Entertainment people telling bad-day-at-work stories. Hosted by Justin Sorvillo.Artwork by Devon Rubin (IG: @devonrubinart, Website: devonrubinart.com)
Katie Elsaesser, VR Host/Actress13/12/2019 Duração: 35min
Katie tells us about her cool job working in VR, what it's like navigating through the acting world as a funny person, and tells juicy bad audition stories. Follow her on IG: @Elsassypants
John Raphael, Content Creator/Publicist29/09/2019 Duração: 31min
John hangs out and tells Rough Day Stories from arriving in LA encountering scammy auditions to wacky tales about producing Judge Judy episodes to what it takes to be a personal assistant for chill celebrities and demanding celebrities! Follow John on Instagram: @JohnRaphael12
Kevin Nelson, Actor/Producer25/06/2019 Duração: 32min
Kevin swoops in to talk about a vigorous film shoot that he had to do...TWICE. AND tells the story of a horrifying stunt gone smoothly! Follow Kevin on IG: @KevinNelson
Jamie Steinberg, Starry Constellation Magazine02/06/2019 Duração: 35min
Jamie beams in from Florida, gives us tips about doing interviews, tells tales of fuming publicists and angry celebrities DM-ing her! Keep up with Jamie on Twitter: @NotYerAvgChick
Joe Lam, Screenwriter/Producer01/04/2019 Duração: 28min
Joe discusses his experiences in having his own production company since 2006, he breaks down his screenwriting methods and offers helpful advice for budding screenwriters, and tells a Rough Day story about a music video shoot gone crazy kegger party.
Elizabeth McIrvin, Podcaster/Improviser09/03/2019 Duração: 34min
Elizabeth talks about the trials and tribulations of running a podcast and tells stories about moving to LA with acne, an awkward ride-share trip with a celebrity, embarrassing improv moments, and a miscommunication blunder that almost cost a whole podcast episode! Follow her and her podcast on IG: @ElizabethMcirvin, @MysteryInTheRadioWaves
Mattie Crews, Screenwriter01/03/2019 Duração: 35min
Mattie describes their process for writing rich concepts and complex characters and tells a story about working as crew, dealing with a potentially messy situation in a very important person’s house. Follow Mattie on IG: @Argonaut18
Juan F. Lara, Director/PA27/01/2019 Duração: 33min
Juan gives us a genuine look into the often grueling life of working as a PA, he also discusses his methods of directing and working with actors, and tells a crazy story involving a mysterious banana peel. Follow him on IG: _Bravo_Juan
Henry Alexander Kelly, Actor/Singer13/01/2019 Duração: 37min
Henry drops by to discuss the balance between being a creative person and staying motivated, how he prepares his voice and body for doing a musical, stories about fangirling over Justina Machado and Lin-Manuel Miranda AND MEETING THEM AT THE SAME TIME. Henry is one of the most kind and supportive people I've met...follow him on Instagram: @HenryAlexKelly.
Marian Yesufu, UCB Sketch Writer/Improviser08/01/2019 Duração: 38min
Marian is entertaining and sage as she talks about the importance of writing to your own sense of humor, her personal life moments that have become comedy sketches, improv jam cringes, and a nightmare scenario in front of network executives that threw her into a whirlwind of chaos. Marian keeps the laughs on tap and this episode is a gem!
Sophia Rose, Renaissance Woman26/10/2018 Duração: 37min
Creator Sophia Rose tells us how to manage doing tedious work, inspires us with hopeful words about reminding yourself how much your work means to you and trusting that it means something to the world, and a story in which she was in quite the pickle *wink wink* while dealing with a make-up prosthetic. Follow Sophia on IG: @SophiaRoseCreation
Nathan Delatorre, Actor23/10/2018 Duração: 30min
We sat down with actor Nathan Delatorre (Netflix's "Erased", "Criminal Minds") to talk about the industry, terrifying audition stories, insights about what to expect in an audition room, and how he navigates the tough field of being an actor in Hollywood.
Josh Aichenbaum, Writer01/10/2018 Duração: 33min
Talented writer Josh Aichenbaum tells us about his writerly rituals/strategies, his challenging times being over-caffeinated, how he deals with scathing critics, and announces his awesome upcoming Marx Brothers project!