Versatility was once an industry standard in film world. Dancing, singing, fencing, acting... all were required to be considered employable. Oh how the times have changed. The razzle-dazzle knob has turned back a few notches, but many still get stuck in a pigeon hole. Now when an actor branches out from their preferred genre, they're hailed as innovative, groundbreaking & praised for their effort... which is exactly what we're doing this week! Here's what happens when you lose the mic stand and a brick wall for a set and script.
Big Fan (Patton Oswalt)
Good Morning Vietnam (Robin Williams)
Coming to America (James Earl Jones)
This topic may expand later, but this is strictly stand-up comics stepping into studio shoes. Attempting to cut a wide swath, we start serious then end in ridiculous but still real; then a bit of column A and column B in between. Enjoy - it's no carb audio. In fact, you could lose weight listening to this, but you risk blowing snot rockets on your track suit at the gym.