May 4, 2017 644,149 views. Madrigal is also known for his co-starring role in the CBS prime-time situation comedy "Gary Unmarried," as well as NBC’s "About a Boy". Erik Griffin. Thank you! Take a Cuban-American comedian wrap him up in a northeastern Italian American neighborhood and you get the great Joey Diaz. Something went wrong while submitting the form. Thank you! Al Madrigal. Madrigal, the man who “will make you howl until you spit expensive mineral water from your nose” (New York Post), headlines a venue near you. Please support the Hollywood Food Coalition. Director of Sergio and many docs talks about docs and movies taken from true stories. The actor/comedian/writer/director joins us to talk about some of the objectively bad movies he loves. Text “Give” to 323.402.5704 or visit! Updated daily with the latest episodes. Legendary stuntman, Buddy Joe Hooker, joins Josh and Joe to discuss the movies that made him. This one will turn your day into the perfect cocktail hour. Prepare for the answers. The John Wick producer talks about some of the movies that made her. Give a listen and stop by 846 N. La Cienega Blvd. Nate is a great comedian, his Netflix specials are hilarious and he has a new podcast - Nateland. Al is the co-founder of All Things Comedy, alongside Bill Burr. Tom Rhodes. Producer of some of the best documentaries in the world joins us to discuss the movies that have influenced him throughout his life. It’s a Mexican/Italian cook off with the hilarious and always charming Al Madrigal! The Fisherman's Friend, Downton Abbey and Sense8 star discusses some of her most memorable scenes. The Movies That Made Me. Time for a cigar and a scotch as we break bread with the great Bill Burr. Ryan O'Neill. Harland Williams. Oops! You've asked questions. 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Videos Podcasts Comedians. Joe Rogan Experience #955 – Al Madrigal. Al is the co-founder of All Things Comedy, alongside Bill Burr. Live podcast from the Belly Room of the Comedy Store in Hollywood hosted by Bill Burr & Al Madrigal with ATC podcasters Bobby Lee (TigerBelly), Rory Scovel (Pound Cake), and Gareth Reynolds (The Dollop & Point Vs Point)! Recorded Wednesday April 13, … Comedic icon, Martin Short, joins us to discuss a few of the movies that made him. Best known as the Senior Latino Correspondent on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," Al Madrigal has made a name for himself in both stand-up comedy and acting. Break out the cool glassware. Dave has a hilarious new album, The Pride of Cleveland. 01:14:46; Comedian Al Madrigal discusses R rated comedies of the 80s, and his deep love for some movie called "Innerspace." Heads up - you're going to hear some words you've never heard on our show before, and only one of them is Metropolis. Something went wrong while submitting the form. He's a series regular and writer on Showtime's dark comedy, "I'm Dying Up Here" and his latest hour special, "Shrimpin' Ain't Easy" premiered on Showtime. Albert Hughes (Menace II Society, Dead Presidents, The Book of Eli) and many others takes us on a wild journey through the movies that made him, then explains why he's not a cinefile (Spoiler: He is.) Jeff Danis. Madrigal was named Best Stand-Up Comedian at the HBO U.S. You are here: Home » Al Madrigal. Recorded Wednesday April 13, 2016. Eddie Pepitone. His true-life tales, Live podcast from the Belly Room of the Comedy Store in Hollywood hosted by Bill Burr & Al Madrigal with ATC podcasters Bobby Lee (TigerBelly), Rory Scovel (Pound Cake), and Gareth Reynolds (The Dollop & Point Vs Point)! Doug Stanhope. 5,809 likes 1,908 dislikes 3.04 ratio. Our hilarious comedy friend and co-host of Come to Papa is back and he's cooking so much in his quarantine apartment that dare we say he's become a chef?! Actress Alex Essoe (Death of Me, Doctor Sleep) walks is through some of her favorite dream sequences. Comedian Al Madrigal discusses R rated comedies of the 80s, and his deep love for some movie called "Innerspace." It’s time to break bread with hip hop artist, comedian and all around creative force Open Mike Eagle. Oops! This list is also available on Letterboxd. The Genetic Opera (2008)Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977)Sorcerer (1977)Star Wars (1977)Death of Me (2020)Jesus Christ: Superstar (1973)Pennies From Heaven (1981)A History Of Violence (2005)Requiem For A Dream (2000)The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)The Movie Orgy (1968)Gremlins (1984)The Room (2003)Rocky (1976)Hair (1979)The Apple (1980)Sgt. He's a series regular and writer on Showtime's dark comedy, "I'm Dying Up Here" and his latest hour special, "Shrimpin' Ain't Easy" premiered on Showtime. Listeners are invited to take a seat at the table as Tom and his guests celebrate the true meaning of breaking bread with insightful, revealing and always funny conversations. Go to the All Things Comedy Live Podcast page. This week my good friend and great comedian Dave Hill comes by as we continue our quest for the perfect martini. Vito shares a lifetime of stories and experience and sends me home with his secret dough. His true-life tales have been featured on "The Tonight Show," "Conan," "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live." Comedians Bill Burr. The director of Over The Edge and The Accused takes us on a journey through some of his favorite movies. Comedian Al Madrigal discusses R rated comedies of the 80s, and his deep love for some movie called "Innerspace.". Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and taped an hour special for ABC and Univision that won the 2015 “Storyteller Award” at the Mixed Remixed Festival in Los Angeles. 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