Table for Two

Table for Two

For decades, Bruce Bozzi worked at the highest end of the service industry, managing his family’s storied restaurant, The Palm. And if he learned one thing, it’s that the best parties always end up in the kitchen. Table for Two is based on that premise, and on the friendships Bruce has forged along the way with some of the most well-known people in Hollywood, media, and beyond. Over the romance of a meal at one of his favorite restaurants, Bruce interviews a special guest and seeks to untangle the intricate web of power and fame. Tune in for Table for Two—like all the best dinner parties, it’s intimate, a bit conspiratorial, and a whole lot of fun.

Episodes

July 16, 2024 6 mins

Whether on stage as a stand-up comedian, alongside Larry David in Curb Your Enthusiasm, or answering lightning-round questions, Susie Essman never fails to get a laugh out of her audience. On this week’s bonus episode of Table for Two, Essman joins host Bruce Bozzi and shares her favorite comics, her biggest New York City pet peeve, and the celebrity she met that stunned her. Hear a preview of the episode below, and listen and subs...

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David Duchovny believes he’s a writer at heart. And though the Golden Globe-winner has achieved a level of acting success that would seem to eclipse his proficiency in any other art form, he has a point. After developing a love of books in high school, Duchovny was off to Princeton, and then to Yale to pick up an M.A. in English Literature. All this before ever trying his hand at acting, and starring as the enthusiastic Fox Mulder ...

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July 2, 2024 5 mins

For someone who loves reading enough to start a book club, picking a favorite novel can be a near-impossible task. But on this week’s bonus episode of Table for Two, Emma Roberts joins host Bruce Bozzi and does just that, and also discusses the actor she most admires and the singer she can’t get enough of.

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June 25, 2024 43 mins

It’s hard to forge your own path in Hollywood. It’s even more difficult to do so when your aunt is Julia Roberts, you rose to fame as a Nickelodeon star, and executives seem to think of you only in terms of one role: “the girl next door.” Emma Roberts faced all these challenges. But because of a single show (American Horror Story), and a single producer (Ryan Murphy) who saw untapped potential in her, Roberts was able to transition...

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June 18, 2024 3 mins

Even when pressed for time, the eminently erudite David Duchovny has no trouble answering questions on the fly. On this week’s bonus episode of Table for Two, Duchovny straps in for host Bruce Bozzi’s lightning-round about his favorite movie, the first word that comes to mind when he hears X-Files, and the advice that changed his life. Hear a preview of the episode below, and listen and subscribe on the iHeartRadio App, Apple Podca...

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June 11, 2024 38 mins

For Kristen Wiig, stage fright is an asset. It’s only when this feeling subsides—and a job or role feels comfortable—that she knows it’s time to push her boundaries. This is what led her to leave The Groundlings, an L.A.-based comedy troupe, to join Saturday Night Live, where over seven seasons she established herself as one of the most celebrated cast members in its history. It also drove her to move from live television to film, ...

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June 4, 2024 6 mins

The music children obsess over is not all created equal, which makes Kristen Wiig particularly thankful that Taylor Swift’s “Welcome To New York”—a song she can get behind—is one of her daughters’ current obsessions. On this week’s bonus episode of Table for Two, Wiig answers other lightning-round questions from host Bruce Bozzi, including her biggest pet peeve, what Lorne Michaels means to her, and the first thing that comes to mi...

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May 28, 2024 42 mins

To perfectly capture the essence of a subject, director Sam Taylor-Johnson borrows a strategy used by method actors. The British filmmaker and photographer says she enters the character's headspace to better represent their feelings, emotions, and complexities. For this reason, Taylor-Johnson only seeks out projects she can viscerally connect to, which was the case with her new Amy Winehouse biopic, Back to Black. On this week’s ep...

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May 21, 2024 7 mins

Sam Taylor-Johnson may have just directed the Amy Winehouse biopic Back to Black, but don’t be fooled: her musical tastes run much deeper than the singer's hit “Valerie." On this week’s bonus episode of Table for Two, Taylor-Johnson reveals the other artists in her rotation, her biggest pet peeve, and the advice from Anthony Minghella that altered the course of her career.

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May 14, 2024 48 mins

When Ellen Barkin was at Manhattan’s High School of Performing Arts, the aspiring actress's teachers thought she lacked the talent (and the looks) to succeed on stage. This slight drove Barkin to prove the skeptics wrong. After appearing in several off-Broadway plays, she broke into the mainstream in 1982 with Diner, which kickstarted a prodigious career in films such as The Big Easy and Sea of Love, as well as on television and on...

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May 6, 2024 5 mins

On the first Monday in May each year, celebrities and fashion aficionados the world over descend on New York City for the Met Gala. Who better to consult with about the extravaganza than the master of ceremonies herself, Vogue editor Anna Wintour? In her sit-down last year with Table for Two host and AIR MAIL contributor Bruce Bozzi, Wintour reflected on her involvement in the Met Gala, and how it grew into the star-studded spectac...

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April 30, 2024 40 mins

It’s difficult to imagine Jeff Goldblum anywhere but center stage—and no one is more aware of this than the actor himself, who has always had a clear sense of artistic purpose. With almost no plan of action, a teenage Goldblum took to New York City, and through the 1970s appeared in films directed by the likes of Robert Altman and Philip Kaufman. Later hits in what has become a five decade career came in The Big Chill, The Fly, and...

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April 23, 2024 4 mins

On this week’s episode of Table for Two, Tony Award-winning actress Ellen Barkin puts her confidence on display as she answers host Bruce Bozzi’s lightning-round questions about her guilty pleasure, her greatest inspiration, and the advice Robert Duvall gave her that changed her life.

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April 16, 2024 41 mins

Growing up in Staten Island, Colin Jost hung around many of his mother’s colleagues at the New York City Fire Department. He quickly gained an appreciation for the power of laughter, even in grave circumstances. By middle school, Jost was doing David Letterman impressions for classmates, and less than a decade later, while enrolled at Harvard, he rose to the top of the masthead of the school's humor magazine, the Lampoon. Suffice i...

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April 9, 2024 20 mins

Like many great actors, Jeff Goldblum has the gift of gab. It’s no surprise, then, that a few lightning round questions become a full-on performance for the exuberant actor, who joins AIR MAIL contributor and host Bruce Bozzi on this week’s Table for Two to share his favorite books, his favorite first date, and why his superpower of choice wouldn’t be something you'd find in the Marvel Universe.

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April 2, 2024 42 mins

Michael Mann thinks of directing from the inside out. Even when he's working with established actors like Roberto De Niro and Daniel Day-Lewis, he focuses on providing a stimulus—through script, choreography, and verbal cues—that the performers can react to. This approach has earned Mann a reputation for bringing out the best in his casts, and for creating characters in films like Heat and The Last of the Mohicans that are at once ...

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March 26, 2024 7 mins

Over a year since his first appearance on Table for Two, the always entertaining Andy Cohen is back! This week he joins host Bruce Bozzi for a lightning round, dishing on his first celebrity crush, his go-to tactic for ending a bad date, and what he feels is the worst part about fame.

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March 19, 2024 42 mins

As a promising theater student at Carnegie Mellon, Matt Bomer’s trajectory pointed towards the shimmering stages of Broadway. But upon arrival in Manhattan, he instead landed a role on a soap opera—slightly out of step with the theatrical future he envisioned. And yet today, Bomer views those early years as vital to his later success. The Golden Globe Award-winner has starred in feature films, plays, and television shows including ...

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March 12, 2024 8 mins

On the last episode of Table for Two, Da’Vine Joy Randolph was an Academy Award-nominated actress. That all changed on Sunday night when she won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. This week, Da’Vine continues her conversation with host and Air Mail contributor Bruce Bozzi, and describes what goes into award-night speech planning and why she watches classic films to calm her nerves. Hear a preview of the episode below, and listen...

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March 5, 2024 38 mins

In her junior year at Temple University, Da’Vine Joy Randolph was essentially forced out of the school’s opera program. Unsure of what to do, she decided to join the school’s musical theater track—and immediately, Randolph turned heads. Her ability to bring something wholly her own to a wide variety of characters eventually impressed the Yale School of Drama, from which she eventually graduated. There, Randolph honed the warmth and...

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