Richard Philip Lewis is an American stand-up comedian and actor. He is known for co-starring in the comedy series Anything but Love and for his recurring and semi-autobiographical role in Curb Your Enthusiasm.
As 2019 comes to a close, we're taking a look back at our five most downloaded episodes of the podcast! First, "America's Sleep Doctor" Dr. Michael Breus shares tips to recover from the holiday season and get better sleep. Comedy legend Richard Lewis' relationship with Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David is just as hilarious off-screen as it is on-screen. He opens up about their real-life friendship. Pod Save America host Jon Lovett shares his thoughts on our current political climate, and how we can improve. Kunal Nayaar, star of The Big Bang Theory, shares his big plans for his future now that the hit sitcom has ended, and how he hopes to bring joy to others. Finally, UCLA gymnast and viral sensation Katelyn Ohashi opens up about how she hopes to use her platform to make a difference in the world.
As Hollywood prepares for this weekend's Emmy Awards, we're looking back at conversations with actors who have been part of Emmy-winning shows! Legendary comedian Richard Lewis reflects on his long friendship with Curb Your Enthusiasm creator Larry David, and takes us behind the scenes of shooting a scene for the show. Emmy-winning actress Carrie Preston explains her process of bringing her characters to life in shows like The Good Wife and Claws. Kunal Nayyar, who starred as Raj on The Big Bang Theory, speaks candidly about his emotions as the long-running sitcom was coming to an end.
Richard Lewis is a comedian and actor who currently stars in HBO's "Curb Your Enthusiasm." His comedy act focusing on his personal struggles and angst led to his nickname: The Prince of Pain. Richard is also the author of two books "The Other Great Depression" and "Reflections from Hell: Richard Lewis' Guide on How Not to Live." During this podcast, Richard discusses his close friendship with "Curb Your Enthusiasm" creator Larry David and reveals how the show is produced. Richard also talks about where his comedy comes from and how watching comedy on TV with his family as a child contributed to his desire to make people laugh.
Richard Lewis (comedian, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Leaving Las Vegas) talks with Chris about the changes in his comedy over the years, how he think his upbringing has inspired his jokes and coming up with jokes in his dreams. They also talk about the big comedy boom in the 80’s, how people watched Richard growing up and his new book Reflections From Hell!