Hal Rudnick

Hal Rudnik is an alumnus of the Groundlings Sunday Company and a frequent performer at the UCB Theatre and the iO West. His UCB appearances include The Midnight Show, Tournament of Nerds, and Harold Night as part of the team MacGuffin. You might have seen him on television in Reno 911, ER, or Fuel TV’s The Daily Habit. Go to FunnyorDie to see his interviews from the sets of classic television shows.

Guest Appearances

September 1, 2015

Comedian Hal Rudnick joins Jensen & Matty to talk about Tournament of Nerds, Screen Junkies, getting up OFF a specific driving lane issue Matty’s upset over, True Detective, any porn that depicts violence, YouTube pranks in the “hood,” segways without a stick, and how we were dead wrong about Kingdom Builder, Demetri Martin, and Air Jordans.

July 24, 2015

This week, Randy and Jason help make clear how to know when a sales rep for the Phoenix Suns is aggressively pursuing your wife, as well as what could possibly be the greatest sports call of all time. Then, the Sklars welcome to the show Hal Rudnick who talks about how he lost his favorite shirt, why Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is an actual genie, and the time he almost stole Macho Man Randy Savage’s woman. Later, the gang discusses the most expensive sex Jon Daly ever had and the thing that woke a sleeping Tiger. Lastly, Michael Caine calls in to explain why a shot for shot remake of his movie Victory is absolutely necessary.

March 23, 2015

Sean and Hayes talk more about the ups and downs of filming their pilot and Engineer Codyboy gets caught red-handed. Then, screen junkie HAL RUDNICK drops by the studio to talk movies, spoiler alerts, and Good Will Hunting. Hayes reveals a personal issue he’s having with the honeypot and the boys play a quick round of of fuck/marry/kill. Finally, the Popcorn Gallery is back to ask Hal some questions.



December 4, 2009

Brendon Small is the genius behind the band Dethklok (who you might know better as Metalocalypse, but he would prefer that you didn’t). Aziz Ansari is the genius behind Raaaaaaaandy from Judd Apatow’s movie “Funny People.” Stan Lee is the genius behind Spiderman. And while Captain Moustache isn’t necessarily a genius, he does offer some funny stand-up!