IN LOVE... with Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan Podcast

IN LOVE... with Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan

An Arts, Comedy and Society podcast featuring Michael Rosenbaum
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Chris Hardwick & Lydia Hearst
Chris Hardwick (Talking Dead, @midnight) and Lydia Hearst (Z Nation, South of Hell) join us this week to talk about the wild back-and-forth origin story of their relationship/marriage and how they were able to connect early on with their shared eccentric interests and recent losses of each of their fathers. They talk about the importance of transparent communication within a relationship, while sharing how their long-distance honeymoon phase forced them to develop a strong emotional bond before getting intimate. These two just get it… love em.
Shan Boodram
Shan Boodram, sex educator, sexologist, and author of The Game of Desire, joins us this week and drops knowledge on how to successfully navigate a healthy sexual relationship. We discuss the impact of modern technology on this generation’s view of sex... plus, how people can avoid letting the addiction of stimulation blind them from the reality of a disastrous relationship. Listen as Shan breaks down the 5 secrets to dating with dominance, her take on “‘twinkie relationships,’ and exactly what ‘vabbing’ is.
Rosey's Ex (Andrea Bogart)
Rosey’s Ex, Andrea Bogart (General Hospital, The Odd Couple) stops by the show this week to share a behind the scenes look at her relationship with Michael. The two share stories from their past, discuss the positive and negative aspects they saw in each other as partners, and explain how they’ve been able to grow a strong friendship even after an emotionally tolling breakup. Andrea goes on to share how with a little self care and transformation through yoga, she was able to flip her negative mindstate and manifest the relationship and beautiful family she is building now.
Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan 2
❤️ This week we’re IN LOVE... with… ourselves! Kick back as Rosey and Sully usher in the new year of 2020 talking about issues like handling disappointment and dealing with certain unexpected breaks in routine. We share our own personal experiences to discuss the idea of being angry with others while still having the ability to forgive them by placing ourselves in their shoes. This is a prefect palate cleanse heading into this new year.
Bobby Lee & Khalyla Kuhn
Bobby Lee and Khalyla Kuhn (Tigerbelly) join us this week to talk about all the ups and downs of their six year relationship: from their origin story through Tinder, to dealing with each other’s unique quirks and habits that make them who they are, and even discussing how they’re working on their own personal issues to avoid lulls in this long term partnership. We also talk about dealing with loss and the different ways people react in these types of group situations, specifically with Bobby in the recent passing of his father. We dove real deep this week into self understanding with friends, family, and partners. Hope this can help some of ya… Shout out to the Slept King and his Princess
Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan
In a world full of cynicism, sarcasm and irony; Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Chris Sullivan (This is Us) discuss the things in their lives that bring them joy, fulfillment and gratitude. They invite their audience and their guests to do the same. In Love… with Michael Rosenbaum and Chris Sullivan is the upbeat antidote to everything that’s bringing you down and hopefully through the process, we will all become better people, friends and lovers. What are you in love with?
Rachel Lindsay & Bryan Abasolo
Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo (The Bachelorette, The Bachelor) join us to share their experience building and sustaining a relationship out of the Bachelorette Season 13. They talk about their expectations going into the show and some deeper insights into what that experience is like for both sides. Rachel and Bryan also open up about their attraction to each other’s personal passions, how they adapt to each other’s love language, and how they both understand and practice the give-and-take needed for a successful relationship.
Alison Robertson
Alison Robertson (Enoughness) joins us to discuss her passion in helping other people as a confidence coach through personal development. Alison shares her idea of “enoughness” in that everyone’s key to their own individual happiness has been with them the whole time. We discuss the differences between talents and passion, not getting stuck in the grass is greener mindset, and finding harmony instead of the impossible task of balance. So much goodness on this week’s episode.
Jonathan Silverman & Jennifer Finnigan
Jonathan Silverman (Weekend at Bernie’s) & Jennifer Finnigan (Salvation) join us this week and share how they’ve been able to maintain a fun and successful relationship through thick and thin in Hollywood. We discuss how they’ve been able to overcome the littlest of disputes to relationship threatening times while having to deal with long distance. Jonathan and Jennifer talk about meeting at the Playboy Mansion, how having a child has changed their relationship, and how they manage their finances with things like prenups.
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In a world full of cynicism, sarcasm and irony; Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Chris Sullivan (This is Us) discuss the things in their lives that bring them joy, fulfillment and gratitude. They invite their audience and their guests to do the same. In Love… with Michael Rosenbaum and Chris Sullivan is the upbeat antidote to everything that’s bringing you down and hopefully through the process, we will all become better people, friends and lovers. What are you in love with?
Seth Green & Clare Grant
Seth Green (Austin Powers, Robot Chicken) and Clare Grant (Walk the Line, Changeland) stop by to share their perspectives on working closely with your significant other, being with a partner who shares the exact same interests, and how they managed to craft a successful marriage out of a friendship. Seth and Clare share stories working together on the film Changeland, talking about how they both felt about having romantic scenes with other cast members, aside from themselves. All the while, they talk about how they’ve been able to maintain a positive and productive relationship all this time, after recently celebrating their ninth wedding anniversary.
Sklar Brothers
Randy Sklar and Jason Sklar (Dumb People Town) join us this week to talk about their unique experience working side by side as entertainers for over thirty years. We learned about their roots in comedy, their affinity for performing bits in their teens, and the path they had to take make it as a duo of twin stand ups in New York. The Sklars share how they’ve been able to maintain both cohesive marriages and working relationships for all these years, notably by being able to hold each other to a higher standard of accountability, knowing that they count on another within their career. These guys had some hilarious stories this week, love em.
Chrissy Metz & Donnie Berry
Chrissy Metz (This Is Us) and Donnie Berry (This Is Us) stop by to share their experiences and insights from a successful 17+ year friendship and newly founded working relationship. The two breakdown times where they’ve overcome petty disputes, also sharing their individual perspectives on navigating the line between close friend and employee/employer... all coming from a place of love and wanting to help each other grow and succeed.
Michael Angarano
Michael Angarano (This Is Us, I’m Dying Up Here) shares the close relationship he has with his supportive family who never pressured him during the early stages of his acting career, and who more recently, were over the moon celebrating his Emmy nomination. Michael shares the good and bad experiences he’s had in recent years working on the shows I’m Dying Up Here and This Is Us, all the while talking about how he maintains his grateful mindset and love for his craft as an actor.If you’re in a bit of a rut right now and are looking for a little spark in your respective craft… this is it.
Jon Heder & Kirsten Heder
Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite, Blades of Glory) and Kirsten Heder join us this week to share their experience maintaining a healthy marriage and family life in the industry without letting Hollywood twist or corrupt the things that actually matter. They talk on the importance of putting their home life first, how everything else in showbiz is fleeting in comparison, and their focus in family above career even if it ruins future work prospects. We also get into what it’s like for the partner of an actor at premieres, and the feeling of “being in the way” that can come with it; plus the awkward game that these industry events and parties can turn into.
Elan Gale & Molly Quinn
Elan Gale (The Bachelor) & Molly Quinn (Castle) join us this week to share their perspective on being open and honest in a relationship with the things that the majority of people nowadays avoid. They discuss how they’ve been able to sustain a successful relationship while not avoiding the bad things in life like sadness or self doubt, but rather, addressing these things head-on to help remove the stigma and be able to deal with them. We also get into how the two of them met, how they’re able to handle their differences in age, and what’s it like navigating their emotions in different ways both proactively vs. reactively.
Mia Marchant
Our engineer/editor Mia Marchant (Cynical Cartoons) joins us as a guest this week to talk about her recent experience coming out as a trans woman. Mia opens up to us about the process of coming into her own authenticity, the scared feeling in anticipation of how certain family and friends would react, and the differences she encountered between her expectations and the reality of the entire experience. She also talks about how difficult this process would have been in her intolerant home town in comparison to here in L.A. and her take on the emotional intelligence of children in making gender identity based decisions. Great episode… couldn’t be happier to have Mia onboard here.
Susan Kelechi Watson
Susan Kelechi Watson (This Is Us) joins us to share how her upbringing within her immigrant family and living in the chaos of New York fostered her success and mindset as an actor and as a person in general. We discuss her depression in traditional schooling prior to becoming an actor, along with the judgement she received within her traditional Jamaican family as she moved into this creative path. Susan also shares experiences on set with Sully on This Is Us, her chance run-in with Quentin Tarantino, and some pretty golden motivation for anyone out there struggling to take risks
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Podcast Details
Started
Aug 19th, 2019
Latest Episode
Jan 6th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
18
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
Yes

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