Oct 19, 2017
CONGRESSMAN ADRIANO ESPAILLAT on his ten point plan to save Puerto Rico. Comics JACKIE "THE JOKE MAN" MARTLING, DAVE SIRUS and host of "Trivia HQ" SCOTT ROGOWSKY. Down With Tyranny's HOWIE KLEIN, Financial Crusader AMANDA WERNER, and Constitutional Law Professor COREY BRETTSCHNEIDER.
RICHARD KIND, a Drama Desk Award winner and Tony nominee for the Broadway hit The Big Knife, is an accomplished stage, screen and television actor who continues to redefine the term character actor. Kind is starring as Sam Meyers in the Amazon Original Series Red Oaks. He appeared in the 2013 Best Picture Academy Award-winning Argo. Additional film credits include The Visitor and The Station Agent, among many others, as well as voicing characters in A Bug's Life and Cars. In television, besides his infamous roles on Spin City and Mad About You, Kind starred in the acclaimed HBO series Luck, has guest starred on many shows, and has had recurring roles on Curb Your Enthusiasm and Gotham.On stage, Kind has starred in the smash hit Broadway musical The Producers, The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, Candide, and Bounce, among others. Kind started his career in Chicago with the Practical Theatre Company, founded by Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Brad Hill and Gary Kroeger.
CONGRESSMAN ADRIANO ESPAILLAT represents Harlem and parts of The Bronx. He is the leading voice for saving Puerto Rico.
RICHARD KIND talks about laughing on set, The Black Swan episode of Curb, Carol Burnett, how FDR got polio, Trenton, the beauty and ugliness of Jersey, Katherine Hepburn’s acne, Charles Laughton nightmarish existence, Halloween in Toluca Lake, realizing when you’re too old to trick and or treat, Halloween shenanigans, Diwali, moving from LA to NY to cut down on golf, being addicted to golf, phone ringing on the course, worrying about that phone call, loving to audition, how to audition, who he wishes would go away, The Producers, acting on Broadway, turning down Carnegie Hall to do The Hollywood Bowl, being pre-law, Second City, being a real working actor, Jane Lynch, George Clooney, Nathan Lane, and what David would say if he ever met Clooney, Alan Arkin and jokes.
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