Amy Sedaris and Stephen Colbert's friendship goes way, way back, so even though she was bumped from last night's Colbert Report to make room for guest Christopher Nolan, Sedaris still found a way to appear on the show with her old pal. She even brought an exclusive clip from Interstellar for good measure.
Above Average and PopSugar's new web series Seriously Distracted premiered its first two episodes today, and you can watch Amy Sedaris's debut as PR boss JD LeGrand above. LeGrand's first attempt to find a date on Tinder unfortunately results in a "Freudian swipe," but hopefully she'll find a way to recover from the humiliation. Watch the first episode with Orange Is the New Black star Kimiko Glenn below, then catch new episodes on Above Average every Tuesday at 11:00am.
"Well, he's got that Southern charm. He's genuinely interested. He's engaging. He's a very positive person. He can see the good in everything. I think he'll go to that other character that he plays on that show because that's part of him, too. He'll mix it. But once you're out there and there's a live audience, everyone's playing a different version of themselves. You know? There's a camera in front of you. There's an audience. You automatically are different. I just think people will see this other side to him, because he has this whole bag of tricks people haven't even seen yet."
- Amy Sedaris — current star of [...]
The Fox comedy pilot Dead Boss has added another hilarious lady to its cast. Following news of 30 Rock's Jane Krakowski landing the starring role in the BBC3 adaptation, THR reports that Amy Sedaris has also joined the cast as Mary, described as "one of Helen's (Krakowski) nosy, fault-finding co-workers and the gatekeeper to their boss. She secretly loves the man and openly hates Helen." Dead Boss follows Krakowski's character after she's wrongly convicted of murdering her boss, so it should be fun to see Sedaris in somewhat of a villainous role. Sedaris's most recent onscreen credits include The Heart, She Holler, Raising Hope, Alpha House, and [...]
“Anything can happen,” says Alyson Levy on the Brooklyn set of the Adult Swim show she produces, The Heart, She Holler. “People can come back from the dead or, you know, maybe they weren't dead. We don't know. There's no reality to it. It's just the world unto this that has its own rules."
Tonight sees the return of grotesque soap opera-inspired live action comedy, which follows the debaucherous exploits of the inbred hillbilly family The Heartshes. Season one began with the emergence of Hurlan Heartshe (Patton Oswalt) from the cave he’s lived in all his life, following the death of his father (Jonathan Hadary). Hurlan is due to take [...]