Television actor, host and friend Huse Madhavji has had a tail of two careers, one as a news reporter/anchor and entertainment show host to transitioning to the acting stage and sharing the screen with Canadian acting royalty over his career so far.From meeting Shaheed and Zam at a career event in Toronto nearly a decade ago, they get to know more about Huse's journey through TV and how important the relationships he built in the industry have been to him.
Nicholas Cage may have gone on a quest in search of the Holy Grail, but you won’t have to search long to find Huse Mdhavji as Cinephile’s guest! He’s here to talk about his new play “Art” which is currently underway in Toronto. Adnan also reviews the new supernatural movie, “Freaks.” Plus, who is joining Eddie Murphy in the “Coming to America” sequel? Find out here! Adnan and Joe look at one the most infamous episodes of The Sopranos ever made – Season 3, Episode 11 – “Pine Barrens.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today’s guest is a graduate of Ryerson University’s Radio and Television Arts Program. He started his broadcasting career in Winnipeg, Manitoba before moving to Sacramento, California. Today he has a role on TV’s Saving Hope.
TV star Huse Madhavji stops by, plus no love for tennis, Hulk Hogan or The Boss
NFI: No Fun Intended
Star of the medical drama Saving Hope, Huse Madhavji talks about playing a neurosurgeon and Liz quizs him about Sphenopalatine Ganglioneuralgia. Plus Mark serves up tennis drama, Hulk Hogans windfall and asking Bruce Springsteen for a favour.