With his brother, Tommy Smothers has spent decades fighting injustice and intolerance, and they’re still at it.
There’s no one quite like comedian Rip Taylor. He reveals how the infamous arrest of another Rip is affecting his career and what he thinks of the state of today’s late night comedy shows.
He’s been on more than 20 sitcoms, in six feature films and had a 4-year run on Broadway. One of the top improv comedians working today, Brian Bradley survived the excesses of showbiz with a clear vision for the future.
Hey, did you hear the one about the 75-year-old comic? This is no joke – Lynn Ruth Miller has discovered a new career on the stage and she’s using her act to set the record straight on aging.
She wrote some of the most memorable scenes in “Seinfeld” history and now Carol Leifer is turning her razor-sharp humor on something we can all relate to — aging.
Reclusive actor, comedian, musician, and entrepreneur Dan Aykroyd rarely gives interviews. He once said, “I don’t believe in low profile; I believe in no profile.” Come along as we catch up with Aykroyd on his national bottle signing tour. His what?
It’s been 40 years since the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour was yanked off the air, but don’t think that Tommy Smothers has gone quietly into the night. The outspoken political humorist is more fired up than ever.
You knew motherhood was funny, but did you know it could launch a career in comedy? Mrs Hughes tapped into the absurd side of being a wife and mother, and now America’s Funniest Grandma is the hottest act around!
This week’s guests include Dr. Richard Davidson, Leonard Crofoot, comedienne Mrs. Hughes and author and cancer expert Debra Jarvis.
What would “Animal House” have been without that classic “Shout!” scene with Otis Day and The Knights? Find out how it almost didn’t happen.