Travis McElroy is still hoping to find the moment we reached “peak Jim Carrey”

Travis McElroy is the “middlest brother” of the podcast world, thanks to his status as one of the three hosts of comedy advice show My Brother, My Brother And Me, and he’s used the popularity of that series to build a little media empire along with his brothers Justin and Griffin. They branched out into a spin-off…

Andie McDowell on Multiplicity and being pushed back to work after she had kids

A working actor for more than 30 years, Andie MacDowell has played the drawling ingénue in everything from Four Weddings And A Funeral to Magic Mike XXL. She confounded Bill Murray in Groundhog Day and went toe to toe with any number of Michael Keatons in Multiplicity. Now, she’s starring opposite Chris O’Dowd in Love…

Karen Kilgariff has profound thoughts about self-acceptance—and ranch dressing

Although she hasn’t always been front and center the way she is now, if you’re a fan of comedy, you’ve either seen Karen Kilgariff or watched (and laughed at) something she wrote. Perhaps you first encountered her on Mr. Show, where she appeared in such classic sketches as “Lifeboat” and the East Coast/West Coast…

Nightmare On Elm Street’s Robert Englund is no longer afraid of snakes, but cops still freak him out

“Good. I’m sick of answering questions about how long my makeup takes,” Robert Englund says upon being told that we’re going to do a different kind of interview. Not that Englund isn’t grateful for the fame that playing Freddy Krueger in the Nightmare On Elm Street series has brought him over the past four decades;…

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