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Paul Lieberstein Went To 'The Office' Acting School

Paul Lieberstein Went To 'The Office' Acting School

Writer Paul Lieberstein (The Newsroom, King of the Hill) discusses the origins of his character Toby Flenderson and how Greg Daniels got him in front of the camera, on the two-hundred and twenty-seventh Box Angeles podcast w/ host Mike ‘Box’ Elder. SUBSCRIBE — LISTEN to the Interview — ~ Box Angeles; ~ Apple; ~ Google; ~ Spotify; FOLLOW #BoxAngeles — ~ Instagram; ~ Twitter; #PaulLieberstein #Acting [Original air date —… Read Article →

Fairytale: The Gingerbread Man read by John Krasinski by Speakaboos

Fairytale: The Gingerbread Man read by John Krasinski by Speakaboos

A woman bakes dessert for her husband—a delicious gingerbread man. But this cookie on the run has other plans in mind! Subscribe to our channel for more free songs and stories: Visit our website: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Google+: this is John Krasinski and I'll be reading the gingerbread man once upon a time an old woman and her husband lived alone in… Read Article →

Fire Drill  - The Office US

Fire Drill – The Office US

This time smoking will SAVE lives. Watch The Office US on Google Play: & iTunes Subscribe // This is the official YouTube channel for The Office US. Home to all of the official clips from the series, the funniest moments, pranks and fails. Think we should feature your favourite episode? Let us know in the comments! FB : Twitter : Website :

How They Wrote The Office

How They Wrote The Office

Ever wonder how they wrote the hit NBC show The Office? Hear from Greg Daniels, Michael Schur, B. J. Novak, and Mindy Kaling about their experiences in the writers’ room and how they created one of the best TV shows in history. Subscribe: Comment below a film or TV show you want me to research next. The Office is an American television sitcom that aired on NBC from March 24,… Read Article →

8 Secrets About Popular Shows The Writers Don't Want You To Know

8 Secrets About Popular Shows The Writers Don't Want You To Know

8 strange ways popular TV shows are written that the writers would never tell you! Subscribe to our channel: We all love some good TV these days and a testament to what makes a show so great and memorable is the writing. Most of the time, scripts are written in a carefully controlled environment with the writing team but sometimes, writers like the play by their own rules. For example,… Read Article →

British vs. American Comedy: What's the Difference?

British vs. American Comedy: What's the Difference?

Is there a big difference in comedic style across the Atlantic? Let’s see. This video was flagged as containing copyright content (I made my case it was fair use, but BBC doesn’t like that explanation), so I can’t show any ads on the video. Please consider Patreon because I hate ads, and with enough Patreon support ads will go away for good. Patreon: Twitter: Videos in Order of Appearance: Monty… Read Article →

The Animation Process - Part 2: Voice Acting

The Animation Process – Part 2: Voice Acting

SEE OUR KICKSTARTER FOR SAM SWEETMILK EPISODE 2! Sweetmilk Studios presents – The Animation Process, in glorious 2D! Part 2 in our 4-part condemnation of animation as a medium. These will lead up to the release of a 3 minute pitch for our animated sci-fi comedy series, ‘Sweetmilk.’ Which is coming along very well, thank you kindly Help us caption & translate this video! white ripe wheat reapers reap white… Read Article →

Old Audition Tapes from the TV Series: The Office

Old Audition Tapes from the TV Series: The Office

Read more here: www.famefocus.com Follow us on Twitter: It’s hard to imagine anyone other than Steve Carell playing the star-making role as Michael Scott on the U.S. version of The Office and no one other that Rainn Wilson would make sense as the weird, eccentric beet farmer Dwight Schrute. But before we all knew who the characters are today, NBC auditioned many now-famous comedic actors for the sitcom back in… Read Article →

A Rich and Famous Author Thinks it's Bogus the Most Successful People Wake up at 4 a.m.

A Rich and Famous Author Thinks it's Bogus the Most Successful People Wake up at 4 a.m.

To be in the corner office, or near the oval office, it’s been said that you’ve need to have an early wakeup call. The thing Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, former First Lady Michelle Obama and Howard Schultz of Starbucks fame have in common is that they reportedly wake up at 4am, according to the Wall Street Journal. Inc. Magazine tweeted that out with some easy ways to boost your productivity… Read Article →

Top 10 Hilarious Celebrity Audition Tapes

Top 10 Hilarious Celebrity Audition Tapes

Top 10 Hilarious Celebrity Audition Tapes Subscribe: // TIMESTAMPS BELOW Whether these actors got the part or not, their performances in these audition tapes were entertaining to watch for one reason or another! From the surprising, such as Seth Rogen auditioning to be Dwight on The Office, Scarlett Johansson’s terrible Jumanji audition, or Russell Brand’s 100% improvised audition to be Aldous Snow in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, these are the best… Read Article →

How To WRITE DIALOGUE for HOLLYWOOD MOVIE SCRIPTS | Screenplay Writing Tips

How To WRITE DIALOGUE for HOLLYWOOD MOVIE SCRIPTS | Screenplay Writing Tips

What makes dialogue work? How should characters talk? Is Quentin Tarantino the master of screenwriting? How does Woody Allen use dialogue in his story telling? Let’s explore the power of dialogue in film and take a look at what Now You See It calls the “Dead Parent Test.” which I don’t know what that is. Become a FILMGEEK: Movies & Shows to study: The Office, Pulp Fiction, Birdman, Night Crawler,… Read Article →