Interviews

The Laughspin interview with Jo Koy (Updated)

The Laughspin interview with Jo Koy (Updated)

By | March 29, 2012 at 2:17 pm | One comment

For the last few years, comedian Jo Koy has turned into one of the country's biggest draws in the world of stand-up comedy. A fixture on Chelsea Handler's super popular nightly chat show Chelsea Lately and in the nation's best comedy clubs, Koy's latest project -- his second...

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Watch the Laughspin interview with Moshe Kasher

Watch the Laughspin interview with Moshe Kasher

By | March 28, 2012 at 8:42 pm | No comments

It's always a pleasure to see comedians we've been covering for years rise up through the ranks of the comedy world. And Moshe Kasher is of those people. At the end of 2009 (when we were still Punchline Magazine), we named him a Comic to Watch. And he's since made us look like...

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Watch the Laughspin video interview with Marc Maron

Watch the Laughspin video interview with Marc Maron

By | March 22, 2012 at 12:13 pm | 2 comments

Last week when I was in Grand Rapids taking in the second annual Gilda's Laughfest, I got a chance to catch up with Marc Maron-- in a way that seemed most natural: sitting on a clinically white sofa in front of a few cameras and surrounded by lighting rigs. We covered a lot of...

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The Laughspin video interview with Jimmy Shubert from Laughfest

The Laughspin video interview with Jimmy Shubert from Laughfest

By | March 19, 2012 at 11:04 am | One comment

While at Laughfest in Grand Rapids last week, I caught up with comedian Jimmy Shubert just before he was about to get on a plane to Los Angeles. You may know Jimmy from his appearances on King of Queens; he also just did a spot on the CBS hit series 2 Broke Girls. If you're...

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The Laughspin video interview with Christina Pazsitzky from Laughfest

The Laughspin video interview with Christina Pazsitzky from Laughfest

By | March 17, 2012 at 4:04 pm | No comments

GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- So, I've been hanging out in Western Michigan the past few days checking out the second annual Gilda's Laughfest, which raises money for Gilda's Club here in the city. I sat down with a great handful of comics, one of which was Christina Pazsitzky. She was a...

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The Laughspin interview with Ian Edwards

The Laughspin interview with Ian Edwards

By | March 13, 2012 at 9:40 am | No comments

Many comedians strive to make people from all sorts of backgrounds laugh, but an incredibly small percentage of them actually achieve that. Amongst them is the Ian Edwards. From six seasons on Punk'd to writing on Saturday Night Live to crushing it on stand-up stages everywhere...

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Jenna Elfman shines a light on comedy charity Laugh For Sight (Interview)

Jenna Elfman shines a light on comedy charity Laugh For Sight (Interview)

By | March 6, 2012 at 10:37 am | No comments

Jenna Elfman is known not just for her wide-ranging work on television and in movies, but also for her varied philanthropic causes. Most recently, the Damages actress walked in the Red Dress Collection fashion show – along with Rebecca Romijn, Hilary Duff and more – on Feb....

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Lindsey Broad, the woman behind The Office’s Cathy Simms, laughs off the hatred

Lindsey Broad, the woman behind The Office’s Cathy Simms, laughs off the hatred

By | March 1, 2012 at 1:26 pm | 20 comments

If you’ve been watching The Office lately, you’ve undoubtedly become acquainted with Cathy Simms, the newest addition to the Dundler Mifflin team in Scranton. Played by Lindsey Broad, Cathy first appears in the current season’s seventh episode. The office admin Pam Halpert...

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That time I asked Michael Ian Black to be my marriage and parenting counselor

That time I asked Michael Ian Black to be my marriage and parenting counselor

By | February 21, 2012 at 2:59 pm | One comment

Michael Ian Black is a lot of things. He's an actor, a writer, an author of children's books and of books for grown-ups; he's a solid stand-up comedian with a pair of albums and a Comedy Central hour special to prove it; he's a also a married guy with two kids. And it's those...

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