TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 575.3 with guest Jim Meskimen is available for listening on demand as a free podcast

Jim Meskimen, The Voice of Colonel Sanders
Original Airdates: Apr. 15-17, 2022
TVC 575.3: Ed welcomes actor, impressionist, voice artist, and improv comic Jim Meskimen. The current voice of Colonel Sanders for KFC, Jim has also produced a popular series of parody videos in which Colonel Sanders approaches celebrities like Bing Crosby, John Lennon, and Humphrey Bogart about endorsing Kentucky Fried Chicken. Topics this segment include the degree of physicality that often comes when creating voice characters, as well as how long it takes for Jim to practice a voice before he feels ready to perform it. You can follow Jim Meskimen on Instagram, TikTok, and the Jim Meskimen channel on YouTube.

Jim Meskimen of Gaslit, Hunters, and The Big Door Prize
Original Airdates: Apr. 15-17, 2022
TVC 575.4: Actor and voice artist Jim Meskimen talks to Ed about the collaborative approach that Oscar-winning director Ron Howard take to working with actors on his films; his mom, actress Marion Ross, and the role that Jim, his wife, and his sister all played in the success of Marion’s memoir, My Days: Happy and Otherwise; and Jim’s upcoming roles in the Starz network limited series Gaslit, the new season of the Amazon Prime limited series Hunter, and the forthcoming Apple TV series The Big Door Prize. Gaslit premieres Sunday, Apr. 24 on Starz. You can follow Jim Meskimen on Instagram, TikTok, and the Jim Meskimen channel on YouTube.

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