Actor and comic Jonathan Kite joins Mase & Sue to talk about his stand-up career and his countless celebrity impressions including Seth Rogen, Vince Vaughn, Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and on and on. They also discuss his new show "Dad Stop Embarrassing Me" on Netflix.
An encore presentation of a very unique #CulturePop episode. Steve Mason and John Ireland have worked together for 27 years. In this conversation, John interviews Mase...and they go deep. If you're a "Mason & Ireland" fan, this show will take you way behind the curtains and into the personal lives of the guys you listen to every day.
"The Walking Dead" creator Robert Kirkman talks with Mase & Sue about how his popular comic book became a hit for over a decade on AMC. He discusses the origin of the zombie tale, the process of turning the book into the television series and why he thinks the show has become a phenomenon. Plus, Robert has a new show called "Invincible" based on his comic book of the same name. Get an inside look at this Amazon superhero hit.
Merrill Markoe is one of the funniest people around. She was lead writer on "Late Night with David Letterman," inventing both Studio Pet Tricks and Stupid Human Tricks and winning 3 Primetime Emmy Awards. She went on to write on shows like "Newhart," "Sex & the City" and "Moonlighting" and has written for Rolling Stone, the New York Times, the Huffington Post and more. Her books include 'Calm, Cool & Contentious," "Merrill Markoe's Guide to Love" and her latest, a graphic novel called "We Saw Scenery."
Actor Harry Lennix joins Mase & Sue to talk about his role in "Zack Snyder's Justice League" and the revelation that his character, General Swanwick, is actually Martian Manhunter. They also discuss Harry's role in the long-running NBC series "The Blacklist" and his work on Broadway in August Wilson's "Radio Golf."
Actor Wilson Cruz joins Mase & Sue to talk about his role on "Star Trek: Discovery" which is a breakthrough for the LGBTQ community. They also talk about the incredible single season and abrupt cancellation of "My So Called Life." Plus they discuss Cruz's role in "Rent," now celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Mase & Sue talk with Valerie Mahaffey, one of the best-known character actors in Hollywood. She discusses her new film "French Exit" for which she has been nominated for the Independent Spirit Award along with her roles in "Dead to Me," "Sully," "Big Sky" and more.