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A one-of-a-kind insiders look at Hollywood from a totally different perspective. This inspirational weekly series provides an “all access pass” to the entertainment business through the eyes of comedy manager/producer Barry Katz and the industry's biggest "behind the scenes" players who candidly reveal the risky decisions they made that led to the most groundbreaking internet, television, radio, music, and film content in the world. Combining humor, insight, and motivation; Katz provides the blueprint for the audience to take their careers to the next tier, while showcasing each guests’ extraordinary journey from humble beginnings to the highest levels in their field.

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A one-of-a-kind insiders look at Hollywood from a totally different perspective. This inspirational weekly series provides an “all access pass” to the entertainment business through the eyes of comedy manager/producer Barry Katz and the industry's biggest "behind the scenes" players who candidly reveal the risky decisions they made that led to the most groundbreaking internet, television, radio, music, and film content in the world. Combining humor, insight, and motivation; Katz provides the blueprint for the audience to take their careers to the next tier, while showcasing each guests’ extraordinary journey from humble beginnings to the highest levels in their field.

    Mike Royce (Best Of, Part 1 of 2)

    Mike Royce (Best Of, Part 1 of 2)

    MIKE ROYCE is best known as of the executive producers of “Everyone Loves Raymond.” He started as a stand-up comedian in New York City and continued that path for 12 years and became a fixture at the comedy cellar and all the other clubs, appearing on a bevy of television shows, including NBC’s “Late Night with Conan O’Brien.” for several years, he was also the warm-up comedian for a diverse array of shows including “The Dana Carvey Show,” “The Maury Povich Show,” “Viva Variety,” and “Spin City.” in the late nineties, Mike was a staff writer for MTV’s “apt. 2-f” starring the Sklar brothers, and hired by legendary showrunner Bill Lawrence to pen an episode of “Spin City.” he joined forces with Ray Romano for the first time to help write his new york times bestseller “Everything and a Kite.” later on that year Mike wrote the ‘Sportscenter’ sketch for ray’s “Saturday Night Live” appearance, which was named one of the ‘50 greatest SNL sketches of all time’ by rolling stone. Mike joined the writing staff of “Everybody Loves Raymond” in 1999 and won the best comedy emmy in both 2003 and 2005. Post-Raymond, Mike partnered with Louis C.K., serving as executive producer and showrunner of HBO's first ever sitcom, “Lucky Louie” and in 2008, mike co-created TNT’s “Men of a Certain Age” with Ray Romano, serving again as executive producer and showrunner. In addition to glowing critical notices, the show won the prestigious Peabody award in 2011, as well as the TV academy ‘honors award for programming’ that inspires, informs, motivates, and has the power to change lives.”

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    • 1h 8 min
    Tony Cox (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

    Tony Cox (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

    TONY COX has been featured in a wide range of amazing projects, spanning some 30 years and has put him alongside some of the most respected directors and distinguished actors of our time. Tony’s box office successes have led to a total worldwide gross of over $1 billion, with scene stealing roles In the films “Bad Santa,” “Star Wars,” “Me, Myself and Irene,” “Date Movie,” “Disaster Movie,” “Beetlejuice,” “The Warrior’s Way,” And “Oz The Great And Powerful” just to name a few. He has also been featured prominently in hit TV shows like “Rescue Me” And “Martin,” as well as music videos with respected artists like Eminem, The Foo Fighters, and Snoop Dog. He is perhaps best-known for his lead role in Bad Santa, where he played Marcus, the brains of a safe cracking team, alongside Billy Bob Thornton, and for reprising his iconic role for Bad Santa 2.

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    • 41 min
    Tony Cox (Best of, Part 1 of 2)

    Tony Cox (Best of, Part 1 of 2)

    TONY COX has been featured in a wide range of amazing projects, spanning some 30 years and has put him alongside some of the most respected directors and distinguished actors of our time. Tony’s box office successes have led to a total worldwide gross of over $1 billion, with scene stealing roles In the films “Bad Santa,” “Star Wars,” “Me, Myself and Irene,” “Date Movie,” “Disaster Movie,” “Beetlejuice,” “The Warrior’s Way,” And “Oz The Great And Powerful” just to name a few. He has also been featured prominently in hit TV shows like “Rescue Me” And “Martin,” as well as music videos with respected artists like Eminem, The Foo Fighters, and Snoop Dog. He is perhaps best-known for his lead role in Bad Santa, where he played Marcus, the brains of a safe cracking team, alongside Billy Bob Thornton, and for reprising his iconic role for Bad Santa 2.

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    • 42 min
    David Friendly (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

    David Friendly (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

    DAVID FRIENDLY is a film writer, producer, and entertainment executive. Begining as a journalist with Newsweek and the Los Angeles Times, David was hired by Imagine Entertainment, where he became VP of Motion Pictures under Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. There he produced "My Girl", "My Girl 2", and "For Love or Money". He founded Friendly Productions in 2000, and with 20th Centruy Fox, produced the hugely successful "Big Momma's House" and sequel, and "Laws of Attraction" starring Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore. In 2006, his film "Little Miss Sunshine" was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, as well at the BAFTA Award for Best Picture, and took home the Independent Spirit Award for Best Feature.

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    • 51 min
    David Friendly (Best of, Part 1 of 2)

    David Friendly (Best of, Part 1 of 2)

    DAVID FRIENDLY is a film writer, producer, and entertainment executive. Begining as a journalist with Newsweek and the Los Angeles Times, David was hired by Imagine Entertainment, where he became VP of Motion Pictures under Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. There he produced "My Girl", "My Girl 2", and "For Love or Money". He founded Friendly Productions in 2000, and with 20th Centruy Fox, produced the hugely successful "Big Momma's House" and sequel, and "Laws of Attraction" starring Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore. In 2006, his film "Little Miss Sunshine" was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, as well at the BAFTA Award for Best Picture, and took home the Independent Spirit Award for Best Feature.

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    • 56 min
    David Kissinger (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

    David Kissinger (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

    DAVID KISSINGER is the President of Conaco Productions, (Conan O'Brien’S PRODUCTION COMPANY) and has produced a plethora of shows for them "Andy Barker P.I.," "Outlaw" ON NBC, "Eagleheart" on Adult Swim, "Super Fun Night" for ABC, as well as "the Pete Holmes Show" and “Deon’s Black Box” for TBS. Prior to joining Conaco, he was the President of NBC Universal Television/Studio USA where he developed some of the most acclaimed Emmy nominated and winning shows on TV including "House," "the Office," "Monk," "Battlestar Galactica," "Law & Order: Special Victims' Unit," and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." Previously, Kissinger was a senior VP for Touchstone TV where he oversaw the development and production of "Ellen," “Boy Meets World,” and "Home Improvement." Prior to his TV career, Kissinger worked as a journalist, writing for Rolling Stone, the New York Observer, and Esquire. He is the son of Former Secretary of State and the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Henry Kissinger.

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    • 52 min

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