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Film Revered Podcast
32 minutes | Oct 15, 2018
#030 - Lyric Lewis
In this episode of the Film Revered Podcast, I am joined by seasoned actress Lyric Lewis. On the show, Lyric discusses how she came to be involved in acting as well as her likes and dislikes as a fan of television and podcasts. Lastly, she talks about her role as outspoken, strong-willed, and always hustling history teacher Stef on NBC’s A.P. Bio. Lyric has also appeared on FX Networks’ Baskets, FOX’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Comedy Central’s Drunk History.
35 minutes | Sep 10, 2018
#029 - Maddison Bullock
In this episode of the Film Revered Podcast, I am joined by the incredibly talented Maddison Bullock. Maddison is a former professional figure skater turner writer, producer, and actress. On the show, Maddison discusses her early career, and what it was like to write, produce, and star in Ice: The Movie. She also talks about her work in the upcoming feature film The Extraordinary Ordinary and much more.
60 minutes | Jul 16, 2018
Bonus Material - Ronnie the Patient
In this week’s episode of Bonus Material Ronnie and Zach discuss the month’s events. They talk about Ronnie moving into a new house, other podcasts, their upcoming film work, and even Zach spilling beer on his laptop. There is so much more nestled within this hilarious episode, and we hope you enjoy it!
28 minutes | Jul 9, 2018
#028 - Faran Tahir
On the show, I am joined by veteran actor Faran Tahir. Faran tells listeners about his childhood, and what inspired him to get into acting. He also talks about his work in Star Trek (2009), Mad Genius, and the television series 12 Monkeys.
27 minutes | Jul 2, 2018
#027 - Lee Shorten Returns
On the show, actor and writer Lee Shorten discusses his recent work. Lee talks about what it was like working with directors Marco Bossow and Andy Brown on their short film Bucketheads: A Star Wars Story, as well as working with the 501st Legion. We discuss the art of improvising with actor Michael Ealy on the set of The Intruder. Lastly, Lee talks about his upcoming short film Gajok, in which he wrote and starred in.
24 minutes | Jun 25, 2018
#026 - Jeff Russo
In this week’s episode, I catch up with film and television composer, Jeff Russo. We talk about how he transitioned from rock band musician to composer, and how he got his start in the film and television industry. Jeff also talks about what it has been like working on the television series Fargo, what it was like to win a Primetime Emmy, and more.
37 minutes | Jun 20, 2018
#025 - Howard Berger (Part Two)
In part two of my conversation with Special Makeup Effects legend Howard Berger we discuss how he became involved with The Orville. Howard tells the listeners about the initial makeup testing day with Seth MacFarlane and Jon Favreau. He also highlights how he earns production's trust which enables him to continuously think outside the box with his creations. We also discuss his work on Legion and how they came up with the designs and final makeups for the Minotaur and Vermillion. Lastly, Howard answers fan questions to close the show.
42 minutes | Jun 18, 2018
#024 - Howard Berger (Part One)
This week special makeup effects legend, Howard Berger joins me on the show. In the episode (Part One), Howard discusses how he got his start in the industry at an incredibly young age, and how his parents helped and encouraged him along the way. Howard shares with the listeners how his company KNB EFX Group came about and tells a variety of incredibly entertaining film stories involving him and other group members of KNB EFX. Lastly, we discuss his Academy Award for Best Achievement in Makeup, and how it may or may not have changed his career. Please check out this episode as Howard is by far one of the best storytellers I know, and is sure to entertain you this week with his two-part series on the Film Revered Podcast.
47 minutes | Jun 13, 2018
Bonus Material - Ronnie the Instigator
In the inaugural episode of Bonus Material Ronnie and Zach discuss kids, death, Batman, and more. The guys also let the listeners know what movies and TV shows they’ve been watching over the past month. Lastly, they discuss Ronnie’s recently aired episodes on Westworld: Season 2.
52 minutes | Jun 11, 2018
#023 - Mateo Messina
This week film and television composer, Mateo Messina joins me in the studio. On the show, he discusses how he got his start in the industry and his work on the cult-classic film Juno. Mateo also shares his wonderful perspective and process when it comes to crafting the unique score for the Hulu original series Casual. Lastly, we talk about what makes comedy such an interesting genre for a composer and discuss his recently released film Blockers.
42 minutes | Jun 4, 2018
#022 - Madeline Zima
This week I am joined by actress, writer, director, Madeline Zima. On the show, she discusses her time on the hit show The Nanny, and how that affected her childhood. We talk Heroes and Californication, as well as have an in-depth conversation about the potential dangers of cell phones and social media. Lastly, we talk about her upcoming film Warm Human Magic in which she wrote and directed.
30 minutes | May 28, 2018
#021 - Mary Mouser
In this week’s episode, I am joined by actress Mary Mouser. On the show, she discusses her early career, and how that affected her childhood. We also geek out about our shared Marvel fandom and talk about her recent work in Freakish and Cobra Kai.
44 minutes | May 21, 2018
#020 - Michael A. MacRae
In this week’s episode, I am joined by actor and director Michael A. MacRae. On the show, he discusses his early work in radio broadcasting, as well as his time on the hit series, Veep. Lastly, Michael talks about his recently released film Fishbowl California.
36 minutes | May 14, 2018
#019 - Aylam Orian
In this week’s episode, I am joined by actor Aylam Orian. On the show, he discusses his childhood and growing up in Israel. We also talk about his time in the Israeli Defense Forces as an intelligence officer, and how authentic the Israeli thriller series Fauda is, and how happy he is that it’s helping to show the world the complex issues Israel and Palestine face. Lastly, Aylam talks about the impact that the original Stargate film had on him, how he landed the role of Dr. Wilhelm Brücke and discusses stories from the set of Stargate Origins.
41 minutes | May 7, 2018
#018 - Mike C. Manning
In this week’s episode, I am joined by actor and producer, Mike C. Manning. On the show he discusses his early endeavors into acting as a child and high school plays. We discuss his role in the recently released God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness, and Ice: The Movie. Lastly, Mike tells the listeners about his upcoming documentary about youth homelessness, Lost in America.
58 minutes | Apr 16, 2018
#016 - Ronnie Gene Blevins
In this week’s episode, I’m joined by the always entertaining actor Ronnie Gene Blevins. On the show, Ronnie talks about his early exposure to acting with an old VHS tape recorder when he was eleven and his unique way of managing his film schedule when it comes to his wife and son. He also discusses how he landed his recent role in the crime drama Death Wish and tells us what little he can about his upcoming role in HBO’s Westworld: Season Two.
31 minutes | Apr 2, 2018
#015 - Bobby Holland Hanton
In this week’s episode, we have five-time SAG award-winning stuntman, Bobby Holland Hanton. Bobby talks about how he got his start in the industry, his relationship with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Thor himself, Chris Hemsworth. He also discusses his stunt checklist, and his work on Avengers: Age of Ultron, Game of Thrones, Thor: Ragnarok, Jupiter Ascending, Quantum of the Solace, and more. Lastly, you can see Bobby’s latest work in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War on April 27th.
48 minutes | Mar 19, 2018
#014 - Daniel Elophe
In this week’s episode, we have Image Engine Compositing Supervisor Daniel Elophe. Daniel talks about how he got his start in the industry, and his extensive traveling. He also dives into his work on such films as Logan and Detroit, and more recently his work on Game of Thrones.
47 minutes | Mar 5, 2018
#013 - Todd Perry
In this week’s episode, we have film industry veteran, Todd Perry. Todd talks about how he got his start in the industry. He also dives into his work within the Marvel Cinematic Universe with films such as Avengers: Age of Ultron, Doctor Strange, and more recently his work as an Associate Visual Effects Supervisor for Method Studios on Black Panther.
47 minutes | Feb 26, 2018
#012 - Cress Williams
In this week’s episode, I am joined by the always hilarious Cress Williams. Cress is a seasoned actor who is known for his work on Grey’s Anatomy, Prison Break, Friday Night Lights, and more recently Hart of Dixie. However, in this episode, Cress delves into how he got his start, and more importantly how he landed the role of DC’s Black Lightning. We discuss San Diego Comic Con 2017, and the show in great detail. So grab some popcorn and stay awhile.
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