Wednesday, November 03, 2010

TV Confidential Archives Oct. 25, 2010

First hour: Actor, comedian and impressionist Kevin Pollak joins Ed for a conversation about his gift for impersonations, his early influences as a comedian (including Bill Cosby, George Carlin and Woody Allen), and which comics make him laugh today. Kevin also hosts Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show, a weekly Webcast interview program that he describes as "The Charlie Rose Show, but with a sense of humor." Also in this hour: Ed, Frankie, Tony Figueroa and Donna Allen look back at the career of Tom Bosley and the legacy of Happy Days.

Second hour: Actress Stephanie Zimbalist (Remington Steele) joins Ed for a conversation about Academy Award-winning winning actress Katharine Hepburn, whom Stephanie is portraying in the critically acclaimed one-woman stage production Tea at Five, which is playing at the Falcon Theatre in Burbank, Calif. through Sunday, Nov. 14.Then Ed welcomes actor and author Ron Masak (Murder, She Wrote, At Home with Mark Twain). Ron's book, I've Met All My Heroes From A to Z, is a heartfelt tribute to some of the many people he has met in his career who have had an impact on his life and the world in general.
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