IN THIS EPISODE:
Today we invite Rob Kerkovich actor, writer who plays Sebastian from the massive CBS show NCIS: New Orleans. We discuss the creativity behind acting and how he develops his character. Rob shares his journey from college to comedy troupe to network television and more. Then Paul Antico joins us to discuss his experience with the controversial Atomos Shogun 4K recorder.
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Spotlight: Rob Kerkovich
Rob Kerkovich is an actor, writer and currently stars as Sebastian Lund in NCIS: New Orleans on CBS. We discuss Rob’s journey from struggling actor to network star and how he develops his character Sebastian. Rob shares stories about his comedy troupe Summer of Tears and how it opened doors that led to developing projects with NBC and CBS. We also cover his latest project, Tesla and Twain which is likely on its way to being a massive success. But most importantly, he was my good friend from high school and starred in some of my most ridiculous and embarrassing home movies that should never and will never go online…
- Starring in NCIS: New Orleans
- Dealing with hate online
- How to survive the life of a struggling actor.
- Is New Orleans the new Hollywood?
- Rob’s comedy troupe Summer of Tears
- How to turn a web series into a network smash
- How “not caring so much” may land you a dream gig.
- and more…
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