Emmy Award Winning Actor Michael Emerson Joins the show to discuss CBS's Hit Show EVIL and his award winning performance as Benjamin Linus on the acclaimed series LOST. We discuss Michael's start in the industry, His early Influences, the creativity of EVIL, what he loves so much about his character on EVIL, Playing the Villian, Filming during a pandemic, We discuss all things LOST, Audition for the role, Turning a Guest spot into a Lead character, Benjamin Linus, Diversity and Inclusion of the show, The Finale, Reboot? and so much more Follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bytallal/?h... Now Streaming on Spotify, iTunes, iHeartRadio and all your listening Platforms ! SUBSCRIBE BELOW https://open.spotify.com/show/6P4GrVA...
Michael Emerson (LOST, Evil, Person of Interest, Wakey Wakey) is truly fascinating - onscreen and offscreen. We sit down in New York and get into deep thinking! Join us as we talk: Lost Benjamin Linus The Island The Others Person of Interest Harold Finch His new series, Evil, on CBS His theater acting, in plays like Wakey Wakey dreams mind games method acting character acting acting techniques childhood loss fame career changes screen-free evenings and conversations philosophizing It's good. Oh, and if you'd like to see what Michael and I talked about the first time we met (a few years ago), here's my New York Times Sunday Routine piece, all about Michael Emerson: https://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/02/nyregion/a-farmers-breakfast-and-then-a-wander.html Bonus video! Subscribe to my Really Famous YouTube channel to see 100s of clips with my famous guests. Here's Michael Emerson's video! https://www.youtube.com/reallyfamous # Watch Michael in his new series, Evil, on Netflix now: https://www.netflix.com/title/81190640 Season 2, coming soon on CBS: https://www.cbs.com/shows/evil/ # Donate $1 or $3 or $10 - or anything you like! - and get a shout-out from me on the show: Patreon.com/reallyfamous or ReallyFamousPodcast.com/donate # Listen to my podcast with Michael's wife, Carrie Preston (The Good Wife, The Good Fight, Claws, True Blood): https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/carrie-preston/id1231521180?i=1000392954739&mt=2 # Join my (FREE!) SPECIAL INSIDERS GROUP. https://reallyfamouspodcast.us17.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=f61df6c5ebb2b3fad24db6558&id=47e8c674d1 # I want to interview ... YOU! (Or someone you know.) Want to do something spectacular for someone in your life? Give them an episode of Really Famous (for their own private collection...or yours!). I'll interview anyone you like -- your family member, friend, colleague, you -- and package it as a podcast episode. It won't air on Really Famous, but you'll have a major keepsake -- forever. Get started here: https://www.reallyfamouspodcast.com/donate # New live shows: I'll be back with live shows in NYC and maybe other locations. Get word as soon as we book new dates. reallyfamouspodcast.com/live-shows # GET IN TOUCH: Insider news - ReallyFamousPodcast.com/contact Instagram - @karamayerrobinson Facebook - @karamayerrobinson Twitter - @kara1to1 Subscribe to my YouTube channel - YouTube.com/ReallyFamous Email - email@example.com # Celebrity interview by Kara Mayer Robinson. Music - Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeod - incompetech - Creative Commons
Episode 7: "Where Do We Go From Here?" with Dr. Michael Emerson
In today’s episode we talk with Dr. Michael Emerson, Department Head and Professor of Sociology at the University of Illinois, Chicago. He is the author of the classic: "Divided by Faith: Evangelical Religion and the Problem of Race in America." The killing of George Floyd hit home for Dr. Emerson, a native of Minneapolis. In this episode, Dr. Emerson talks to us about how his faith has shaped an incredible, long-standing body of work focused on religion, race, and the different ideological perspectives on justice, equity, and the moral right, in black and white communities of faith. Dr. Emerson’s research contextualizes the division that we are witnessing in Christian communities today. When asked, “Where do we go from here?” he points to the need for truth and reconciliation commissions that include historical testimony and create plans for restitution. Emerson says this type of reconciliation is not only needed, it is the gospel work we have been called to do. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ptngwolo)
He was the mysterious Henry Gale Aka Ben Limus on Lost. This actor began his career on stage working with Kevin Spacey and Roger Rees.His film appearences include, Saw, The Legend Of Zorro, and Straight Jacket. On Television, he has appeared on two Law And Order series, Without A Trace, The X-Files, and The Practice. No spoilers here but some interesting information on Lost. From November 6, 2006
Jimmy sits down with old pal of almost 30 years Michael Emerson to talk about series one (and that finale!) of his new hit CBS series EVIL. They also talk about other TV and film, acting, fun fan encounters and more. For newbies to the podcast, our interviews are more conversations and not your typical Q&A. So just think of it as 2 old pals chatting about stuff and 1 happens to be a famous person. :) If you are a big fan of Michael and want to share this to your website, social media, etc...we'd appreciate if you would link back to this episode page and COMIC NEWS INSIDER in general. Thanks! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us! Thanks for listening!
Breaking Up with Racial Isolation w/ Dr. Michael Emerson
The Diversity Gap
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SFF67: Michael Emerson Interview - Evil, Lost, Person of Interest
Sci Fi Fidelity
Michael Emerson is known to most sci-fi fans as Ben Linus of Lost or more recently as Harold Finch of Person of Interest, but now he returns to CBS as a decidedly creepy antagonist known as Townsend on the CBS supernatural law drama, Evil. Emerson talked to us about his role in the new show and revisited some favorite aspects of his roles in Lost and Person of Interest. Evil arrives on CBS at 10/9c on September 26, 2019.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In his early 40’s, Michael Emerson was still not able to financially support himself by acting. Multiple EMMY wins and two highly rated television shows later Emerson takes us on his epic journey to Hollywood stardom.