Steven Weber is an actor known for his role in the hit NBC television show Wings. He also writes a blog for the Huffington Post.
November 6, 2020
Today our guest is Steven Weber! Steven opens up about his break from Twitter, offers some Election Week reassurance , talks the cult comedy of Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip , working with Fran Drescher on Indebted, who the Hackett brothers would vote for, working on Party Down with Jane Lynch and why the teenagers on 13 Reasons Why deserved to be punished!
Be sure to also read Ashley’s 2016 interview with Steven on The A.V. Club after the episode!
TV, I Say with Ashley Ray is a weekly podcast dedicated to all things TV, hosted by Ashley Ray, the internet’s leading TV pop culture expert! A writer for Vulture, The A.V. Club and Variety, each week Ashley keeps listeners up to date on the shows everyone is talking about, digs deep into classic tropes, and breaks down the best moments in television with some of your favorite comedians, actors, TV writers and more! TV, I Say with Ashley Ray is the hangout sitcom of a podcast you’ve been waiting for.
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September 26, 2015
This week we have another star studded Reading Aloud! We open with friend-of-the-show Steven Weber reading “The Birthday Clown Consortium Price Guide”, by Luke Burns. Then we have Timothy Simons reading “Paloma” by Chad Simpson. Then Nate closes out the show reading a piece by Jay Caspian Kang entitled “What the World Got Wrong About Kareem Abdul Jabbar” Be sure to pick up “Purity”, by Jonathan Franzen, so you’re ready for next month’s book club!
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 email@example.com. 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!
November 4, 2014
Welcome to the first episode of Reading Aloud with Nate Corddry. Nate loves all aspects of the written word from comedic essays to personal letters. On this episode, the hilarious Brian Stack reads a Simon Rich piece entitled “Guy Walks Into A Bar” which was recorded live at UCB-LA. Then, the compelling Aimee Mann joins Nate in the studio for a chat about her music career, her time at Largo, working with Ted Leo on their new collaboration called The Both, and her reading habits. Finally, the incredible Steven Weber reads a heartbreaking letter written by One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest author Ken Kesey to five of his closest friends shortly after his son had passed away. Don’t forget to participate in the book club by going out and buying “Wolf In White Van” by John Darnielle and send in your thoughts on the book at firstname.lastname@example.org.