Cameron Monaghan joins the show to talk about the variety of roles he’s had on shows like Gotham, Shameless, and Malcolm in The Middle. We also talk about what he does to research for roles, food poisoning, and some of his creative outlets.
Brandon Rogers tells his story of becoming a star on YouTube and recalls some of the jobs he had before getting his big break. We also talk about the impact YouTube has on content creation and its influence on younger generations. Brandon then shares his excitement and concerns with creating his newest (and hilarious) series, Magic Funhouse.
Dayton Callie (Sons of Anarchy, Deadwood) reminisces about his incredible journey working countless odd jobs in order to support his family and his love for playing music. Along the way, he found a passion for acting which propelled him farther than he could have ever imagined.
Watch Dayton’s latest film, Abattoir, available now in theaters, VOD and Digital HD.
The Watercooler #53 Matt Fondiler, Gary Smith, Mike Dawson, Nick Davis, Caelan Biehn and I wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the watercooler. We talk about gift-giving, Apple AirPods, and bowl games. Plus, we chat with a listener on the phone for some Female Perspective.
Beer: Second Self Thai Wheat and Mole Porter (Thanks Drew!)
Kenny Aronoff is one of the greatest rock drummers alive. He’s toured and played on albums with: John Mellencamp, John Fogerty, Jon Bon Jovi, Smashing Pumpkins, and countless other legends. On this episode of Resume, he talks about the rigourous practice and hard work needed to achieve his level of success. He also shares some stories about what it’s like to be a rock star and some of the highlights of his career (like watching the Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964 to play alongside Paul and Ringo 50 years later).