Formerly known as 'Red Carpet Rendezvous,' 'Lauren Interviews' is a weekly podcast for all things entertainment, pop culture, news, politics & New York City. Instagram @Lauren_interviews Email: Lauren@magicshak.com Twitter: @Conlin_Lauren
Tom Pelphrey joins us fresh off the series finale of 'Ozark'! He's super sweet and talented- ladies, get ready!
Matt James joins us to plug his new book, out now, 'First Impressions'...We get into some 'bachelor TEA' as well, as Matt's season had LOTS of drama.
It's been quite some time since chlid actor Ke Huy Quan graced us on screen since Indiana Jones Temple of Doom & The Goonies! He's back for a new film in theaters now called 'Everything Everywhere All At Once' also starring Jamie Lee Curtis! Ke is so fascinating, this episode is a must listen!
*Special quickie episode featuring LaLa Kent of 'Vanderpump Rules' on Bravo! Lala just released her new book, 'Give them Lala,' & has no plans of slowing down anytime soon! Find out about her dating life, what's up with James, plus how she 'co-parents' with Randall Emmett...
*warning- Lala's phone connection wasn't the best- it cuts out at times- so sorry for that- we tried our best to make it...
By the age of 23, Coss Marte was making over $2 million dollars a year in NYC selling cocaine. After getting caught & sentenced to 7 years in jail, Coss decided it was time to make a change. Listen to his inspiring story of how he created a fitness empire while in prison, and now helps reformed prisoners with employment!
Actor Michael Ealy joins Lauren Interviews to talk his new film, 'The Devil You Know' starring Omar Epps and in theaters & on demand now!
Kelly AuCoin is a killer actor with an amazing range! He's graced us on screen in Billions, The Americans & now the brand new show on Hulu, 'The Girl from Plainville.' Kelly is so down to earth and fun, we know you'll love him.
We have an action packed show today featuring filmmakers Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah, the team behind Kanye's JEEN-YUHS on Netflix! Plus Seann William Scott discusses being a millennial heartthrob, plus his new tv show!
The wildly adorable Oliver Hudson joins 'Lauren Interviews' to chat about his show 'The Cleaning Lady' on Fox (the first season just ended, you can stream the whole season now), growing up with famous parents (ahem, Goldie Hawn & Kurt Russell) plus his other projects in the works!
Eion Bailey made us SWOON back in the day watching 'Centerstage' when he played Susan May Pratt's boyfriend! Since then, he's had some amazing roles, including David in 'Band of Brothers' and Ricky in 'Fight Club.' Now Eion stars in the 'Walking Dead-esque' new show, 'From' on Epix. We are ALL caught up on the episodes and give Eion FIVE STARS!!!!
Ric Prado is a former CIA agent with a new book (out March 1st) called 'BLACK OPS: THE LIFE OF A CIA SHADOW WARRIOR'. What an intense and awesome conversation we had; a very different and thoughtful episode for 'Lauren Interviews ' with many timely references... we know you're going to be soooo impressed with Ric!
Al Roker joins us to chat about his new documentary (out this Saturday Night at 7pm on INSP TV), 'Freedom on the Range' which is about America's first black cowboys. Al was so sweet & friendly...we couldn't help but also ask him about his thoughts on NYC's new mayor...check out what he has to say!
Actor & Photographer Chris Lowell stops by to plug his new show on Hulu, How I Met Your Father! Plus director/writer Reid Carolin joins us to chat Magic Mike plus his directorial debut with Channing Tatum on the film, 'DOG'...in theaters now!
Actor Harold Perrineau (Oz, Lost) absolutely CHARMS us on this week's episode of Lauren Interviews. Harold discusses his new show, FROM, premiering tomorrow on EPIX, and his past work!
Disney's biggest Broadway stars discuss the return of Broadway; featuring Shoba Narayan (Jasmine in Aladdin) and Brandon McCall (Simba in the Lion King).
Former NFL Linebacker Levon Kirkland (he played for the Steelers, Chiefs & the Eagles) talks Superbowl; plus the Oscar Nominated Director/Producer Reginald Hudland talks the Oscars & his new show on Prime Video, 'Phat Tuesdays.' FUN FACT about Reginald: He WROTE and DIRECTED the movie, ' House Party'!!!!
Chris Sullivan made his directorial debut on last night's episode of 'This is Us,' and he gives us all the details on this week's episode of 'Lauren Interviews'!
We have TV Veterinarian, Dr. Jan Pol, of the series 'The Incredible Dr. Pol' on Disney + and Nat Geo! Dr. Pol was SO MUCH FUN to talk to..even though we admit to not being crazy animal lovers! You can catch the new season of 'The Incredible Dr. Pol' on Nat Geo through March 5th, and all past seasons on Disney+!
Jessica Frances Duke, who plays Agent Maya Miller on 'Ozark,' chats about the series finale and all things 'Ozark'! The last season of the beloved show was released on Netflix last Friday, 1/ 21! There will still be 7 more episodes released at a later date!
Actress Famke Janssen (X-Men, Nip Tuck) dropped by to plug her new film out in theaters today, 'Redeeming Love'! Famke also discussed her love of NYC, and need to remain private, while having a profession in the public eye.
Yassss Jimmy! Jefferson White stops by the podcast to discuss season 4 of Yellowstone AND the new Yellowstone podcast that he's hosting!
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.