Grammy winning comedy sensation Tiffany Haddish came from the bottom. Now she’s here to slay. Not only is she the funniest woman in the world, but she’s also incredibly honest and heartfelt and embraces the tragedies in her life as much as the success. Her story is real, the laughter is real, and the tears are real.
2x Golden Globe and 3x Emmy Award-winning actor Jeremy Piven is the perfect guest for your podcast to discuss his new podcast “How U Livin’ J Piven”, his Stand-Up Comedy Tour and his new film, The Walk.
Jeremy Piven has teamed up with Kast Media to produce his brand-new podcast “How U Livin’ J Piven,” where he interviews influential guests such as Jamie Foxx, Tiffany Haddish, Common, Mark Cuban and UFC stars Rashad Evans and Jorge Masvidal, in an intimate and in depth format that showcases his dynamic personality in a never-before-seen way. Next week’s podcast episode features an interview with his on-screen/off-screen nemesis Malcom McDowell (“Entourage”) where they hold nothing back as they confront their tumultuous relationship over the years. The show is available wherever you get your podcasts.
A household name for his 2x Golden Globe and 3x Emmy Award-winning performance playing the fast-talking, acerbic Hollywood agent ‘Ari Gold’ in the HBO series Entourage, actor, comedian, and podcast host Jeremy Piven also achieved significant success playing the title role in the British/PBS television drama series Mr Selfridge, the semi-fictional story based on the life of Harry Selfridge, who founded the London department store Selfridge’s.
Piven has also appeared in numerous successful films, including Grosse Pointe Blank, Singles, Very Bad Things, The Family Man, Black Hawk Down, The Kingdom, Heat, PCU, Old School, Rock N Rolla, Serendipity, Smokin’ Aces, and Runaway Jury. Piven is currently touring the country with his successful STAND-UP COMEDY show, flexing a comedic muscle that few actors have been able to transition over to. Next up on the feature film front, Piven is set to co-star opposite Justin Chatwin and Terrence Howard in the period drama film THE WALK, set for a 2022 release.