X-files My Struggle PODCAST: Walt, Laurice and Pat are back talking about a whole bunch of stuff including the review of “My Struggle”, attending and meeting some of the cast and writers at X-files premiere party in LA and singing on stage at a David Duchovny Concert. We argue over very important issues including noromos vs shippers, reboots with new actors, the X-files theme song, scruffy Mulder’s stubble and how in the world CSM is still alive. All this while Pat & Laurice have to deal with Walter’s emergency issues.
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X-files My Struggle PODCAST
2 Philes and a Newborn with Walt (@WALTFRASIER) Laurice (@LAURICEF) and Pat (@THEPATREIDY)
Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) are reunited when Tad O’Malley (Joel McHale) requests a meeting through FBI / Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi). The initial greeting is a little cold. Clearly Mulder and Scully have not been together as a couple for some unknown time. THAT SHIP HAS SAILED… for now…
Tad O’Malley takes the two on a drive in his mobile bunker disguised as a stretch limo. After showing his sincerity in Mulder’s cause, The trio visits Sveta, an alien abductee that previously knew Mulder from a past case.
Laurice Fattal has been performing in theatre, music concerts, and stage shows since the age of 10. She originally began writing scripts and composing music through her own vocal group in high school. She continued to pursue her passion for the performing arts in college through studies in theatrical production, acting, music and opera. She has worked in casting, directing, and writing with professional companies based out of NYC, MD and DC. Laurice has written and performed in dozens of sketch comedy digital shorts for LMAONYC. Other credits include the Indie short mockumentary: P.O.O.P: The Movie, Writer/Director of The Top 8 at Eight (original web series), Fox & Friends. Musicals/Operas: Amahl and the Night Visitors (Riverside Opera NYC), 27 Santa’s & and Elf Called Kevin , Alice in Wonderland – A New Musical, The Phantom Tollbooth – By Sheldon Harnick, The Lounge @ Under St. Marks. In addition to developing the concept for “Eight is NEVER enough!”, she is thrilled to be the co-founder of “IMPROV 4 Kids!” and Bully Assemblies NY – both are outreach programs that currently tour K-12 school.
Patrick Reidy is a current improviser for Eight Is Never Enough, LMAO, and Improv 4 Kids both in NYC and touring nationally. In addition to serving as MC and guitarist for most shows, Patrick currently serves as casting director for the troupe, making sure every shows is packed with great talent. He is also a co-creator and performer for the musical improv show Big D & The Closers. As a comedian, his sketch writing and performances have been featured on the Huffington Post, College Humor, and Funny Or Die. For more information visithttp://www.thepatreidy.com or follow him on Twitter @ThePatReidy.
Catch Walt Frasier on TruTV’s “Friends Of The People” now in their 2nd season. Go to Netflix – RIGHT NOW!!! – to see Walter in Lilyhammer (Season 3, Episode 8) as the American comic performing at Steven Van Zandt’s Norwegian club. Also now on Netflix – Blue Bloods (Season 3, Episode 8) see Walter in spandex body suit in first 5 minutes as Arnie the Homeless Avenger. Royal Pains (Season 6 Episode 3) as the Choking Victim. Past credits include sketch bits on Letterman (9 episodes), Stakervision (MTV2), Naked Brother’s Band (NICK), Hair Trauma (WE) and numerous commercials including Dr. Oz’s Fat Pants. Theater Credits include Off Broadway, Touring and Regional Theater plus over 4000 professional Improv Comedy Shows with EIGHT IS NEVER ENOUGH (AKA LMAO Off Broadway. Improv 4 Kids, Improv 4 Teens, Absent Minded Comedy). Walter always is a major provider of Corporate and Organizational Team Building Workshops.
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