My guest today is actor, comedian, and author, Bobby Moynihan. Bobby is best known for his nearly ten years as a cast member on Saturday Night Live. We talk about his new children’s book “Not All Sheep Are Boring!” and highlights from his career during this episode.
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The 5 questions I ask in this episode:
- What aspects of your childhood led you to pursue a career in comedy and entertainment?
- In what ways did you distinguish yourself when you were auditioning for SNL and why did it take 14 months to get the gig?
- How can therapy and meditation help people process career trauma and make important changes?
- How’d you come up with the idea for your book, Not All Sheep Are Boring, and what’s the main message you want to convey to children through it?
- What’s your best piece of career advice?
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