1 hr 28 min

Mark Crispin Miller The Lou Perez Podcast

    • Comedy

On this episode of The Lou Perez Podcast I talk with NYU Professor Mark Crispin Miller about conspiracy theories, propaganda, and his fight for academic freedom. 
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I was the Head Writer and Producer of the Webby Award-winning comedy channel We the Internet TV. During my tenure at WTI, I made the kind of comedy that gets you put on lists and your words in the Wall Street Journal: “How I Became a ‘Far-Right Radical.”
No longer with WTI, I am now fully independent and free to take on subjects I’ve always wanted to.
In addition to producing sketch comedy, stand-up, and opinion writing, I also host The Lou Perez Podcast with new episodes every week.
How’d I start out?
I began doing improv and sketch comedy while an undergrad at New York University, where I was part of the comedy group the Wicked Wicked Hammerkatz.
For years, I performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater (both in NYC and L.A.) in sketch shows with the Hammerkatz and my comedy duo, Greg and Lou. G&L are probably best known for our sketch "Wolverine's Claws Suck," which has over 20 million views on various platforms.
I was a writer for Fox Sports' @TheBuzzer; produced The Attendants with the Above Average Network; produced pilots for FOX Digital and MSN Games; and was a comedy producer on TruTV's Impractical Jokers.
I hosted the stand-up show Uncle Lou's Safe Place for two years in Los Angeles, performed at the Big Pine Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and co-created the political comedy podcast Unsafe Space.
I taught creative writing at the City College of New York, "writing the web series" for Writing Pad, and comedy writing workshops for the Moving Picture Institute.

On this episode of The Lou Perez Podcast I talk with NYU Professor Mark Crispin Miller about conspiracy theories, propaganda, and his fight for academic freedom. 
MARK’S SOCIAL 
@mcrispinmiller
www.MarkCrispinMiller.com
Donate: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/NewsfromUnderground
Change.org: https://bit.ly/3fGkgn5
 
Support My Sponsors
https://www.blvckbrew.com/ - Use promo code LOU for Free Shipping!
www.palomaverdeCBD.com - Use promo code LOU for 25% off purchases over $75. 
Support thelouperez.locals.com  
@TheLouPerez
www.TheLouPerez.com
https://www.instagram.com/thelouperez/
https://www.minds.com/LouPerez/
Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-lou-perez-podcast/id1535032081
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2KAtC7eFS3NHWMZp2UgMVU 
Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/the-lou-perez-podcast
Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/2b7d4d82-d9cf-4a1e-85b7-d0d2b7089d46/The-Lou-Perez-Podcast 
Theme music by Scott Hampton http://scotthamptoncomposer.com/ 
I was the Head Writer and Producer of the Webby Award-winning comedy channel We the Internet TV. During my tenure at WTI, I made the kind of comedy that gets you put on lists and your words in the Wall Street Journal: “How I Became a ‘Far-Right Radical.”
No longer with WTI, I am now fully independent and free to take on subjects I’ve always wanted to.
In addition to producing sketch comedy, stand-up, and opinion writing, I also host The Lou Perez Podcast with new episodes every week.
How’d I start out?
I began doing improv and sketch comedy while an undergrad at New York University, where I was part of the comedy group the Wicked Wicked Hammerkatz.
For years, I performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater (both in NYC and L.A.) in sketch shows with the Hammerkatz and my comedy duo, Greg and Lou. G&L are probably best known for our sketch "Wolverine's Claws Suck," which has over 20 million views on various platforms.
I was a writer for Fox Sports' @TheBuzzer; produced The Attendants with the Above Average Network; produced pilots for FOX Digital and MSN Games; and was a comedy producer on TruTV's Impractical Jokers.
I hosted the stand-up show Uncle Lou's Safe Place for two years in Los Angeles, performed at the Big Pine Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and co-created the political comedy podcast Unsafe Space.
I taught creative writing at the City College of New York, "writing the web series" for Writing Pad, and comedy writing workshops for the Moving Picture Institute.

1 hr 28 min