This week the incredibly funny comedian, and naturally gifted actress and writer Cathy Ladman spends some time with Mark and Lowell.They cover a wide range of topics including her her start in comedy, being on the Tonight Show multiple times, her battle with anorexia and the wonderful experience of adopting her daughter. And Cathy shares her memory from the early 80's of getting encouragement from her friend/ex-boyfriend about the decision to go into comedy. His name, you ask? Jerry Seinfeld. Watch out for the return of Cathy's hilarious and touching solo show "Does This Show Make Me Look Fat" coming soon to the Los Angeles area.To catch up on all things Cathy, check out her website cathyladman.com and follow her on:twitter @cathyladmaninstagram @cathyladman1
Having an eating disorder is nothing to laugh at, still, comedian Cathy Ladman turned her personal journey into a one-woman show to share her story to inspire anyone who has never felt good enough.My guest, Cathy Ladman and I discuss: The comedy album that inspired her, Examining Doctors w/Mike Nichols and Elaine May Discovering the power of making people laugh at a very young age Meeting Mike Nichols, being cast in two of his movies, and doing his comedy routine with Cathy The Tonight Show w/Johnny Carson - 9 times! Past comedy opener, Jimmy Falloon Cathy shares a bunch of stories about Paul Reiser I explain HBO's The Boys to Cathy Cathy gives an impromptu Elvis movie review Cathy talks about dating Jerry Seinfeld (way before either was in comedy) The Aristocrats w/Sue Kolinsky and how it sparked a Bob Saget resurgence Cathy's one-woman show: Does This Show Make Me Look Fat? A comedian takes on anorexia The Hokey Pokey and what it's all about Writing on Rosanne and King of Queens Guesting on Modern Family, Mad Men, and her experiences on Curb Your Enthusiasm Cathy shares a dream she had about Larry David The Three Stoogettes and almost being sued by the Howard estate. You're going to love my conversation with Cathy Ladman!Our Guest, Cathy Ladman Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Youtube Three Stoogettes Playbill Does This Show Make Me Look Fat? One Woman Show Hashtag Fun: Jeff dives into recent trends and reads some of his favorite tweets from trending hashtags. The hashtag featured in this episode is #BrandNameASongOrBand from @HashtagTavern. Tweets featured on the show are retweeted at @JeffDwoskinShowFollow Hashtag Roundup to tweet along with fun hashtags daily!Follow @HashtagRoundup on Twitter! Download the Hashtag Roundup appFollow Jeff Dwoskin: Jeff Dwoskin on Twitter The Jeff Dwoskin Show podcast on Twitter Podcast website Podcast on Instagram Yes, the show used to be called Live from Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
74: Motherless Daughters and Eating Disorders w/ Cathy Ladman
Shut Up Mommy's Talking
Comedian, actor, and 9-time guest on The Tonight Show Cathy Ladman joins us! After the three women discover they all have lost their mothers, Kyle shares her fear of approaching the age her mom was when she passed. Cathy gets candid about her one woman show that took two decades to get to the stage. The topic: her eating disorder. While funny, honest, and fearless, her teen daughter is not into her doing stand-up about her. Karen’s Worst Mom of the Week wants you to measure how much semen you take in to solve the abortion debate. Kyle ends on a story about racism and coffee.
Good Impressions & Healing Comedy featuring Jim Meskimen and Cathy Ladman
Media Path Podcast
You know his face and many of his voices. Jim Meskimen is an actor, impressionist, voice-artist and improv comedian best known for his work on Whose Line Is It Anyway and Impress Me. Jim currently plays Colonel Sanders in the KFC commercials and George Washington crossing the Delaware Turnpike for Geiko. Jim is Hollywood born and raised by his dear Mom, Marion Ross from Happy Days! He joins us along with comedian Cathy Ladman who is addressing her relationship with food in her one woman production, Does This Show Make Me Look Fat.Plus Fritz and Weezy are recommending Gaslit on Starz, Sheryl on Showtime and Ridley Road on PBS.Path Points of Interest:Jim MeskimenJim on YoutubeJim on IMDBJim Meskimen ArtWashington Crossing The Delaware Turnpike for GeikoThe Boys by Ron and Clint HowardMarion Ross: Happy Days and Otherwise by Marion RossTied Up In Knotts by Karen KnottsCathy Ladman - Does This Show Make Me Look Fat - TicketsRidley Road - PBS MasterpieceRidley Road by Jo Bloom Sheryl - ShowtimeGaslitGaslit TrailerSlow Burn - Watergate History of Redlining Film from NPR
Episode 193 - Cathy Ladman, ”Does This Show Make Me Look Fat?”
Culture Pop Podcast
Stand-up comic Cathy Ladman joins Mase & Sue to talk about her new one-woman-show DOES THIS SHOW MAKE ME LOOK FAT? premiering June 3 at the Pico Playhouse in Los Angeles. Cathy has battled anorexia in her life, and the show is, in part, about the journey. And it's still funny. She also talks about her stand-up career including her very first appearance on The Tonight Show.
Yes, Cathy Ladman is a renowned standup comedian, won the American Comedy Award for Best Female Standup Comic, has made 9 appearances on The Tonight Show, 5 on the Late Late Show, has been featured on Modern Family, Curb, Everybody Loves Raymond, Pretty Little Liars, had a recurring role on Caroline in The City, appeared in The Aristocrats, Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead… to name just some… we talked of none of them. We took a deep dive into Cathy’s upcoming show, “Does This Show Make Me Look Fat,” and the impetus behind it. We discussed at great length about Cathy’s eating disorder, what sparked it, how it developed, and how her 36 years in recovery have served her. We talked my food obsession - always at the fore, always on a diet, including now, and what’s really going on with the eating for her, and me.Then we got fun… her first love, too juicy and fabulous to drop here… how his meteoric career started (her suggestion) and how hers did too. Influences and heroes. How the roads appeared and were taken, and some of the peoples she met along the way. It was a stupendous conversation wth a highly introspective, intelligent, creative, and hilarious woman I adore more and more as the years and our time together roll on. Must see internet TV if you’re moved to feel and funny. Catch Cathy’s, “Does This Show Make Me Look Fat,” June 3, 4 5, in Los Angeles. Info @ cathyladman.com soon after to be everywhere, I trust. What a talent, what a woman! Cathy Ladman on Game Changers With Vicki AbelsonWednesday, 4/6/22, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ETStreamed Live on my FacebookReplay here:https://bit.ly/3KkbR78All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available oniTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1flatunein bit.ly/2gGeItjAlso on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen NotesThanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.comNicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products for the best tressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt
Mindy Sterling & Cathy Ladman - Pre-Oscar Self Care Party
Mental Health Comedy
The Cathy & Mindy Show! Two of the absolute great talented and interesting people in comedy join Jennifer and I to talk about dealing with rejection, disappointment and self care in this Pre-Oscar Extravaganza. From mental health movies like ordinary peop
Cathy Ladman possesses one of the keenest minds in standup comedy. She has appeared on The Tonight Show nine times, and on Craig Ferguson’s Late, Late Show four times. She has won the American Comedy Award for Best Female Standup Comic and starred in her own HBO special, One Night Stand. An acclaimed actor, Cathy’s credits include: “Charlie Wilson’s War,” “The Aristocrats,” "White Oleander,” “Mad Men,” “Modern Family,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and "Everybody Loves Raymond."Cathy is now focussing her energy and talent on a solo play called, “Does This Show Make Me Look Fat which shines a light on her struggle with body image and Anorexia. Plus, Fritz and Weezy are recommending Listening To Kenny G on HBO, Cyrano, in theaters and 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything on Apple Plus.Path Points of Interest:Cathy LadmanCathy Ladman on IMDBCathy Ladman on TwitterCathy Ladman on FacebookInstagram Cathy's Play - Does This Show Make Me Look Fat?HBO Music Box DocumentariesWoodstock 99: Peace, Love and RageJaggedDMX: Don't Try to UnderstandListening to Kenny GMr. Saturday NightJuice WRLD: Into the AbyssCyrano - In Theaters1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything on Apple Plus1971 - Never a Dull Moment: Rock's Golden Year
Cathy Ladman is a stand-up comedian, television writer (Roseanne), and actress (Charlie Wilson’s War) and one of the most respected performers in the biz. She was appeared on The Tonight Show nine times and The Late Late Show six times. We chat about her friendship with Bob Saget, why Roseanne booted her from the set and Cathy’s history with anorexia. You'll love hangin' with this funny, down to earth comedian.
Hello everybody my name is Dustin Pueschel, and in todays episode of “The Chatting Comedian” I chat with the amazing comedy legend Cathy Ladman! Cathy is a stand up comedian, TV writer, and actress! As an actress Cathy had appeared on hit TV shows such as Modern Family, Everybody Loves Raymond, Mad Men, How to get away with Murder, NCIS: Los Angeles, Roseanne, Just Shoot Me, and Cathy has made recurring appearances on hit TV shows such as Curb Your Enthusiasm, Caroline in The City, Pretty Little Liars, Dr Katz: Professional Therapist, among many other hit TV shows. Cathy has appeared as a guest/comedian on “The Tonight Show” nine times, The Late Late Show six times, and on “Politically Incorrect” countless times. Cathy also has an HBO “One Night Stand” stand up comedy special. In this episode Cathy and I chat about Cathy’s experience being a writer on “Roseanne”, aggressive hecklers, among many other things!--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app