It's the inaugural episode of Go Fact Yourself! Hosts J. Keith van Straaten and Helen Hong test whether comedians Jimmy Pardo ("Never Not Funny") and Beth Littleford ("Dog with a Blog") are as smart as they think they are about topics they love. For Jimmy, it's 1980s music, the band Chicago and Post-90s Chicago White Sox, while Beth professes in-depth knowledge of old school funk music, artificial sweeteners and therapy. Beth and Jimmy may say they know about these subjects, but DO they? To find out, J. Keith and Helen enlist the help of actual experts, and pepper them with fascinating, but useless, trivia questions about things they might know and things they should know along the way. Go Fact Yourself was devised by Jim Newman and J. Keith van Straaten, and produced in collaboration with Maximum Fun. The show is recorded at the Angel City Brewery in downtown Los Angeles. David McKeever is the Live Sound Engineer. Maximum Fun's Senior Producer is Laura Swisher. The show is edited by Christian Duenas.
Actress and comedian Beth Littleford opens up about life after divorce and how to move forward. You can find Beth at: www.twitter.com/bethlittleford And for more about The Other F Word Podcast: www.theotherfwordpodcast.com
Steve Cooper talks with actor Beth Littleford. Beth won widespread notoriety during her four years on The Daily Show. She ultimately left for network television spending two years on ABC's Spin City. Other series regular roles include Nancy Blaford on Method and Red and Suzanne Berger on The Hard Times of RJ Berger. She has had recurring roles on Desperate Housewives, Rules of Engagement, One on One, Life with Bonnie and the Cleveland Show. She has guest-starred on many others shows including The Mindy Project, CSI, CSI: Miami, Melissa and Joey, Frasier, The West Wing, Boston Public, Still Standing and Without a Trace. In the past she was a fixture on shows like Politically Incorrect, Hollywood Squares, Talk Soup and most I Love the...shows on VH-1. She recently starred on Disney's hit sitcom, Dog with a Blog which has received multiple Emmy nominations and has been in numerous national commercials.
Beth Littleford (@bethlittleford) is a comedic actress (adults will remember her as a segment "reporter" on The Daily Show) that is on DOG WITH A BLOG. She loves THE DANCE... real dancing, but also the dance of coupon clipping and saving a shekel. She's good people. You will enjoy. This month our sponsor is WESTSIDE KIDS toystore in Manhattan. It’s a simple, elegant jingle jangle of a toystore. My favorite are the costumes and the musical instruments. But there’s lots for everyone. 84th & Amsterdam, NYC. We all know I have an hour comedy video out at right? Cuz I do. $5 download. It’s called “This Will Make An Excellent Horcrux” because comedy is all about soul ;) … Own it today and forever. OR get a hard copy (or the CD) on the Merch page on my website. You can DONATE to the dork forest. If you love the show and have $10/month to donate, and the memory to do it each month, do eet!! If you want to support the show in other ways, talk us up! Get a shirt or CD/DVD at or Credits: Audio leveling by Music is by Website design by : Really good Web designs. If you like a specific app – they are available with bonus content: or . Libsyn is also just PUBLISHING the bonus content, for free, with Andy and I talking about the show for a sec, on tdf.libsyn.com… no App needed. There you go.
019: Kelly Laughs at the Bullshit with Beth Littleford
Waking from the American Dream
Kelly and Beth talk about Hollywood ego, why middle-age is an empowering time, and the joy of not giving a shit. Music provided by The Clutter Family and a very rare clip of George Carlin singing a little ditty.
Get ready to laugh with the amusing, hilarious and intelligent Beth Littleford, who drops by to talk about her role in the upcoming Steve Carell film “Crazy Stupid Love” as well as other highlights of her showbiz career. Beth stars as in the hit MTV scripted series “The Hard Times of RJ Berger.” On the big screen, she has appeared in Judd Apatow's "Drillbit Taylor," David E. Kelley's "Mystery, Alaska" and with Russell Crowe in "Unconditional Love.”Beth's TV credits also include "The Daily Show," "Spin City," and "The Beth Littleford Interview Specials. Nancy Lombardo, from BTR's COMEDY CONCEPTS joins in the fun!