Good morning! Who likes to laugh? Who loves a great movie with relate-able characters? I do! I love laughter and I love good, solid, down to earth characters that I can root for be it on t.v or in a movie. And besides, a hearty laugh everyday helps keep you young. Can you dig it?
This week (tonight actually) on my show, On Why Yet’s Watch, I am interviewing an acting comedian, Ted McCray. You read that right, an acting comedian. He is an actor AND a comedian. I have seen one of his performances and the group he does comedy with is called Comic Energy here in Philadelphia. It’s a sketch comedy show, Philadelphia’s version of Saturday Night Live. They filmed an episode live a few weeks ago and I had the pleasure of attending. Some of my favorite skits included The Dr.’s, Foot and Nass, and The Ozzy Osbourne interviews Kanye West skit! You’ll have to wait until it airs in December to see what I’m talking about, I’ll keep you posted.
Now about Ted:
Ted McCray, whose real name is Theodore Ingram, was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA. Coming up, Ted always had a way of captivating the people around him with his humor and happy go lucky personality. He is the youngest out of ten children, all by the same mother and father who are now deceased. Ted fell in love with acting while attending college to become a teacher. The first play he starred in was “A Street Car Named Desire” in which he played the famous character Stanley Kowalski. After that he realized that acting was his calling. He left college and went on to pursue a professional career in acting. He has been in countless independent films and he recently starred in a web series call “Cases” which received a lot of praise.
Join me, Why Yet, as I find out where Ted draws his comedic and acting inspiration from On Why Yet’s Watch, where I bring you what’s going on. The show broadcasts live at 9 pm EST on blogktalkradio.com on BRPP Radio Network. The call in number is 773-897-6297. If you are on facebook, instagram or twitter follow me to stay tuned: http://www.facebook.com/why.yet http://www.instagram.com/why.yet http://www.twitter.com/why_yet1