TCCS #2: Seedy Pedestrian
On the second episode of the Talent Crush Chat Show, Stevie sings the praises of Tina Fey, Chris expounds on the genius of Marc Bernardin, and the pair interview singer-songwriter Teri Brown about her music and her love of Drew Barrymore before dishing out some TV-themed Unreliable Advice.
Tina Fey is a writer, improvisor, actor, producer and more. She began her career as the first female head writer of Saturday Night Live, went on to create 30 Rock and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and wrote the hit-film-turned-Broadway-musical Mean Girls. Her work has earned Emmys, Golden Globes, SAG Awards, and the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Marc Bernardin has been an entertainment journalist for over twenty years and has also written for comic books and television shows. He is the former film editor for the LA times, and his work has also appeared in the Hollywood Reporter, GQ, Wired, and The Guardian UK. He co-hosts the Fatman On Batman podcast with Kevin Smith and is formidable on Twitter.
Multi-talented musician, performer, writer, and filmmaker Teri Brown chats with Stevie & Chris about treating your art like a job, having confidence in your abilities, Instagram models, the robot uprising, and more! Then she shares her Talent Crush, Drew Barrymore.
Music video for 'Falling Down'
Teri's short film 'He Thought/She Thought'
The Talent Crush Chat Show podcast is written, edited, and produced by Christopher Royce and Stevie Jackson
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