In this episode, we take it way back to discuss, JAWS!!!!!!!!! Bob Rusch gives incredible insight on the film, the Paramount studio lots, and more! As we dig deeper into the episode, we hear of Bob and his fiance's quarantine experiences with homeless ladies on crack going to town on themselves while being questioned by the police. You do not want to miss this episode!
Bonus Episode "Interview with Bob Rusch (Doyle McPoyle)"
The Always Sunny Cast
Hey yooooooooooo!! It's a bonus episode featuring Bob Rusch! Join us as he regales us with his time on the set, its a fun one. Catch him in "Cops And Friends Of Cops" in Buffalo NY Firstlookbuffalo.com for all the deets and dates.
In this episode, Drew interviews actor Bob Rusch about how an actor from Western New York can make it on to the big screen. He tells us about his path to get there, the love of the craft, and so much more. Bob dives into details of his new movie Demolition Dance, which is set to shoot very soon. Bob also, gives information on his acting classes at Studio 716. Be sure to reach out and follow him on social media. @BobRushcActorCover Art made with open source imagery in the app Adobe Spark.All audio edited in Garage Band. SFX for intro from the app Big Bang!Drew records on a Zoom H1 microphone.
Episode #095: McPoyle. Doyle McPoyle. [featuring Bob Rusch]
Not Too Much Podcast
Actor, producer, writer, and now acting coach Bob Rusch joins us for a special interview. We talk about growing up in Dunkirk and living in Buffalo. He tells us about his scene study class at Acting Studio 716 and the movie he is producing called Demolition Dance: The Story of David and Dan from Dunkirk vs. The Punk Ass Bitch. Included in the interview are some cool stories about being in It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Sons of Anarchy, and much more.