Jonathan Adam Saunders Baruchel is a Canadian actor, film director, and screenwriter best known for his voice role as Hiccup in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. He is also known for his roles in comedy movies such as Knocked Up, Tropic Thunder, Fanboys, She's Out of My League, Goon, This Is the End, and The Sorcerer's Apprentice.
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Jay Baruchel talks with Adam about his incredible catalogue of films, battling anxiety, and his thoughts on hockey and hockey movies. The guys also react to news stories about Kamala Harris, Ferrari World, and America’s Got Talent. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Lifelock.com enter ADAM Zoro.com/ADAM Castrol Edge Geico.com BetOnline.AG enter PODCASTONE
Jay Baruchel talks with Adam about his incredible catalogue of films, battling anxiety, and his thoughts on hockey and hockey movies. The guys also react to news stories about Kamala Harris, Ferrari World, and America’s Got Talent. PLEASE SUPPORT TODAY’S SPONSORS! Lifelock.com enter ADAM Zoro.com/ADAM Castrol Edge Geico.com BetOnline.AG enter PODCASTONE
Actor/Director/Writer Jay Baruchel pens a new book “Born Into It”, explains the origins of his Montreal Canadiens fandom, fake vs real weed on set, visited a haunted house in a “higher” state, remembers a beef with an actor and someone tried to fight him at a hockey game.
Actor Jay Baruchel takes the trip down from Canada to talk with Marc about life, acting and the Great White North. Jay explains what it was like being raised in a family that was righteously engaged in politics while also beset by criminal activity and alcoholism. He also tells Marc why it's important to him to see Canadian culture reflected in film, which is one of the reasons he wrote and directed the new movie Goon: Last of the Enforcers. This episode is sponsored by The War on Drugs' new album A Deeper Understanding and Stamps.com.
It’s a very special week on ‘Well, Nobody’s Perfect’ as Rob and Geoff welcome actor, writer, director, and all around good guy Jay Baruchel to the podcast. The three of them talk about Jay’s role on the surreal tv comedy ‘Man Seeking Woman’ (7:00), the joys of living and working in Toronto (15:00), and the challenges/advantages facing Canadian filmmakers (17:00). They also discuss Jay’s directorial debut Goon 2 (27:00), get his take on the John Scott All-Star controversy, and close with some bracketology, narrowing down the field of great enforcers in film history (32:00).
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Stats
Birthdate
Apr 9th, 1982
Location
The Beaches, NL, Canada
Episode Count
5
Podcast Count
4
Total Airtime
4 hours, 41 minutes