Welcome to what happens when you get fired from a day job that was only supporting your writing career which never took off anyway, and you, at the very tender age of forty, with only a stack of losing MegaMillions tickets, collection of one-night stands, and silent-but-deadly bomb-dropping Pit Bull in your possession, have to move back home with your crazy parents.
Sound exciting? Oh, the party's just begun. Please, read on. Enjoy yourself. (The very first post was on 1/29/11...in case you want to start from the beginning.)
November 17, 2013
In just a few weeks, we’ll be rolling on Episodes 2 and 3 of MY PARENTS ARE CRAZIER THAN YOURS. The love and support from the cast and crew has been amazing. Without the proper budget to do it right and pay everyone their rates, everyone has agreed to help out this time around – […]
September 4, 2013
Hi Guys! Vote for my pilot webisode so it can win the Montreux Comedy Festival: http://www.dailymotion.com/contest/MontreuxComedyWebSeries/videos#video=x13ytwx If I win, I will be flown to Switzerland to be present at the festival. Can somebody say Toblerone? Who loves chocolate more than me? Who loves getting on a plane more than me? Who loves winning SOMETHING, ANYTHING […]
July 15, 2013
…to help me fund Season One! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/my-parents-are-crazier-than-yours Special perks include visits to the set and walk-on roles.
June 20, 2013
My fellow appreciators of dysfunctional comedy, Today, hot off the presses and right to you – the brand new campaign to fund the next 5 episodes of “My Parents are Crazier than Yours” is LIVE! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/my-parents-are-crazier-than-yours/x/3530339 It was with your help that the pilot episode was born – now at almost 80,000 hits on YouTube: […]
June 19, 2013
Wish me luck, guys. Tonight is the fundraising party (“The Pink Slip Party”) to kick off a 3 week campaign to raise $25,000 to shoot the next five episodes of “My Parents are Crazier than Yours.” I’ve created some cool cocktails, like “Broke and Beachless” and “Stuck in Suburbia.” If you’re in NYC, stop by. […]