Episode 57: "Hey André, What'd I Say?" with André Sogliuzzo

65 minutes

Episode 57: "Hey André, What'd I Say?" with André Sogliuzzo   New studio, New Episode, Old Friend.  When André Sogliuzzo (SideSwipe in Transformers, Puss from Puss in Boots, Bumi from Avatar: The Last Airbender, Tony Montana in Scarface: The World Is Yours and many others) drops by, they discuss how to build character, dialects, and impressions from imitating friends and family, how working in production led to a meaningful relationship and artistic mentorship with a legedary actor, and how improvised fights with friends in New York require a french dialect and a model with a hat to pay the rent.  A spirited, incredibly informative and hilarious conversation with one of the most prolific and versitile actors working today.     Follow André on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook: @andresogliuzzo   Listen for André in "Love, Death and Robots" on Netflix, starting this Friday, March 15th

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