Actors

A Chat With Actor James Cromwell…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor James Cromwell. James is best known for his role as “Farmer Arthur Hoggett” in the film Babe and “George Sibley” in the TV show Six Feet Under. He’s also appeared in films like Revenge of the Nerds, Eraser, The Green Mile, Star Trek: First Contact and TV shows like All in the Family, Dallas, ER, and American Horror Story: Asylum. His new film Emperor is available now!

A Chat With Actor Joe Morton…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actor Joe Morton. Joe is best known for his roles as “Dr. Miles Bennett Dyson” in the film Terminator 2: Judgment Day and “Eli Rowan Pope” on the TV show Scandal. He’s also appeared in films like Crossroads, Speed, Blues Brothers 2000, and TV shows like A Different World, Eureka and God Friended Me. Joe and his friend Kenny Lehman have a new single out called Wake Up America!

A Chat With Rob Schneider…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with comedian Rob Schneider. Rob is best known as a former writer and cast member of Saturday Night Live. He’s also appeared in films like The Waterboy, Grown Ups, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Judge Dredd and Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. His new Netflix special, Rob Schneider: Asian Momma, Mexican Kids, is available now!

An Evening With Spinal Tap’s Harry Shearer…

This installment of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with the one and only Harry Shearer. Harry is best known for providing numerous voices for characters like “Mr. Burns” and “Ned Flanders” on the TV show The Simpsons. He’s also appeared in films like A Mighty Wind, Waiting for Guffman, Wayne’s World 2, and is the longtime bassist for the band Spinal Tap. During the show he discussed his thoughts on today’s political climate being good for comedy, the latest group of musicians he’s playing with, and his latest single Son in Law. Find it on his upcoming album The Many Moods of Donald Trump!

During the rest of the show we argued about whether or not Ton should head to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally this year, discussed haunted houses in West Mankato, and celebrated Ton’s birthday! He’s growing up right before our ears!

An Evening With The Monster Squad’s Andre Gower & Office Space’s Richard Riehle…

This edition of The Five Count featured exclusive interviews with two longtime actors. First we were joined by actor Andre Gower. Andre is best known for his role as “Sean Crenshaw” in the film The Monster Squad. He’s also appeared in TV shows like The Young and the Restless, The A-Team, Knight Rider, and The Hogan Family. During the show he discussed the continued-popularity of The Monster Squad, cutting down trees with Mr. T, and his new film Baby Frankenstein. Get your copy today!

Next we were joined by actor Richard Riehle. Richard is best known for his role as “Tom Smykowski” in the film Office Space. He’s also appeared in films like Casino, Free Willy, Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday, Fried Green Tomatoes and Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo. During the show he discussed how he decides which roles to take, working with people like Paul Reubens and Rob Zombie, and his new film Limbo. It’s available now!

During the rest of the show we discussed the logistics of listening to every episode of The Five Count within a calendar year, tried to determine if the show could outlive Mankato’s River Hills Mall, and Ton mourned the impending death of JCPenney. He’ll have to buy all his Starter Jackets online now

A Chat With Hoarders’ Dr. Michael Tompkins…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with Dr. Michael Tompkins. Michael is best known for his numerous appearances on the TV show Hoarders. He’s also a licensed psychologist, a founding partner of the San Francisco Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy; Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, Berkeley; and a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Season 11 of Hoarders airs Monday nights on A&E!

A Chat With The Facts Of Life’s Kim Fields…

The Five Count recently had a chance to speak with actress Kim Fields. Kim is best known for her roles as “Dorothy ‘Tootie’ Ramsey” on the TV show The Facts of Life an “Regine Hunter” on the TV show Living Single. She’s also appeared on shows like Diff’rent Strokes, Kenan & Kel, and The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Her new film Baby Blue premiers July 25 on BET Her!

An Evening With The Facts Of Life’s Lisa Whelchel…

This episode of The Five Count featured an exclusive interview with actress Lisa Whelchel. Lisa is best known for her role as “Blair Warner” on the TV show The Facts of Life. She also appeared on shows like The New Mickey Mouse Club and Survivor: Philippines. During the show she discussed hosting the TV show Collector’s Call, how she got involved with the show, and her life outside of acting. See the new season of Collector’s Call on MeTV!

During the rest of the show we argued about Little House on the Prairie, explained why our favorite Kiss songs are the ones sung by Peter Criss, and we broke the news that Ton is officially an ordained minister. You can refer to him as Reverend Ton from now on!

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!