Nov 07, 2012 10:30 PM
Carl Reiner discusses his notable works as an actor, film director, producer, comic and winner of nine Emmy awards; Mel Brooks is interviewed about his distinguished works as a screenwriter, film director, composer, lyricist and comic.
Apr 07, 2014TV Network - Showtime
This is the final episode of the season for "Inside Comedy," which is that series starring David Steinberg in which he sits down and talks to famous comedians/comediennes and finds out how they view the industry and the the world and that which is funny and just about anything else. The notion involves having an in depth conversation with these folks to find out what truly makes them tick. Tonight's season finale features discussions with Kevin Pollack, Bob Saget, and Larry Miller.
Feb 03, 2014TV Network - Showtime
Here is what you have with Showtime's "Inside Comedy" -- a detailed discussion between David Steinberg and comedy legends. That is all that it's about -- Steinberg extracting from comedians how they do what they do and who they are. Over the course of this third season (10 episodes in total), Steinberg will talk to Jimmy Fallon, Zach Galifianakis, Jonah Hill, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Bette Midler, Alan Arkin, Dick Van Dyke, Richard Belzer, and more. Really, that's a pretty good list of folks and the discussions ought to be fascinating.
Apr 08, 2013
Host David Steinberg showcases in-depth interviews with renowned American comic, voice actor and director Ben Stiller, who is best known for "Zoolander," and Canadian actor Mike Myers, who is best known for "Wayne's World" and "Austin Powers."
Mar 09, 2013
Host David Steinberg showcases in-depth interviews with American actor, comic, musician and author Steve Martin, who discusses his recent successes, and esteemed American actress Lily Tomlin, who is known for her creative works in television.
Feb 11, 2013TV Network - Showtime
This series features David Steinberg going out, meeting, and sitting down with comic geniuses. We don't get to see much of the going out and meeting bit, but we do see an awful lot of the sitting down parts. This season Steinberg will be talking to the likes of Louis C.K. and Steve Martin and Tina Fey and Will Ferrell. What exactly will we learn from these people and how will we be able to convert our knowledge into success in the stand-up arena? We just don't know because we haven't learned it yet, but after we watch we will have learned it and then we'll use it... to obtain success in the stand-up arena.