Judy Greer Doesn't Know What You Know Her From with Becca Grischow
Celebrity Memoir Book Club
Let’s get moody we’re talkin’ bout Judy! This week writer and tik tok sensation Becca Grischow joins us to talk about the best friend in every movie you’ve ever seen, Judy Greer! Judy’s list of credits is longer than the very long list you might be picturing right now and her memoir, I Don’t Know What You Know Me From, references some of them. Follow Becca on tik tok @beegrizwritesFollow her podcast on Instagram @consensualpodCheck it on iTunes too!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/consensual/id1511200775Follow us on Twitter @cmbc_podcast and Instagram @celebritymemoirbookclub If you want even more juice subscribe to our patreon!!!https://www.patreon.com/celebritymemoirbookclub Art by @adrianne_manpearl and theme song by @ashleesimpsonross
Kara read I Don’t Know What You Know Me From and is here to tell us all about it. Other topics include Deb Messing talking about the Javits Center, Tome Cruise conspiracy theories, and Carrie trying to make this a Gabrielle Union podcast.Art: Molly CoyneAds: Shanna McRaeMusic: Comedie by Jahzzar
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Any actress who would title her book I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star is certain to be fun to talk to and Judy Greer is just that: a versatile actress who’s done a little bit of everything in show business but isn’t jaded or disengaged. She loves acting and relishes each new challenge, from voice acting (as a costar of the hit series Archer) to joining an ensemble of her peers in the new indie drama Uncle Frank. She has an irresistible sense of humor, and Leonard and Jessie had a great time talking to her about her indestructible (and unpredictable) career.
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Conversations with Judy Greer on December 10, 2012. Moderated by Richard Ridge, Broadway World. Judy Greer consistently captivates both critics and audiences with her engaging performances. She is one of the most prolific actresses of her time, appearing in 80 roles across film and television to date. She is currently making her Broadway debut alongside Katie Holmes and Norbert Leo Butz in the Broadway show "Dead Accounts" by Theresa Rebeck. "Dead Accounts"is the story of a brother, a sister, and a surprise reunion that turns their family upside down. A $27 million secret proves that the truth can be complicated. Greer is also currently starring in her own Yahoo! series called "Reluctantly Healthy," which she started in December of 2011. Each week this webisode gives special tips and advice on how to stay healthy while on-the go, working long hours, and traveling away from home. Greer just wrapped production on the remake of the 1976 film, "Carrie," directed by Kimberly Peirce. She will star as Miss Desjardin, the gym teacher, alongside Chloe Grace Moretz and Julianne More. She will also return voicing 'Cheryl' on the fourth season of FX's animated hit series "Archer," which became an instant cult classic after its television debut in 2010. The show comes back this January. She's also currently in production on "Arrested Development" in which she is reprising her role as Kitty Sanchez, George Bluth's (Jeffrey Tambor) assistant/girlfriend, in the fourth season. Greer was most recently seen in Alexander Payne's "The Descendants" opposite George Clooney. The Academy Award® nominated film centers around attorney 'Matt King' (Clooney), who learns, after his wife suffers a boating accident and winds up in a coma, that she'd been having an affair with local real estate broker 'Brian Speer' (Matthew Lillard). Greer has received critical acclaim for her supporting role in the film, garnering solo nominations from both the Satellite Awards and the Denver Film Critics Society, in addition to being nominated as part of the ensemble cast for a Gotham Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Broadcast Film Critics Association Critics Choice Award. This year, Greer has also starred opposite Ed Helms, Jason Segel, and Susan Sarandon in "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" for directors Jay and Mark Duplass. Greer will then be seen in screenwriter Robbie Fox's "Playing the Field," for director Gabriele Muccino opposite Gerard Butler, Jessica Biel, Uma Thurman, Dennis Quaid, and Catherine Zeta Jones. In the comedy, which follows former professional athlete George' (Butler) after he agrees to coach his son's soccer team only to find himself fending off the romantic advances of his players' mothers, Greer stars as recent divorcee Barb,' one of George's' many pursuers. FilmDistrict will release the film December 25, 2012.
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Judy Greer (Into the Dark: Good Boy on Hulu) joins us to talk about the matching pajamas Judy and her dog co-star wear in her new movie, the fake blood workflow on a horror movie set, and Jesse's powerful aversion to circus performers who are sexy. Plus, everyone contemplates trying to change the meaning of the word "acrimonious." Weigh in on Facebook!And Watch Judy's new horror-comedy, Into the Dark: Good Boy on Hulu! See those matching pj's!
A seasoned character actor with impeccable comic timing, Judy Greer is probably best known for her role as Kitty Sanchez on "Arrested Development." (“Say goodbye to these!”) She’s also appeared in plenty of girl-culture classics, including "13 Going on 30," "27 Dresses," and the very feminist 2018 reboot of "Halloween." Her latest project—which she both executive produced and stars in—is an episode of "Into The Dark," a Blumhouse produced horror anthology series that premieres a feature-film-length episode every month tied to a holiday. The show is now in its second season, and Greer anchors a film called "Good Boy" tied to Pet Appreciation Week that airs June 12 on Hulu. On this episode of BUST’s "Poptarts" podcast, Greer discusses her extensive history of being flashed, shares our love of woman-centric horror, and shares how hard it currently is to get a copy of "White Fragility" in L.A.