Phil Rosenthal: The genius who created Everybody Loves Raymond dishes about his new documentary, Exporting Raymond, which tells the true story of turning the classic CBS series into a Russian sitcom. “He’s the exact opposite of Ray,” Phil tells Milling About host Robin Milling of the lead character. “Like a serial killer!”
Jim Breuer: The funnyman who rose to fame as a Saturday Night Live castmember—and now hosts Raw Dog Comedy on Sirius Satellite Radio—hangs with Backstage Comedy Live hosts Cory Andrews and Dave Fiorillo. Plus: Two-time Rhode Island’s Funniest Comic champ Brian Beaudoin.
Jane Velez-Mitchell: The HLN anchor, whose show focuses on high-profile homicides, cold cases and other hot topics, drops in on host—and fellow true-crime commentator—Levi Page to chat about her new book, Addict Nation, about which Joy Behar says, “I think I’m hooked. But in a good way.”
Randy Barbato: The actor-producer—who brought us such TV fare as RuPaul’s Drag U to the little screen—chats with Movie Geeks United hosts Jamey DuVall and Jerry Dennis about his new big-screen documentary, Becoming Chaz, which follows Chastity Bono’s gender transformation.
Laura Vandervoort: The Canadian cutie, who heated up the small screen as Supergirl on Smallville, stops by Mantalk to chat with host Brent Weiler about her role as Lisa on ABC’s V, which tells the story of an alien species that arrives on Earth ready to hatch a sinister plot.
Judith Chapman: The actress who has played Gloria Fisher on The Young and the Restless since 2005 sits down with OutTakes host Laurie Baker to discuss her upcoming one-woman play Vivian, about Gone with the Wind star Vivien Leigh.
Judy Reyes: The actress who played nurse Carla Espinoza on NBC’s Scrubs chats with Movie Addict Headquarters host Betty Jo Tucker about her starring role opposite Esai Morales in Gun Hill Road, which was selected for competition at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
The Fryman: The Keflavik, Iceland (yes, Iceland) born comedian—who has appeared on BET’s Comic View (yes, BET)—chats with Chuck and PJ host Chuck Tolbert about his eclectic 20-year career, which (Drew Carey-like) includes a stint in the Marines.
Skyler Jett: The singer-songwriter—who has worked with such A-listers as Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Celine Dion and The Commodores—drops in on After Thoughts host Denice Newton to chat about his latest venure, the Internet-based First Kiss Records.