You'll want my new guest in your friend circle. (I sure do.)

New Amsterdam and thirtysomething director-actor-producer Peter Horton and I do a deep dive on making a television show, humanity and sending our daughters off to college.

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You'll hear Peter Horton and I dissect:

  • His new hit TV series, New Amsterdam

  • Being Gary on thirtysomething

  • Children of the Corn and Side Out

  • Nuts & bolts of being a producer

  • Making a network TV show in New York when you live in LA

  • Shooting television in Los Angeles

  • Our defense mechanisms

  • Sending our daughters off to college

  • Unexpected encounters

  • The “magnetism of technology”

  • Why he didn’t want to be an actor

After hanging out with us for an hour, you’ll feel like Peter’s an old friend (who you can’t wait to see again).

Links to what Peter Horton and I mention on the podcast

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My conversation with thirtysomething actor Polly Draper (aka Ellyn!) is coming soon.

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Does holding a mic affect what we say? Actor Erich Bergen from Madam Secretary analyzes this (and way more).

This week’s podcast guest plays Blake Moran on Madam Secretary, just finished a Broadway run of Waitress and sings for us (right here on the show!).

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This is a fun one!

You'll hear Erich Bergen and I talk about:

  • Behind-the-scenes details on Madam Secretary, Tim Daly, Tea Leoni and Louis Gossett, Jr.

  • Erich’s pet peeves

  • Why spelling matters

  • How holding a microphone impacts how we act

  • Reality TV

  • Watching people’s therapy sessions

  • Performer’s high

  • Performer’s low

  • Why he’s private about his personal life

  • The flaw in “broken family”

  • What he did in college (Hint: It’s VERY relevant.)

  • You’ll hear his brand-new singles, Running Through the Night and Better in the Dark! Right here on the podcast!

Links to what Erich Bergen and I talked about on the podcast

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See what happens when two east coast women hang out on the west coast...

Actor Elisabeth Röhm, who you know from Law & Order and American Hustle, and I hang out in her California home and bond over New York, TV and self-awareness.

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Bonus video

Available Nov. 15!

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I’ll interview anyone you like — your grandma, your dad, your sister, your co-worker, cousin, daughter, boss, you!

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Then I’ll give it to you so you can listen to it on your phone, computer, iPad, Alexa speaker, smart TV, you name it.

Give it as a gift. Or keep it as a family heirloom.

It’s fun. It’s fascinating. It’s forever.

 

Elisabeth Röhm should also be a motivational speaker.

She’s super self-aware and always looks for the takeaway. Listen and you’ll see what I mean.



You'll also hear about:

  • Venice, California

  • SoHo

  • Saratoga

  • Dusseldorf

  • Tennessee

  • Sarah Lawrence

  • Law & Order

  • American Red Cross

  • New Yorkers

  • Making friends and connecting with others – in Los Angeles vs. New York

  • Elisabeth’s 8-year plan

  • Her LA “chapter”

  • Life lessons from her mom

  • Blogging for People.com

  • Uta Hagen

  • Carnegie Hall

  • Creating inspiration for others

  • Getting fired from One Life to Live

  • Getting hired on Law &Order

  • Sam Waterston’s advice

  • What you don’t know about Jerry Orbach

  • Being a full-time mom AND a working mom

  • Living as a family after divorce

  • IVF

  • Why she thinks “everything has a lesson”

  • Giftbags and takeaways





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My "controversial" Michael Carbonaro interview

Comedian, TV host, illusionist Michael Carbonaro gives a behind-the-scenes look at his hidden camera television series, The Carbonaro Effect.

  • PLUS. You'll get an inside look at who he really is in real life.

    HINT: It's intense!

  • AND. There's a backstory here.

    • This podcast interview was a video interview.

    • But THEN.

    • It was flagged.

    • You'll find out why. 


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