Jahte Le is an actor, director, producer, writer, dancer, and former grape in a Welch's commercial. He is in the movie Sky Jackers which premiered at TIFF 2016 and produced the short film Next Stop, which was most recently shown at the Calgary International Film Festival, and won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Film at the Dances With Film Festival in Los Angeles, the first comedy to ever do so.
We talk about art, how he started living alone at AGE EIGHT, (EIGHT!), and how he wants to have a bushel of kids. His non-typical life (from a North American standpoint) influenced who he is and what he creates.
It was a great conversation for me because we are SO DIFFERENT, and in many ways so the same.
**Trigger Warning** This episode had discussions about end of civilization as we know it, and the violence/rape that would ensue.
Kyle Radke is a comedian, writer, actor, and prep-er. I meant to talk about all the aspects of his life with him, but got stuck on the prep-er lifestyle because it is so fascinating. This episode is a bit different because it focuses on one subject, but is one of the most interesting conversations I've ever had.
Shaun is the host of the Shaun Proulx Show, heard on SiriusXM channel 167 on Saturdays at 3pm & 8pm ET, and Sundays at 4pm ET. He is the publisher of thegayguidenetwork.com, a professional speaker, and an all round fun, interesting and thoughtful human being. You can learn more about him at shaunproulx.com, follow him on Twitter @shaunproulx or @shaunproulxshow, Facebook.com/OfficialShaunProulx, or Instagram @TheRealShaunProulx.
Adrienne is an actor, director and author. Her latest book, The Explorers, was optioned by Disney before it even hit bookshelves!
To find out more about Adrienne, go to her website www.adriennekress.com or check her out on social media: FB, Twitter and Instagram are all @AdrienneKress.
Rebecca Kohler is a comedian, actor and writer. She is currently writing for the upcoming CBC show "Working Moms". Check out her website www.rebeccakohler.com follow her on Twitter @becca_kohler or on Instagram @rebkoh.
On this episode we talk about writing for television, having confidence is your work, being a single woman with no kids in your 30's and being happy about it, and that time she slapped me in the face.