Actors

A Chat With Impractical Jokers’ James “Murr” Murray…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with James “Murr” Murray. James is best known as member of the comedy troupe The Tenderloins. He’s starred in TV shows like Impractical Jokers, The Misery Index and the film Impractical Jokers: The Movie. His new book “Obliteration” is available now!

An Evening With Naughty By Nature’s Treach…

This edition of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with rapper Treach. Treach is best known as the lead rapper for the group Naughty by Nature. He’s also appeared in films like Juice, The Meteor Man, Jason’s Lyric, and TV shows like Oz, The Sopranos and Love & Hip Hop. During the show he discussed how he got into the acting business, the status on new Naughty by Nature music, and his new film Equal Standard. It’s available for streaming now!

During the rest of the show we marveled over Ton’s new motocross boots, discussed which villains from TV sitcoms are our favorites, and celebrated the 35th anniversary of the all-star album for famine relief, Hear ‘N Aid. We’re stars!

A Chat With Reno 911!’s Kerri Kenney-Silver & Cedric Yarbrough…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actors Kerri Kenney-Silver & Cedric Yarbrough. Kerri is best known for her role as “Deputy Trudy Wiegel” on the TV show Reno 911! She’s also appeared on TV shows like The State, The Ellen Show and 2 Broke Girls. Cedric is best known for his role as “Deputy Sergeant Class II Sven Jones” on the TV show Reno 911! He’s also appeared on TV shows like The Goldbergs, Arrested Development and Speechless. The new season of Reno 911! is available now on Quibi!

A Chat With Empire Records’ Debi Mazar…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actress Debi Mazar. Debi is best known for her roles as “Jane” in the film Empire Records and “Shauna Roberts” on the TV show Entourage. She’s also appeared in films like Beethoven’s 2nd, Goodfellas, Batman Forever, Malcolm X and The Doors. Her new series Arde Madrid: Burn Madrid Burn is available now on MHz Choice!

An Evening With That ’70s Show’s Laura Prepon…

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actress Laura Prepon. Laura is best known for her roles as “Donna Pinciotti” on the TV show That ‘70s Show and “Alex Vause” on the TV show Orange Is the New Black. She’s also appeared on TV shows like How I Met Your Mother, October Road and Are You There, Chelsea? During the show she discussed her portrayal of “Donna” and “Alex” and how different they are, balancing her career with motherhood, and her new book “You and I, As Mothers: A Raw and Honest Guide to Motherhood.” Get your copy now!

During the rest of the show we imagined what a Five Count TV show for children would be like, Ton explained how he balances his sensitive side with his prison-hardened side, and we discussed setting up a 1-800 number for the show. Get your parents’ permission before calling!

Av Evening With The Go-Go’s Kathy Valentine & Freaks And Geeks’ Kathy Ann Baker…

This episode of The Five Count featured two exclusive interviews with women who are veterans of the entertainment field. First we were joined by musician Kathy Valentine. Kathy is best known as the bassist for The Go-Go’s. She’s also played with bands like The Textones, The Delphines and The BlueBonnets. During the show she discussed her early years in the music business, the recent reunion of The Go-Go’s, and her new book “All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ‘N’ Roll Memoir.” Get your copy now!

We were also joined by actress Becky Ann Baker. Becky is best known for her roles as “Jean Weir” on the TV show Freaks and Geeks and “Loreen Horvath” on the TV show Girls. She’s also appeared in films like Men in Black, Spider-Man 3, Jacob’s Ladder, and TV shows like Oz and Star Trek: Voyager. During the show she discussed her memories of filming Freak and Geeks, sharing the screen with her husband Dylan Baker, and her new film Nightfire. It’s available for streaming May 1, 2020!

During the rest of the show we discussed our favorite Sega games, considered starting a TikTok account to increase our teen demographics, and tried to figure out why Ton has never seen Space Jam. Stay safe and remain socially distant!

A Chat With Actor Ed Begley Jr….

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor Ed Begley Jr. Ed is best known for appearing in films like This Is Spinal Tap, Batman Forever, Santa With Muscles, Best In Show, A Mighty Wind, and the TV shows St. Elsewhere and Bless This Mess. He’s also an environmental activist dating back to the 1970s. Celebrate Earth Day with Ed Begley Jr. and The Five Count!

An Evening With Twisted Sisters’ Dee Snider…

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with Dee Snider. Dee is best known as the singer for the band Twisted Sister. He’s also appeared in films like Strangeland, Private Parts, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, and is the longtime host of the radio show The House of Hair. During the show he discussed the process he went through to get his daughter home from Peru during the COVID-19 pandemic, the longevity of his House of Hair radio show, and his memories of appearing in the film Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure. Rock!

During the rest of the show we went wild with ALF, admitted to watching hour-long blocks of old commercials on YouTube, Ton explained how to make face masks out of old Harley-Davidson shirts, and we paid tribute to Bill Withers. Stay safe, gentle listeners!

A Chat With Best Of The Best’s Eric Roberts…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor Eric Roberts. Eric is an Academy Award-nominated actor who has appeared in films like The Expendables, The Dark Knight, The Pope of Greenwich Village and Best of the Best I & II. According to IMDB, he has more acting credits than any other actor since the 1970s. His new film Inside the Rain is out now!

A Chat With Filmmaker Barry Sonnenfeld…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with filmmaker Barry Sonnenfeld. Barry is best known as the director of films like Addams Family, Addams Family Value, Get Shorty and all three Men in Black films. His new book “Barry Sonnenfeld, Call Your Mother: Memoirs of a Neurotic Filmmaker” is available now!