James Urbaniak is the velvet voiced master of comedy who provides the silky smooth vocals for Dr. Venture on Adult Swim’s hit comedy The Venture Brothers. He has quite the impressive resume of acting credits listing all the way back to 1994, but if you like hilarity and adorable children, I cannot recommend “The Urbaniak Podcast” enough. You can find it on his Tumblr. You really should follow his Tumblr.
February 10, 2017
Ronna & Beverly pay a visit to San Francisco for the annual SF Sketchfest! They welcome very talented actors James Urbaniak (Difficult People) and Arden Myrin (Shameless) to chat about drag queen leisure wear, the whole refugee project, on-stage engagements, old-timey podcasts, Ambien Santa, and much, much more.
This episode is sponsored by ThirdLove (www.thirdlove.com/shalom) and Keepsake (www.keepsake.us/shalom).
January 4, 2017
Happy New Year
November 26, 2015
Prolific actor James Urbaniak of “Difficult People,” “Review,” and “Venture Bros” joins Sarah & Susan to talk about the W.H. Auden poem “In Memory of W.B. Yeats,” The Beatles, Beck, and Anne Washburn’s play “10 out of 12.”
September 18, 2015
Welcome back to Boom Time with your host Jerry Branski (James Urbaniak)! It’s the podcast for, by, and about the Baby boom generation. It’s a blast from the past this week as Jerry is joined by fellow Vassar College alumni Shirley Arielle Giselle Winestock McGinley Rainbow X Harrison. They catch up on everything from the origins of her many names to singing back up with Sha Na Na at Woodstock. Later, Traci Reardon stops by to answer tweets about chili, ice cream, and changing your body in another edition of “Help Me, Rhonda.”
August 13, 2015
Playing jazz with James Urbaniak.
June 5, 2015
Nate has another wonderfully jam packed episode of Reading Aloud for your ears! First off the hilarious James Urbaniak reads a Tom O’Donnell piece called “You Are Fired From This Father-Son Acrobatics Duo,” recorded live from the UCB-Franklin theatre in Los Angeles. Then, the great Steven Weber joins Nate in studio to discuss the life of Eugene O’Neill, the epic play Long Day’s Journey into Night, and to read a devastating speech from the play. Face your fear and grab Stephen King’s “11/22/63” and send in your thoughts on the book at firstname.lastname@example.org. Los Angeles: Come out to see the show LIVE on Sunday, June 14th at UCB-Franklin at 7:30pm. Get your tickets at www.ucbtheatre.com!