You may recognize him as the snarky character Dr. Cox on Scrubs, or as one of the other hundreds of roles he’s played throughout his career. John C. McGinley is both charming and sentimental.
He holds a special place in his heart for his graduate alma mater, NYU. And, he talks openly about how the tools and acting techniques he learned at NYU have shaped his career.
Lauren and I share more than the double “T”s in our last name; we shared a great conversation on CU@USC. We hope you enjoy the episode.
The talent, the charm, the beauty and the humor, which Lauren Gottlieb exudes in her everyday life, also carries through to her performances both on-screen and on the dance ﬂoor. She has so very quickly established herself as one of Hollywood’s rising stars and one of the most sought-after dancers in the world. Read more of her bio on Lauren’s website.
This is my interview with Danny Sussman on Trojan Vision, Channel 8.1 in Los Angeles.
Danny Sussman is a talent manager at Brillstein Entertainment Partners. He’s been in the business for over 20 years, and spent the first half of his representation career as a talent agent at The William Morris Agency. At Brillstein, Danny is manager to clients including Jimmy Smits, Heather Locklear, John Stamos, Bob Saget, and Noah Wyle. Danny is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California, and he teaches in Israel.
I had the pleasure of interviewing him and taking his graduate course.
Here’s Danny’s take on why having a team of people in your corner is a good thing!
My interview with actor Johnathon Schaech, known for his role in That Thing You Do, and lead star in new thriller Phantom. Johnathon and I talk about acting, the Super Bowl, faith, and advice for young people in the industry.