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I’m Michael Rosenbaum, I’ve spent the better part of the last two decades in and out of film and television - mostly known for playing the bald dude on the show Smallville. I’m the guy that you probably don’t know by name, but when you see my face you might say “oh, that guy from that thing.” I’ve befriended some of the most talented people in the business, but it wasn’t until I started inviting them into my home that I realized, I didn’t really know these people. What started as me having s ...
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Jennifer Love Hewitt (Ghost Whisperer, 9-1-1) is back on the pod this week to share beautiful lessons from her late mother and how they’ve allowed her to navigate life with gratitude and a priority for passion (not obligation). Jennifer talks a lot about the Catch-22 in this industry when it comes to aging, along with her realization that she can ‘…
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Adrianne Palicki (Friday Night Lights, The Orville) joins us this week to discuss her experience in this industry - evolving from wanting to escape from Toledo to now wanting to avoid the incestuous nature of comparison within Los Angeles. Adrianne remembers her first big break on Smallville and why it was uncomfortable shooting a couple scenes in …
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David Krumholtz (Oppenheimer, Numbers) joins us this week to candidly share his experience overcoming thyroid cancer, the difficulties surrounding this disease while working in Hollywood, and how it was preceded by a nine month panic attack. Later, David talks about the validation he received from Christopher Nolan after landing a prominent role in…
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Peter Facinelli (Twilight, Nurse Jackie) joins us this week to share the crazy experience of going from the lead actor to director in ON FIRE. Peter explores the importance of this new film in paying respect to first responders while also paving a way in the current film industry. We also talk about lessons learned through his tenure on Nurse Jacki…
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Go follow Glover‼️👇 📸 https://www.instagram.com/thejohnglover/ ✖️ https://twitter.com/realjohnglover John Glover (Smallville, Tony Award Winner) joins us in studio for an open and honest conversation about aging in this industry while wanting to stay busy amidst all the craziness that has surrounded us over the past few years. John talks more about…
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World famous new wave radio DJ Richard Blade joins us this week to share endless stories from his iconic career full of huge name drops. From Michael Jackson private events to being fed by Barbara Streisand to hitch hiking with Richard Branson… Richard Blade shared it all this week. He also opens up about his mistakes in life and how his dog saved …
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Jamie-Lynn Sigler (The Sopranos, Not Today Pal) returns this week to share her cathartic breakdown and the work she’s done over the last five years to process her journey with MS. Jamie-Lynn talks about her move to Austin and how Rob Iler and she were adopted into the YMH Studios family. We also talk about her love for The Sopranos, the proper way …
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Candice King (The Vampire Diaries, After We Collided) joins us this week and is an open book - talking about her experience with the cast and crew of Vampire Diaries, how there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach with therapy, and the stress of shifting relationship dynamics like divorce. Candice shares stories about how the shows she’s been a part …
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Heather Langenkamp (A Nightmare on Elm Street, Dream Warriors) joins us this week to share her experience as one of the most iconic scream queens as Nancy in A Nightmare on Elm Street and what her opinion of horror as a genre has turned into. Heather opens up and shares her struggles losing a child to brain cancer, and why Mike Flanagan’s script in…
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Vincent D'Onofrio (Law & Order, Full Metal Jacket) joins us this week and opens up on his process of letting go on set, fully embracing the idea of failure in service of a better artistic performance. Vincent is candid about his decade long experience on Law & Order - from the burnout he suffered on set, to the disdain certain crew had for his choi…
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Ryan Kelley (Teen Wolf) joins us this week and talks about his unique experience of growing up as a child actor with 14 siblings and hitting it big on one of MTV’s most successful series Teen Wolf. Seeing Ryan was a blast from the past - we open with him remembering guesting on Smallville and how it was his gateway into taking acting seriously. We …
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Anthony LaPaglia (Empire Records, Without a Trace) joins us this week to share story after story from his incredible tenure in this industry and how he’s been able to sustain such a respected career. Anthony drops a bomb when he talks about his recent ‘induced coma,’ the visions he had coming out of it, and the positive changes it brought to his li…
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Jamie Kennedy joins us this week to reflect on his tenured career making cult classics like Scream and Malibu’s Most Wanted, while pointing out how much the industry has changed and where he sees it devolving. Jamie was so open this week - he really got to us when he shared stories from his parents’ passing, the regrets he had throughout the proces…
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Awesome episode this week! James & Oliver Phelps (Harry Potter, Fantastic Friends) joins us to share their experience in one of the biggest film and media franchises of all time - Harry Potter. The boys share funny stories from their journey as the Weasley twins from auditioning in different clothes, to preventing tanning while on vacation, to talk…
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Bonnie Wright (Harry Potter) joins us this week to share what it was like growing up in the middle of one of the largest film franchises of all time in Harry Potter - going from age 9 to 19 as Ginny Weasley. Bonnie talks about growing up on set with her fellow cast mates and the love she had for the late great Alan Rickman and Robbie Coltrane. We a…
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Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds) gets candid with his experience on Vampire Diaries from the stress filled, frantic auditions to the burn out of the CW hit show spanning nine years. Paul talks about the importance of therapy and opens up on the lowest point in his life, despite being at the height of his career. He a…
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Paul Walter Hauser (Black Bird, Richard Jewell) joins us this week to share how he mentally prepares for his transformative character roles in projects like Richard Jewell and Blackbird, while also being present, hilarious, and able to do a mean Gilbert Gottfried impression. Paul opens on the dualities he’s faced throughout his life and how he’s be…
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Helen Slater (Supergirl, The Legend of Billie Jean) joins us this week to talk about her experience being thrust into the iconic role of Supergirl at 18 years old and the many different pressures and difficulties that came along with it. Helen was so open this week - she gets candid about her desire to act and the deep fulfillment that she receives…
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Rachel Bilson (The O.C., Jumper) joins us to clarify some important questions we had, like: is farting in a relationship kosher and does coffee constitute dating… In all seriousness, she was great this week. Rachel talked about the idea of listening to how your body responds to certain triggers around past traumas, the importance of taking accounta…
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Néstor Carbonell (Bates Motel, Lost) joins us this week and shares his experience coming from a family of Cuban exiles, following expectations of going to Harvard, and then using leverage to make a name for himself on one of the biggest shows of all time… Lost. Néstor was great this week. We talked about his humble beginnings, and never ‘taking for…
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🚨 This episode was recorded before the SAG-AFTRA strike. For more information visit: https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/ Carrie-Anne Moss (Matrix, Memento) joins us this week to share the work she’s done to be able to sustain such a career in this industry by prioritizing internal validation over external praise and not feeding into the false hype of H…
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Seann William Scott (American Pie, Dude Where’s My Car?) joins us this week to share why his new film The Wrath of Becky was so fulfilling and how they were able to create a perfect blend of comedy and horror. Really appreciate Seann getting open this week… He talked about some of his lowest points in life and why he‘a always maintained a sense of …
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Dee Wallace (Cujo, E.T.) joins us this week and shares her passion for teaching life, creation, and manifestation while taking us through the heartbreaking loss that triggered transformation. Dee defends the impact that horror films can have on children while sharing awesome stories from her time filming Cujo, The Hills Have Eyes, and other classic…
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Andrew McCarthy (Pretty in Pink, Weekend at Bernie’s) joins us this week to talk all about his New York Times Best Selling book “Walking with Sam” and how he’s learned from tumultuous experiences with his own family how important it is to have honest, adult relationships with his children. Andrew goes on to talk about his relationship with the Brat…
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Eric McCormack & Steven Weber (Will & Grace, Wings) join me this week on Inside of You to talk about their new show Eating Out… get your heads out of the gutter. We go back and forth over our journey in the industry and how - as time progresses and mortality sinks in, we begin to move past ‘the superficial’ and allow ourselves to get deeper. These …
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