Leave for the far world of grammar

Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control about the blind texts it is an almost unorthographic life One day however a small line of blind text by the name of Lorem Ipsum decided to leave for the far World of Grammar. The Big Oxmox advised her not to do so, because there were thousands of bad Commas, wild Question Marks and devious Semikoli, but the Little Blind Text didn’t listen.

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S8EP21 A New York Christmas Wedding with filmmaker Otoja Abit

OTOJA ABIT, is a film maker and actor, best known for his award-winning debut short, Jitters in which he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in. Otoja expands on the theme of his short Jitters with his first-of-its-kind urban-leaning holiday film A New York Christmas Wedding that touches on some of the themes involving the LGBTQIA […]

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S8EP20 Conversation with actress Tammy Kaitz

“I’m sort of a Julia Roberts type, with the sass of Annie Potts and a drop of Larry David!” Tammy Kaitz Tweet This is how Tammy describes herself on her website www.tammykaitz.com and I can see why. Tammy is a fantastic actress, with a wealth of experience dating back to when she was 3 years […]

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S8EP19 Sensei Ron Thomas talks Cobra Kai & more

Ron Thomas is one of the original cast from The Karate Kid where he played Bobby, the member of Cobra Kai who had a conscience and tried to steer his friend Johnny in the right direction as well as stood up against Kreese. Ron reprised his role as Bobby in the worldwide #1 hit show […]

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S8EP18 Clive Mantle talks Robin of Sherwood, Game of Thrones & more

Clive Mantle is a British actor with over 40 years in the industry. He has worked extensively in theatre, tv and film, having appeared in some instant classics such as Robin of Sherwood, Game of Thrones, Alien 3, Casualty and Holby to name but a few. He has worked alongside some of the best comedians […]

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S8EP17 Singer Aneesa Sheikh talks to me about her new single “New Normal”

Breakout musician, Aneesa Sheikh just released her latest new “New Normal” on September 18th. The song reflects on Aneesa’s very close relationship with her father who suddenly suffered from two strokes in her early teens. The dynamics after the experience changed her life and she found herself adapting to a “new normal” way of living. […]

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S8EP16 Cobra Kai actor Jon Levine chats with me about his career and more

Jon Levine began acting at a very early age, doing commercials before going into various careers in his life, before moving into stand up comedy where he became a success. He decided to go back into acting again and moved to Atlanta, where he currently resides and has had several roles and continues to build […]

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S8EP15 Sean Kanan talks to me about his career and more

Sean Kanan is a US actor known for his role as Mike Barnes in Karate Kid Pt 3 as well as many more credits including long standing role as AJ Quartmaine in General Hospital and also for creating and starring in the multi award winning Studio City which is currently prepping for a second season. […]

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S8EP14 Actor Rick Perez talks to me ahead of appearing in S3 of Cobra Kai on Netflix

Rick Perez is an American actor who has had a recurring role in The Resident and will soon be seen on Season 3 of the awesome show Cobra Kai, which has just moved to Netflix. Rick grew up in Brooklyn and has worked consistently hard through his life to follow his passion. He landed a […]

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S8EP13 Erin Bradley Dangar talks about being part of Cobra Kai, her band and more

I chat with Erin Bradley Dangar about her experience in musical theatre and our mutual love of it, as well as her many talents as a bass player, touring with her own band, acting, and her landing her role as Counsellor Blatt on Cobra Kai https://youtu.be/s86jL36vhkA

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S8EP12 Cobra Kai’s Rose Bianco talks to me about playing Rosa Diaz, her love for theatre & more.

Rose Bianco is a classically trained actress who started out on the stage. Moving to San Francisco from Chicago, she became involved with Les Nicolettes feminist comedy theatre troupe. It was in San Francisco where she went to the comedy club, and the one and only Robin Williams stopped in and did a one hour […]

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