CULTURE POP IS A LOOK AT POP CULTURE THROUGH THE MIND OF STEVE MASON, CO-HOST OF THE #1 RATED SPORTS TALK SHOW IN LOS ANGELES, JOINED BY STANDUP COMIC SUE KOLINSKY. HEAR FROM THEIR FRIENDS PLUS COMICS, ACTORS, FILMMAKERS AND CELEBRITIES TALKNG ABOUT MOVIES, TV, TECHNOLOGY, TRENDS AND COMPLETELY RANDOM STUFF
Episode 124 - Frances Fisher, "Awake"
Actress Francis Fisher joins Mase & Sue to talk about her new movie "Awake," now on Netflix. They also look back on her incredible career including roles in "Lucy & Desi: Before the Laughter," "Unforgiven," "Titanic and more.
ICYMI - Bryan Cranston
Emmy and Golden Globe winner Bryan Cranston joins Mase & Sue for a conversation about the evolution of his career. From "Seinfeld" to "Malcolm in the Middle" to "Breaking Bad" and his Oscar nomination for "Trumbo," Bryan is one of today's greatest actors.
ICYMI - Michael Imperioli, "The Sopranos"
Actor and renaissance man Michael Imperioli joins Mase & Sue to talk about his legendary performance as Christopher Moltisanti on "The Sopranos" along with his writing, in the style of Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Fascinating guy and an amazing conversation.
Episode 123 - Best of 2021 so far plus Summer highlights.
Culture Pop co-hosts Steve Mason and Sue Kolinsky reveal their favorite things they have seen so far in 2021 and the things they are most looking to this summer. Fun, loose conversation.
Episode 122 - Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn
Mase & Sue are joined by 6-time Academy Award nominee Ellen Burstyn. She Is a screen legend, and she discusses her days at The Actors Studio, winning the Oscar for "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore," what it was like on the set of "The Exorcist" and more. Plus she talks about her new film "Queen Bees" opening in theatres on June 11.
Episode 121 - Zak Williams, Robin Williams son
Mase has always been a champion for mental health awareness and this is a really a timely, heartfelt show. Robin Williams' son Zak joins Culture Pop to talk about his father's battle with mental illness, plus he speaks frankly about his own experience. A great show attacking the stigma that, unfortunately, still exists around this important issue.
I listen to Mason and Ireland daily so I thought I’d finally check out your podcast Steve and was not disappointed. A good podcast keeps the listeners interest which yours absolutely does. Looking forward to future shows.
Great listen. Feels like you are in the room having a conversation.....flows very naturally.
Interesting guests that are fun to listen to.
Dr. Rimion depressed me. I am not planning anything until fall next year.