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Entries in Television (108)

Monday
Jan122015

Call Answered: Interview with Frankie J. Grande

"Call Me Adam" chats with Frankie J. Grande about his return engagement to 54 Below on January 20 and 21. We also talk about him starring on CBS' Big Brother, Broadway's Rock of Ages, staying grounded, and his sister Ariana Grande!

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Wednesday
Nov122014

Check it Out: Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper at 92nd Street Y

This Friday, November 14 at 7:30pm Andy Cohen talks about his new book The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year with Anderson Cooper.

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Monday
Nov032014

Call Answered: Interview with actor Scott Lowell

Best known for playing "Ted Schmidt" on Showtime's Queer As Folk and "Dr. Douglas Filmore" on Fox's Bones, "Call Me Adam" chats with actor Scott Lowell about making his Broadway debut in The Elephant Man starring Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson, and Alessandro Nivola, which will play at the Booth Theatre in NYC from November 7-February 15!

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Thursday
Oct092014

Call Answered: Interview with actor and writer Richard Tanner

"Call Me Adam" chats with actor and writer Richard Tanner about his one-man show small PARTS, part cautionary tale, part irreverent skewering of show business, small PARTS chronicles Richard's 20+ year career in over 75 feature films and primetime shows. small PARTS is enjoying an extended run in the Hollywood Fringe Festival Encore Series from October 15-November 19 at The Lounge Theatre in Hollywood, CA!

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Friday
Sep262014

Call Answered Again: NEW Interview with actor and comedian Alec Mapa

"Call Me Adam" once again chats with actor and comedian Alec Mapa. This time around we discuss the revival of his one-man show I Remember Mapa, which recounts Alec's experiences in film, television and performing in the original Broadway cast of M. Butterfly. It is the comic journey of a gay Filipino American actor struggling for work, love and acceptance that examines the role of Asian American actors in American culture. The piece also touches on his humorous and moving recollections of his mother. I Remember Mapa plays on Saturday, October 11 at Baruch Performing Arts Center in NYC!

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