Welcome to Make That Paper!
The show that talks about all those side-hustles, survival jobs, day gigs we do as artists to support the dream.
In this fifth installment of our Black History Month series, hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber talk to the omni-talented multi-hyphenate Justin Chu Cary about Acting, Writing, Hauling Trash, and Handjobbing.
Find out about all things Justin Chu Cary at: http://www.justinchucary.com/
Follow Justin on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justinchucary/?hl=en
Gather all of your anti-anxiety medication and watch his terrifying Zombie series “Black Summer” on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/title/80198988
And watch out for the STARZ original series “Blindspotting,” coming soon!
Continuing with our Black History Month series, hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber have the opportunity to talk to fellow podcast host and powerhouse actress Nadège August about long nights in the ER, longer nights posting flyers, and staying true to who you are as a ‘ride-or-die actress.’
Listen, subscribe, rate, review, and contribute to Nadège’s “What the Fockery” podcast: anchor.fm/whatthefockery/support
For more about Nadège August visit: realnadegeaugust.weebly.com
Follow her on Twitter: @NadegeAugust
And on Instagram: @bougiedilemma
Watch her series “Bougie Dilemma” on Amazon Prime: smile.amazon.com/Bougie-Dilemma/d…sa-no-redirect=1
In the third episode of our Black History Month series, hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber talk to the unbelievably prolific actor Rodney Hobbs about never ever giving up his HR job, processing payroll from his trailer, and slinging sex toys on the side.
Make sure you watch Rodney in Season 2 of “Dear White People” on Netflix when it comes out: www.netflix.com/title/80095698
And also watch him on the next season of Tyler Perry’s “Young Dylan” on Nickelodeon: www.nick.com/shows/young-dylan
Follow him on Instagram: www.instagram.com/rjhobbs42/?hl=en
And also on Twitter: twitter.com/rodneyjhobbs
You can wear out your eyeballs reading his credits on IMDB: www.imdb.com/name/nm0387627/
And don’t forget to order your sex toys from his lovely wife Freda: www.fredachobbs.com/bedroom_kandi
As we continue our Black History Month series, hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber talk to the Academy Award and Golden Globe nominated songwriter/film composer Taura Stinson about assisting Paris Hilton and Sean “Puffy” Combs, and the night things got so bad she had to email Oprah… and Oprah emailed her back.
Find all things Taura at: www.taurastinson.com/
Buy her first book “100 Things Every Black Girl Should Know: For Girls 10-100”: amzn.to/3jHBXEE
And her NEW book “100 Ways to Love Yourself: Inside and Out”: amzn.to/3rHInGi
Check out the series she’s a Staff Writer on, Apple TV’s musical animated show “Central Park”: apple.co/2MOnAlG
Watch “Mudbound,” the film that garnered her an Academy Award and a Golden Globe nomination: www.netflix.com/title/80175694
And listen to the original song that earned those nominations: youtu.be/XjyBRCw-G_8
As we kick off our special Black History Month series featuring black artists from across the artistic spectrum, we welcome the hilarious and talented actor and improvisor Marshall Givens to the show. We talk about busting out of the sound booth, securing a sound stage, and that time he was a party bunny (not that kind of bunny.)
In the INAUGURATION DAY episode of the Make That Paper podcast hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber clean out drawers and sanitize surfaces with one-time housekeeper turned big time Animation executive and producer Katie Krentz, as they discuss fleeing the midwest, spackling for a Dane Cook short film, and what to do with the other 360 days of the year.
In this episode hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber mosey down memory lane with actor and old school chum Mageina Tovah to talk about producing theater, independent films, and pretending to be a messenger to land a role in Sam Raimi’s Spiderman.
In this episode hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber unpack the rich work history of the hilarious Scott Narver, discussing diseases, call center culture, and what’s in the box.
In 2020’s final episode of the Make That Paper podcast, hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber talk to Improvisor, Educator, and Romance Writer Margaret Edwartowski (AKA Maggie Eliot) about driving the lunch shuttle, wearing a Coke can, and fostering creativity in Detroit.
Hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber talk about work, family, and the Camaro in the Coal Mine with Dancer, Actress and Fitness Guru Raquel Horsford, and her husband the Actor, Writer, Director, Futurist Philosopher, and Jedi Master Ahmed Best.
Hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber talk to the supremely funny and extraordinarily talented improvisor and actor Celeste Pechous, best known for her recurring role on Showtime’s “Work In Progress,” about painting pets, teaching comedy, and keeping your friends close, but your plumber closer.
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Hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber rifle through the job history of actress Mara Marini, best known for her recurring role as porn start Brandi Maxxx on “Parks and Recreation.” From mopping up vomit at Hooters to re-upping subscriptions for the NRA, to go-go dancing hundreds of feet in the air, Mara has done it all… including wearing the Grimace costume.
In the Season 3 Premiere hosts Jaime Parker Stickle and Jason Beeber discuss being a walking coach and a bartender at Hollywood’s most notorious nightclub with actor, comedian, and cooking show host Angela Quintana.
Season 3 of the Make That Paper podcast drops on Wednesday, November 25, 2020. New episodes Wednesdays at 10 am. Subscribe now!