Mike Schmidt has been a standup comedian/writer since 1991. Started in Los Angeles, moved to Chicago in 1993 to work the road, then moved back to L.A. in 1997. He's been lucky enough to earn his living in the entertainment business ever since. He's had small acting roles in the film “BASEketball”, the television show “Malcolm In The Middle”, and in numerous commercials that you may have had to sit through before Tivo came along and made everything better. After a year-long stint of the "Never Not Funny" podcast, he wound up staring his own podcast, “The 40 Year Old Boy”, which has been called, “the funniest answering machine message you’ll ever get.” He, and we, call it a brutally funny and profane stream-of-consciousness monologue about his life. Currently, in addition to "The 40 Year Old Boy," Mike occasionally tours the country with his own one-man show.
I don't give a good f*** what you know, but I'm gonna torture you, regardless. This week, we talk about the legendary indie crime drama hit, "Reservoir Dogs." Someone's got a red hot poker up our asses, and I wanna know whose hand is on the handle.
Host Rob Matsushita is a playwright, author, filmmaker and a huge fan of "The 40 Year Old Boy." You can learn more about his work at IverPictures.com.