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How can we follow up last week's AMAZING show? With this week's star studded event!
Coming off a majorly successful run on Broadway starring opposite Zach Braff in "Bullets Over Broadway" and maybe best know for his role as "Big " on The Sopranos- we welcome VINCENT PASTORE!
It's that time of year and the appropriate time for one of the gangs favorite guests to come back on the show...since the last time we spoke, she directed films, got more ink & continued to star in some of the best horror films going...she also is the star of WWE Studios "See No Evil 2," we welcome back DANIELLE HARRIS !
Plus, Freight Train will fill us in on his trip to the UK!
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Best known for playing the unconventional hero and fan favorite “Edgar Stiles” in Fox’s Emmy Award winning show “24” and FBI Agent “Skip Lipari” in the highly acclaimed HBO’s “The Sopranos,” Louis Lombardi is going back to his Italian roots and is launching his own gourmet Italian food line, “Lombardi’s,” consisting of pastas, sauces, olive oils and olives imported directly from Italy! In addition to the launch of Lombardi’s, Louie continues to steal the screen this Fall in RUNNER RUNNER, alongside Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake as “Archie” the owner of the Sports Book and also joins the cast of TNT’s Frank Darabont Drama “Lost Angels” this fall with Milo Ventimiglia and Ed Burns as “Stucky” one of Mickey’s (Jeremy Luke) men.
Born and raised in the Bronx, Lombardi’s acting career took off after starring in the Sundance Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize Nominee “Amongst Friends” directed by Rob Weiss which caught the attention of Academy Award winning director Oliver Stone who cast Lombardi in his next film NATURAL BORN KILLERS alongside Woody Harrelson, Robert Downey Jr, Tommy Lee Jones and Juliette Lewis. Other notable big screen films include Academy Award winner THE USUAL SUSPECTS alongside Benicio Del Toro, Kevin Spacey and Gabriel Byrne, cult classic SUICIDE KINGS with Denis Leary, Christopher Walken and Brad Garrett, and THE ANIMAL as Rob Schneider’s best friend. Louis’ love of food also inspired DOUGHBOYS, a film festival favorite starring Lombardi, Vincent Pastore, Andrew Keegan and Mike Starr about two Bronx brothers running the family bakery which was also and written and directed by Lombardi.
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Merry Christmas Everyone from your favorite crazy verbal chefs, Big & Beefy. You know them also by their real names Chef Rob Burmeister & Chef Clemenza Caserta Jr. Tonight they will be Chewing The Fat in a YULETIDE Fashion.
Its Big & Beefy's Christmas Show!!!! Rob & Clem will be chatting up about all Holiday Events and Christmas tidings. They will start off by telling you about their week in review. Keep your ear open for Holiday Food News and results from last weeks Chili Challenge. The Food Fight will be Christmas Themed. They have 2 planned and its not really food oriented. It's got something to do with Christmas Eve vs Christmas Day for opening presents and do like Fake Trees as opposed to Real Trees.
The Top Five is gonna be about your Holiday Traditions!!!!
The guests on tap for this episode are none other than Steve Schirippa of Sopranos Fame and Uncle Steve's Italian Specialties. We missed him 2 weeks ago due to a filming conflict, but he is back to talk about his amazing sauces. Then we got Chef Bryant Gallaher- Runner up on This Season's Hell's Kitchen.
The Curvacious Cook is back in action and let's keep our fingers crossed that Jersey Jackie will call in with the weather for Christmas Day.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY BEEFY!!!!!!
In this episode of Chewing The Fat, Big and Beefy welcome Actor Steve Schirripa to the show. You may remember Steve from his role as "Bobby Baccalla" on the SOPRANOS. Schirrippa is now the brains and talent behind "Uncle Steve's Italian Specialties", He makes three great sauces that accompany any pasta. The motto is "Make Every Day Sunday". Let me tell you by experience that these sauces are terrific. They are made with organic tomatoes from Italy and it shows. Friggin Delicious!!!!! We will also find out what Steve is up to today. We hear he is filming a project.
Also on the bill is none other than our Austrian friend, Chef Klaus Kronsteriner from Grillstone in Scotch Plains, NJ. Joining Klaus will be owner/operator of Grillstone, Frank Peter Paul. Grillstone will be the home base for next weeks "Chili Fight" !!!! After the "Wing Fight" Klaus decided to host a Chili Fight for Charity and bring together TV Chefs from all over to compete for best chili. Come on down on December 15th and see who really has the best.
Since Schirripa has his sauces,Chef Rob and Chef Clem decided to do TOP 5 Favorite Pasta Sauces. We also will be doing a Food Fight and News. Look out for Trivia and of course some in the kitchen good old fashioned trash talkking amongst the chefs.
The Curvacious Cook will be calling in LIVe from a Sports Bar in Kansas.
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The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes City of Lost Souls director Jason Baustin, Altorro Prince Black and Bobby J. Brown to the Inside Acting radio show to talk about their tense crime drama.
Read my article about the show here: City of Lost Souls premieres at AFI Silver Theatre
CITY OF LOST SOULS is a tense, compelling crime drama that pulls the audience into an unforgettably, murky world. You can see the awards it's going to win.
The short film (some call it a TV pilot) premiered at the AFI Silver Theatre in Silver Spring, MD, Monday, November 10th. CITY OF LOST SOULS is the product of director Jason Baustin's Traveste Films. The film follows the life challenges of ex-con Mickey Wallace (Bobby J. Brown of THE WIRE fame) and his antagonist Assistant State's Attorney Roger Kenfield (the always excellent Altorro Prince Black).
The consensus of the audience at the premier was they wanted exploration and payoffs of the multiple, compelling storylines, which covered everything from legal horse-trading to political payoffs. The film felt like the pilot to a great TV series in the vein of BREAKING BAD or the SOPRANOS.
Yours truly, The King of DC Media, highly recommends it!
Host Robert Winfree welcomes back contributor Pat Mullin to Everyone Loves a Bad Guy. This week the epic countdown to the conclusion of Breaking Bad continues with a look back at one of the most influential and well done shows in TV history, The Sopranos.
Motorcycle-riding actor Chris Caldovino hails from Brooklyn, NY and is known for his roles as Billy Leotardo in "The Sopranos" and Tonino Sandrelli in HBO’s "Boardwalk Empire," which debuts its final season September 7th. Additionally, Chris has had roles in movies such as "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "Brooklyn Rules." Follow Chris on Twitter
Also on the show: World-renowned actress Saralisa Volm. Saralisa was born in Hechingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and is well-known for her starring roles in the films "Hotel Desire," "Dancing with the Devils" and "Finale." She has a new book out called Mamabeat: Children, Chaos, Luck in which she describes her life as a young mother and talks to other parents about their lifestyles. Follow Saralisa on Facebook and check out her website.
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Years from now, when critics look back on Dionne Audain’s career, they’re likely to dub her one of the greatest character actors of her generation. And not just in the black category. Nor in the female bin. But among all her screen peers. Because she’s not only got the natural talent, but hustles like nobody’s business to bring her A-game every time. “I don’t think it’s fair for me to sit back and say there are no roles for me as a black actress. I can wait to be cast, or I can create my own work,” Dionne—who has appeared in such hit shows as Orange Is the New Black and The Sopranos—tells us. “At the end of the day it's about what I put into it. If I’m not putting my all into it, I can’t expect to get what I want out of it.”