Actors

An Evening With Singer Anita Ward And The Wonder Years’ Danica McKellar…

This episode of The Five Count featured two exclusive interviews with two entertainment veterans. First we were joined by singer Anita Ward. Anita is best known for hits like Ring My Bell and Can’t Nobody Love Me Like You Do. She was also nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the 1980 Grammy Awards. During the show she discussed the success of Ring My Bell, the possibility of recording new music, and her upcoming appearance on The Ultimate Disco Cruise. It sets sail in 2020!

Next we were joined by actress Danica McKellar. Danica is best known for her role as “Winnie Cooper” on the TV show The Wonder Years. She’s also appeared on TV shows like How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, The West Wing, and has published several books about math. During the show she discussed how she started writing math books, her memories of making the film Camp Cucamonga, and working with Dolly Parton on her new film Christmas At Dollywood. Check it out on The Hallmark Channel!

During the rest of the show we discussed the new Prince box set, the changes to the cheese chilitos at Zanz over the years, which holidays Ernest P. Worrell needs to save, and Ton’s numerous appearances on The People’s Court. He once got into a fight with Rusty the Bailiff!

A Chat With Clerks’ Brian O’Halloran…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor Brian O’Halloran. Brian is best known for his role as “Dante Hicks” in the films Clerks and Clerks II. He’s also appeared in films like Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and Vulgar. He’ll be appearing at GalaxyCon in Minneapolis this weekend!

A Chat With Sheila E….

The Five Count had another chance to speak with the one and only Sheila E. Sheila is a percussionist, singer, author, and actress best known for her work with Prince. She’s also appeared in films like Krush Groove, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane, and Sign ‘o’ the Times. Her new single No Line, featuring Snoop Dogg, is available now!

An Evening With The Karate Kid’s Martin Kove…

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actor Martin Kove. Martin is best known for his role as “Sensei John Kreese” in The Karate Kid film series and the TV show Cobra Kai. He also appeared in films like The Last House on the Left, Death Race 2000, Rambo: First Blood Part II and TV shows like Cagney & Lacey, The Goldbergs, and Gunsmoke. During the show he discussed bringing back “John Kreese” for Cobra Kai, working with Quentin Tarantino on the film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and his upcoming appearance at GalaxyCon Minneapolis. Get your tickets now and meet Martin Kove!

During the rest of the show we played our favorite Karate Kid tunes, discussed which obscure ‘80s horror films should be remade, and Ton explained his recent addiction to the Call of Duty mobile app. It may be time for an intervention!

A Chat With Roseanne & The Conners’ Michael Fishman…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor Michael Fishman. Michael is best known for his role as “D.J. Conner” on the TV shows Roseanne and The Conners. He’s also appeared in films like A.I. Artificial Intelligence and Undrafted. See him in the new season of The Conners on ABC every Tuesday night!

An Evening With CM Punk…

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with CM Punk. CM Punk is a former WWE Champion, WWE World Heavyweight Champion, ECW Champion, ROH World Champion, and WWE Intercontinental Champion. He also competed in the UFC and wrote for Marvel Comics. During the show he discussed why he’ll probably never return to the wrestling ring, his current career as an actor, and the release of his new film The Girl on the Third Floor. It’s clobberin’ time!

During the rest of the show we played our favorite Halloween jams, begged for money for the KMSU pledge drive, answered a letter from a woman who needed to quickly wire 6.5 million dollars to our bank account, and learned how to prepare the perfect Moroccan meal for a dinner party from our friend Vincent Price. Happy Halloween!

A Chat With Full House’s Marla Sokoloff…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actress Marla Sokoloff. Marla is best known for her role as “Gia Mahan” on the TV shows Full House and Fuller House. She’s also appeared on TV shows like Boy Meets World, Step By Step, The Practice and films like The Baby-Sitters Club, Sugar & Spice and Dude, Where’s My Car? Her new film The Road Home for Christmas premiers Oct. 26 on Lifetime!

A Chat With Breaking Bad’s Larry Hankin…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor Larry Hankin. Larry is best known for his role as “Old Joe” on the TV show Breaking Bad. He’s also appeared in TV shows like Seinfeld, Friends, Star Trek: The Next Generation and films like Home Alone, Billy Madison, and Planes, Trains and Automobiles. You can see Larry in the new Netflix film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. Also, his new book “The Loopholes Dossier” is available now!

A Chat With A Nightmare On Elm Street 2’s Mark Patton…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor Mark Patton. Mark is best known for his role as “Jesse Walsh” in the film A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge. He’s also appeared in films like Amityville: Evil Never Dies and Come back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean. Mark is the subject of the new documentary Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street.

We also had a chance to speak with Scream, Queen filmmakers Roman Chimienti & Tyler Jensen. See the film and meet Mark, Tyler and Roman on Oct. 23 at the Twin Cities Film Fest in Minneapolis!

A Chat With Fangoria Editor Michael Gingold…

The Five Count had another chance to speak with author Michael Gingold. Michael is best known as the longtime editor of Fangoria magazine. He’s also contributed to many other publications including Rue Morgue magazine, The Motion Picture Guide, and The Blockbuster Video Guide. His new books Ad Nauseam: Newsprint Nightmares from the 1990s & 2000s and Ad Astra: 20 Years of Newspaper Ads for Sci-Fi & Fantasy Films are available now!