June 3rd, 2019 | Season 3 | 30 mins 35 secs
actor, author, conversation, therapist
Jason Eric Ross is a psychotherapist by trade and has portrayed an actual psychopath... on TV. Jason became an actor late in life, and played George in Beatles tribute band "Let It Be" for almost 5 years.
May 16th, 2019 | 24 mins 49 secs
actor, conversation, director, documentary, film, writer
He’s back, and he brought a new movie with him! This one means a lot to me, because it is really highlighting a skill that I need right now since I was laid off “How to Land That Dream Job”. Like all of gough’s other movies, this is a fantastic documentary, really thought out and highly researched, that explores the best methods to land that job that you have always told your significant other and parents you were going to get, and this time let’s see them laugh themselves silly or disappointingly cry!
“Ted Tudor’s Gallant Galloping Horse Contessa’s First Time on a Movie Set” with David Trotter and Tripp Fuller
July 30th, 2018 | Season 2 | 26 mins 45 secs
actor, animal, director, movie, tragedy
It is hard not to get excited by the glitz and the glamor of a movie set. There are the cameras, which you know are capturing the magic happening in front of them, there are the stars prepping for their craft, there are the film crew making sure everything is running smoothly and on-time and let’s not forget the most important, the caterers. And then there are the extras and the occasional animals that are involved, that bring death and destruction to all.
Conversation with David Trotter and Tripp Fuller | Progressive Christians and Creators of “The Road to Edmond” Movie
July 23rd, 2018 | Season 2 | 49 mins 58 secs
actor, christian, director, podcast
I’m not going to lie, I had red flags. I watched “The Road to Edmond” and realized that it was a Christian movie about 15 minutes in. Let’s face it, I am a heathen and it’s a little intimidating when one is facing two theologians, one of which has a “Dr.” In front of his name. Fortunately, the movie was good, and not just good as in “it’s a Christian movie” good, but actually entertaining and endearing. More fortunately, David and Tripp are incredibly great guys and are progressive Christians, which means that they are inclusive, not exclusive, with their faith and appreciate humanity and humans for being diverse, not shun them for it. These are my types of Christians!