It´s true! Susie coached Breaking Bad´s ´´Walter White´´ (Bryan Cranston) on the proper way to do an erotic love scene. It was 1994, and Susie was working on a movie as a writer. She was asked to help two actors who were rehearsing a very steamy scene. Susie remembers how sweet and gentlemanly Bryan Cranston was back then. She kept giving him pointers on how to get nastier and sexier. Looks like Susie´s coaching really helped him to find his inner Walter. Next, Susie shares a recent interview she did with Slantthere.com. They were interested in Susie´s take on contemporary sexual politics. The discussion ranged from Internet porn and misperceptions about erotica to the deadliness of prudery. Finally, from the ´´Try This at Home´´ mailbag, a letter requiring an urgent reply: ´´Do kinky lovers use S/M to avoid real intimacy?´´ Wow, does Susie have a lot to say about that! Have a question? You can call Susie´s hotline at 831-480-5110. And you can send your confidential questions - plus requests for free samples and blog banners! - to firstname.lastname@example.org [Episode 590, October 25, 2013] Explicit Language Warning: You must be 18 years or older to purchase this program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susie Bright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/suzy/131025/pf_suzy_131025_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Malcom in the Middle) follows in the exasperated footsteps of Samuel L. Jackson, giving voice to the long-suffering father whose indifferent child will just not eat in this hilarious follow-up to Adam Mansbach´s international best seller, Go the F--k to Sleep.Mansbach´s long-awaited sequel is about that other great parental frustration: getting your little angel to eat something that even vaguely resembles a normal meal. Profane, loving, and deeply cathartic, You Have to F--king Eat breaks the code of child-rearing silence, giving moms and dads (new, old, grand-, and expectant) a much-needed chance to laugh about a universal problem.Anchored by a hilarious performance from Cranston, You Have to F--king Eat is the perfect blend of talented voice actor and subversive fun that expertly captures Mansbach’s trademark humor. Due to its explicit language, you probably shouldn´t play this one for your kids. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bryan Cranston. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/021679/bk_adbl_021679_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If you´ve been watching the AMC drama Breaking Bad over the years, you´ve had the privilege of seeing some extraordinary performances by the lead actors, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, and Anna Gunn. But some of the greatest moments have been of the smaller, more isolated type. Like the ones featuring my guest today, Mark Margolis, who plays - or should I say played - Hector ´´Tio´´ Salamanca. You remember Hector, the notorious, bloodthirsty bastard we met as an old man and later in flashbacks as a young badass. As Hector, Margolis never says a word, communicating extraordinary viciousness and anger with nothing more than a glare and the pounding of a little bell. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bob Andelman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bigh/000560/bk_bigh_000560_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Bryan Cranston landed his first role at seven, when his father, a struggling actor and director, cast him in a commercial. Soon Bryan was haunting the local movie theater, reenacting scenes with his older brother. Acting was clearly his destiny - until one day his father disappeared. As a young man on a classic cross-country motorcycle trip, he found himself stranded at a rest area in the Blue Ridge Mountains. To pass the time, he read a tattered copy of Hedda Gabler, and in a flash he found himself face-to-face with his original calling. Suddenly he thought this was what he would do with the rest of his life. Act. In his riveting memoir, A Life in Parts, Cranston traces his journey from chaotic childhood to his dramatic epiphany to megastardom and a cultlike following by revisiting the many parts he´s played on camera (astronaut, dentist, candy bar spokesperson, president of the United States, etc.) and off (paperboy, farmhand, dating consultant, murder suspect, son, brother, lover, husband, father). With great humour and humility, Cranston chronicles his unlikely rise from a soap opera regular to a recurring spot on Seinfeld. He recalls his run as the well-meaning goofball, Hal, on Malcolm in the Middle, and he gives a bracing account of his challenging run on Broadway as President Lyndon Johnson, pushing himself to the limit as he prepared for a tour de force that would win him a Tony to accompany his four Emmys. And, of course, Cranston dives deep into the grittiest, most fascinating details of his greatest role, explaining how he searched inward for the personal darkness that would help him create one of the most riveting performances ever captured on screen: Walter White, chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin in Breaking Bad. Discussing his failures as few men do, describing his work as few actors can, Cranston has much to say about innate talent and its benefits, challenges and proper maint 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bryan Cranston. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/orio/001011/bk_orio_001011_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Winner of the 2017 Audie Award for Narration by the AuthorA poignant, intimate, funny, inspiring memoir - both a coming-of-age story and a meditation on creativity, devotion, and craft - from Bryan Cranston, beloved and acclaimed star of one of history´s most successful TV shows, Breaking Bad. Bryan Cranston landed his first role at seven, when his father, a struggling actor and director, cast him in a United Way commercial. Soon Bryan was haunting the local movie theater, memorizing and reenacting favorite scenes with his older brother. Acting was clearly the boy´s destiny - until one day his father disappeared. Suddenly destiny took a backseat to survival. Seeking something more stable, perhaps subconsciously trying to distance himself from his absent father, Cranston decided on a career in law enforcement. But then, while a young man on a classic cross-country motorcycle trip, Cranston one day found himself stranded at a rest area in the Blue Ridge Mountains. To pass the time, he read a tattered copy of Hedda Gabler, and in a flash he found himself face-to-face once again with his original calling. Suddenly he thought this was what he wanted to do, what he would do, with the rest of his life. Act. In his riveting memoir, A Life in Parts, Cranston traces his zigzag journey from his chaotic childhood to his dramatic epiphany and beyond, to megastardom and a cultlike following, by vividly revisiting the many parts he´s played on camera and off. With great humor and much humility, Cranston chronicles his unlikely rise from a soap opera regular trying to learn the ropes and the politics of show business on the fly to a recurring spot as Tim Whatley on Seinfeld, finding himself an indelible part of popular culture. He recalls his run as the well-meaning goofball, Hal, on Malcolm in the Middle, proving to writers and fans that he was willing to do anything, anything, for a laugh, and he g 1. Language: English. Narrator: Bryan Cranston. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007520/bk_sans_007520_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Orson Welles was an actor, director, writer and producer who worked in theatre, radio, TV and film. His film Citizen Kane (1941) is ranked as one of the greatest movies ever made. In 1937, Orson Welles and John Houseman founded the Mercury Theatre, an independent repertory theatre company that presented a series of productions (including Julius Caesar) on Broadway through 1941. To help earn money to stage his productions, Welles moonlighted as a radio actor. In 1937, at age 22, he clouded men’s minds as radio’s first Lamont Cranston, alias The Shadow. In his own radio series, The Mercury Theatre on the Air, Welles dramatized the H.G. Wells science-fiction classic The War of the Worlds and caused widespread panic when listeners thought that Earth was being invaded by Martians. This broadcast earned Orson Welles great notoriety and a film contract with RKO. He followed up Citizen Kane with 12 other feature films, the most acclaimed being The Magnificent Ambersons (1942), Touch of Evil (1958) and Chimes of Midnight (1966). Even though Welles stayed quite busy acting and producing films, he found time to appear in many radio shows during the 1940s and 1950s. We’ve carefully selected 12 of his finest radio performances for this collection, and we hope that you will enjoy them! The Cavalcade of America 10-12-42 ´´Admiral of the Ocean Sea” The Jack Benny Program 4-11-43 w/ guest Orson Welles Suspense 9-23-43 ´´The Most Dangerous Game” Suspense 10-19-43 ´´Lazarus Walks” Suspense 5-4-44 ´´The Dark Tower” The Mercury Summer Theatre 8-2-46 ´´Golden Honeymoon” & ´´Romeo and Juliet” The Mercury Summer Theatre 8-9-46 ´´Hell on Ice” The Lives of Harry Lime 4-18-52 ´´The Painted Smile” The Lives of Harry Lime 5-16-52 ´´The Elusive Vermeer” The Blac 1. Language: English. Narrator: full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/011480/bk_brll_011480_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.