Kelly Carlin on Growing Up with Legendary Comedian George Carlin & How to Connect With Your Authentic Self
Cathy Heller Presents Don't Keep Your Day Job
How can you reconnect with your identity and learn to trust yourself? Kelly Carlin, writer, producer, radio host, speaker, and life coach was deeply impacted by the beliefs and the legacy of her father, comedian George Carlin. When he passed away, she went on a journey to discover herself, her own joys and desires, and her purpose. She teaches you how to witness your authentic self, use the 3 skills of choose, trust, and play to step into your expansive self, heal your toxic beliefs about money and abundance, and find belonging by following your longing. - Join Cathy's retreat August 1-3 in Malibu! Cathyheller.com/retreat - Watch George Carlin's American Dream on HBO Max https://www.hbo.com/george-carlins-american-dream - Join Kelly's email list at https://thekellycarlinsite.com/ - Kelly's coaching program Women on the Verge https://womenonthevergecoaching.com/ - Follow Kelly on Twitter @kelly_carlin and Instagram @kellycarlinishere - Listen to Kelly's podcast Waking From the American Dream wherever you listen to podcasts! - Thanks Shopify! For a free 14 day trial and full access to Shopify’s entire suite of features go to shopify.com/dreamjob. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kelly Carlin Shares George's Sense of Humor, Vincent Pastore Remembers Working with Ray Liotta, Weird Paul Previews the DVE Memorial 500 and more
Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show
Kelly Carlin's new documentary George Carlin's American Dream is out now on HBO. She discussed her father's sense of humor and dealing with his celebrity as well as the evolution of his career. Plus, Vincent Pastore of the Sopranos remembers working with Ray Liotta on the big screen, and how he his Sopranos cast members have remained friends through the years. Weird Paul previews the Memorial Day 500 and some of his favorites through the years. Also a few Coffeehouses from Jack Swing and Dan Stylsinger and Steve Monteleone and Beau Bechtel of It's About the Warrior remind us about the true meaning of Memorial Day.
In celebration of the new HBO documentary, "George Carlin's American Dream," GGACP presents an ENCORE of a 2015 episode with the doc's executive producer, writer-performer KELLY CARLIN. In this episode, Kelly discusses her revealing memoir, "A Carlin Home Companion" and shares treasured (and not-so-treasured) memories of growing up with the man who changed and redefined the art of standup comedy. Also, Kelly hangs with Sammy Davis Jr., seduces Leif Garrett, borrows Farrah Fawcett's shampoo and recites the "7 Words You Can Never Say on Television." PLUS: Burns and Carlin! Burns and Schreiber! The "Danny Kaye Plan"! Otto & George! And Gottfried Sings Again! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kelly Carlin on how to get through life and Professor Nicholas Grossman on National Security and Domestic Terror Episode 449
Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more On today's show we have the opening news segment then at about 34 Minutes its Kelly Carlin. Whether Kelly Carlin is supporting women in finding their voices and essential selves, performing her personal essays to laughs and tears, revealing her take on the culture and psyche of modern life on her and others’ podcasts, or interviewing iconic comedians, she is dedicated to revealing unmined perspectives and asking the big questions about human life. In 2015, her best-selling memoir, “A Carlin Home Companion: Growing up with George,” was published by St. Martin’s Press and her honesty, keen insight and humor was on full display. Jay Mohr summed up the power of her work by saying, “For anyone that has ever not been sure who they are, this book is for you. There is a landing spot. Let Kelly Carlin be your beacon.” In the last eight years she toured her solo show internationally, produced the critically acclaimed Showtime show, “The Green Room with Paul Provenza,” created her popular podcast, “Waking from the American Dream,” and has interviewed dozens of iconic and popular comedians on her SiriusXM show, “The Kelly Carlin Show.” She has spoken at various venues and conferences, such as The Chautauqua Institute, Imagine No Religion conference, the Reason Rally, and Watermark and the Boston Ad Club. Through her public speaking and workshops she has inspired thousands of artists, business leaders, writers, and truth seekers to question the status quo within their lives and culture. As the daughter of the iconoclast and legendary comedian George Carlin, she has not only taken up the torch of his legacy through her own writing and speaking, but by also releasing her father’s work through many media, protecting his work and image in the public sphere, and most recently, by donating his archives to the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY where they will be on permanent display when the center opens in August of 2018. She proudly serves on the Board of Trustees for the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression, and the Board of Industry Advisors for the National Comedy Center. Follow her on Twitter @kelly_Carlin ------------- 1:24 Nicholas Grossman is a political science professor at the University of Illinois and senior editor of Arc Digital. He is is an international-relations professor at the University of Illinois and the author of Drones and Terrorism. This was his first time on the show and I I learned a lot from and enjoyed out talk Follow him on Twitter @ngrossman81. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
Kelly Carlin is the only daughter of legendary comedian George Carlin and author of "A Carlin Home Companion." Kelly is an inspirational public speaker, a writer of books and screenplays, radio host, podcaster, and a declared asker of big questions, with a graduate degree in Jungian psychology and a refreshingly unique perspective on life and living. In this episode, we talk about personal healing in these pandemic times, secular spirituality, the role of comedy in the age of wokeness, her life as the daughter of a complex comedic icon, and her powerful new coaching initiative, Women on the Verge, among other things. Check it out.Check out Women on the Verge here: https://womenonthevergecoaching.com/Kelly Carlin's website: https://thekellycarlinsite.com/
This one is already going down as one of my favorite episodes of the show. Not just so far, but ever. Kelly Carlin is super funny, smart, and a blast to talk to. We deep dive into everything from social media, creativity, jungian personalities, performing live, comedy and comedians, and perfectionism as well as her phenomenal book, “A Carlin Home Companion: Growing Up With George.” Links to Kelly’s book and website can be found below. I truly enjoyed this episode and I hope you do too! Website: https://thekellycarlinsite.com Book: https://www.amazon.com/Carlin-Home-Companion-Growing-George/dp/1250058252/ref=nodl_
Rarified Heir Podcast Episode #29 : Kelly Carlin (George Carlin)
Rarified Heir Podcast
Today on the Rarified Heir Podcast, we talk to Kelly Carlin, humorist, monologist, writer, therapist and all around amazing woman about growing up Carlin. That’s right, she’s the daughter of one of the greatest stand-up comedians of all time, the one, the only George Carlin. And boy, is this episode a winner. First off, Kelly was the inspiration for this podcast after a meeting at the grand opening of the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, New York in 2018. Her book A Carlin Home Companion about growing up Carlin is a must read. It’s a wonderful and truthful look at herself and her family and she doesn’t pull punches. It’s honest and raw and gives great insight into not only her own life but the uncomfortable issues we all face with our families but rarely talk about. Her candor and insight into growing up as the child of a celebrity touches on everything from guru Ram Dass and comedian Jack Burns to Ted Knights Ted Baxter character and the alternative comedy stylings of The Jerky Boys. It’s a ‘very special episode’ of the Rarified Heir Podcast because it’s Kelly Carlin, talking to you about her own life as a Jungian therapist to her Women on the Verge program that is necessary and needed program in this wacky world we live in. We loved everything about this episode and somehow we didn’t even mention Wally Londo. Take a listen to the Rarified Heir Podcast.