Episode 131: David Pasquesi

David Pasquesi, actor best known for his roles as Blaise St. John on Lodge 49 (now available on Hulu) and Andrew Meyer on HBO’s Veep, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made him who he is today.  Join us, as we discuss witty banter, Buster Keaton tangents, honorable mentions, and eggplant forces.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 131:

Lodge 49 on Hulu and Amazon Prime

Improv at the Speed of Life by David Pasquesi and TJ Jagadowski

Graveyard on YouTube

Truth in Comedy by Charna Halpern, Del Close and Kim “Howard” Johnson

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March 16: Episode 132 featuring another great guest.

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Episode 128: Sam Sawyer

Sam Sawyer, artist and creator of the upcoming animated show S.A.L.E.M., joined me to talk about the movies that made her the creative woman she is today. Join us, as we discuss religious treasures, creepy bunnies doing awful stuff, making it beautiful, and Pong life.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 128:

S.A.L.E.M. on Kickstarter

S.A.L.E.M. on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

Sam Sawyer on Twitter and Instagram

Rob Paulsen’s Voice Lessons on Amazon

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February 3: Episode 129 featuring Casey Merkling, Founding Teacher of Yoga Squared.

Movies Made Me is a part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network. Learn more at dragonwagonradio.com.

Episode 127: Hannah Foster-Ojeda

Hannah Foster-Ojeda, high school student and my co-worker for the Halloween season, sat down with me so we could get to know each other a little better through the movies that made her the bright young woman she is already at this early stage of her life. Join us, as we discuss the Tim Allen horror show, clowns and friendship, ruining popular things, and beautiful trauma.

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January 20: Episode 128 featuring another great guest!

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Episode 121: Donna Canez

Donna Cañez, Manager of Randy’s Donuts (she recently switched from Hollywood & Highland to the West Covina location), sat down with me to talk about the movies that made her who she is today. Join us, as we discuss ignoring the personal, baseball caps and VHS, everybody’s Han Solo, and background images.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 121:

Randy’s Donuts

Donna Cañez on Instagram

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October 28: Episode 122 from Los Angeles Comic Con, featuring creators from Artists Alley.

November 11: Episode 123 featuring Laser Malena-Webber of The Doubleclicks and author of Crowdfunding for Musicians.

Movies Made Me is a part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network. Learn more at dragonwagonradio.com.

Episode 119: Rebecca Evans

Rebecca Evans, host of The Art, on which she interviews creatives about the art with which they live their lives, sits down with me to talk about the movies that made her who she is today. Join us, as we talk about the icky and the not-so-bad, creative benchmarks, making fun of Florida, and snapping strings.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 119:

The Art website

The Art on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:

September 30: Episode 120, featuring Emily Schmemily, host of Dunston Checks Min and Go Go Godzilla.

October 14: Episode 121, featuring Donna Cañez, Manager of Randy’s Donuts in Hollywood.

Movies Made Me is a part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network. Learn more at dragonwagonradio.com.

Episode 113: Sarah Oliver

Sarah Oliver, Host of Mythunderstood and actor/writer/director of short films, sat down with me to discuss the movies that made her who she is today. Join us, as we talk about practical creepiness, Lin-Manuel Andrews, architectural archeologists, and nerdy travel.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 113:

Sarah Oliver on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

Mythunderstood

Where’s Mario? on YouTube

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Movies Made Me is a part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network. Learn more at dragonwagonradio.com.

Episode 112: Alex Kojfman

Alex Kojfman, comedian, creator of Comic Books and Comedy at Hi De Ho Comics in Santa Monica, CA, and host of Script vs Screen, sits down with me to share the movies that made him who he is today. Join us, as we discuss Thrones of Who, lottery head movies, ass impressions, and value dating. Be sure to buy Alex’s brand-new album, This Is the Sound of My Voice, now available on iTunes!

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 112:

This Is the Sound of My Voice – Alex’s new album on iTunes

Alex Kojfman website

Alex Kojfman on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

Comic Books and Comedy at Hi De Ho Comics

Script vs Screen podcast

Authentic Relating L.A.

Movies Made Me – Episode 80 – Josh Saltzman

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June 24: Episode 113, featuring actress Sarah Oliver, host of Mythunderstood.

Movies Made Me is a part of the Dragon Wagon Radio independent podcast network. Learn more at dragonwagonradio.com.