89 minutes | Apr 2nd 2013

Jeff Cesario: Emmy's for Kenosha

This episode features our guest, two-time Emmy Award winning writer and comedian, Jeff Cesario.   Paul gets the scoop on what sports Jeff played as a kid in Kenosha, WI, and how he went from playing in the school band, earning a living playing in bands and his leap into standup comedy.   Jeff won two emmy award writing for HBO's Dennis Miller Live, was nominated for another Emmy writing for The Larry Sanders Show with Garry Shandling.   He also wrote the screeplay for Jack Frost, and was nominated for another Emmy writing for the 2012 Academy Awards.  Cesario has achieved just about every milestone in standup comedy as well.  The Tonight, Craig Ferguson, HBO and Comedy Central specials.   He talks about how Louie Anderson and Dennis Miller shaped his comedy career. Jeff also discusses being roommates with Dana Gould for a month at a festival in Scotland.   Cesario also talks about his current job as the Executive Producer on the TV show BrandX with Russell Brand on Fox. 
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