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Talkward is a podcast about telling real life awkward tales. Funny, terrible, cringeworthy stories that you will be happy didn't happen to you!

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#40 Talkward w/ guest Brittany Brave

Today on Talkward is comedy person Brittany Brave! Brittany does stand-up, improv, produces shows all over NYC and has recently started Violently Funny, a podcast and live show that shines a light on domestic violence. We discuss her comedy, getting older, meeting Robert De Niro while having a mouthful of peanut M&Ms and terrible TV. Go see her show 1/31 at Caveat! Get tickets here and follow her ontwitter @britbrave instagram @brittanybrave @violentlyfunny and brittanybrave.com More about Violently Funny: Violently Funny is a comedic podcast about domestic violence, dating, sex and sisterhood hosted by survivors Onika McLean (@divaofcomedy) and Brittany Brave (@brittanybrave.) Don’t punch back– punch up. New episodes every Tuesday!

54 MINJAN 24
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#40 Talkward w/ guest Brittany Brave

#39 Talkward w/ guest Ronny Pascale

This episode of Talkward welcomes comedy writer and performer Ronny Pascale! Ronny has toured the country with his sketch group, produces variety shows, and has amassed a loyal following on social media by simply writing great jokes. We discuss his process, his fears and why he is DONE with improv. (spoiler, he started another improv class already) See his shows at The PIT in NYC!Follow him @ronnypascale on IG and twitter.

71 MINJAN 10
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#39 Talkward w/ guest Ronny Pascale

#38 Talkward w/ guest James Folta

This spooky Halloween episode of Talkward welcomes humor writer and performer James Folta! James writes for The New Yorker, McSweeney’s , Weekly Humorist and is the Managing Editor of Points In Case. James also is a co-founder of The Satire and Humor Festival which is in NYC in March but just announced a pop-up weekend in Chicago in November! Check it out here and go! We discuss Halloween costumes, writing, book publishing and James’ current projects in writing and pitching new narrative humor podcasts. Also, who knew how bad at math we both are! Jokes! James also teaches humor and parody. Follow him on twitter @JamesFolta and we’ll see you at the festival!

55 MIN2019 NOV 1
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#38 Talkward w/ guest James Folta

#37 Talkward w/ guests Bob Eckstein, Steve McGinn and Robert Leighton

This very special episode of Talkward welcomes cartoonists Bob Eckstein, Steve McGinn, and Robert Leighton! Full house! They stopped by the studio after going by The New Yorker to submit some cartoons. We discuss the joke writing process, appearances on old game shows, and we dissect the reasons why some of Steve’s cartoons got rejected very, very quickly. We also chat about Bob Eckstein’s new book, “Everyone’s A Critic- The Ultimate Cartoon Book” which is on sale now and you should go buy it right now! ABOUT THE BOOK: We are all critics now. From social media “likes” to reviews on Yelp and Rotten Tomatoes, we’re constantly asked to give our opinion and offer feedback. Everyone’s a Criticis a curated collection of the best and brightestNew Yorkercartoonists celebrating the art of the drawn critique, whether about restaurants, art, sports, dates, friends, or modern life. Featuring the work of thirty-six masters of the cartoon, including Roz Chast, Sam Gross, Nick Downes, Liza Donnelly, Bob Mankoff, Michael Maslin, and Mick Stevens, over half the cartoons in this book appear in print for the first time.

108 MIN2019 OCT 25
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#37 Talkward w/ guests Bob Eckstein, Steve McGinn and Robert Leighton

#36 Talkward w/ guests Michael Bleicher & Andy Newton

This episode of Talkward welcomes comedy writers and authors Michael Bleicher and Andy Newton! The humor writing duo has been published in McSweeney’s, Points In Case, Crack The Spine and Weekly Humorist. They discuss their writing process, the power of Google Docs, and the state of the world. Their debut novel “From the Campaign Trail or Thereabouts” a satirical road trip comedy taking place during the events of the 2016 election is on sale now from imprint Humorist Books. About the book! From the Campaign Trail or Thereabouts is the story of two insulated Upper West Side journalists, Harold Carlyle, a self-serving, incompetent reporter desperate to save both his career and marriage, and his wife, Pattie, an observant, sharp-tongued, and successful television critic. When Harold is assigned to cover the 2016 Presidential Election, he devises a scheme to save his marriage by taking Pattie with him across the country. Harold pledges that they’ll be able to reach San Diego on his publication’s dime, a promise that consistently fails to come to fruition. As Harold lackadaisically covers the Republican campaign, the couple discovers the absurdities and dark contradictions of American culture, from a Neo-Nazi group preoccupied with following parliamentary procedure, to Iowa state fairs, a pair of 9/11 Truthers celebrating their golden anniversary on a cross-country train trip, a Republican Convention inexplicably teeming with Russians, underwhelming chain motels (“‘Best’ Western. It’s like Napoleon crowning himself emperor. You can’t just award it to yourself”), online trolls, combination truck stops and adult emporiums, I Love Lucy, and the dubious efficacy of their marriage counselor’s communication exercises. Despite his elaborate schemes and quick-witted excuses, Harold’s career and marriage continue to unravel, until he stumbles upon a flash drive with transcripts of off-color conversations revealing collusion between Donald Trump and a Kremlin emissary. From the Campaign Trail or Thereabouts dives into the contradictory, divided, and all-too-often unsettling state of the union. Like Huck Finn meets Game Change, this novel examines the politicians and popular figures who played starring roles in 2016 and holds up a mirror to the electorate that ultimately made Trumpism possible. At the same time, the narrative is propelled by the comic friction of the reader’s two guides on this trek, a class-conscious striver continually failing upward and a sardonic workaholic with codependency issues. Characterized by brisk, witty banter, Harold and Pattie’s marriage grounds the satire in a jocose, humanizing story of a troubled relationship and foiled ambition.

63 MIN2019 OCT 18
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#36 Talkward w/ guests Michael Bleicher & Andy Newton

#35 Talkward w/ guest Jessica Delfino

Today on Talkward is musical comedy extraordinaire Jessica Delfino! Jessica is a critically acclaimed and award winning comedic musician who has performed her quirky comedy songs all over the world. She launched the New York Comedy Music Festival (first called the Funny Songs festival) in 2012. We discuss her newest album ‘Songs To make War to (14 Anarchist Anthems for the Whole Family)’ Botnik Studios, Mom Comedy shows and she reads me with her 40% accurate Psychic powers! Called “Lower East Side’s Queen of Obscene” by The Village Voice and awarded a “Voice Choice” Award for “Best Guitar Slinging Comedian”, the “ECNY Best Comedic Musician” award, and a finalist in the Andy Kaufman Award, Jessica has appeared on Good Morning America, The Jim Gaffigan Show, CNN’s Stroumboulopoulos, at the infamous Reading and Leeds Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Fest, Dublin Comedy Festival, on stage with Weird Al Yankovic in the Apocalypse Tour and much more. Follow her on twiter and insta at @jessicadelfino and jessicadelfino.com

61 MIN2019 JUN 26
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#35 Talkward w/ guest Jessica Delfino

#34 Talkward w/ guest Mike Sacks

This episode of Talkward welcomes the very talented comedy author Mike Sacks! We discuss comedy, his journey and how people keep mistaking him for Jon Hamm. Mike has written forThe New Yorker, The New York Times, McSweeney’s, Funny or Die, Mad Magazine,and countless other staples in humor content. He is currently on the editorial staff forVanity Fair.He has written over a dozen books includingPoking a Dead Frog.Stinker Let Loose,a novelization was turned into an Audible audiobook in 2017 starring Jon Hamm as Stinker, Rhea Seehorn, Andy Ritcher, and others. His recent book, Randy: The Full and Complete Unedited Biography and Memoir of the Amazing Life and Times of Randy S.!,has been produced as an audio serial on Stitcher.

73 MIN2019 JUN 14
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#34 Talkward w/ guest Mike Sacks

#33 Talkward w/ guest Eric D’Alessandro

This episode of Talkward welcomes comedian and actor Eric D’Alessandro! Eric has a commanding internet following across multiple platforms where he has leveraged digital media reach to drastically grow his fan base His short videos get an average of 50 thousand views each, which helps him sell out shows and land acting roles. He’s been in the film Nerve and the season 3 premiere episode of Insecure on HBO. We discuss his Staten Island roots as a source of much of his best material. Follow him on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericdalessandro and more info on upcoming shows: https://linktr.ee/ericdalessandro

59 MIN2019 MAY 23
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#33 Talkward w/ guest Eric D’Alessandro

#32 Talkward w/ guest Irving Ruan

This episode of Talkward welcomes San Francisco based humor writer, actor, comedian, playwright, and engineer Irving Ruan! Irving writes regularly for The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, Weekly Humorist as well SlackJaw, where he is also an editor! We discuss his creative journey and his time running a startup tech company! Recorded over the weekend of The Satire and Humor Festival, March 2019. Read all of Irving’s writing at irvingruan.com and follow him on twitter @irvingruan

44 MIN2019 APR 10
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#32 Talkward w/ guest Irving Ruan

#31 Talkward w/ guest Jeffrey Gurian

This episode of Talkward welcomes NYC comedy legend Jeffrey Gurian. If you don’t know Jeffrey, then you aren’t a NY comedy person, so get in the know! He’s written, performed, produced comedy with so many huge names like Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Amy Poehler, and Seth Rogen. He’s written many books and has a regular comedy column and YouTube series. We discuss he latest book Healing Your Heart By Changing Your Mind. Go buy it! We also discuss how we both overcame speech obstacles and lessons for being happy! More about Jeffrey Gurian: People often refer to Jeffrey Gurian as a “Renaissance Man”, not because that’s when he was born, but because he’s involved in so many things. He’s a comedy writer, performer, director, author, producer, doctor and Healer, and not always in that order. He’s worked with and befriended many big stars and comedy legends, like Rodney Dangerfield, Joan Rivers, George Wallace, Phil Hartman, Richard Belzer, Jerry Lewis, and Andrew “Dice” Clay, among many others. Jeffrey has performed stand-up comedy at most of the big clubs in NY and L.A. and was featured several times on Comedy Central’s hit Kroll Show with Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen, Laura Dern and Katy Perry. He was actually the first to be pranked with Too Much Tuna in the viral “Too Much Tuna” sketch and was also a regular on-air personality on Sirius XM’s Bennington Show, (formerly Ron and Fez), where he also brought on special guests/friends like Russell Peters, Trevor Noah, Colin Quinn, Artie Lange, Susie Essman, D.L. Hughley, and Lisa Lampanelli. He’s also a comedy journalist and for the last five years he’s written a weekly column covering the comedy scene for The Interrobang called “Jumping Around With Jeffrey Gurian”, and has also written for MTV, National Lampoon, Weekly World News, The Weekly Humorist and many Friars Roasts. His Comedy Matters TV, You Tube channel has over 500 A-list celebrity interviews including Jimmy Fallon, Chelsea Handler, Jim Carrey, Trevor Noah, Lisa Lampanelli, Susie Essman, Gilbert Gottfried, John Mulaney, and many, many more, and is closing in on two million views. He’s produced shows starring Kevin Hart and Susie Essman, and according to Paul Provenza, and Nick Kroll is known by everyone in comedy. He was honored to have been given his own column in the legendary Weekly World News, ( the pre-cursor to The Onion), called “Gurian’s World of the Bizarre”. That led to the creation of GNN (Gurian News Network) which brings you the most unusual stories in The Universe, missed by mainstream media. He claims to have not slept in many years in order to bring these stories to light! He filmed several episodes of Real Housewives of New York and created a sketch for Countess LuAnn and Princess Carole Radziwill, and recently filmed an episode of Crashing at the request of director Judd Apatow. He’s written six books. His latest book “Healing Your Heart, By Changing Your Mind – A Spiritual and Humorous Approach To Achieving Happiness” recently attained Best Seller status on Amazon, and is available as an e-book, a paperback and an audio book as of December 2018. Jeffrey is also a doctor, a former Cosmetic Dentist, and a former Clinical Professor at NYU in the Oral Medicine/Oro-Facial Pain Department, and is on the Board of The Assoc. For Spirituality and Psychotherapy since 1999, plus he developed a cure for Stuttering which he used to cure himself of a severe stutter! For more on Jeffrey visit his website at http://www.comedymatterstv.com And on Twitter and IG he’s @jeffr

70 MIN2019 MAR 31
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#31 Talkward w/ guest Jeffrey Gurian

Latest Episodes

#40 Talkward w/ guest Brittany Brave

Today on Talkward is comedy person Brittany Brave! Brittany does stand-up, improv, produces shows all over NYC and has recently started Violently Funny, a podcast and live show that shines a light on domestic violence. We discuss her comedy, getting older, meeting Robert De Niro while having a mouthful of peanut M&Ms and terrible TV. Go see her show 1/31 at Caveat! Get tickets here and follow her ontwitter @britbrave instagram @brittanybrave @violentlyfunny and brittanybrave.com More about Violently Funny: Violently Funny is a comedic podcast about domestic violence, dating, sex and sisterhood hosted by survivors Onika McLean (@divaofcomedy) and Brittany Brave (@brittanybrave.) Don’t punch back– punch up. New episodes every Tuesday!

54 MINJAN 24
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#40 Talkward w/ guest Brittany Brave

#39 Talkward w/ guest Ronny Pascale

This episode of Talkward welcomes comedy writer and performer Ronny Pascale! Ronny has toured the country with his sketch group, produces variety shows, and has amassed a loyal following on social media by simply writing great jokes. We discuss his process, his fears and why he is DONE with improv. (spoiler, he started another improv class already) See his shows at The PIT in NYC!Follow him @ronnypascale on IG and twitter.

71 MINJAN 10
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#39 Talkward w/ guest Ronny Pascale

#38 Talkward w/ guest James Folta

This spooky Halloween episode of Talkward welcomes humor writer and performer James Folta! James writes for The New Yorker, McSweeney’s , Weekly Humorist and is the Managing Editor of Points In Case. James also is a co-founder of The Satire and Humor Festival which is in NYC in March but just announced a pop-up weekend in Chicago in November! Check it out here and go! We discuss Halloween costumes, writing, book publishing and James’ current projects in writing and pitching new narrative humor podcasts. Also, who knew how bad at math we both are! Jokes! James also teaches humor and parody. Follow him on twitter @JamesFolta and we’ll see you at the festival!

55 MIN2019 NOV 1
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#38 Talkward w/ guest James Folta

#37 Talkward w/ guests Bob Eckstein, Steve McGinn and Robert Leighton

This very special episode of Talkward welcomes cartoonists Bob Eckstein, Steve McGinn, and Robert Leighton! Full house! They stopped by the studio after going by The New Yorker to submit some cartoons. We discuss the joke writing process, appearances on old game shows, and we dissect the reasons why some of Steve’s cartoons got rejected very, very quickly. We also chat about Bob Eckstein’s new book, “Everyone’s A Critic- The Ultimate Cartoon Book” which is on sale now and you should go buy it right now! ABOUT THE BOOK: We are all critics now. From social media “likes” to reviews on Yelp and Rotten Tomatoes, we’re constantly asked to give our opinion and offer feedback. Everyone’s a Criticis a curated collection of the best and brightestNew Yorkercartoonists celebrating the art of the drawn critique, whether about restaurants, art, sports, dates, friends, or modern life. Featuring the work of thirty-six masters of the cartoon, including Roz Chast, Sam Gross, Nick Downes, Liza Donnelly, Bob Mankoff, Michael Maslin, and Mick Stevens, over half the cartoons in this book appear in print for the first time.

108 MIN2019 OCT 25
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#37 Talkward w/ guests Bob Eckstein, Steve McGinn and Robert Leighton

#36 Talkward w/ guests Michael Bleicher & Andy Newton

This episode of Talkward welcomes comedy writers and authors Michael Bleicher and Andy Newton! The humor writing duo has been published in McSweeney’s, Points In Case, Crack The Spine and Weekly Humorist. They discuss their writing process, the power of Google Docs, and the state of the world. Their debut novel “From the Campaign Trail or Thereabouts” a satirical road trip comedy taking place during the events of the 2016 election is on sale now from imprint Humorist Books. About the book! From the Campaign Trail or Thereabouts is the story of two insulated Upper West Side journalists, Harold Carlyle, a self-serving, incompetent reporter desperate to save both his career and marriage, and his wife, Pattie, an observant, sharp-tongued, and successful television critic. When Harold is assigned to cover the 2016 Presidential Election, he devises a scheme to save his marriage by taking Pattie with him across the country. Harold pledges that they’ll be able to reach San Diego on his publication’s dime, a promise that consistently fails to come to fruition. As Harold lackadaisically covers the Republican campaign, the couple discovers the absurdities and dark contradictions of American culture, from a Neo-Nazi group preoccupied with following parliamentary procedure, to Iowa state fairs, a pair of 9/11 Truthers celebrating their golden anniversary on a cross-country train trip, a Republican Convention inexplicably teeming with Russians, underwhelming chain motels (“‘Best’ Western. It’s like Napoleon crowning himself emperor. You can’t just award it to yourself”), online trolls, combination truck stops and adult emporiums, I Love Lucy, and the dubious efficacy of their marriage counselor’s communication exercises. Despite his elaborate schemes and quick-witted excuses, Harold’s career and marriage continue to unravel, until he stumbles upon a flash drive with transcripts of off-color conversations revealing collusion between Donald Trump and a Kremlin emissary. From the Campaign Trail or Thereabouts dives into the contradictory, divided, and all-too-often unsettling state of the union. Like Huck Finn meets Game Change, this novel examines the politicians and popular figures who played starring roles in 2016 and holds up a mirror to the electorate that ultimately made Trumpism possible. At the same time, the narrative is propelled by the comic friction of the reader’s two guides on this trek, a class-conscious striver continually failing upward and a sardonic workaholic with codependency issues. Characterized by brisk, witty banter, Harold and Pattie’s marriage grounds the satire in a jocose, humanizing story of a troubled relationship and foiled ambition.

63 MIN2019 OCT 18
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#36 Talkward w/ guests Michael Bleicher & Andy Newton

#35 Talkward w/ guest Jessica Delfino

Today on Talkward is musical comedy extraordinaire Jessica Delfino! Jessica is a critically acclaimed and award winning comedic musician who has performed her quirky comedy songs all over the world. She launched the New York Comedy Music Festival (first called the Funny Songs festival) in 2012. We discuss her newest album ‘Songs To make War to (14 Anarchist Anthems for the Whole Family)’ Botnik Studios, Mom Comedy shows and she reads me with her 40% accurate Psychic powers! Called “Lower East Side’s Queen of Obscene” by The Village Voice and awarded a “Voice Choice” Award for “Best Guitar Slinging Comedian”, the “ECNY Best Comedic Musician” award, and a finalist in the Andy Kaufman Award, Jessica has appeared on Good Morning America, The Jim Gaffigan Show, CNN’s Stroumboulopoulos, at the infamous Reading and Leeds Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Fest, Dublin Comedy Festival, on stage with Weird Al Yankovic in the Apocalypse Tour and much more. Follow her on twiter and insta at @jessicadelfino and jessicadelfino.com

61 MIN2019 JUN 26
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#35 Talkward w/ guest Jessica Delfino

#34 Talkward w/ guest Mike Sacks

This episode of Talkward welcomes the very talented comedy author Mike Sacks! We discuss comedy, his journey and how people keep mistaking him for Jon Hamm. Mike has written forThe New Yorker, The New York Times, McSweeney’s, Funny or Die, Mad Magazine,and countless other staples in humor content. He is currently on the editorial staff forVanity Fair.He has written over a dozen books includingPoking a Dead Frog.Stinker Let Loose,a novelization was turned into an Audible audiobook in 2017 starring Jon Hamm as Stinker, Rhea Seehorn, Andy Ritcher, and others. His recent book, Randy: The Full and Complete Unedited Biography and Memoir of the Amazing Life and Times of Randy S.!,has been produced as an audio serial on Stitcher.

73 MIN2019 JUN 14
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#34 Talkward w/ guest Mike Sacks

#33 Talkward w/ guest Eric D’Alessandro

This episode of Talkward welcomes comedian and actor Eric D’Alessandro! Eric has a commanding internet following across multiple platforms where he has leveraged digital media reach to drastically grow his fan base His short videos get an average of 50 thousand views each, which helps him sell out shows and land acting roles. He’s been in the film Nerve and the season 3 premiere episode of Insecure on HBO. We discuss his Staten Island roots as a source of much of his best material. Follow him on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericdalessandro and more info on upcoming shows: https://linktr.ee/ericdalessandro

59 MIN2019 MAY 23
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#33 Talkward w/ guest Eric D’Alessandro

#32 Talkward w/ guest Irving Ruan

This episode of Talkward welcomes San Francisco based humor writer, actor, comedian, playwright, and engineer Irving Ruan! Irving writes regularly for The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, Weekly Humorist as well SlackJaw, where he is also an editor! We discuss his creative journey and his time running a startup tech company! Recorded over the weekend of The Satire and Humor Festival, March 2019. Read all of Irving’s writing at irvingruan.com and follow him on twitter @irvingruan

44 MIN2019 APR 10
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#32 Talkward w/ guest Irving Ruan

#31 Talkward w/ guest Jeffrey Gurian

This episode of Talkward welcomes NYC comedy legend Jeffrey Gurian. If you don’t know Jeffrey, then you aren’t a NY comedy person, so get in the know! He’s written, performed, produced comedy with so many huge names like Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Amy Poehler, and Seth Rogen. He’s written many books and has a regular comedy column and YouTube series. We discuss he latest book Healing Your Heart By Changing Your Mind. Go buy it! We also discuss how we both overcame speech obstacles and lessons for being happy! More about Jeffrey Gurian: People often refer to Jeffrey Gurian as a “Renaissance Man”, not because that’s when he was born, but because he’s involved in so many things. He’s a comedy writer, performer, director, author, producer, doctor and Healer, and not always in that order. He’s worked with and befriended many big stars and comedy legends, like Rodney Dangerfield, Joan Rivers, George Wallace, Phil Hartman, Richard Belzer, Jerry Lewis, and Andrew “Dice” Clay, among many others. Jeffrey has performed stand-up comedy at most of the big clubs in NY and L.A. and was featured several times on Comedy Central’s hit Kroll Show with Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen, Laura Dern and Katy Perry. He was actually the first to be pranked with Too Much Tuna in the viral “Too Much Tuna” sketch and was also a regular on-air personality on Sirius XM’s Bennington Show, (formerly Ron and Fez), where he also brought on special guests/friends like Russell Peters, Trevor Noah, Colin Quinn, Artie Lange, Susie Essman, D.L. Hughley, and Lisa Lampanelli. He’s also a comedy journalist and for the last five years he’s written a weekly column covering the comedy scene for The Interrobang called “Jumping Around With Jeffrey Gurian”, and has also written for MTV, National Lampoon, Weekly World News, The Weekly Humorist and many Friars Roasts. His Comedy Matters TV, You Tube channel has over 500 A-list celebrity interviews including Jimmy Fallon, Chelsea Handler, Jim Carrey, Trevor Noah, Lisa Lampanelli, Susie Essman, Gilbert Gottfried, John Mulaney, and many, many more, and is closing in on two million views. He’s produced shows starring Kevin Hart and Susie Essman, and according to Paul Provenza, and Nick Kroll is known by everyone in comedy. He was honored to have been given his own column in the legendary Weekly World News, ( the pre-cursor to The Onion), called “Gurian’s World of the Bizarre”. That led to the creation of GNN (Gurian News Network) which brings you the most unusual stories in The Universe, missed by mainstream media. He claims to have not slept in many years in order to bring these stories to light! He filmed several episodes of Real Housewives of New York and created a sketch for Countess LuAnn and Princess Carole Radziwill, and recently filmed an episode of Crashing at the request of director Judd Apatow. He’s written six books. His latest book “Healing Your Heart, By Changing Your Mind – A Spiritual and Humorous Approach To Achieving Happiness” recently attained Best Seller status on Amazon, and is available as an e-book, a paperback and an audio book as of December 2018. Jeffrey is also a doctor, a former Cosmetic Dentist, and a former Clinical Professor at NYU in the Oral Medicine/Oro-Facial Pain Department, and is on the Board of The Assoc. For Spirituality and Psychotherapy since 1999, plus he developed a cure for Stuttering which he used to cure himself of a severe stutter! For more on Jeffrey visit his website at http://www.comedymatterstv.com And on Twitter and IG he’s @jeffr

70 MIN2019 MAR 31
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#31 Talkward w/ guest Jeffrey Gurian
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