Bryce P. Coleman

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Not So Easy To Be Sleazy

As a lark in 1992, frustrated standup Colin Malone turned to public-access television as an outlet, creating a show dubbed Colin’s Sleazy Friends. Malone conducted no-holds-barred, uncensored, often comical interviews with porno actors. Piqued by the show‘s edgier qualities, comedians like Janeane Garofalo and Margaret Cho appeared as guests, and......


Amy Vangsgard You love the theater, and have always wanted to be involved with it. But to be successful in the field is another matter. Some would call such an ambition a pipe dream — and if your idea of "success" is of the superficial "seeking fame and stardom" variety,......
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