A podcast that rips back the curtain on the Stand-Up world and the people who thrive in it. Laugh, and cry, as Terry-Ann Zander and Terri Walters delve into the backstories of today’s funniest jokesters.
With 21 podcast episodes under our belt, we talk about putting SKoC on a temporary hiatus. We want to step back, evaluate and, that's right EVOLVE. We'll be back in some way, shape or form in the near future. Love to you all, back at ya later! TAZ and TLW
Debbie Bazza, born, and raised in Bronx NY, talks with Terry-Ann and Terri about relationships, kids, comedy and COVID.
Meet Bronx Babe, Debbie Bazza
Living Divorce, Bronx-Style
Raising Boys v. Girls
The Road to Comedy – It runs through the family.
Adapting to various changes in Comedy spurred by COVID – Tech, isolation, lack of interaction.
On Education and Religion
Coming out o...
To say The Beatles are part of Helaine’s life would be a vast understatement. As a groupie of the fab four in the 60’s, to following (ok, stalking) John, Paul, George and Ringo on several continents, Helaine remains a lifelong fan. Tune in with TA and Helaine, and follow along in her fascinating journey.
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Meet Helaine Witt! Helaine started her stand-up and improv career by taking classes from Robin Williams' ...
A recent transplant to Las Vegas, meet Linda Marcus Smith! Linda discovered comedy later in life. She can often be found strolling the Vegas strip in a prom gown bringing light and fun to the scene. Linda runs her own veteran shows and training classes for military and veterans. She hosts an award-winning show “The Comics’ Spot” on YouTube where she has interviewed more than 500 comics to date.
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Meet Linda Marcus...
NYC guy, Paul Hallasy has shaped and built his artistic career through writing, perseverance, grit, networking and reinvention – but especially writing. While some follow Hemingway’s advice of “write drunk, edit sober” Paul takes a different tact of “write early, edit later.” He has learned that it’s vital to get your ideas down on paper when they’re freshest – for him that’s as soon as he wakes up – and worry about culling and edi...
Japanese-born, USA-inspired, Kilara is a one-of-a-kind stand-up comic performing her craft in a conservative culture. In a country where people don’t typically talk about their problems and where it’s unacceptable to “poke fun” at others, Kilara has had to evolve and adapt her comedy into a “safe zone” for Japanese audiences. But, all that may be changing as the online world is rapidly bringing a diversity of opinions and previousl...
A denizen of New York City, Vanessa might be the hardest-working person in the comedy biz. Drawing on her own life experiences and being raised by an unconventional Mother, Vanessa’s humor reflects a rawness and vulnerability that goes to the heart of the matter. Delivered in her unique hard-hitting style, Vanessa’s audiences easily engage in the comic relief she delivers.
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Meet Vanessa Hollingshead:
Originally a denizen of the Floridian West Coast, Gaye is a 31-year resident of New York City. After a longstanding career in production & film making, and comedy, Gaye is now making her aspirational move to concentrate on her own comedy show.
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Introducing, Gaye Lirot: Film & Commercial Producer, Actor, and Stand-Up Comic. You can find Gaye throughout the digital universe: ZOOM & FB Live: Host of the Gla...
Born and raised in New York, Nicky recently made the big move to sunny LA in order to stretch his comedic talents. By expanding his career training, honing is acting talents, and expanding his world-view, Nicky is on a tear to even greater comic success in 2021.
Nicky is a natural-born “funny guy,” always “on” and ready to fill any room with laughter. He’s a disciplined professional who writes daily and is ever on the lookout for a...
Born and raised in New York, Donna has come full circle. From a vibrant career as a young comedian, to a long hiatus, she’s back and funnier than ever. Donna gives us insight into what it's like to make a comeback, and how the thrill of standing alone on a stage never left her after so many years.
Donna’s career feeds her soul and keeps her sane in this crazy world – there’s nothing else she’d rather be doing. Her best advice t...
Greek Australian, Jim Dalakas has lived a real life “Coming to America” dream. After first being invited by The Actors Studio to study at The Lee Strasberg Institute, Jim returned to America in the mid-90s to pursue acting and comedy and has stayed ever since. Jim’s international background affords him a unique perspective in understanding that funny knows no borders. With that perspective, Jim is able to deliver an energetic, memo...
Terri-Ann & Terri spend a little time reflecting on their journey to creating Some Kind of Comedian Podcast and what they are thankful for this holiday season.
While Thanksgiving won’t be the same this year for so many, these ladies turn their focus on recalling some of their favorite holiday traditions and recipes. From overnight mashed potatoes to mincemeat pie and carrot soufflé, TAZ & Terri share their more unusual fami...
Rob, a naturally shy guy, developed his comedic stylings after many years of avoiding the limelight. It was finally his stepping on stage, and telling his first joke that allowed Rob to graduate from comedic potential to comedic possible. Rob has rubbed elbows with first-rate comedians and has garnered respect and appreciation by sharing the backstage world with his comedy family. He now lives his passion and enjoys giving back to ...
Julie draws much of her comic inspiration from her father, who always found the funny in every situation. For Julie, exploring deep, personal matters of health, happiness and humanity allows her to cultivate humor from those, sometimes, painful truths. “Going Deep to Go Funny” is a personal journey that allows Julie to come out the other side with soothing humor that makes soulful connections with her audience.
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Finding humor in the midst isn’t just the name of Kate’s workshop series, it’s her life’s philosophy. Her best advice? Always carry a notebook and pen because you don’t write comedy, you just write it down. Kate believes humor is medicine and each of us has a unique role to play in offering that medicine to others. Is there anything better than making others laugh and learning not to take ourselves too seriously?
Her most brilliant...
Leighann Lord took to time to chat with us about her comedic journey, which includes stand-up comedian, author, writer, award-winner, and radio/TV co-host of the Emmy-nominated StarTalk with Dr. Neil de Grasse Tyson. She has performed for U.S. troops in the Middle East and has appeared on HBO, Lifetime, Comedy Central, and The View.
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Introducing, Leighann Lord: Winner 2019 Humanist Arts Award, Stand-up Comedian, ...
Kevin describes his brand of comedy as “personal” drawing material from his family and life experiences. He loves performing comedy on the road – traveling the country with his mentor and close friend, Carlos Mencia – but considers New York Comedy Club his home club. “New York just does comedy right,” he says.
Kevin’s road to comedy is paved with dozen of odd jobs but never as a drug-dealer or prostitute – not that there’s anything...
Brooklyn-born Jeffrey Paul now calls Staten Island his home. Evolving his comedic craft over many years, first as a writer, and now on-stage, Jeffrey believes what makes a great comedian is living an interesting life. Living that personal mantra, Jeffrey lives and works hard – constantly honing his craft, keeping a life-balance, and seeking out great mentors, which have all contributed to Jeffrey’s success as a late-comer comedian....
Drawing on her Brooklyn upbringing and family dynamic, Randi’s unique brand of comedy springs from her belief that “there’s healing in laughter and in telling the truth”… and the reality that the truth can be absurd, ridiculous, and oh so comical!
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Introducing Randi Simon Lupo: Writer, Actress, Creator and Performer of the acclaimed One-Woman Show “Sometimes I’m Ok.” Randi has performed throughout the Greater New ...
From her first comedic inspiration working at Chicken Delight (an iconic Hudson County, NJ fast food restaurant), to her family of funny people, to the high school classroom, listen in on how stand-up comedian, Janet Regensburg finds the funny in everything.
Instagram: @JanetRegs, https://www.instagram.com/janetregs/
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.