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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Caroline Aaron. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Caroline Aaron, often where they are interviewed.

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11 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Caroline Aaron. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Caroline Aaron, often where they are interviewed.

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The One with a LITTLE Conspiracy and Caroline Aaron

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Welcome to Conspiracy Thursday!

We start the show off with a small and *little* funny conspiracy about Stevie Wonder and Lance has a LOT to say about that. 

We then talk to a legendary actress, Caroline Aaron, about her role on The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, the history of her career and her new movie coming out!

As a reminder, we hope all of you peanuts are gearing up for the one year anniversary!

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Sep 17 2020 · 39mins
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Interview with Award Winning Actress CAROLINE AARON (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) - On the Phone with David Serero (2020)

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Interview with Award Winning Actress CAROLINE AARON about playing the role of Shirley Maisel, and her lead role on "Call Waiting" coming on Amazon this month - On the Phone with David Serero (2020).

Sep 02 2020 · 17mins
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Caroline Aaron From The Movie Call Waiting

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Caroline returns to the big screen as the lead of CALL WAITING, a one-woman, tour-de-force poignant comedy; the story of two women who never meet but impact each other profoundly. Caroline stars as both 'Judy Baxter' and 'Carol Lane,' the impossible diva and the bed-ridden writer. One's an actress and the other, the character she plays. Both lives hijacked by fractured families, they discover the path to healing is on the other end of the phone. Judy Baxter is an author who's of the age where she is suffering from women's problems and suspecting her husband of searching out younger game. She is homebound by a debilitating and rare bladder infection, and so she depends on her phone for constant companionship. Judy's story is intermittently interrupted by Carol Lane, the actress playing Judy Baxter. Carol Lane, too, is revealed through her one-sided phone conversations. Also, a woman of a certain age, Carol is anxious about a career being sidelined by "younger game." She is put upon by a helpless ex-husband and her son's impending surgery. While Judy feels having multiple conversations on a single phone (even while in pain) is her emotional obligation, Carol's sense of survival demands that her own needs take priority over all other responsibilities including motherhood. The film is set for release on Amazon Prime over Laborl Day Weekend 2020.

Season 3 of the hit series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" (currently streaming) was just nominated for 20 EMMY AWARDS (the most of any other series) and follows the next step in 'Midge's' quest to conquer the comedy world as she embarks on tour with African American and closeted gay musician 'Shy Baldwin.' Caroline stars as 'Shirley Maisel,' Joel's enigmatic Jewish mother who hails from the Upper West Side. A modern matriarch, Shirley stands firm as a pillar of support for the family and her grandchildren, despite her occasional hijinks. "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" is about many things - standup comedy, living in NYC in the 1950s, Jewish family life, etc., but also tackles important issues such as women's roles at the time, and with season 3 LGBTQ and racial discrimination. Social justice is something deeply rooted in Aaron's soul, having grown up Jewish in southern Richmond, Virgina. Her late mother was prominent civil rights activist Nina Friedman Abady, a Selma, Alabama civil rights activist who walked with Martin Luther King Jr. and Aaron endured cross-burnings on her Virgina front lawn. Her mother, who worked full time to support three kids, is also her real-life inspiration for playing 'Shirley Maisel' who is also a liberated woman for the times and full partner in the family business.

After studying performing arts at American University in Washington, D.C., Aaron moved to NY and debuted on Broadway in Robert Altman's "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean."The following season, Caroline starred in the back to back Broadway smashes "The Iceman Cometh," and "I Hate Hamlet", cementing her as the Big Apple's most stirring acclaim to fame.

On the big screen, Caroline has built her acting career as a loveable and unforgettable character actress. She has appeared in over a hundred box office hits, including "Hello, My Name is Doris", "21 & 22 Jump Street", "Beyond The Sea", "Just Like Heaven," "Nancy Drew," "Sleepless in Seattle," "Edward Scissorhands" and many more. She has also appeared in four films directed by Woody Allen: "Crimes and Misdemeanors," "Alice," "Husbands and Wives", and "Deconstructing Harry". Her television work includes "Grey's Anatomy," "Modern Family," "Sex and The City," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Transparent," "Episodes," and most recently in the new FOX series "Outmatched." When she is not on the set of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", Caroline enjoys catching up with her two children, playwriting, and producing her podcast series, "Angst And Daisies."
Sep 02 2020 · 9mins
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Interview with actress Caroline Aaron - On the phone with David Serero - The Culture News

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Interview with actress SAG Award Winning Actress Caroline Aaron (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) - On the phone with David Serero - The Culture News.
Sep 02 2020 · 17mins
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Caroline Aaron From The Movie Call Waiting

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Caroline returns to the big screen as the lead of CALL WAITING, a one-woman, tour-de-force poignant comedy; the story of two women who never meet but impact each other profoundly. Caroline stars as both 'Judy Baxter' and 'Carol Lane,' the impossible diva and the bed-ridden writer. One's an actress and the other, the character she plays. Both lives hijacked by fractured families, they discover the path to healing is on the other end of the phone. Judy Baxter is an author who's of the age where she is suffering from women's problems and suspecting her husband of searching out younger game. She is homebound by a debilitating and rare bladder infection, and so she depends on her phone for constant companionship. Judy's story is intermittently interrupted by Carol Lane, the actress playing Judy Baxter. Carol Lane, too, is revealed through her one-sided phone conversations. Also, a woman of a certain age, Carol is anxious about a career being sidelined by "younger game." She is put upon by a helpless ex-husband and her son's impending surgery. While Judy feels having multiple conversations on a single phone (even while in pain) is her emotional obligation, Carol's sense of survival demands that her own needs take priority over all other responsibilities including motherhood. The film is set for release on Amazon Prime over Laborl Day Weekend 2020.

Season 3 of the hit series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" (currently streaming) was just nominated for 20 EMMY AWARDS (the most of any other series) and follows the next step in 'Midge's' quest to conquer the comedy world as she embarks on tour with African American and closeted gay musician 'Shy Baldwin.' Caroline stars as 'Shirley Maisel,' Joel's enigmatic Jewish mother who hails from the Upper West Side. A modern matriarch, Shirley stands firm as a pillar of support for the family and her grandchildren, despite her occasional hijinks. "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" is about many things - standup comedy, living in NYC in the 1950s, Jewish family life, etc., but also tackles important issues such as women's roles at the time, and with season 3 LGBTQ and racial discrimination. Social justice is something deeply rooted in Aaron's soul, having grown up Jewish in southern Richmond, Virgina. Her late mother was prominent civil rights activist Nina Friedman Abady, a Selma, Alabama civil rights activist who walked with Martin Luther King Jr. and Aaron endured cross-burnings on her Virgina front lawn. Her mother, who worked full time to support three kids, is also her real-life inspiration for playing 'Shirley Maisel' who is also a liberated woman for the times and full partner in the family business.

After studying performing arts at American University in Washington, D.C., Aaron moved to NY and debuted on Broadway in Robert Altman's "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean."The following season, Caroline starred in the back to back Broadway smashes "The Iceman Cometh," and "I Hate Hamlet", cementing her as the Big Apple's most stirring acclaim to fame.

On the big screen, Caroline has built her acting career as a loveable and unforgettable character actress. She has appeared in over a hundred box office hits, including "Hello, My Name is Doris", "21 & 22 Jump Street", "Beyond The Sea", "Just Like Heaven," "Nancy Drew," "Sleepless in Seattle," "Edward Scissorhands" and many more. She has also appeared in four films directed by Woody Allen: "Crimes and Misdemeanors," "Alice," "Husbands and Wives", and "Deconstructing Harry". Her television work includes "Grey's Anatomy," "Modern Family," "Sex and The City," "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Transparent," "Episodes," and most recently in the new FOX series "Outmatched." When she is not on the set of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel", Caroline enjoys catching up with her two children, playwriting, and producing her podcast series, "Angst And Daisies."
Aug 31 2020 · 9mins
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Caroline Aaron From Call Waiting

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Aug 29 2020 · 8mins
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Caroline Aaron From Call Waiting

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Aug 29 2020 · 8mins
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Caroline Aaron from The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

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Caroline Aaron from The Marvelous Mrs Maisel
Aug 28 2020 · 8mins
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Bubbies Know Best Podcast Edition - Episode 206 with Caroline Aaron from “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and Steve Bluestein (Audio Only)

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With Producer Brad Pomerance wrangling Bubbies Bunny, Linda and SJ, the Bubbies gain some words of wisdom from Funny Man and Author Steve Bluestein, interview Caroline Aaron, who plays Shirley Maisel on “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” from Amazon Prime, and react to videos from your favorite Reality TV shows.

Jun 04 2020 · 22mins
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Caroline Aaron

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We are so siked, remember when people said, “Sike!” all the time? Well, we are so siked to welcome character actress extraordinaire Caroline Aaron to the show. You Might Know Her From The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Edward Scissorhands, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Sleepless in Seattle, Beyond the Sea, 21 Jump Street, and Joe Dirt. Caroline comes to our little show on the heels of the premiere of the newest season of Mrs. Maisel. With over 50 film and television credits, she generously shared stories of working with Nora Ephron, Robert Altman, and Tim Burton. We also get real with Ms. Aaron about working with Woody Allen and how Hollywood has or has not changed in a #MeToo world. It’s a really thoughtful conversation with a smart, fascinating, and opinionated artist. Woncha listen?

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Caroline’s IMDB

Caroline’s podcast Angst & Daisies

Caroline’s cast mates that are Jewish: Caroline, Kevin Pollack, Alex Borstein, Michael Zegen, and Marin Hinkle is Jewish! 

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel that are not Jewish: Rachel Brosnahan and Tony Shalhoub

Bells Are Ringing

Theatre icon, actor, and teacher: Uta Hagen

Heartburn (written by Nora Ephron and directed Michael Nichols)

This is My Life (written and directed by Nora Ephron, starring YMKHF past guest Samantha Mathis)

Off-Broadway play 2 By South (starring Alfre Woodard, directed by Robert Altman, written by Frank South)

Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean

Caroline Aaron on Cher’s audition: “Well, she sounded the same in all three parts.”

Actor, singer, writer: Karen Black

Actor Sandy Dennis

Rattlesnake in a Cooler

The Uses of Enchantment by Bruno Bettelheim

Winona Ryder as an old woman in Edward Scissorhands

Caroline Aaron’s Woody Allen credits: Crimes and Misdemeanors, Husbands and Wives, Deconstructing Harry, Relatively Speaking on Broadway

Interview where Caroline criticizes #MeToo movement

Caroline’s contribution to Variety story

Dec 05 2019 · 59mins
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