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"tony shillue" Discussed on The Lights, Camera, Pro! Podcast
"Matt. We'll start with Matt and go round Yes we'll start with how it came about so I actually made this or A college project it was. Just. Music. But I don't play any instruments, myself Akron saying a comedy. The Hog like kind of on my interest in music without without doing music, it's making about music and ninety name musicians. Russ. How that came about is a college project he needed to a film that. The carry the development of a single person is about as musician molly, laden's, which is kind of based off myself in Mali rings Reynolds. She she represents myself ways sweeping head development. Shy, they'll Gallo basically and then she goes through a break forgotten with stronger in on the Day I. Think I like a few bits, the dialogue with basic things that were said in real. And have a musicale. Divan. films out there and like taking hate her it was quite a passable film and I think it's not. been a successful. Projects by very talk about it because it's one of the favorites very cool and connor you're in that. Obviously. I quit. Showing lanes the rule, the cocktail. Okay. So it was handed boyfriend of the main character. The brother. Okay. Old. Say Filed Rock Office. Okay and at one scene you were talking in a very bizarre way and you're like. I was like, what is he doing there I didn't really understand what was going on. It's Kinda funny. What we were you making fun of someone in film book. That was quite serious Ville the. EXCALIBUR. Mislead. Think. Performance on. Several people know. Okay. Ave spinach a singer on some. Balls head. Security. Condition on. Cool Go. Yeah. I liked that one and in the end she. She, kind of becomes popular intern billboards in some square, Times Square type of place or something and. How does she feel I? Don't really understand. How she feels about that, she looks like she's not happy about that. Quite. Happy. About says, she asked me what she's about his the thinking talking about the past Really because I my favorite bit in the film his son had ex girlfriend is welcome through the center and she looks up and she sees me rains on available and she's like dumb though I think a chose the like when people try to put you down. You can always rise up career. Could achieve in the future and then the people put out an asshole Venancio success. Should have been so horrible than that was kind of the idea. And John What did you do for that film? So I was the the kind of mentor carry. On the guy that. Is already like an established musician and he goes and tries to find a doctor and he comes across molly i. think that was kind of about what you were saying before about being in the right place at the right time, you might have the talent be might not necessarily be discovered. Oh, you might not necessarily know someone who knows someone 'cause this industry while all the entertainment industry's about unite rather than while you know. So I think it's about those kind of like chance encounters of finding someone who can help you not do all the white can help you. Achieve Greatness that way. Right so let me tell you story that will be very interesting to all you guys. So I have this friend, Jim Isa and he's a director and he's directed commercials and he's actually directed directed a film with actor Luke Perry who you might know from nine. Oh two one. Oh, recently passed away. And he he directed some lifetime movie directed a few features and he raised the money for features. And he was telling me how to do that when I interviewed him on the lights camera pro podcast if you WANNA check it out, Jimmy so talks about directing in general and how he went from a commercial director film director but he also talks about raising money. Any tells the story where he's friends with this actor Tony Shillue who was on monk the show monk remember that show show on in America in. USA for many years very popular and. Him and Tony, and their wives went out to dinner with these two people that had a lot of money and we're looking for film to invest it, and this is how it had. This is why I wanna tell you because this is how it happens if you do it someday. So they listened to his pitch they were asking them for money saying listen you know. What do you think? Do you want to support this film? Do you WANNA give us one hundred thousand dollars or half a million dollars whatever it was it was a lot of money then went to fancy restaurant. And the guy was like I dunno, it's kind of like a love story we're looking for more like action. And Tony. Had tickets to the Oscars because he went every year and he was part of the guild actors guild or whatever and Basically Jim had cleared this with Tony and he said, do you want? Tickets to the Oscars and the guy was like, yeah, that would be great. And the guy gave him the money for the film. So he had access to something that. That guy's never gonna do he's never gonNA. Go to the Oscars you know he was a doctor dentist lawyer or something. and. He got the money to make his film and on top of that I talked to an art director who's worked on the new Christopher movie tenant he's worked on the new rock movie this DC Super movie called Black Adam. He's a big art director in Hollywood, but he also makes short films and he is his name is Justin O'Neill Miller and you can go and listen to his podcast but also like go to his website, he has a very, very crisp and clean short film I forget the name of it about a woman having birthday party at her house and everything has to be perfect but. He was talking about working all these huge movies, but he wants to make short films also right but he also wants to make a feature film someday. So that's it, that's all there is to it. You know what I mean like I spent my whole life making short films making plays never. Got Written up in some New York. Newspaper or went to some film festival or whenever but it didn't click to the next level because I didn't have those connections and. Once, you have those connections are you just somehow get to that place? Somebody can tell you how to do it and you can make a feature which is I'm sure that's what you guys want to do some day right? Yeah. Super Bowl. So let's talk about the last one here shopping bags to back in business where Connor Gibbs choke by John. And a blonde wig. Sounds like. The bowls. CONNOR GETS KICKED Connex? Johnson the Bulls and he falls head. Joining, Tacoma's. Sag, Ancona's musical. And I. Think the most of all films this is think this is the film treats on together appoints wasn't yeah I think. On a think, it's all sonar here. Yeah full. Force I. 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"tony shillue" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"They're like, oh, yeah. If we make our mother, she'll be more relatable. And then they're like, oh, no. This mother thing. It's not working, but she has kids. We can't do anything with them now. Which is why a lot of times they're like, oh, we're going to have them go hang out with Joel. And. Boy, everybody everybody in the show has has an identity crisis at some point another don't they? Yeah. In the course of aches in the course of the year, Joel has an identity crisis. Mazel? He was very he was he was the first one Mitch has an identity crisis. Rose has an identity crisis Abe is having an identity crisis at the very end is season too. Her brother, isn't I would argue though, but those all happen. As a direct result of the other one made has an identity crisis because Joel has an identity crisis and cheats on her, and then like midges mom has an identity crisis with finding out that she doesn't know what she thinks. She knows about her daughter same thing. Same thing. The dad has the Tony shillue has the crisis because of him out that he doesn't know his children like he does and the whatever's going on with his job people don't view him in the way that he thought he so that's just like a domino effect. I just have to say Abe is my spirit animal. So even even Zelda has identity crisis because she keeps trying to bring out the food and they keep telling her. Not yet. I feel like one of the things I loved the most about the second season, specifically is Joel's character development. Yes, it almost making. It'd be like taken back. He's a good guy. Now, take him back. Yeah. You like I feel like starting from the first step aside of the first season. I did not see a place in which they'd be able to have a redemption of JOL. But by the end of season two is like, well, maybe I do want them to get back together. And then it's so hard and Zachary Levi fill like. Too soon as I saw that he was the doctor as all like, oh, he's going to be a love interest, and I'm absolutely loving this. And then my second thought was oh, this is one of those things where they have to get every Jewish actor. That's in this time period. They can't because they have to fill up this entire camp with Jewish actors kind of like how they're twelve actors. I don't know. I don't pay attention to race when it comes to to a lot of stuff. But I it almost felt like the I would see an actress. Oh, yeah. They are Jewish and that makes sense in their Jewish too. Feels like when you're watching a BBC drama, and he's like, oh, yeah. They're English and they're actors, so they're they're in this show in the show all of the British actors are here. But I think I think watching it what what I think people liked about it or what I think other people probably really like about it. And I do like like some of these things about it is the. Is the honesty that she saying things that everybody's thinking everybody's thinking. Well, not everybody's thinking everything, but pretty close. And but it was so relatable when say it like, even if you weren't thinking, you're like, oh, I get. Yeah. And and it's almost like, okay. So years ago a movie came out called my big fat Greek wedding. And I love that movie. And you love that movie and everybody loves that movie because you look at that. And you're like, oh, that's my family..
"tony shillue" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"So he switched and saved a bunch. So it all worked out. The great Tony shillue. Marvelous MRs Mazel, what an incredible show to be part of. And you're so funny in that show. How did this opportunity? I come about. Wow. I. I got a call from my representation, and they said you wanna read the script. It's comedy that takes place in the late fifties. And I just love that period. And so I said, yes, and it, and they said it was, you know, by the team that Gilmore girls, and my wife and daughter were devoted to the Gilmore girls. And so I read it I loved it loved the character. I got on the phone with them with Amy Sherman palladino, Dan Palladini, and and it was just kind of a no brainer. There was I had just moved to New York that year in the show. They said was gonna shoot in New York. So it seemed like the right the right thing. It's amazing watch is say, well, how could this not be huge hits? It's funny. It's heart warming. It's charming. Did you have that sense onset you ever have that sense? It's going to be successful. Yeah. I always have that sense tension. I'm with. But this time I wasn't so wrong all the cast members. And they're all great who's at the most fun to play off of. They're all dreaming. I guess I couldn't pick one just a great unsolvable, Rachel. They're all great on a personal big nights on my favorite movies. I love that movie so much. I think it's the best. We about food is the best way ever brothers. Tell me any you have about that story and work with dealing to cheat. Although Stanley spin friend for a long time, I did a did theater with Stanley even before years before big night in. That was kind of a kind of a game changer that, you know, working on that movie. So lot of he was he and his cousin who wrote it. They were first time screenwriters he and Campbell Scott directed it. First time directors so. We were we just didn't know how it was gonna you know, how it was going to track out there in the world and people seem to love it. And it's held up over the years. And it was. It was just it was great plan. Brothers the music food. And I love that last shot. You know, so times directors are so busy just a wide shot. Two brothers making eggs you say so much. It's so it's such a beautifully rod singer. Yeah. It is. Although I have to tell you the only the only funding part of that was we did that that one long take maybe about six times. In those eggs were really really hot because they were coming right out of the pan usually when in normal life. You put something on a plate, you give you give a chance to cool, but we had to like just dig the forks in there and after about the sticks. Take our mouths were pretty much. You know, shredded for you. I love the way quick change. I know it's a listen my dad, and I loved that movie. So the way your care to keep saying bluff, Tony, maybe because you know, South Asian family. We can relate to this guy. Right. Middle Eastern kids beginning was that. While we've been there before. But tell me memories have pictures. We always say bluff Tony kids. So funny. Yeah. That was that was my first real movie. I think or at least the first movie that I wasn't cut out. And no seriously. And yeah, it was it was let me write my own dialogue. You know? I didn't have any lines in the script. It just said and the cabbie speaks. So I wanted I didn't want just. Tumble. And you know, so I actually wrote out a gibberish language, so air Bakir speaking, I know, but that that allowed me to Pat my part because they once I started talking, you know, I could just go as long as I wanted great. Tony Barbas, MRs basil. Thanks so much. Hey, great feedback with Bo Burnham success with eighth grade and Elsie Fisher. I was a huge fan of film back when it came out in July and Elsie Chan stucco, I I'm talking to you. What's been this ride in like for you the best? I mean, I love the film so much love being in it. And being able to champion it around. These words shows and everything is just spinning Granville craziest thing, you know..
"tony shillue" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is WNYC. It's nine o'clock. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. Bullseye with Jesse thorn is a production of maximum dot org. In is distributed by NPR. Jesse thorn? It's bullseye. Jez Butterworth writes plays and films really wide range of stuff to like the science fiction film edge of tomorrow, he wrote that the mob drama black mass. He wrote that one on a stage. He's written comedies and dramas that cover topics like murder music war. He has a good sense of the difference between film and theater like take his latest play. There is a live goose on stage and a baby and the lamp that catches fire like actually catches fire. I mean, it's it's one of the great ways, you can describe the difference between theater and film, and the fact that you're actually present in front of them is that if you use a real goose on on film. Nobody gives a stuff. In a it's always a lamp catches fire. Started a film. Nobody feels slightly afraid that something's gone wrong. It's bullseye. This week. I'll talk with Jez Butterworth about his latest play the Ferryman a story about death loss and family during the troubles in Northern Ireland. And he'll tell me more about that live goose, what could you imagine that goose possibly during that the audience would love if all went wrong. Imagine that he loses his grip on and it runs into the audience flapping. I mean that is one of the most wonderful things you could pay money to say. But before that, Tony shillue, the most brilliant actors around you've seen him in monk wings. The marvelous MRs Mazel so many movies. He's been getting a lot of work lately thinks he knows why I guess the forties in the fifties of all it's been a really good those good decades for me in terms of playing characters especially today because I think we all need as viewers, and certainly it's actors respite from present day craziness. That's all coming up on bullseye. Let's go..
"tony shillue" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Tony shillue. Totally solid. Really great show. He know supposedly that's based a little bit on Joan rivers trajectory as she was coming out as a comic. I mean, that makes sense also just coming from that female perspective to and sort of you know, the trials and tribulations she has to go through an in that regard in that time. But yeah, I actually guys I gotta head out to getting to your stand-up. All right talk to talk to you soon. Good luck Shelat. All right. I hope she's got a really tight set. That's a calm. That's a comedy. Sets a comedy term. Do we have to dump that I thought about it not do it? But I thought we'll have a set Brian. Brian. Did we have to dump it yesterday when we decided whether or not cliff Kingsbury was known not dump that either. Okay, good. Have you ever watching crashing by the way? Yeah. Tight set means you let's not keep doing it. It's a comic term, right. It's it's legit. I mean, people say I've got a great set. I've got a tight set. I've got ten. Good minutes. I've got five great minutes. This tight set time doing open mics. I would imagine you've done out one point, right? My my partner in New York was a standard comics who Kalinski and all we did was talk to stand up comics crazy sues crashing. No. That's an HBO thing. Right. No. I haven't seen. It was bad timing on tight set. I won't well fantastic yet. So what he used it about like, Jerry Seinfeld. Now, you find attractive in female. No, everybody's head went to the wrong. Plano. But here was completely accidental. That's ridiculous. Just absolutely ridiculous. All right. So Blake Griffin's coming in. Oh, Blake where you bad. So I'm to ask you something. Yeah. What is Blake Griffin's legacy in the NBA? Oh, interesting K jumping over it could be it could be that. Let's do it coming up. Yep. That's next. We're doing a tight three hours today. Tight.
"tony shillue" Discussed on The View
"Winners waited Rosina him and Tony shillue back for a second season. One of our favorite shows around here. The marvelous MRs Mazel about a stay at home. Mom, who becomes a stand up comedian? Please welcome Rachel bras Mahan and Tony shalhoub. Great cab nuhere both. Yeah. We'd love the show. Everyone loves the show, you winning all sorts of wards and Rachel you play a woman who basically was a housewife in the fifties. Yeah. Who by circumstances becomes a stand up comic. Yeah. I wasn't a housewife, but it's similar story. Yeah. I wonder how you wonder why divorced women suddenly become comedians. I mean. So what did you learn about standup? Why did I what did you learn from doing the role? Well, I I learned I can't claim to be Stanford. So forgive me, my voices completely gone. He's only been smoking since I came out of the womb. But. I I I learned that. I could never do what you do both. Acting job. Yeah. Santa is different. So that's the only thing you learned. Well. I'm learning about interacting with audiences and and how to how to perform great material for you in touch with the fear factor of being standup. Absolutely. I am terrified every single second him up, and that's Tate never gets easier. What about you? Are you still? Well, yeah. No. I don't even want to do it. I'm so scared. Yeah. Do you have any advice for your the? Yeah. She's a she's an comedic actress. Yeah. Well, you know, the stuff is written for you. So you get the responsibility on the writers item. Right. This great the comedians. Can't do that. That's true. So that's a little different. Okay. You're doing a great job fabulous. Ali. Hello voice today. I'm between the two of you. I kind of have a voice and the not. But now you play Rachel's, dad. And you were we were all kids during this. It's not you guys. But we were all kids during this period that takes place do the close bring the character for you. They really do. We have a brilliant costume designer was evident like all of Rachel's, and hats and accessories. And but for me, it's it's that sort of layered thing, it's you know, it's the the shirt and the and the sweater vest. And then the then the sport code and the code code. And I don't know. I just I put on this costume. I feel like I'm sort of channeling my father, and my uncles, and especially especially the hats that it just really brings me back. Don't you wonder though, why no one seemed when I was a kid. Nobody seemed to sweat when I realized what the clothes they will wearing whatever. Women had on the girdles and the stocking things in the slips. And and oh, buddy broke us. Why drink any water couldn't pee in all lanes? You couldn't get it down quicken. I just find it extraordinary. What are you don't know about this? But you, but that's why I love the show because I've learned so much about that time in history when my favorite sees is. When you go to bed at night next year husband, and you are full makeup the end the minute. He goes to sleep. You do it's like a routine every night, and you run to the bathroom to take it off. But the lotion on the bass false leap before he gets up. You set your lawn for the whole face on again. So he never sees you without right actually, do that in my marriage. Mary. Let me along who does that. I've never heard of this. I do I know several. But the story was when it was written in the when the pilot aired about a woman, find your voice, find your independence was really before this year took off about women equality and the time's up and the me too. And all that what are you hearing from women fans at the show about your character? It's been amazing to hear how many different ways people connect to it. But the biggest thing I'm hearing that people are feeling. Empower the people are feeling inspired to take risks to try something new to find out how they might use their voices have been a handful of young women who have said that they tried their hand at stand up comedy verse time after watching the show one one really loves the show. Now, she thinks she's a career for herself. We'll see she's giving them a role model. I mean when I was a young comedian..
"tony shillue" Discussed on The View
"Also, your Pakistani Muslim you are out about who you are and your life. What's the response been not just from folks in Utah who have their opinions about things around the world. You know, I thought that I'd have a really strong adverse reaction to me. You haven't really seen this before and mainstream on a mainstream show a big commercial show. So was expecting the worst. And I am so look to received the most beautifully will welcome from people all over the world. Thanks. From Americans because sometimes they all wanting to be super super liberal. So they're gonna throw loads of love my way, but I wasn't expecting that from places like the Middle East, and the very wasn't countries that being truly wonderful. I get loads of DM's everyday saying it so nice to see version of me on the TV. I paid for that as a kid. I so desperately wanted to see of this on TV. And I never did. And I didn't know what my life would be in. So now, it's lovely to be a position to offer that for those kids out that we can expect people to grow until we actually show them who we are. And I think that's what we all do on the show. And why so important to us, you know, people aren't going to be stuck when you say here's an opportunity for you to learn, and I'm not going to judge you learning. And that's what we knew the entire to learn new for last still, and we're not lecturing them on the show. I don't let no say, oh, I'm this. I'm here. I am. This is me as a person if you love me great. If you don't talk about it. Comes up after them, and that's just secondary. Because we have the day. We're talking about the Thanksgiving Day parade. And there was this kiss from this show, prom the promises called and a lot of people the steno very wrong to do a lot of people. Do it was great. Wonder what you think of it? I mean, I think it's a reminder that the rest of the country is not New York, and we need to remember that. But I think like. People. You think like fifty years ago someone like yo coup Somma hosted the first gay wedding. Like we've made a lot of advancements. But we're not quite there yet. But shows like dear Evan Hansen, which eliminate and shed some light on teen suicide and like the horrible pill problem for today's youth. And then for show like this to normalize that. I think it's only a good thing. Let's just show more seated in the. Macy's. Thanks word highest cast and say, we're not New York. They love to come to New York and see these. If this were a heterosexual couple kissing on national TV, we wouldn't have had a concern whenever converse, even a lot of heterosexual. Hadn't been an interracial kiss. Yeah. We have in this conversation. I mean, you know, listen, the bottom line is we have to be more patient than everybody else is with us. You know, because they don't know what you know, what I know what? Join knows what Abby knows. And so we always remember race. I mean how much we have to. People through the arts Ryan, something like Broadway families, come from about changing hearts and unconditional love on this show. And it is shows like we're I that's actually doing that in this country around the world. Thank you. And the ibook now one in our audience is going home with the copy. Tomorrow. Celebrate two decades of joy stop saying that it can't be twenty years as MS har- hits her landmark stars of one of her favorite shows. The marvelous MRs measles, Rachel Bresnahan. And Tony shillue are joining the party. We're taking an ethic. Look back at joy's most unforgettable moments. I can't sit here. I just walked off. And how she changed the game on daytime TV and for women everywhere. The jury of twenty tomorrow. Welcome back into you know, this this. So we are kind of money on this talk about all kinds of we've talked to people, and we have a good time. And what we want to say to people is you also can have a good time having these conversations with your friends after all the world is about good view. So thanks for watching. Thanks for coming. We want. Everybody to have a great day, taking joy.
"tony shillue" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Hey, everybody, walk into movie crush Friday interview, a dish. And this is a rare two parter because it was just such a great conversation in such a long conversation in it divided up nicely into two pieces. So if you listened last week to Brett Gelman, David harbour, and Joe Carey and having a great great talk about art and movies in stranger things. Hope you enjoyed that. Here. We are with part two where we talk about the great independent film from the mid nineties big night, starring Tony shalhoub and Stanley Tucci, and Ian, home and Isabela Rossellini and many drivers such a wonderful movie. Weirdly, Mark Anthony is in this movie. We talk about that a little bit. And all these guys had great respect and love for this film as do I. And so we get a lot of lot of good discussion out of this one. So I hope you enjoyed part one. And here we go with part two with Joe Carey, David harbour and Brett Gelman and me on big night. Guys. Should we talk big night? Like a four hour. I got. Out this photo. Okay. You guys all know? I show. This is David earlier. I love that. You were telling me the show this photo because we're on a pod, listen, I can't not show him to see the. Joe Tony shalhoub in the movie. Can you picture how he look look at this character from lady and the tramp? Is that not like him? Like one of the cooks that serve them spaghetti. It's pre-. It's pretty much. I bet he saw that. It was like this is kind of what I'm going to base the character off of his this small, you know, animatedly TRAN. Speaking of greatest actors that guy Tony shillue. I got his number Serb cases -ly today. I wanna call him so bad. He I had him in here. He's a friend of a friend of mine and went to New York and was able to interview him separately from his wife, Brooke who is in one of my favorite autumn movies days of heaven. And so I got to talk to you, Brooke. But his Tony is great first of all you should totally call them. And I know him, I know me. Okay. And he would he picked the sting Ray sting is. Yeah. A great news. What did you what those two? Oh. It's like Krista fair. They're just like the well it also what Robert Shaw, right? Oh, yeah. Right. That movie. Yeah. And and what's her name and? Kevin Renan which Cassidy. Yeah. And then and Charles turning. Yeah. Yeah. And yeah, copper. Yeah. And there's even the guy who's the radio operator who's been in everything. Like, the older guy reminds me a little bit of. Yeah. That character. Ryan. Yeah. Yeah. What coming down the pike though. Yeah. I mean, new minute Redford. It's particularly those guys look like I Sean funding arming and Tony's nemesis in this short lived sitcom a few years. Yeah. That's so like his nemesis. And I was like I didn't even care what the show was. It was told that I was going to get to act with him. And I don't even I don't know if he would remember. But yeah, we would have great conversations about for. I mean about act mostly listen and. And I remember there was this one scene where I was I was getting a little tired of like the the crew is like not the the production team is not like being that great to me. So I was like I think I was getting a little punchy. And so I was really testing my last day galman last see the debt. Wh what do you mean? You're going to like a paint me as somebody who's difficult. Down down now. They're all saying McCreary professional person. No, I just was like putting it into the acting. And so it was like very big. Screaming my line. And then it went Baker. I was not yelling. Don't do that. He has such a great face. Just one of those faces. He does have such an expressive face. Yeah. It's the best part. I think my whole my favorite scene in home movies. The last scene. It just is like the whole movie in like a little microcosm where they don't speak with making the eggs comes in. And they have like a moment..
"tony shillue" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"You see every day. Absolutely. If not more so because they have a lot of pressure on them, they're coming into a moving train way. More pressure. Yeah, in fact. And you know, I was lucky early my career to work with people from top to bottom who created an atmosphere on set that was supportive so that you can feel creative and spontaneous and try new things and take a risk. Right. I feel like when that doesn't happen, I've been on those sets to. You find yourself not only battling your interpersonal voice, which is big enough right on a constant basis to get out of the way. You also feel. You know, less than supported to break break out of what is on the page, maybe find something else that is inspirational. Maybe more true then what is written right? We both have shared a co star, Tony shillue. Yes, we have an I. Win when Mazel was fortunate to win the EMMY for the best comedy programme recently, I was able to make him laugh really, really hard in the moment that we're all on stage together. There was actually a wide shot while our one of our show runners, Dan palladino was already into his acceptance. Speech. There was a wide shock because you know. We've all seen it best show best movie craft services on state. Everybody. It's a beautiful thing. The team, the whole teams? Yeah, and I've never came anywhere near something like that and and hadn't even put it on the list of things to do. So it was surreal. So I, I just went as I stood next Tony, I just do what I do, which is to be class clown. And I said to him in the seat in that wide shot, but you don't hear. But what I said to him was so it's official. You're the only one of us who lost tonight. Because that's putting actor gone deservedly and he agreed to relinquish and he threw his head back laughing. He was so tickled by very notion that now you're going to say that when we're on stage in the most magical moment ever well, I hope you. I hope you wipe the tears with his tone. Exactly. He wiped tears, not only Tony, but with his other Emmys as in the past? Yeah, he just won the Tony like within seven or eight weeks. So he's an amazing. He's truly amazing. Right? Yeah, I, it's ridiculous. Yes. I think he's a uniquely talented, generous unfairly town fairly, you know, and yeah, I found myself in certain scenes with him outside of the scene, just laughing and trying to figure out how he was doing what he was doing. Yeah, I I, I suffer from that. He's the only one on the show that breaks me. Yes, we're working. Yeah. So I would love to take back to work in the early spring for season three. Any any little nugget you can cough up now? Even though he's been a guest on the show recently he doesn't listen. So I'll so. I on mental health, but any sort of nugget you can call up that I could stick in his side little tiny lever something. Once that happened, man, I wish I wish something was coming. Well, we'll continue on if something comes to mind. All right. You can cough it out, but he he, he's a truly or text to me later. Am I have to text? Yeah, that's fine. Yeah, he's kind of a genius. I feel. No, it's annoying. Yeah. No, I hate them too. What are you watching these days? So I like to to, you know, again, any show the breaks through we're both extremely lucky right now. Ours, no live to be a part of a two that are are are being talked about by a lot of people just watched your pilot. And so I'm not into which I thought was a good choice. But I was really struck by the fact that I was watching a television show right? This is a period piece in New York. I mean, exterior with exteriors that are supposed to be nineteen fifty and you're talking about, you know, crane shots, and it's just spectacularly done. And you know. The art direction in and of itself is amazing. But the cast and the writing I was laughing, there were impassioned moments. Yeah, I just that that's going to be what I'm watching, so..
"tony shillue" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"And then rejoins me in the sea. And I remember thinking that's one way to deal with this right. You've completely derailed our chances. Yeah, maybe your chances just got better, right. You did that little showy thing. Eight. Wait little lesson for your kids out there. I got the part he didn't. Oh, interest price of pride? Yeah, because you hear all those stories of people like jumping on the desk and whatever that the I don't know who that was. There's been a couple that have been sure here sheer. Some of those stories of people just doing outlandish things and then getting getting it. But yeah, we not always, you know, Tony shillue was on recently, and he told me the actor on monk. Who came in and auditioned a, what? A, what's his wonderful actors name. He played the crazy character Bill in silence of the lambs. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. The weird blond guy, but his network on dishing with Tony in the scene he broke before they even began and looked out at the that work. Executive said something to the effect. I'm paraphrasing none of what you people think actually matters to me. Let's do the scene. And I remember Tony saying something like I thought, well, that's not good, right. Mild thing is at least I want, you know, I'm easy to work with and I'm a joy to be around. Like, if if if if even if I'm not the best actor the whole world, you know, I'm good to work with and I'm going to be professional and machen alike being an annoying and nightmare, whatever. And you know. But yeah, I would say that's more I would think that's better. Yeah, I did get James Brooks to confirm that Danny devito at the audition. That's the taxi through the script down. Okay. Table and said, this shit who wrote this, walked out to in character, but he was in character, didn't wait for Nancy, right? And any walked out and went to his car and my God. I mean, yeah, he talked so so there's those huge gambles and they rarely. Right. We're. I want to say the name of the characters are in silence of the lambs. Yes, it is played by. We know this guy, Ted LeVine. That's right. Ted LeVine, the wonderful tens of him. So sorry, I apologize, sincerely and to you as well because my.
"tony shillue" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"But it was exciting first time for anything. Exciting. Dammit. So when every each time the show won an EMMY, which was five that night, Jamie nice sort of stood up like we just won the World Series or the super. I mean, it was crazy fists in the air like lunatics and people are gowns and I'm gonna tuxedo. But we were in a little section of Mazel people. So we all sort of lost their mind. But by the time we went up for the best comedy. The final second last event of the night award of the night, which is the only one I was allowed to join on stage. If you win best show, they Lau everyone who's ever worked on the show in any capacity to come on states who happens to be in the room. So you know, it's craft service guy, but I, I did end up ten next to Tony shillue and there was a wide shot of us because I watched it later where you do see me say something to him while Dan palladino is giving the acceptance speech, the back of him, I say something Tony, she'll, but he starts laughing. So I. I would tell you what I said will. I said, it's official Tony. You're the only one of us who lost an award tonight. 'cause when he won five out of six and he laughed so fucking hard, but he loved that Henry Winkler one in the same category, and Henry was so great in its began his acceptance speech by saying, I wrote this speech forty three years ago. So everyone was thrilled at Henry one on top of which he's brilliant in the HBO series berry. He really is astonishing in that part as opposed to one of those career awards. It really was earned. Let's Tony's got a couple, you know, really, it's enough already, but as we had, the thing was palpable on that stage was that the audience for the most part have had enough of Mazel and you could feel it man not just from the people who are nominated, didn't win. You could feel it from the entire audience. It was like these fucking people. Again, I guess at the kademi awards for movies, they spread things around. If you win best screenplay, you know you're not gonna win best film kind of thing. It rarely is a sweep. Best director doesn't always go to the best film, but intelligent. I guess they liked the sweep, and that's what happened and people hated us. So I had a hell of a good time. I'll tell you that right now and I'll tell you the rest later season. Two drops. I guess I can just say before the end of the year, I'm not they, they have a date in mind, and I'm a legally obligated not to share it with you. Yes, bullshit. Folks this is going to get to it. You've heard me ran on the show about my favorite show..
"tony shillue" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown
"That's how to pull off that. It's not something and none of us could throwing her lips to the wool reading. You were like, just get like a little bit. What did you say. Yes, it's just that would save her fame. All of us know how much I love Lianne you I- door her you said such a funny thing when she was upset during the spa party that Stephanie wanted to crowns on them, and then she quit is this party and they cut to her in testimonial, and she's indeed. Yeah, yeah, she's wearing a crowd that was ridiculous. Yes, Stephanie was handing out is that her spa day and handed one to leeann and they cut to leeann testimony where she was like, I don't know what the spa day was all about with the TR's. And meanwhile, in the testimonial, she's wearing like an Elizabethan like Aretha crown and it's like you're wearing one right now for no reason. No reason he's going to do that. Yes, she's saying, yeah, it was sort of a brave hardy on her head share the unfortunate way you likened Deandra 's appearance. OD, Andrew. Okay. So DNV horrible names confused ready. Everybody is in an in their name. There's brandy leaned Deandra. It's Barry. Harry. That's right. That's in there too. So Deandra who I'm now clear on who she is. She's the one with the terrible mom. Who's your boss get on. Yeah, who's hilarious and the the mom who's the boss looks like the the Jason voorhees is mom in the original Friday. The thirteenth who's the killer. You can go that side by side note, no, the mom is the killer. In the first one they look alike decide. I so Deandra to me she had there was something about her features that I couldn't quite peg down. And then I realized that if you remember in men in black when Tony shalhoub gets his head shot off, and then it's kinda grows back in front of your eyes. That's deandre. Looks like that where it's almost grown back. It's like it's like not three-quarters, it's tying into short. It's between three quarters and grown back, but. Too short? No, I I want to give her credit to. Doesn't even get like full Tony shillue. She's not even Tony. No, she can't quite match up to the Tony shillue you're saying. And I know people maybe not, but like in beetle juice, you know in the at the end when they're in the waiting room and that little shrunk head, I guess seeing, I will say. I look like small head and when I put my hair back, I don't not look like creature. Personal. Good. I. Oh, don't get me wrong. Anyone on Dallas is hair is something I'm comfortable with. I like brand easier. I think that's fine. She's a redhead and she's doing without any something? No. When you said about Kerry's hairstyle tonight, like her kind of like half the Trump? Yeah, the top. I again, I know I used to say this about Renos cut and I, I love real Carey's cut. What's so offensive about is that as long in the shoulders. And then as it travels back, it goes into a slant. Upward name is receding chop. Can I say that I haven't cut out pictures over seating top been like? I think this is my life. Not deterred. I'm not. I will be heard. I be a Turkey. There's low hanging fruit. See once in a while. Everybody feels good. It's very mom who's like, I still got Ed. Yes, I think that might be where I am. What do you think? Oh, no, such cute hair new always wanting to make radical changes, and I always tell you what you have is working. I do have a haircut tomorrow. I don't know. It's Get gonna along. receive. Dard just don't do it. Kerri bothers me because I just you like Kerry and he's normal. No, I missed. Listen. I missed some time back, but watching an I call her Nancy walls because, but that's not an insult. Fancy walls is pretty and Kerry is pretty. Yeah. They're both pretty carriers way too much makeup, Nancy walls, beautiful natural wearing the exact right amount of wake up. Exactly. But when I listened to her talk Carey, she seems to be at least her language is like clicking in with me where everyone else feels like you can understand what it's an alien. Right. Exactly. No, I totally understand ridges. Clicking in now here was shocking to me. Last week's episode when Deandra said that she didn't own her own car that her mother paid for her car..
"tony shillue" 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 shillue" 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.
"tony shillue" Discussed on Las Culturistas
"Omarosa Omarosa fear listening. She's a huge fan of us, coach racist. I know I know it a know it. If you're listening, just come to the light release the tapes and honestly joined the on the road all over. She said, you know where she's gone. She says, she's going back to the ministry, like what's next onion, a focus on my ministry. Okay. I know Omarosa in a full Laming role. Omarosa. If you're listening, we would love a tape. We would love you to come on. We'd love to wear a yellow pass or visual medium. I would rule out the yellow carpet. A little less cultural does merged. Short says Omarosa fan. You can't flame that for that title of over. Fan club, some merge available now. Honestly, I had to, I want. I have to Mark my census as white next. Ruined. Leasing. Errol. The about it today and I could tell she was over it. She was like I was making all the points I was making on this episode on ice then by everything I said, but city was like, yeah, but you can't take her seriously. It's Rosa and I was like, there are tapes. I was like, I don't want to launch, but I don't wanna hang out with Rosa, but you can't deny the tape. Say, I, we have to ask the question. We ask. Dare you to not say Omarosa. What was the culture that made you say cultures for me. The culture looking. We could revisit this if if you wanna think about? No, I, I think I have the moment. Okay. So I grew up very Christian. So if two people listened to Larry's episode, we have very similar. We both grew up Pentecostal. Dependab- Amos Pentecostal come into the okay. Ooh, drag me. Yeah, but I grew very, very religious. I was like wearing skirts. I remember telling my mom, I was not gonna have sex before marriage. She's listening on y'all. Yeah, I like just live. I was like, my goal is to be like a minister's wife, and so we lived a really developed life and it was like a lot of veggietales and like mcgeown me and a lot of wholesome, family value, entertainment, even like seventh. Heaven was close like we never watched like the very special up, so it's, you know, sometimes that show could even. And so it was super, super devout. And when we got into high school, we got cable. And so that was like a huge game changer. And I finally was able to like understand what people were, what my friends were talking about. But the big show was monk. Monk. It was Tony shillue God, please unpack the I was captivated by. I was captivated by him, and I think I always will burn like a frightening attornal flame for Tony award winner, Tony shillue. But I love watching monk when my parents wouldn't have the TV. Like when my parents would stop watching TV and like my dad's to watch like games and stuff, it would just like always happen to be on. And it was just like it was like so invigorating for me. It felt very homey. It was like one of the first shows where I was like, oh, like I get this thing in front of the TV and like, wow under still like you feel at home. Like you see these news that you love, and it was mum, and it was monk that did it. And then after, like I tried to watch like the other. Normal like thirty rock and. They weren't normal, but it was just like the and that was the show where I was like, I have to watch. I have to watch it all. I have to watch everything. Yeah, I felt like so seen my monk. I love that. What do you know what about the show specifically, like spoke to like, yeah, like was there element that was so riveting. I was Sieff. I specifically there's. Sewed. Well, I mean, yes, but also but also like funny, but there's a specifically an episode where it's him and Stanley Tucci and Stanley Tucci plays a character actor who is going to be playing monk in a feature film, and there is a murder that they have to solve that happens like like it's like ends up being sort of related to the taping, but they have to solve it. And Stanley Tucci starts becoming monk and like trying to take over monk's life. That's pretty great, stealing low key hot..
"tony shillue" Discussed on Here & Now
"Last night the quiet little broadway musical the band's visit one big at the tony awards taking ten including best musical best original score for david yazbek best actor and actress in a leading role in a musical for tony shalhoub and katrina lenk best supporting actor for ariel stachel who spoke of his parents in the audience his father and his railey born yemeni i have avoided so many events with them because for so many years of my life i pretended that i was not a middle eastern person and after nine eleven was very very difficult for me and so i can sealed and i missed so many special events with them statue went onto applaud the musical forgiving him and others in the cast a chance to embrace their middle eastern background the band's visit is about an egyptian police ban that arrives accidentally in the dusty isreaeli desert town of bitta tikva with a b instead of the vibrant cultural center of peta tikva with a p as katrina links cafeowner explains to bandleader leader tony shillue p are they know not the arts with a b last january we sat down with katrina lenk director david cromer antoni shillue and started by asking him what this show is really about well that's such a such a gigantic question it i think at at its heart it's about hope and another layer under that is it's about people's ability to forgive by themselves or each other as a first step there's a fight that ensues you're in the middle of a fight between katrina 's character dina and a lover of hers very quiet dignified character that you play but he just bersell you can forgive yeah i think it's a deep lesson that he came to in his own life and didn't take the opportunity or didn't have the understanding to forget and that ended very badly he's learned that if we all could do that in a we can sort of salvage art broken lives well but of course it becomes.
Dayton connections to 2018 Tony awards: Wright State University
"Broadway handed out its highest honors last night jeff london reports on this year's tony awards the band's visit an intimate musical about a group of egyptian musicians coming tune israeli town in the desert took ten awards including best musical game snow the show's stars katrina lenk tony shillue one as well harry potter and the chris child the two part five and a half hour extravaganza from london won best play and angels in america best play revival in an upset the musical revival of once on this island captured the tony in its category beating out my fair lady and carousel for npr news i'm jeff london in new york police in chicago say at least eleven people were shot in the city over the weekend three of those shot were killed the shootings occurred in different parts of the city six people were shot in the same neighborhood early sunday there's no word on any arrests in wisconsin authorities don't yet know what caused the crash of a small plane that left four people dead the single engine cessna went down about a mile north of the airport in monroe those killed were members of the same family also when wisconsin authorities say a helicopter that crashed on saturday and oshkosh hit high tension power lines before plunging into the fox river the pilot was picked was killed investigators say he'd been photographing charity power event before the crash.
"tony shillue" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Fuck episode of television that much totally the best one for me is tony chalupa tony shillue so what's shallow showing his shadows a black hole oh fuck i forgot about that one loom mazing there are cool ideas anyway so over the head he's about to get its and it's mazing like this guy callum keith rennie is doing all this other business before it cuts off muller's head he's got his big acts well let me dismember this body none to it fucking figure it out before he does it scully hits them over the head and it's nice that he she saves him but who could care and this kiner is also floating around right here yes they're trying to find something there is a terrible walter skinner line where they're like where's the blah blah blah and scully's like i don't know and skinner goes while try to google it damn it this enormous iphone from two thousand eight eighty seven minutes i timed it that's the first walter skinner appearance no thank you know why bother yeah if i was the actor i would have been yeah why if i was mitch poletti fuck you mean this move now check big screen befriend i'll take it so she knocks him out and then they go to inside the facility where this thing is going on police skinner's like everybody stop what they're doing at this point you see the sad head in a bucket of ice mop and also the the russian scientists has already started carving into this woman's neck and the guy is like hey man i know you're walking in on this it looks really fucked up you're not wrong but i kind of just started counting this woman's had off and i'd really like to finish that before everything goes south here i don't wanna hit pause on cutting the quick look you're right you're right no no no you're right but let me finish this.