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Bob Andelman

Citizen based in St. Petersburg, Florida, United States. Joined on Jun 10, 2008
Expertise in Social media, Movies, Entertainment, Books, Celebrities



Mr. Media Radio: Ray Schlogel, indie filmmaker, For Love & Stacie Special

All the air escaped my lungs at the end of Ray Schlogel’s independent film, "For Love & Stacie." I was angry, petulant… and then the credits rolled and I was reminded that it was a drama, not a documentary.

Mr. Media Radio: Nicole Sabrina Stuart, actress, 'Captain' Special

I make my living as a writer—books, magazine articles and, of course, introductions to Mr. Media Radio interviews. But I can’t say I have any experience with writer’s block.

Mr. Media Radio: Deborah Calla, film producer, 'A Beautiful Life' Special

My sense is that Deborah Calla, who produced and co-wrote the new indie film A Beautiful Life, feels a strong connection to the lead character of Maggie.

Mr. Media Radio: Bai Ling, film actress, 'A Beautiful Life' Special

Bai Ling stands out among American actresses for so many reasons: she’s Chinese, fand she reads lines differently than her counterparts, a little softer here, a little louder there. She stars in the film A Beautiful Life.

Mr. Media Radio: Doug Savant, ABC-TV star, 'Desperate Housewives' Special

Doug Savant’s real wife, Laura Leighton, is floating lifeless in the pool over at Fox’s new “Melrose Place.” Meanwhile, his TV wife, Felicity Huffman on ABC’s “Desperate Housewives,” is expecting twins, again.

Mr. Media Radio: Dario Scardapane, NBC TV show creator, 'Trauma' Special

From what I’ve read, the opening 10 minutes of the NBC drama “Trauma”—and say that five times fast—is the greatest introduction to a TV show ever. It cures cancer, tames global warming and reveals the secrets behind “Lost.”

Mr. Media Radio: Matthew Krentz, indie filmmaker, 'Streetballers' Special

If I were running a major American movie studio, I’d want to make Matthew Krentz’s apprenticeship as an indie filmmaker short. In other words, I’d want to be in business with this handsome, talented young auteur.

Mr. Media Radio: Eddie McClintock, star, 'Warehouse 13' Special

I’m a believer in the wonders of SyFy’s new series, “Warehouse 13.” Oh, I won’t lie to you: there were a few moments in the early episodes where my wife, my daughter and I weren’t sure how much longer we’d stick with it.

Mr. Media Radio: Kathy Ireland, model, Dancing With the Stars Special

Kathy Ireland is among the biggest names joining the cast of “Dancing With The Stars” this season, which kicks off on Monday, September 21.

Mr. Media Radio: Cheryl Hines, actress, 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Special

By BOB ANDELMAN (Originally broadcast October 21, 2007) Cheryl Hines has one of the most challenging acting jobs on television: she plays Larry David’s long-suffering TV wife on the HBO comedy “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” now in its sixth season.

Mr. Media Radio: Bob Byington, indie filmmaker, 'Harmony and Me' Special

By BOB ANDELMAN Harmony and Me, Bob Byington’s new film about a young man struggling to make sense of being dumped by his girlfriend, is being promoted as a slacker comedy. But the term that struck me—and it may be seriously dated—is “sad sacker.

Mr. Media Radio: Jonathan Bennett, actor, Van Wilder, Mean Girls Special

When I was a freshman at the University of Miami back in 1978, Animal House was all the rage and the coolest guys on campus wanted to be like “Otter,” played by Peter Riegert. He knew all the girls, glided through school and was envied by all the guys

Mr. Media Radio: Jay Karnes, actor, 'Donkey Punch,' 'Burn Notice' Special

As “Brennan,” Jay Karnes makes life miserable for Michael Weston on USA Network’s cool spy show, “Burn Notice.” He’s the first recurring bad guy to make an impact opposite the show’s regulars and it seems likely we haven’t seen the last of

Mr. Media Radio: Christian Finnegan, comedian, 'Au Contraire' Special

Some how, some way, Christian Finnegan has managed to scrape out a unique identity for himself as a stand-up comedian. He’s the guy who, on first glance, you think maybe he’s gay. But he’s not. Ask him about his father-in-law, if you have any doubt.

Mr. Media: David Faber, author of And Then the Roof Caved In Special

CNBC anchor and reporter David Faber is my guest today. He’s the author of a new book, "And Then the Roof Caved In: How Wall Street's Greed and Stupidity Brought Capitalism to Its Knees."

Mr. Media Radio: A.J. Jacobs, author, 'The Guinea Pig Diaries' Special

I’m a little worried about A.J. Jacobs. His latest book, The Guinea Pig Diaries: My Life as an Experiment, takes the social tests and reveals a funny, introspective man who may be in danger of becoming a caricature of himself.

Mr. Media Radio: Ken Blanchard, co-author, 'One-Minute Manager' Special

I figure I’ve got 60 seconds to interest you in today’s interview with Ken Blanchard. If you have to ask why 60 seconds, you obviously don’t know my guest’s work. He’s best known as the author of The One-Minute Manager.

Mr. Media Radio: Anat Barton, documentary filmmaker, ‘Beer Wars’ Special

This should be an interesting show. We have a guest who is allergic to beer and a host who never touches the stuff. Naturally, the subject is… beer!

Mr. Media Radio: Freddie E. Williams II, artist, DC Comics Guide Special

I am old enough to remember what a sensation Stan Lee and John Buscema caused back in 1978 when the book, How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way, was published.

Mr. Media Radio: Anna Jane Grossman, Obsolete: An Encyclopedia Special

As I’m saying this, I can’t help wondering if, by the time you hear this, I won’t be obsolete. Think I’m kidding? I’m not.
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