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MF 022 : Andy Bray’s Lesson in Life Improvisation or How I Learned to Pivot in Hollywood

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In MF 022, Co-host and entrepreneur, John Lim, interviews actor, comedian, improv and sketch artist, Andy Bray, on his long career in Hollywood in front of the camera and his recent pivot towards writing.  Andy cites several books that have inspired his journey as a writer including the Blake Snyder ‘Save the Cat!‘ series. Andy also talks at length about his love of ‘Charlie Chaplin’ | ‘Star Trek’ and shares a poignant memory of his father, a police officer who worked on the set of the TV series ‘Miami Vice.’

  1. Save the Cat! The Last Book on Screenwriting You’ll Ever Need (paperback) / Kindle edition

  2. Save the Cat! Goes to the Movies: The Screenwriter’s Guide to Every Story Ever Told (paperback) / Kindle edition

  3. Save the Cat! Strikes Back: More Trouble for Screenwriters to Get into … and Out of (paperback) / Kindle edition

  4. Star Trek: The Original Series (Blu Ray)

  5. Star Trek: The Original Motion Pictures I – IV (Blu Ray)

  6. Star Trek: The Next Generation Motion Pictures (Blu Ray)Star Trek (2009) (Blu Ray) / Digital edition

  7. Star Trek Into Darkness (Blu Ray) Digital edition

  8. Charlie Chaplin HD Collection (The Kid / The Great Dictator / Modern Times / The Gold Rush / The Circus) (The Dictator / The Masses) (5 Disc Blu Ray)

  9. Miami Vice: The Complete Series (DVD)


In additon, ‘Moving Forward’ listeners can get two free audio books from Audible (details here).


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