Judah Friedlander is an American actor and comedian, known for playing the role of writer Frank Rossitano on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock. Friedlander is also known for his role as Toby Radloff in the film American Splendor, a role that garnered him favorable reviews and a nomination for best supporting actor at the 2004 Independent Spirit Awards.
Recent episodes featuring Judah Friedlander
Judah Friedlander Fights Back
Comedian Judah Friedlander drops by to discuss his new Netflix special, "America is the Greatest Country in the United States," which uses humor to take on U.S. exceptionalism. We had a wide-ranging conversation on why this country is so fucked-up, fighting back and being a world champion.
Judah Friedlander
The Culture Crush
On this episode of The Culture Crush podcast, we sat down with comedian and actor Judah Friedlander (30 Rock, Wet Hot American Summer) to discuss his new stand-up Netflix special America is the Greatest Country in the United States.  Judah explains how he developed this special’s topic, his theory of political comedy, and his evolution as a comic. We also discuss a host of other topics including the 2016 election, freedom of speech, the co-opting of political causes by brands and businesses, sexual harassment, and why women are inherently better at camera work.
Ep. #365: Judah Friedlander
Kreative Kontrol
Judah Friedlander discusses the state of the world and his new Netflix stand-up film, America is the Greatest Country in the United States. Sponsored by Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, Grandad's Donuts, Freshbooks, and Hello Fresh Canada.
Judah Friedlander
Edge of Sports
Amid political chaos, Edge of Sports looks to a comic mind for order: author and actor Judah Friedlander. As Frank Rossitano on 30 Rock, Friedlander was known for his “World Champ” trucker hats, and it does not escape Judah that Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” cap bears more than a passing resemblance to his signature look. Dave Zirin and Judah talk politics, comedy and ping pong, recorded in a Montgomery County, Maryland library. Then, Dave has some ‘Choice Words’ about baseball diplomacy in Cuba laced with music by Machito, and the ‘Just Stand Up’ award goes to Serena Williams for rebuking Raymond Moore, former director of the Indian Wells tennis tournament disgraced by his comments belittling female players.—“If the Raindrops United: Drawings and Cartoons by Judah Friedlander”http://judahfriedlander.com/if-the-raindrops-united | http://JudahFriedlander.com | http://twitter.com/JudahWorldChamp | http://fb.com/JudahWorldChamp | http://youtube.com/JudahChampThe Office audition tapes: https://youtu.be/S73Nzksy6rUDave in Progressive: “Play Béisbol! Cuba Thaw Creates New Possibilities” http://progressive.org/news/2016/03/188634/play-b%C3%A9isbol-cuba-thaw-creates-new-possibilitieshttp://edgeofsportspodcast.com | http://twitter.com/edgeofsports | http://fb.com/edgeofsportspod | edgeofsports@slate.com—Music: “Like That” Ardency http://soundcloud.com/ardency | Machito “Babarabatiri” “El Bajo De Chapotin” “Mambo Inn” http://spoti.fi/1oaehtF | Percy Faith & His Orchestra ”Tara’s Theme (Theme from Gone with the Wind)” http://spoti.fi/1UM9vRt
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Kill Me Now with Judy Gold
Judah Friedlander sits down with Judy to discuss first impressionsLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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10 hours, 13 minutes