Episode 52 – Marie Mouté

Marie Mouté is an actress and one of the stars of the Dominique-Strauss-Kahn inspired film, “Welcome to New York” and has graced both television and film with memorable performances. Marie sits down with Jake from Los Angeles where they discuss growing up in Europe, the road to becoming an actress and her passion for film and exploring new roles. Marie talks about what it was like working with legendary Director, Abel Ferrara and the incredible cast (Gerard Depardieu & Jacqueline Bisset) in her latest movie role. An amazing interview with a talented actress you won’t want to miss.   Marie Mouté on IMDB This episode is sponsored by Darren Langlois Photography and THD Construction. Support us by supporting them! You can become a PATRON of the Patreon fund here. http://s3.amazonaws.com/fnlpodcasts/Episode_52_-_Marie_Moute.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

Episode 51 – Ricky Whittle

  Ricky Whittle is more than just a pretty face. He’s an accomplished actor and star of the hit show, “The 100”. Jake sits down with Ricky from Los Angeles where he’s getting ready for Season 3 of the show and they talk all about life growing up a military kid, getting bullied growing up and how he got into acting. Ricky drops some amazing insight into some life lessons and how people watching makes Los Angeles so much more enjoyable. This is one episode you don’t want to miss! Ricky Whittle on Twitter Ricky on Instagram The 100 This episode is sponsored by Darren Langlois Photography and THD Construction. It’s also made possible by listeners like you! You can join our PATREON fund here. http://s3.amazonaws.com/fnlpodcasts/Episode_51_-_Ricky_Whittle.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...

Episode 50 – Aaron Berg

I first heard of Aaron Berg when Canada’s “King of Comedy” Mark Breslin was on my show doing an interview. Since then, I have become a huge fan. His comedy is honest, raw and hilarious. Aaron joins Jake from New York where he makes his home now and talks about growing up in Canada in a Jewish household where career expectations were well known. Aaron discusses how his career path changed over the years, why he made the move to New York and what it’s like making it in one of the world’s toughest markets for truly gifted comedians. Aaron’s new book: “The Essential Guide To Being A Gentleman” Aaron Berg on Twitter Aaron’s Website This episode is brought to you by Darren Langlois Photography & THD Construction. Support us by supporting them! You can become a PATRON of the show by visiting here. http://s3.amazonaws.com/fnlpodcasts/Episode_50_-_Aaron_Berg.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |...