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Podcast Nonsense's Patrick Krebs, sits with creative and like minded friends, for an honest conversation.

Latest Episodes

Episode #13 - Alex Powers

EAlex Powers is a Comic and an Actress. She discusses her secret sauce for comedy. We also get into a pretty controversial discussion about racism in Baltimore, the North and the South and the conditions surrounding the disenfranchised in America's cities.

82 MIN2015 MAY 4
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Episode #13 - Alex Powers

Episode #12 - Shaun Cashman

Shaun Cashman is a Supervising Producer and Director on Animated Television shows. His credits include The Simpsons, King of the Hill, and Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja. He talks about his experiences working with Disney, Nickelodeon and shares what it's like to introduce your children to Star Wars for the first time.

56 MIN2015 APR 27
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Episode #12 - Shaun Cashman

Episode #11 - Liz Germain

Liz Germain visits the podcast this week to share her experience as an Internet entrepreneur. We talk about landing pages, split testing. She also provides all sorts of information to go research to help people get started. Her business is SuperSistersFitness.com and her new venture TheRealFoodReset.com.

64 MIN2015 APR 13
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Episode #11 - Liz Germain

Episode #10 - Juliana James

Juliana James visits the week to talk about developing TV shows for Nickelodeon, and Dreamworks. She discusses the virtues of rubbing things in the Vatican, the New Pope, Haunted Hotels, and The Arizona Vortex. We also examine my fear of authority, the current state of the American Space program and The Trolley Problem.

94 MIN2015 APR 6
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Episode #10 - Juliana James

Episode #9 - Marya Gullo

According to Marya Gullo, a Digital Photo Director at Playboy, we are living in, "The Age of the Ass." Marya Gullo joins Podcast Nonsense this week to share about what it's like working for Playboy, UFC and Maxim. We talk about all sorts of fun stuff from growing up in New York City in the 80's, to finding Playboy's in the woods, to her recent vacation through the Donner pass. She brings up ancient seafaring nations, Native American's that fought with Vikings, Ancestor worship, Cannibalism, Vampires and trying to make Playboy's website "Safe for Work".

66 MIN2015 MAR 23
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Episode #9 - Marya Gullo

Episode #8 - Madeline Blue

Madeline Blue joins the podcast and discusses her experience as an actress in Los Angeles. She opens up about what it is like to be a woman in the industry, ways women are taken advantage of and the modern ways casting directors and agents have preyed on young actresses to produce social media attention for their projects.

69 MIN2015 MAR 16
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Episode #8 - Madeline Blue

Episode #7 - Brian Dannelly

Brian Dannelly co-wrote and directed Saved! starring Mandy Moore and Macaulay Culkin; and Struck by Lightning written by Chris Colfer. He has also directed countless television shows including the pilot episodes of Weeds and Help Me, Help You. In addition he has directed Girlfriends Guide to Divorce, United States of Tara and Pushing Daisies. He shares his gratitude and personal experiences directing actors like Chris Colfer, Ted Danson, Mary-Louise Parker and Lisa Edelstein. Brian is currently working on Faking it and Akward for MTV and has just finished writing a pilot with Michael Urban. In addition to writing and directing, Dannelly teaches at the American Film Institute.

61 MIN2015 MAR 9
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Episode #7 - Brian Dannelly

Episode #6 - Miles Szanto

Miles Szanto talks about going back to Australia to shoot his latest movie, his process as an actor, meditation and the importance of staying present. He also discusses about his experience with Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton when he played the of role 'Eliot' in 'Tusk Tusk' while at the Sydney Theatre Company. We also delve into the Ego, the Self and the little voice in everyone’s head.

56 MIN2015 MAR 2
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Episode #6 - Miles Szanto

Episode #5 - Jason Meier

Jason Meier, reminisces about his time with The Groundlings, iO West, and the beginning of his career in Visual Effects and Animation. He also talks about his work on Star Trek: Voyager and Deep Space Nine, Freddy vs. Jason and Exorcist: The Beginning. Finally he offers advice and instructions on how to get ahead and get noticed in the entertainment industry.

104 MIN2015 FEB 23
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Episode #5 - Jason Meier

Episode #4 - Demetrios Patsiaris

Demetrios Patsiaris, discusses his trials with the Visual Effects industry and a disillusionment with movie making. He also shares some real fears about getting older as we explore existential questions like what are we doing here and what kind of mark do we leave.

88 MIN2015 FEB 16
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Episode #4 - Demetrios Patsiaris

Latest Episodes

Episode #13 - Alex Powers

EAlex Powers is a Comic and an Actress. She discusses her secret sauce for comedy. We also get into a pretty controversial discussion about racism in Baltimore, the North and the South and the conditions surrounding the disenfranchised in America's cities.

82 MIN2015 MAY 4
Comments
Episode #13 - Alex Powers

Episode #12 - Shaun Cashman

Shaun Cashman is a Supervising Producer and Director on Animated Television shows. His credits include The Simpsons, King of the Hill, and Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja. He talks about his experiences working with Disney, Nickelodeon and shares what it's like to introduce your children to Star Wars for the first time.

56 MIN2015 APR 27
Comments
Episode #12 - Shaun Cashman

Episode #11 - Liz Germain

Liz Germain visits the podcast this week to share her experience as an Internet entrepreneur. We talk about landing pages, split testing. She also provides all sorts of information to go research to help people get started. Her business is SuperSistersFitness.com and her new venture TheRealFoodReset.com.

64 MIN2015 APR 13
Comments
Episode #11 - Liz Germain

Episode #10 - Juliana James

Juliana James visits the week to talk about developing TV shows for Nickelodeon, and Dreamworks. She discusses the virtues of rubbing things in the Vatican, the New Pope, Haunted Hotels, and The Arizona Vortex. We also examine my fear of authority, the current state of the American Space program and The Trolley Problem.

94 MIN2015 APR 6
Comments
Episode #10 - Juliana James

Episode #9 - Marya Gullo

According to Marya Gullo, a Digital Photo Director at Playboy, we are living in, "The Age of the Ass." Marya Gullo joins Podcast Nonsense this week to share about what it's like working for Playboy, UFC and Maxim. We talk about all sorts of fun stuff from growing up in New York City in the 80's, to finding Playboy's in the woods, to her recent vacation through the Donner pass. She brings up ancient seafaring nations, Native American's that fought with Vikings, Ancestor worship, Cannibalism, Vampires and trying to make Playboy's website "Safe for Work".

66 MIN2015 MAR 23
Comments
Episode #9 - Marya Gullo

Episode #8 - Madeline Blue

Madeline Blue joins the podcast and discusses her experience as an actress in Los Angeles. She opens up about what it is like to be a woman in the industry, ways women are taken advantage of and the modern ways casting directors and agents have preyed on young actresses to produce social media attention for their projects.

69 MIN2015 MAR 16
Comments
Episode #8 - Madeline Blue

Episode #7 - Brian Dannelly

Brian Dannelly co-wrote and directed Saved! starring Mandy Moore and Macaulay Culkin; and Struck by Lightning written by Chris Colfer. He has also directed countless television shows including the pilot episodes of Weeds and Help Me, Help You. In addition he has directed Girlfriends Guide to Divorce, United States of Tara and Pushing Daisies. He shares his gratitude and personal experiences directing actors like Chris Colfer, Ted Danson, Mary-Louise Parker and Lisa Edelstein. Brian is currently working on Faking it and Akward for MTV and has just finished writing a pilot with Michael Urban. In addition to writing and directing, Dannelly teaches at the American Film Institute.

61 MIN2015 MAR 9
Comments
Episode #7 - Brian Dannelly

Episode #6 - Miles Szanto

Miles Szanto talks about going back to Australia to shoot his latest movie, his process as an actor, meditation and the importance of staying present. He also discusses about his experience with Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton when he played the of role 'Eliot' in 'Tusk Tusk' while at the Sydney Theatre Company. We also delve into the Ego, the Self and the little voice in everyone’s head.

56 MIN2015 MAR 2
Comments
Episode #6 - Miles Szanto

Episode #5 - Jason Meier

Jason Meier, reminisces about his time with The Groundlings, iO West, and the beginning of his career in Visual Effects and Animation. He also talks about his work on Star Trek: Voyager and Deep Space Nine, Freddy vs. Jason and Exorcist: The Beginning. Finally he offers advice and instructions on how to get ahead and get noticed in the entertainment industry.

104 MIN2015 FEB 23
Comments
Episode #5 - Jason Meier

Episode #4 - Demetrios Patsiaris

Demetrios Patsiaris, discusses his trials with the Visual Effects industry and a disillusionment with movie making. He also shares some real fears about getting older as we explore existential questions like what are we doing here and what kind of mark do we leave.

88 MIN2015 FEB 16
Comments
Episode #4 - Demetrios Patsiaris
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