fan. I think you tell is really way more wretched. A A. Watered down version of new tele when you add the cocoa to it, yeah. No Pun intended with water down when you add the cocoa to it, it definitely helps and you only need a tiny bit of water. So just to remind people with this is it's like a powder and then you add a little water and you mix it up and it becomes the texture of. Peanut butter spread Gu I. Bet it would be good and smoothies to great. It would be great. Cool. The next item we have is also it's yet another nut butter powder but this is a more traditional peanut butter powder by La Canto and Jamie you know more than I do but Canto they make a lot of the they're like a monk fruit sweetener company that makes A ton of different sweetener options that are really good I think. Yeah and monk fruit. If anybody doesn't know it's like the new Stevia. It's like a natural zero calorie or low calorie sweetener and made by Tony, Shalhoub, character monk. Mike he had a safe. He just no, but it's okay. You can make all the peanut butter jokes you want my. You have a free pass you're allowed. So this is just do they usually make products. Are they mostly sweetener based the things that I'm familiar with are mostly sweetener based they might have some other. We'll have to look. Okay. So we'll look we'll look at that Lepanto. They're a trusted company I. Love the fact that this is like a pouch of powdered peanut butter. The stats are very good. It's like some powder peanut butter. The stats are a little higher I don't know why or how that would be because basically, they're just the same thing but fifty calories, two tablespoons and it has monk fruit. So it's not gonNA be unsweetened like some of the powder peanut butters right but no sugar added
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And you know they took good care of me and didn't let me. Jump off the Brooklyn Bridge. and. I'm so glad I did it because it it it was. Terrifying In you know I, it was it was humbling. To turn. Great. Well, and just kind of interesting. No. The about among other things is that I can't think of anything anyone any character more different from let's say monk this is a guy who is the stiffest most kind of no business right I mean he's Still. Was that itself challenging for a guy who's who's done a lot of more theatrical stuff. It was actually it was and I really credit a David Cromer, the director Who? Really has had to sit on me and and kind of because my impulse is to come up with clever schtick and see if I can get a laugh here. And? Ingratiate myself to the audience and all that good stuff and. And David was really. Really firm and and very articulate to about how you know this this guy and this this material. Just just didn't warrant that and it didn't. It didn't. It didn't require it because it had to do with. Spoke for itself and It was all it was really all about the. Stillness of this guy in the fact that he is quite shut down and. Shut off from his own. From prone zone emotions because he's he's been through so much pain and these. Cars. So it really was a matter of restraining. Exercising enormous restraint. Not to go over those laughs. Well, the timing also is just kind of interesting because I believe it was. Almost, in-between the transition from off Broadway where it was a phenomenon Broadway where it was a phenomenon that. We had our two thousand, sixteen presidential election which in a way I wonder if you think change the the viewer experience of of seeing this production. Absolutely. We were actually that election night was we were in tech for for the off Broadway. Run of that, we were down at the Atlantic theater on Twentieth Street and. These tech days are as this many know are incredibly long. You know you're just doing. Cute you'll lights and southbound and in their grueling days because They there there so long and. A musical like this you offer it would normally take two or three days and and so After. The after we were released, we all went to this club pub around the corner to get some food and watch the results and why it was. It was devastating and. The next day when we came in to do the play. I think it was the first dress rehearsal or the first preview. It was all of a sudden felt like a different play and. Because of what was out there and I think although I have to say I've. Talked to other friends and colleagues who were in place other plays at that time and I think everybody felt that way. It was such a seismic. Shift but in some ways doing play especially are played the band's visit was there was some kind of catharsis to at all to. It brought us all together and. It really good. Warm Way. Yeah. Well I believe it's in the middle of the. Again in the middle of the run of doing one incarnation or the other of the band's visit that you first hear about the script called the Marvelous Mrs Mazel which or the pilot script and I guess I wonder what your initial reaction was and correct me if I have this part. Wrong. But I mean, you're bit I believe. Your family would be of Arab descent you were raised Christian, and now you're being asked to play the patriarch of a Jewish family from nineteen fifties New York in a pilot where the guy doesn't even have that much. Going on. So what what did you? What did you respond to? Obviously, he later does much going on. But what was the initial thing that made you say this is worth being part of. Well, again, a great period for me I love the fifties s to forty s I. Love that I think. You're right. The part of Abe in the pilot is pretty small. It's pretty contained but I responded really to the to the tone to the writing. The rhythm of it, the the intelligence of it, and also the fact that this may the main character midge. was around the age that my I have two daughters so. She's kind of reading between their ages and I kind of. Keyed into that that relationship there. But it's certainly not the first time that I played. Jewish character. and. Three and act one but. Pardons fake and Barnevik man who? Wasn't there. So. So these elements were really were were. Stood out for me. And then I got got got a phone conversation with amy. Sherman Bells and Dan Palladino. I had not met them before, but obviously was van of their work and I just I said look I just like to know what's the What is what do you see for Abe moving forward? Obviously, there's only so much story you can tell in a pilot and it's not the lead part. So you got to take care of that story. In. Their short me that in all of these characters were. Going to be served very very well over time and they gave me an inkling of where this was going to go and I think I really responded to. I trusted that assurance and also like the fact that. It's about. Family and it's about it's about show business. There's a that's a great arena for me and shooting in New York right. And I just moved to New York and IT WAS NEW YORK My God how much better and? It's one of those things that you don't comes along and. You just feel like well. GotTa go. Very lucky again. So. You know last few minutes here I just got to ask you about how was that for a while there you're juggling both the band's visit and Mazel for quite a while. How did you make that work and we should also just really quickly I want note that in the end there were tonys for best musical for the band's visit for Katrina Lenk who also we should say appears in Mazel as the dollar..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Artist it's a movie about the horrors and pains that come from the self centeredness of wanting to be exactly. Yeah that's how sick I am. Ah where did you where did you first see it. Did you first see it on TV. Yeah I I grew up in Green Bay Wisconsin. Has I think it was in high school when I first saw it and I just remember being so struck by it in those performances and and just the whole message behind it the whole idea about it behind. You don't in a sense you know that that's always always. That's always a dilemma of the creative person. I think it's It's it's what big night was about. And you know that sort of balancing act that you have to that you have to deal with between art and commerce. It's that's One can rarely exist without the other and It's a it's a ongoing challenge. I mean not even just art and commerce but also the the solipsism and and self regard that's required to think. Oh I could make things and that could be my whole life. You now the amount that you have to dedicate yourself to being artists to be an artist you know and the kind of presumptive of that and the tension that that creates with your responsibilities to others to your community to and that's I think why I whenever I watch Komo clouds. I cry like forever but I think it's it's it's even beyond that because what you're talking about is it implies a A choice a decision kind of an intellectual decision and in for my my experience you know the reality is this is that that's certainly that's there. But you know the part part of the thing about creativity and the pursuit of Art Is You know. There's a compulsion there too. You know people can't help it. They have to do it. They I mean real the the really great people the good people Maybe not so good people who just have to compulsion. I'm not sure but there's a thing where it's it's it's less of a less of intellectual decision is just. I need to do something I I need to create this. I need to do it. And and that's their you're screwed because then you then you can't stop whenever you do. Stop then you're just setting yourself up for life of other different kinds of torture. Well Tony we're out of time. I didn't even add nine brothers and sisters. I didn't even mention it this whole time. I've just gotten started normally. That would have been the whole hour. I'm very grateful to you for taking all this time to be on Bullseye Thank you so much for coming by thank you Tony Shalhoub from last year all three seasons of the Marvelous Mrs Mazel are streaming on Amazon prime. Right now this probably goes without saying but pretty much. All of the movies we talked about in. This interview are great Quick Change Classic a thousand clowns better than classic big night exceptional. Watch them the mall if you haven't seen them already. That's the end of another episode of Bulls Eye Bulls is produced maximum fund dot Org World Headquarters Overlooking MacArthur Arthur Park in beautiful Los Angeles California where the birds have discovered the barge the raft. The kind of floats around the lake. I think it was once a vote landing. Anyway they've covered it in what birds cover things in the show is. Produced by speaking into microphones producer. Is Kevin Ferguson Bergerson. Hey Soussan Barosio is our associate producer. We get help from Casey O'Brien and his giant electric piano our production fellows Jordan cowling and Melissa. I said Dwayne yes are interstitial. Music is by Dan. Wally also known as Dj w our theme song is by the go team thanks to them and their label Memphis Industries for letting US use set and one last thing we have done many interviews in our shows nearly two decades starting with the time that my friend Jordan went to Dick Tale Dot net on the web and called the King of the Surf Guitar at his trailer in the desert. All of those interviews are available on our website at maximum fund. Dot Org if you're a big fan of the Marvelous Mrs Mazel we talked with Amy Sherman. Palladino the show's creator. We're on facebook twitter and Youtube. Just search for Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn you can keep up with the show there and I think that's about it just remember. Albright Radios have a signature sign off Bullseye. With Jesse Thorn is a production of maximum refund dot Org and is distributed by N._p._R...
Talk Show Host Richard Bey Reflects on His Early Days
"Without further ado. I bring to you Richard Richard. Thanks for coming on the show today well. It's my pleasure to be here and thank thank you for the invitation so Richard. Your New York guy and I have to say because my girlfriend is Jewish and and I know that growing up your dad was Jewish Mama's Irish Irish Catholic What kind of dynamic was that growing up for you. Is it difficult because I know religion does play a huge factor and families and so forth and it wasn't in difficult. It was to some degree. It was a good thing you grew up with the kind of schizophrenia half the family telling Ling me that I was going to burn for eternity in hell and the other half of the family telling me that I was part of God's chosen people and when my mother they're married my father and interracial marriage like this was a pretty big deal and her family really opposed they sent the priest to my mother to tell her that there was a boy in the parish who was willing to marry her and he was Catholic and that she should marry him instead even though she didn't know him but he shouldn't marry this Jewish corporal one while and did your did your parents. They see how successful you've become in life where the around for that long to see how oh yeah they were around to see the ascent. Fortunately they weren't around to see the decline Oh. I don't think there's no there's no decline. You're doing other things. We're GONNA get to that yet. You're evolving like everyone else. I can say. I never knew yield drama school. Talk about talk about that part of your life Richard Well. I went to Yeah I was acting before war. I went to Yale drama school professionally but I started to realize it didn't know what the Hell I was doing. I was inequity. I was in Sag and I said if I'm going to do this for the rest of my life. Better you know learn some technique so I applied to juilliard. I applied to Yale. I got into Yale. I was in a class class with a bunch of talented people. It's a three year program so you're there for three years and while I was there I mean Meryl Streep was they. They are sigourney weaver was there Tony Shalhoub Mark Linn Baker and a bunch of other people who are just fabulously talented Allenton actors who you never heard of Wendy Wasserstein was a playwright. Ted Tally who wrote silence of the lambs was was a playwright right and it was just when I graduated I was hired by the Yale Repertory theatre to do a year of all different roles and wrap so that was a great send off as well so I was really there for four
Emmy Awards: Tony Shalhoub wins best supporting actor
"Emmy awards are under way and the first big award going to Tony salu for best Supporting Actor in a comedy series he told the crowd he hates when winners get an award and then give a list of names as he proceeded to take out his own Lewis it is it it it really it's really does it it it it takes a village so. okay I'm just just deal with it Phoebe Waller bridge is this year's Emmy winner for lead actress in a comedy series he says the achievement was no easy feat I find acting really hard. the seventy first primetime Emmy awards are being held at the Microsoft theater in downtown Los Angeles and heard on
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"On care for your cat. And I could tell it was a tough night for you too. I'm in show business. You're one of my heroes, but I'm not an approach or so I felt a little sheepish just sitting there witnessing the scene. But what I saw was a big deal. I struggle with the business I struggle with allusions mistakes honesty, and yet even booze and even aerated those struggles for me, giving them context and turn them into gold. I put you on a pedestal for that. If you don't have it all figured out, at least you've reached a level of self awareness at defines your ultra successful. Art. I also love to see you on the screen because identify with you just a matter of shared traits. There are lots of us. You are massive personality that night at the vet. I saw something different. I saw a man who cared about his pet. Someone expressing unconditional love I saw someone coping with the bullshit of medical forms and responsibilities. Waiting and waiting rooms. Just hoping your little buddy wasn't suffering. I think it's a beautiful thing. You were doing just totally human. And it helped me it helped me deal with the loss. We suffered last night when we knew that our little crickets short life was over. I want to say thank you for all that you do for carrying about your cat. And everyone else you've spoken to in that intimate space between our ears where your show is piped right in you made us all feel better. And that's all the more profound. Knowing your real God damn human being thanks man thousand times for being you Ivan. Well, I do my best buddy. And I'm sorry for your loss for for your new little friend. And and you know, I gotta tell you, man. This is Email really kind of I guess it. Sometimes it takes. It's weird. You know, you have an outsider view, and and just caught up in it. But you know, I think I'm feeling more more feelings for for what you go through actually. But. But it's good. It's it's good. Fuck. I don't know. Anyway, did I mention I've Tony shalhoub on the show today? Did I mention that? We're sponsored today by butcher box which delivers healthy one hundred percent grass-fed.
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Yearly that Schikler still some there that bone. There's a couple of scenes are Winkler's so funny talking about how much the class costs, and the fact that these to keep paying the full amount. Even when he's in that moment when he motivates the actors, it's really inspired and really well done he himself. So that he worked with couple of acting teachers drawn even his book when you see the book, and that's exactly acting teachers book the dust jacket looked like the title hit your lines hit your marks regionalized perfect. So what I'm what I'm not surprised by how funny they get that part of what I am surprised by is how dramatic it is. And when I say dark comedy, I'm talking dark comedy. I didn't think I thought he's a hitman once actor, and that's it. It's light and fun. No, it's door. There's Chechen mobsters in here. And these guys are hilarious offbeat. But it's a violent show, and it goes to some places I was not expecting. I mean internal. Thanks, Dan, Stanford is Bill hater, I I couldn't agree more especially after watching the show, but there seems of hater resting with guilt. I mean, a few episodes he directed himself. And it's got this odd tone to it that I think is really impressive and really bold. And I would just emphasize the fact it's a comedy, but there's death dramatic edges potentially the way the season ends. I said, wow, that's pretty gutsy. What they did with it season. Two coming out this spring. We know the exact time of it. But Winkler seduction of a copy, particularly very notable. In fact, he says it went to dinner if this isn't the finest piece of poetry of ever eaten. You only a kick in the genitals. I mean, he's unbelievable this show Passmore seen berry. Ricky your thoughts on the show. The I'm a huge fan of Bill Hader back from his SNL days. I think he's one of the top performers. They've ever had on that show. And when I heard about the show, obviously, I'm immediately drawn to and like you said, you think it's going to be one way where it's gonna be. A little more light because of how hater was perceived on on L. But no, it's extremely dark at times. It's extremely daunting. And I just love the direction that they took it and I can't wait for season two. Danny check out at any point Bill haters your guy. I love Bill Hader. It's one of those where it's been on my list for a while not that I actually have a physical list that'd be weird. But a lot of people have recommended haven't gotten to it probably won't. I think I'm too far gone. But I do love ater the other Charlotta tacos marvelous, MRs Mazel, the story of this show talk show. It's been a lot of lists. I mean critics choice award winning. I laugh at the sag awards the show dollar Rachel bras. Dan, when best actress Tony shalhoub and best actor, and they want best ensemble drama. So I said all right. My wife correctly pointed out my chauvinistic tendencies when it comes to TV shows sopranos breaking bad odds, Kirby enthusiasm seinfeld's, one show, the female protagonists that you often watch. I didn't wanna go all the way back to Murphy Brown bears myself. Although Ben lines is huge. Murphy Brown guy. Ben lies right now. You think wising on the podcast Sunday's? He's watching the reboot of Murphy Brown. That's how much loves Candice Bergen as child knew he wanted to get into journalism, and that's betters right now hunker down binge-watching Murphy, Brown, rip routers back. And it was that's probably the last show that I really enjoyed with a female protagonist. But I'm all in a marvelous MRs basil, here's a story in kiss. You're wanting what it's all about setting the late nineteen fifties. The husband of MRs Mazel wants to be stand up comic. So he's obviously terrible comic because you quickly realize stealing Bob hope's jokes and going out there and bombing particularly one that he has a terrible set, and it goes back, and he tells Rachel bras care to these leaving her eases needs a new direction his life. He didn't expect his life would go this way, and she leaves and he leaves the first three minutes of the show. I'm like, okay. I can appreciate whites critically doored spectacular production design. You know, great, costumes. Great music. It feels like madmen in many ways madman was sixties fifties. I guess it's overlapping, but around that era, very true spirit..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"All female set of nominees cinematography interesting. Rachel more simply Black Panthers. She did not get nominated for some taco, and she was nominated last year for I can't remember mudbound believe it was the Netflix film, which was fantastic half of the films nominated for best picture receive an effort rating on gender parody from grade my movie which base their scores and the percentage of women in the cast and crew a failing score means that fewer than twenty percent of the cast and crew are women of the films nominated for best picture only the favourite receiving a rating for gender parody me. That least fifty one percent. The film's cast and crew are women two other films with best actress nominee is receiving a rating as well. The wife starring Glenn Close in can you ever forgive me? Starring Melissa McCarthy's interesting to note, when it comes to the authors also related the Paul straighter was down different academy where I ever had a really funny article while the papers in which he said that it's it's an odd feeling because it's obviously, I'm grateful be nominee. But I don't need the validation the academy's tell me, I mean, it could move good movie. And he said in the case of Martin Scorsese, my good friend. He said Marty made it a priority from to finally Oscar like it really haunted him set him. And I told Marty one time if winning an Oscar is a priority than you need, some other priorities. Balls renter? Couldn't care less like whatever. Awesome. Glad I got nominated by make movies. That's an important city called the hawk Hawkins. Listen, you one anyways, you're disappointed. But who cares? This stuff. Really doesn't mean that much. So we still have more perspective like a guy like Paul Schrader. We'll have interviews on the creeks choice awards coming up in just a second. But first I want to type at a show called berry, which I'm sure many of you have heard Bill Hader and Henry Winkler, and it's excellent had a chance to dive into it. And it's eight episodes. They mentioned thirty episodes in length purpose for binge-watching. And here's a story. It is a hitman who is depressed and lonely and wants to find something different with his life. And so when he has an assignment for the mid west to go to Los Angeles, he ends up having an awakening of sorts. Here's the exact replica read here from HBO disillusion at the thought of taking down other Mark depressed, low level hitman berry Berkman seeks away out when the mid westerner reluctantly travels to Los Angeles to execute a hit on an actor who's betting mobster's wife little berry. No that the city of. Angels may be a sanctuary. He falls this target into acting class ends up instantly drawn the community eager hopefuls, especially dedicated student. Sally who becomes the object of his affection while Barry wants to start a new life as an actor his Hayler, Fuchs other ideas, and the hitman criminal pass won't let them walk away so easily. So I thought it would be a heavy dose of satirical, comedy, really making fun of acting and acting showcases and the fact that when they have seen study, they don't do like death of a salesman they do movies. So one of the best scenes should've lasted the sags hater was nominated for best actor didn't win loss to my guy. Tony shalhoub you'll hear from momentarily, but this show the be doing Glengarry Glen Ross, we isn't her stand the scenes he was just like put the coffee down Goth is for closers ideal. Exactly ball doing the scene and Winkler just is so brilliant in the movie the show, Scooby because he's sending always acting teachers if you've ever been that one acting class in your life at any level or just imagine with these guys are like he's dead on their their pompous. They're self indulgent their manipulative, the generally cheap and a lot of his acting. I think bears a great that had gratitude the berries accord, the immortal character played at arrested development, just his certain mannerisms and just as gentle personality also a little bit Carl weathers interested about member Carl weathers is always so cheap..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Stereotyped goes usually that there are character actors and starts a character actor can show up in a couple of scenes, maybe even five minutes, and in that one moment on screen may make the film. That's the kind of thing that my guest tone children can do. Well, a star. Of course, you build the whole movie around TV show their relatable, usually charming and kind of vulnerable, and my guest Tony shalhoub can do that too. He's a veteran of both the big and small screens. He's had unforgettable parts of movies like Barton Fink then in black quick change. He starred in movies like big night TV shows like wings. And of course, the hit detective series muck these days, he's a regular on the Amazon show. The marvelous MRs Mazel, it's a drama set in the late nineteen fifties. Rachel Brosnahan plays the title character midge Mazel when the series starts out midge is a housewife living in Manhattan who puts her. Old life behind her to take up stand up comedy. She splits with her husband takes her kids and moves back in with their parents. And in fits and starts her stand up career takes off my guest, Tony shalhoub plays a voice, man. Midges dad role. That's gotten Tony a handful of awards, including an EMMY nomination the show's second season just launched in it midge is still living with her family. Her mother rose has moved out of the apartment. She fled to Paris. And it I it hasn't really sunk in for Abe after all rose has a big party coming up back home. But in this scene, we're about to hear it finally dawns on him. Are you kidding me? Mama moved to parents what? Ridiculous. You hear? What you just said. What you just told me mama told you she was moving to parrot. I never said that. I don't feel like I have a life peer everyone in everything that I have ever counted on has let me down, and you said, okay. No. I should lamb was. Okay. And it was brief honestly couple who don't listen, not true. You don't listen to anyone not true? I don't feel like I have a lifestyle beating that. Sometimes I tune people out, but mostly because they rarely have anything useful or interesting to say Ansel what have crossed and drawers and her perfume is gone. Wishes things where they go and guessing Paris. What was she going to wear to the party tonight? You notice this you sleep right there live here too. You didn't notice either her husband or her closet way more than I am. Tony shalhoub. Welcome to bullseye. It's great to have you on the show. Thank you. Nice to be. I saw you wince at your character saying he doesn't listen to other people mostly because they don't have anything interesting to say. Sounds a little Larry Ghent, I suppose. I mean, one of the funny things about your character on this show is I think the show is not about your character. Your characters a secondary character Osho characterised show. Right. And in a lot of shows like this, especially funny ones, which shows very funny. It would be fine to let the protagonist have the journey, right? Like the protagonist gets to go on a journey. Everybody else has a funny thing about them that the audience recognized we support that protagonists, you know, archives. Oppose in your character is changed a lot in two seasons of the show. Yeah. It's a very it's rare for for series for a character in series television. Really? Because as you say normally, you're you know, you get hired. And then you're kind of you're somewhat limited to what you're being called on to to do. And we'll what purpose you serve in for actors that can be frustrating at times because you you're the guy that does this or you're the sort of stupid guy, or you're the, you know, the Larry or whatever it is. And you get kind of confined or constrained into playing two colors three if you're very lucky, and I been fortunate in in this case in particular that, you know, they're they're just. My character happens to be in a inflation his life where he's in is in transition like the, and I think it's because of of the transition that midges in my daughter is going through all her changes are impacting all of the people around her in..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Lead the way it does when you're doing stand up and when you're on film or TV, so so you can, you know. It's like a boat on the water. It's a large it. It Moore's being displaced. So you don't have to worry second to second about ram screwing up. I think I would love the commod ary for sure I would thrive during rehearsal. Yeah, and then I would ultimately get comfortable on stage at some point. And then I would become Lert board. Well, what. Well, that's what being an actress about. But, but but you you weren't. I don't think you would be bored. I'm kidding. I would be in thrall. Listen, I, you know, I liked it changes right people on the, oh my God. I couldn't do that day in day out. I, it's so funny. I said to my dad, my dad when my dad was alive. We're having this conversation and he was saying so, so what's it like? He didn't really see me have great, great success, but I was I was working actor at least before he passed away. And we were a so. What's like, you know, when you're doing a play, we're having this saying because he wasn't really a theater guy. Fairly my mom was. He said, I said, oh, you know, it's good, it's, but then there's, there's the repetitions when you're doing a long run, you know you're saying the same words day after day. And so that's challenging and it sometimes you have to really fight the thing. And that's the part that's a little China goes, hey, he said, 'cause he was. He was a salesman. He was. He said, what do you think I did for twenty five years. I went into stores and I said the same things to the same guys. Wow, wow, amazing. Yeah. That's why that's business. And you had to make it seem like it was the first time he ever says every I got to make it fresh. That's what I have. Dad wrote a monologue and performed it. That's right on a daily basis to the same audience, at least I get a new crazy. Yeah, that's kind of beautiful. Well, thank you. I don't know that we've had such a good ask Kevin in a very, very long time quite like, and now it's time for Kevin's pop quiz between five and fifteen points possible for each of the following request. What do I get for the final scores tabulated it will be posted on our website along with current standing among the top one hundred. Are you ready? Question number one, Keith, David, or David, Keith. Try to remember which is good. Keep David David cave. That's correct. Question number two, Carl weathers or the weather in Carlsbad. Carl weathers. Let's correct. Last question Steve. No, that's three, three, Tony shillue just. Oh, I can't. Thank you enough. Thank you. Have thanks for dinner last night, please. So that was marvelous and lovely and wonderful restaurant in, you know, you didn't have to treat me. Thanks. I hope you weren't disappointed that I didn't pull yield or. No, listen, you will definitely hear more and more about how I treat it as the weeks. If we didn't have a play to go catch good, we'd be would continue this conversation. But we have just enough time to leisurely, walk to the theater and we will. Thank you pal. Thank you. That really was great. Now, please sit there and comfortably while I wrap things up for the folks at home, that's what it's like to spend a little over an hour with the Tony shalhoub, the Tony winning, Tony. That's what I like to call him when he's not in the room. And.
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"And then crash which he does to me. So you clean up your act a little bit better and but but you know, you're, you're in your life, your real life, you're, you're signifty. And other or your children or your friends, you know, kind of have to all take a back seat to, you know, this month Aston kind of thing. I'm especially if it's a long play like a two and a half, three hour play where you're you need vocal. I, it strenuous vocally terms of just physically yet the rest, certain parts of the instrument during the day. And you got to go to the doctor a lot. You know you're checking in with you. Make sure you're, you're not going to catch a cold. And if you do get a cold, you wanna get get it out of there fast. And so go to your voice doctor in your. Your nose and throat. Yeah, it's it's a bit of a it even though you're only working, let's say you're working. I mean by Toby people say you must be exhausted. Well, I only worked sixteen hours this week, really. That's when you add up the actual hours of it's a beach banker's hours. I mean, it's really not a lot, right, but you're get your day and your life is sort of geared to those. It's focused on those sixteen hours. So yeah, and after many decades of doing plays, it probably informs your. Nonworking demeanor in terms of you like things to be in a certain. Controlled schedule, and therefore when things as they do in life, throw you out of that schedule. You have to life improvise. And does that become a little more difficult as the years go on? It does in the other thing too that I cannot fail to mention is that along with all these other things, you know, sleep and next guy at MoMA, then you got your demons to deal with your demons. Yeah, and that's a whole 'nother thing when you're doing a play, right? Because they're. They they once they appear. Once they surface, they're there to stay. You know, they're not going anywhere. And these are insecurities these concerns. These are. These. Are those those things that. On any given day my going to crash in burn, am I going to drill really? Truly think, yeah, doesn't matter how successful doesn't matter what the reviews are..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"I don't know what it it was as big a hit as they kind of expected, but it's had a lot of its head a long shelf life. Oh, yeah. And people talk about it. Yeah, it's crazy. Great idea. And a a really, I think, really well executed, but. I mean, he was really, we had interaction because we did. We did seem together. Right? But he was really wearing so many hats. Yeah, because not only was he co director, but because he is who he is, he was writing it. I think he was making up stuff and maybe improvise, but definitely working with the writer on the script and. So he was he was a very busy guy. I remember and we shot a lot of that ozone late, shoots. Most of my stuff was night shoots ably, which was actually fortunate because at the time I was rehearsing a play in the daytime. So you didn't sleep? Fantastic time. I slept five hours a night, but it was. I was young and it was sure I was like, oh my God. I'm living the dream. Oh, you were. You would think that it can't be done, but. Tastic. In the timing worked out. So that right is the rehearsals were ending. The rehearsals for the play were ending, and we were gonna go into production. That's when the filming was wrapping up. So I was able to go into the play in the night, right? It was just phenomenal, but but I'm trying to remember if they were. I can't remember specific story other than it was just a lot of fun. Yeah, there's a sense of play. Gena Davis. Randy Quaid was was the other guy. And. Also, there were so many actress Stanley Tucci was in that movie and Jason Robards. Jason Robards was a giant, can't cure my sheriff, our God from time. I was very, very young. So the fact that I'm actually doing a scene with this man, I mean, that was that was the big takeaway them as you're sure you've had that experience where you're you're in a movie and you're just like, you just cannot believe that you're, there's Eireann's a scene with these, you know, like. Walter Matthau I work with them Mike, Jack Lemmon that was like showing up at mount. Rushmore came off the side of the mountain and shot him to say we're seen with you..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"And I, I kind of melded that with sort of Arabic gibberish don't things that I had heard growing up to. Do you have your parents or grandparents who spoke? Yeah, they spoke Arabic and we never learned it nine regret that, but anyway, had certain sounds and things in my head, and I kinda brought these two things together and it worked. It worked for them so and was really kinda cool was because I was writing my own lines. I, I was, I patted my part sure, you know, because they, they couldn't really. Once I started talking, they couldn't stop me. You know, it's like, no, you're not saying the right word, right? So I would just like right book their town. Three lines more than off the moment. You begin speaking. Exactly. So additioning for Bill. Is he giving notes is saying, try this, try that? What was that? Just the audition. So he was very supportive and I think. It's the one time I can't remember. Maybe this happened. Once again in forty odd years where he said in the room, you know, after the second or third call back. I want you to do this part that never never happens in the room. You have to get it to thirty hot. Don't ever to them. Yeah, not in the room because we have to negotiate with them. Exactly. You can't say this is your, but he was an actor, right? So he just said, oh, stop fucking around. We wanted to do this and I was like, what? Yeah, I a few callback. You said I maybe a couple. Yeah. And each time you would see other potential actors. Sure. Long. I knew because we're doing plays together. I mean, it was a group of us. Sure. And. So he says the job is yours. You can't believe it was really, really amazing. And then on the I, I actually I had done a movie before that, but I was completely out of it. Thanks to count. Thank goodness. You're cut from the first one, really. I don't know. I'm still hurts really still smarts. Well, it was only Mike Nichols directing and movie with Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson. But you know. Look, look, what's happened to them. They know. That was hard. Yeah. How let's bid for I ask, what is that conversation like? You're not in the film. Let's let's stay on quick change a little. Okay. Because I am. I am like like many people from the comedy world inspired by and little to obsessed with all things. Bill Murray. You know, because anytime there's a a talent who is singular right in there. On camera persona. You know, be it Cary. Grant. Clark Gable. You know, there's certain entities who are not a diverse actor. Who are somewhat singular in their voice. Now in Bill Murray, start doing drama brilliantly of always felt he was able to portray different worlds different characters. But when he was Bill marina comedy, it was that thing it was. It was very specific rhythm that has been mimicked by other performers over the years, a certain cadence. A certain rhythm who? Absolutely. Yeah. So when you're working with him. Either as director or as a co star on, I guess your characters. Just any piece of that experience that you would care to share would be great working on that movie? Yeah, just with him specifically. Because there's once you get the job, you know you walked us through that with him saying, I want you to do this. You get to set. You've brought your own dialogue, you've you've padded. It. And is, is he so so as a direct where he was also co directing so and he's almost in every shot of that movie. I mean, I have to say he's, yeah, all over that film and it's a, it's such a great script. I mean, it really, I don't know, to be honest, I don't really know how the movie did when it first came out. It might have..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"But this was king and anyway, so we were kind of wrangled not really asked or anything. Sure. Just recruited, right, but my but yes, she's an actress and still she's on stranger things actually. Good. Yeah, she's place flow. Who is the sheriffs. Secretary on stranger things. I did not know that was your sister, Susan. That's crazy. She's well, she's marvelous. She's amazing, wonderful stage actress to been on Broadway. The whole thing you know at. So when she would. But you play when you were six. That had had a affect lasted a while. I I, it's funny. I thought about this a lot, and I've told that story people say, oh, so what was the first thing you were in about? And I go back to that story and I giving this enormous amount of thought, but you know, that was just something that you. We did so many things when we were kids, we played sports and we did this and we had hobbies, and we tried this and I wonder how come that one thing stuck. Yeah, and I, I'm thinking now in retrospect that maybe wasn't just being put because my brother we were then a couple of years later we were put in another play at that school and in my brother, who's about a year and a half older than me, he and I did it together. It was carousel, I think they had kids, whatever, and he didn't become an actor wonder. So then I had this other. Kind of distant memory. I mean, I feel like I'm talking to my shrink. Sure. But that happens also that wouldn't be the first time unite. Or you sat across Maju with a beard. God. There was I remember going to a play with my mom when I was little and I, it was either a community theater because it was no professional theater. Then it was either academic theater or community theater. Yeah. You had to go to the big city to see real professional Milwaukee, Chicago anyway. I, I'm not sure if I went. I think my sister was in this or something, and that's why we were going maybe multiple times. I don't really remember. I remember the play, but there was a incident where one of the actors. Was was kind of comedy. I guess one of the actors had a fake mustache in during the course of very animated seen his mustache loosened. And it was sort of flapping sheriff or few minutes. It was becoming pretty obvious and hilarious, and at some point it, it really got loose and he just pulled it off and ad-libbed to the other actor. And Furthermore you're going to buy me a new mustache or so, and the audience loved it because he was, he was just trying to play the moment..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"And as we would go through the list, he would say, oh, and there's this great script. You have to read called the usual suspects and and he said, you know, they're, they. They want you for this thing. And I said, well, who who's directing that you never heard of him? He's twenty five years old name's Brian Fung are you don't know who he is? Okay, great. Man, who wrote the thing? Yeah, never heard of him either. He's twenty five years old in his name is Christopher Corey. Well, who's in it? And at that point it was just Kevin Spacey in nineteen Ninety-four. Kevin Spacey was similar to. You or I, in the sense that he was a character actor auditioning for things and not an entity that people build a movie around, or you know, an alleged pedophile certainly he, he was just a working actor. I wish when I'd grown up studying in worshiping Bill Cosby in the liner notes, they would have said, by the way. What have been. So if it's not a problem. Thirty eight people are going to come forward at some point. So you know, the point was every time I agent mention usual suspects. I would say what else is going on? Because you know, you wanna know who's the director who the other actors. What are the entities where the elements involved in a project that whether interest in me and he kept saying, you gotta read, you gotta read a gutter. And Finally, I said, okay, I'll read it and they get to page five. And I called him. And I said, I'm in, I'm I still have a lot to read, but I'm in and so good call. He he well, sure. And then he falls up with them. Comes back to me and says, Bryan singer loves you want you to do this. And if you wanna go in and talk to him about that, be great. And I said, sure, go and talk to him. So I go in meet this twenty five year old and he looks seventeen, and he, he says, a love you to be in this. The only part two parts have left are Hockney, which is a party ended up playing and fencer, which is the part that Benicio del Toro ended up playing. And if you know the film spoiler alert, I say, well, I don't wanna play fester because he has no real function in the film other than to die to tell the rest of the suspects they can't run and he's, he's mcmanus's sidekick. He doesn't doesn't really have any impactful scenes or even dialogue cut to Benito Toro steals every every he's in everything. So Brian says, great. Okay, so, well, I love you for this. There are two actors that have already promised agents that I will addition them, but I would love you to do this. So I'm driving home from that. And I thought I don't. Yeah, I actually want to do this now and I feel like I've basically been offered the part, but he but two other actors are going to audition, but you don't know who they are..
"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Showcase from Radiotopia
"I'm here for for Tony. I'm a little early. So maybe I'm just going to sit here for five minutes, so I'm not. Okay, thanks. I just arrived at a gorgeous apartment lobby on the Upper West side where I'm about to record one of my favorite actors. His doorman helps me find the elevator. Follow less. Okay. Thank you. I'm pretty nervous as I make my way up to his floor. My name is Karen Brown, and in my day job as a reporter, I often cover fairly serious topics in health and mental health. But I also love good entertainment, and this actor bridges a number of my interests. He portrayed one of the few openly mentally ill characters in a TV comedy anymore. That's it. Is there any more soap in San Francisco. Scrubbing her hand for nine hours. I'm surprised you have any skin left coming out. Tony shalhoub won three EMMY awards for playing a phobic. Obsessive compulsive detective on the show monk and he's agreed to meet me. Hi, karen. Not at all. I couldn't help, but smile when the first thing he asks me to do is take off my shoes, something his character would probably do to though to be fair, the real shillue had a sense of humor about it and went along when I made a nervous joke sitting dog food, the near apartment that seems reasonable. Recently, I co produced the Greek God of depression. A series published right here on showcase across five episodes narrator and writer. Pagan Kennedy tells the story of famous author William Styron and his brilliant Dr Alice flared as they navigate his final depressive episode. So you may wonder how I ended up in the apartment of Tony shillue who, by the way, also won a Tony award on Broadway and is up for yet another EMMY for his latest TV series. The marvelous MRs Mazel well, let me explain. Since William Styron died more than a decade ago, we needed other people to help us evoke his life and work. That's why his wife rose Styron invited pagan and me to meet her on Martha's Vineyard at the compound where she and her family spent some of their happiest moments. It's also where despite the bucolic surroundings, her husband experienced some of his greatest torment. I have suffered more and more from a general feeling of worthlessness as the malady had progressed. If you hurt the podcast, you know that even during their darkest periods, the Styron's led an incredibly glamorous life eighty nine year old rose a poet and human rights activist still does as the snapshots of famous friends on her fridge can attest. So that's Caroline Kennedy, George Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Carly, Simon, and we wanted to highlight William Styron's most powerful writing so rose offer to reach. Out to some of her actor friends to read his work allowed. One of them was Jack gilpin who became the podcasts main stand in for Styron in Paris on chilly evening late in October of nineteen. Eighty five. I I became fully aware. Other actor rose suggested was Tony shalhoub struggle, which it engaged me for several months might have a fatal outcome. She is an amazing woman. This is blue sitting on his couch in New York explaining why he graciously offered to volunteer his time on.
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President Trump, MRs Mazel Shalhoub and California discussed on Here & Now
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"tony shalhoub" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Yeah which is a maze ing the universal back lot where they filmed it the diner was the same diner from back to the future which is kind of fun there you go i love that tyner in the great edith head which i'm sure you've been universal the costume building there were buildings to eat it that building sure she won her eighth and final academy award and her quote afterward or the acceptance speech was just imagine dressing the to handsome men in the world and then getting this kind of says it all wait and then we finish with what ebert said is a complete disappointment always like to to go through and see what roger ebert said about these movies before we finished with our five questions and ebert gave it four stars surprise is that four out of four four to five or four hey you go top rating he said the movie has a nice light fingered style to it he'll gently kids the nineteen thirties with a slight exaggeration fashions and styles and he's the awfully good at maintaining kind of offbalance pacing we never quite pin newman and redford down there always sort of angling into scenes making enigmatic statements under their breath and staying at least a step ahead of us which i thought was interesting that is part of like you said part of the viewers experiences being conned a bit as well very cool all right and now five questions mr tony shalhoub the first movie you remember seeing the theater.