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Hi, I'm Dan Rollman. I'm a Los Angeles-based creative director and entrepreneur. I'm a founder of of RecordSetter, a company often called “the Wikipedia of world records”, and co-creator of the National Day of Unplugging.

Through these and other projects, I've always believed strongly in the power of inclusiveness. This spirit carries on in my podcast, The Anyone Show, which is based on my belief that "extraordinary stories can come from anyone."

On the show, I sit down with an eclectic range of guests to hear them share their lives and experiences. I welcome you to join.

The Anyone Show with Dan Rollman Dan Rollman

    • Philosophy
    • 5.0, 13 Ratings

Hi, I'm Dan Rollman. I'm a Los Angeles-based creative director and entrepreneur. I'm a founder of of RecordSetter, a company often called “the Wikipedia of world records”, and co-creator of the National Day of Unplugging.

Through these and other projects, I've always believed strongly in the power of inclusiveness. This spirit carries on in my podcast, The Anyone Show, which is based on my belief that "extraordinary stories can come from anyone."

On the show, I sit down with an eclectic range of guests to hear them share their lives and experiences. I welcome you to join.

    #0004: Eric "Protein" Moseley -- Homeless Crack Addict Who Became a Documentary Filmmaker

    #0004: Eric "Protein" Moseley -- Homeless Crack Addict Who Became a Documentary Filmmaker

    Eric "Protein" Moseley was a gambler, gang member and crack addict who nearly died in a bathtub in front of his daughter before getting straight and turning his life around. In this episode, recorded at Moseley's rent-subsidized apartment in downtown Los Angeles, Dan sits with Eric and hears how he overcame crime and addiction to become a noted filmmaker, author and advocate for homeless rights.  
    Follow The Anyone Show on Instagram and Twitter at @AnyoneShow, join us on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheAnyoneShow, and email Dan at anyoneshow@gmail.com. 
    This episode is sponsored by Bald Guy Greetings. Use checkout code "ANYONE" for 15% off your first order.
    Theme music by Dee Yan-Key.

    • 33 min
    #0003: Samantha Sage -- Pro Bodybuilder Who Nearly Became a WWE Diva

    #0003: Samantha Sage -- Pro Bodybuilder Who Nearly Became a WWE Diva

    Dan talks with Samantha Sage, a bodybuilder and fitness consultant in San Diego, California. Samantha talks about the journey she took towards becoming a WWE professional wrestler, and how she got sidetracked in an unexpected manner. She reveals what it was like hitting rock bottom, and how she’s managed to turn her life around. 

    • 23 min
    #0002: Patricia Rye -- Renaissance Woman Who Appeared in "Miracle on 34th Street"

    #0002: Patricia Rye -- Renaissance Woman Who Appeared in "Miracle on 34th Street"

    In this episode, Dan sits down with Patricia Rye, a regal Hollywood actress and author. Patricia shares stories about growing up in New York City in the 1940s, moving to Los Angeles, and working in the entertainment industry alongside her legendary voice actor husband. 

    • 26 min
    #0001: Cameron Davison -- He Helped Make the Fyre Fest Promo Video

    #0001: Cameron Davison -- He Helped Make the Fyre Fest Promo Video

    In the premiere episode of The Anyone Show, host Dan Rollman talks with Cameron Davison (@camscaptions), a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and writer who helped produce the infamous Fyre Fest promotional video. Davison explains how he unknowingly got involved with the project, and shares previously unheard stories of partying into the night with Billy McFarland, Jah Rule and a host of notable supermodels. 

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

michdavidadams ,

I really enjoy it!

I like that the episodes are shorter and the host is nice to listen to. He’s great about just letting them speaking and guiding them when they start losing steam.

KidK34 ,

The Anyone Show

The first episode was very fun - I hope the rest are just as good.

Snerko ,

I’m the host

I host the show, so I felt obliged to give it a five-star rating. I’m definitely biased, though. Just wanted to be completely honest.

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