Tinseltown triple-threat Edward Burns—who’s got a slew of writing, directing and acting credits under his belt—now has talk radio on his mind, too.
That’s because the Saving Private Ryan star’s new flick, Nice Guy Johnny, tells the story of a talk-radio host who adores his job, but wrestles with trading it in “for a snooze-ville gig that’ll pay enough to please his fiancée.”
Interviewed on Baseball Digest Live, Ed shares his thoughts on professional success.
When host Mark Healey asks, “BlogTalkRadio hosts represent everybody—whether they want to get into the movie business or the broadcasting business, it’s all entertainment-based. If you had one little chunk of advice to give anybody that wants to get in this business, what would you say to them?” Ed says:
“Well, my old man gave me two bits of advice. One, he said, ‘Look, if you find something that you love to do, you’ll never work a day in your life. That job, regardless of what it pays Continue reading