Ryan Pigg, Co-Executive Producer of Historical Roasts on Netflix, co-creator of Historical Roast and Fictional Roast live shows, and writer/actor with The Burbs Sketch Comedy and Barbershop Improv, sat down with me to talk about the movies that made him. Join us, as we discuss Benny and the Marx, Gandork, building palaces, and Hamiltoons.
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Be sure to join me for these upcoming episodes:
August 5: Episode 116 from San Diego Comic Con, featuring conversations from the convention floor.
August 19: Episode 117, featuring Valerie Douroux-Schultz, location scout/manager and co-founder of Concise Focus Content.
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