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Episode 165 – David Anders – Comicpalooza Panel 2015 / audio

David Anders

David Anders (@QuestionAnders on twitter) joins host Craig Price at his Q&A panel at Comicpalooza 2015. What is actor David Anders doing on the podcast?! He’s been the fan-favorite villain on shows like iZombie, Heroes, Alias, the Vampire Diaries and Once Upon a Time. He sat down with Craig for a panel at Comicpalooza to talk about his career, what brains taste like, some of his favorite experiences being an actor and even gets a little teary talking about the people who helped him the most. He also answers questions from his fans (that also includes Craig), shows off his pipes and generally goofs around for an hour.

They laugh, they cry, they even hug it out a bit on this live recording. If you’re not a fan of David Anders now, you will be after this podcast!

You can learn all about David and what great roles he’s played (fire up the Netflix!) on his IMDB page.

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Episode 164 – Thom Singer – Emceeing / audio

emceeing

Thom Singer (@ThomSinger on Twitter) returns to give host Craig Price some tips on being an emcee. Being an emcee or host for a corporate event is nothing like being an emcee at a comedy club. To help with Craig’s upcoming hosting duties at Comicpalooza, he decided to look for a professional. Past guest and speaker pal, Thom is widely known as the “Conference Catalyst” and professional emceeing is right in his wheelhouse. The two discuss, what the goals of the emcee is at an event, how to keep things moving along, how to deal with a speaker who goes long. They also discuss another major aspect of emceeing and is far more common, hosting a panel. How do you prepare, how much do you prepare, how do you get quiet guests involved and most importantly, how do you control the one panelist that tries to dominate the time.

Learn more about Thom at http://conferencecatalyst.com and listen to his podcast Cool Things Entreprenuers Do.

APP BONUS: Read Thom’s 10 Tips for Being the Master of Ceremonies

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