This week, the Pudding Guys have the chance to sit down with “Chicken Girl,” Amelie Anstett! We discuss her history on the show Chicken Girls, her roots in dance, and what it was like to work with Justin Bieber on tour.
The Puddings guys converse with Madison Ekstrand about what it’s like to land her first big role in the new series, Very Frightening Tales. At the end of this episode, we have a 30-second sneak peak of a new project by comic book writer, Jay Sandlin.
What better way to start off your day, than listening to a lovely conversation between The Pudding Guys and actor Bourke Floyd! You may know him from Hearts in Atlantis, or his recurring roll as Brady on Dawson’s Creek. Today, we discuss his new movie, Sour, and other upcoming projects.
In this episode, your intrepid hosts have the opportunity to speak with comic creator, Mike Phillips, in anticipation of his upcoming project: The Tessellation.
This Friday we have a fun conversation with @ErikFellows about his career and his new film ‘Break Even’!
Are you ready for a Christmas treat? Well, we have the gift for you: An interview with veteran actor and podcaster, James DuMont! We talk about his new movie on Disney+, Safety, and discuss his other roles over the years.
In advance of the new film “Penitent Thief,” Ken talks to Adele Pomerenke, who stars in the film opposite Kevin Sorbo. Get a glimpse in the life of a ballet dancer/heavy metal singer/actor!
Join Ken and Liliana Tandon (writer and actor) for a conversation about her upcoming movie, A Ring for Christmas. They discuss what it’s like to see the different sides of a movie’s creation from inception to release.
Ken talks with actress Mary Kate Wiles about her new episodic feature, Wayward Guide For The Untrained Eye, her many other fantastic projects, and the nature of content creation in this new age!
Yesterday (October 15, 2020) marked the beginning of Season 3 for Star Trek: Discovery and Ken has the opportunity to sit down with the fantastically talented Wilson Cruz, who plays the part of Dr. Culber!
Pick a card–any card! Join Ken and Richard as they have a blast talking with magician and actor, Rich Manley. Catch his new show coming out on Tubi this month: Culture Shock, Bridging Cultures Through Magic.
Listen along as the Pudding Guys talk with Kevin Gootee about being a comedian, podcasting, and movie snobbery!
Caution: This episode does contain some wonderfully foul language!
Ken is thrilled to have actor Robert Prescott as a guest in his first-ever podcast interview! They talk acting, including his part in Real Genius (one of Ken’s favorite movies), as well as life outside of acting.
This week, Richard and Ken have a ‘most excellent’ interview with actor and professor, Amy Stoch. They talk about her history in the film industry as well as her love of the history of film, and (of course!) her role in the upcoming movie, Bill & Ted Face the Music.
In anticipation of the upcoming release of the movie Greyhound, Ken chats with actor and musician, Joseph Poliquin!
Ken and Richard have an engaging conversation with Jessica Manor, one of the hosts of “Bodycount: A Historical Podcast.” Fair warning, the conversation contains some rather strong language!
The Pudding Guys get the rare opportunity to speak with film and television legend Ed Asner! We talk about his new autobiography, “Son of a Junkman,” and he gives his perspective on our country’s current tribulations.
Welcome to Season 3! We kick things off with a bang as Ken interviews the wonderfully talented Christian Kane! Listen as they dig into his new show Almost Paradise, his music career, and more!!! Can you tell we’re excited?
In our Season 2 Finale, we bring you Laurie Rosenbaum, artist and fellow podcaster. We discuss her podcast, The Rosenbaum and Gray Hour, how she got into painting, and what it’s like having a famous sibling.
In this exciting episode, Ken gets to speak with writer, producer, actor, and all-around legend, Dean Devlin. This is a great chance to pull back the veil and get fascinating stories about hit movies such as Stargate, Godzilla (1998), Real Genius, and the much-loved TV show Leverage.
The best part is, we get the inside scoop on his new project, Almost Paradise!