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Episode #43 Best or Worst Day with Chicago Fire Star Christian Stolte

Best or Worst Podcast

As we mentioned in episode #42, we've changed things up a bit, instead of one episode, we've split our episodes into two. The first episode where we get to know our guests and the second where we ask them about their best or worst day. However, please note, you can listen/watch either episode on their own. This is the second part of the episode with Chicago Fire actor Christian Stolte. We asked him for his best or worst day... guess which one we asked him? Hint: His answer is related to his role on the show.Please help us and make sure to tell 1 friend about the podcast!Our GuestOur guest Christian Stolte is an actor on the NBC hit television show Chicago fire. He currently resides in Illinois. Follow him on Twitter or Instagram. And be sure to follow his daughter's food blog on Instagram.Find Us Online- Website: http://www.bestorworstpod.com/- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BestWorstDayOfYourLIfePodcast/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheBestOrWorst1- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bestorworstdaypod/About UsOur society is so focused on celebrity, we sometimes forget that “regular” people lead interesting lives too! Best or worst moment of your life? Hosts Koji Steven Sakai and M. Martin Mapoma are here to let your story out. We put people on the spot. What are you going to hear? It could be funny, it could be poignant, it could be sad… you’ll know when we know.Best or Worst is a twice-weekly podcast. On Tuesdays, we get to know our guest and on Thursdays, we find out their best or worst moment.

27mins

13 Aug 2020

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Episode #42 Getting to Know Christian Stolte

Best or Worst Podcast

We're changing this up a bit. Instead of one long episode, we're splitting up our episodes into two episodes. The first episode is an interview episode where we get to know our guests and the second episode is where we ask them about their best or worst day.To kick us off, we've brought on Chicago Fire actor Christian Stolte to talk about his best or worst day. In this episode, we talked about what he did before acting, a bit about his acting career, and Martin and Christian reminisced about their acting days in Chicago.Help us improve this show and take this short – very short – quiz . We’ll choose ten random winners to receive a free copy of Koji’s graphic novel 442.Our GuestOur guest Christian Stolte is an actor on the NBC hit television show Chicago fire. He currently resides in Illinois. Follow him on Twitter or Instagram. And be sure to follow his daughter's food blog on Instagram.Find Us Online- Website: http://www.bestorworstpod.com/- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BestWorstDayOfYourLIfePodcast/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheBestOrWorst1- Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bestorworstdaypod/About UsOur society is so focused on celebrity, we sometimes forget that “regular” people lead interesting lives too! Best or worst moment of your life? Hosts Koji Steven Sakai and M. Martin Mapoma are here to let your story out. We put people on the spot. What are you going to hear? It could be funny, it could be poignant, it could be sad… you’ll know when we know.Best or Worst is a twice weekly podcast. On Tuesdays we get to know our guest and on Thursdays we find out their best or worst moment.

21mins

11 Aug 2020

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Chicago’s Own Christian Stolte: A Quick End to Season 8 of NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’

Dave Plier

Chicago’s own Christian Stolte, star of NBC’s ‘Chicago Fire’, talks to WGN Radio’s Dave Plier about the quick end to its 8th season, classic TV and how he is staying sane during these unusual times.  https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3748698/3748698_2020-04-18-181038.64kmono.mp3

18 Apr 2020

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BONUS: Joe Minoso, Yuri Sardarov and Christian Stolte Meet and Greet Highlights

Meet Us At Molly's

In this very special bonus episode, we bring you the highlights from the Flaming Trio Sunday meet and greet, which featured Joe Minoso, Yuri Sardarov and Christian Stolte. They answered questions about David Eigenberg, what it's like working on crossovers, how to create chemistry with actors who are only around for small chunks at a time, what's coming up next on Chicago Fire and so much more.

19mins

9 Mar 2018

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Episode 10, Christian Stolte- Part 2

Hog Butcher Radio Hour

Part 2 of our 2-Part discussion with Chicago actor and Chicago Fire star Christian Stolte, In this installment we talk about what a cool guy Paul Newman was to be around, what a magician producer Dick Wolf is, what it’s like to be part of an ensemble on a hit television show, and how oddly fulfilling it is to be a star, co-writer and co-creator of the The Graveyard Show (http://thegraveyardshow.com), the best little web series that no one’s ever seen. And we wash it all down with another song from Oak Park’s favorite son, Terry White.

45mins

20 Sep 2016

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Episode 9, Part 1- Christian Stolte

Hog Butcher Radio Hour

Chris Stolte comes from St. Louis. But he’s a Chicago actor if ever there was one. Since the early nineties, he’s been a veteran of theaters like Steppenwolf, A Red Orchid, Goodman… For years, he seemed to appear in every movie that was shot in Chicago- “Road To Perdition”, “Stranger than Fiction,” “Public Enemies “…. And maybe most memorably, “Law Abiding Citizen” where he played the horrible son of a bitch who pissed off Gerard Butler. Then after two decades of somehow making it work here in Chicago, Dick Wolf rolled into town and Chicago turned out to be the perfect place to be. Stolte landed the role of Mouch on the hit series, Chicago Fire and “all of a sudden,” he’s a network television star. But don’t tell him that. He’ll give you that look. On this episode of the Hog Butcher Radio Hour, we talk to Chris about all of this and more. So much more, in fact, that this will be Part 1 of 2. And, oh yes, we close it all out with a great and somehow timely song by Oak Park’s own Terry White.

58mins

30 Aug 2016