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Horror Host Dr. Gangrene

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Release Date: 03/17/2015

Fashion Designer Patricc Reed show art Fashion Designer Patricc Reed

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Patricc Reed started making shirts in the military on a whim. Somehow, it became his passion and lifelong pursuit. With stops in Alabama, Tennessee, Orlando, and Los Angeles, he's somehow cobbled together several companies and continues to design and produce at a frenetic pace. His next goal? Making a difference in children's lives through his work. He sits down with Kurt to discuss his odd and unexpected journey that took him from the marines to serving bags of groceries to underprivileged kids.

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Comic Book Creator Harold Sipe show art Comic Book Creator Harold Sipe

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Harold Sipe's creative journey started off at a young age with sculpting. Somehow, a turn of fateful events led him to digital media and app development. Along the way, his comic book interests grew into the formation of Screamland, a critically acclaimed comic book miniseries. Harold sits down with Kurt to discuss his creative path, the ups and downs of the comic book industry, and why the monster Frank hasn't left his thoughts just yet…

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Actor AC Sanford show art Actor AC Sanford

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Imagine that in your first major acting role, you're cast as a historically important man whose murder leads to a riotous scenario which becomes the catalyst for change throughout the South. AC Sanford didn't have to imagine it, he did it. He sits down with Kurt to talk about that pivotal role, his upbringing in Orlando, his self-motivational ways, and how he remains level-headed in an industry that feeds fame addiction. Funny and insightful, AC shares his journey...

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Bassist Adam Fauth show art Bassist Adam Fauth

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Adam Fauth has trekked the country by following his musical instincts. He's played in a myriad of bands, and plugged in at some of the most hallowed and historic venues in Los Angeles. He sits down with Kurt to talk about the ways in which his creative aspirations have changed over time, how he decided on the bass in the first place, and why actually building an instrument from scratch has opened up his respect for musicians even more. 

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Co-Executive Producer Vijal Patel show art Co-Executive Producer Vijal Patel

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Vijal Patel a co-executive producer and writer for ABC's hit comedy black-ish. His journey to this point is fascinating – the family he grew up in, the profession he studied for, and the crazy change of plans when he took a chance on himself by turning down a job others would kill for so that he could pursue a career for which he had no formal training.

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Storyteller Daniel Rangel show art Storyteller Daniel Rangel

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Daniel Rangel was a young man studying theater in New York, dreaming of a life on the big screen. Fifteen years later, he's finally found peace and happiness with the family he's surrounded by. He sits down with Kurt to talk frankly about his lean years in Los Angeles, the reality of "making it", and why he returned to his hometown in Minnesota. Does he miss acting? And is he still creative? If so, how?

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Content Creator Trisha Hershberger show art Content Creator Trisha Hershberger

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Trisha Hershberger, or 'ThatGrlTrish’ as her legions of fans know her, has been the staple of many geeks' newsfeeds for some time. Whether hosting shows for SourceFed, recruiting followers for The Naked Army, or acting in little-known indie projects, Trish commands the spotlight. But what price comes with that spotlight? And how did a girl from little-town Pennsylvania find herself in Hollywood creating content? Kurt sits down to discuss all this plus why those Eagles from Lord of the Rings bother Kurt so much...

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Sitcom Writer Howie Kremer show art Sitcom Writer Howie Kremer

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In Howie Kremer's short time in Hollywood, he's survived the writing room at Community, written an episode of Trophy Wife, and created two award-winning web series. All this despite being a loyal St. Louis Cardinals fan. Listen in as Kurt interviews Howie about sleeping on couches, what to say in order to get a job as a writer's assistant, and why quitting his cushy job and moving out west with his girlfriend turned out to be the smartest gamble of his life. Listen in, because one day Howie will be running a network sitcom...

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Horror Host Dr. Gangrene show art Horror Host Dr. Gangrene

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Larry Underwood has been nominated for an Emmy, won two Rondos, been drawn into THE Dick Tracy comic strip, appeared on Spike TV, and was written about in USA Today. And just this year, Larry was inducted into the Horror Host Hall of Fame, all from just getting an itch to honor his own childhood horror host Sir Cecil Creape and be creative himself. But more than just his alter-ego Dr. Gangrene, Larry showed his creativity from a young age, including starting his own independent comic book publishing company. He sits down with Kurt to discuss his journey, his feelings on horror hosting, and how...

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Novelist Micah Moss show art Novelist Micah Moss

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Micah Moss is the son of a dentist and the brother of a marine. So how did this Oregonian end up in Hollywood, getting an agent from a Pitch Fest, and ultimately starting work on young adult novels? It's not nearly as bizarre as it sounds, but certainly interesting. Micah and Kurt also talk losing a manager that believed in you, the combination of art with tech, and why Micah chose to write three screenplays first and then turn them into novels. Oh yeah, and early jobs at pizza parlors.

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