James Lipton offers some good, though likely impossible, advice to Mitt Romney (via The Dish.) Politics is performance. This has never been more true than now. Why is Romney so uncomfortable in his own skin? What’s under there that he’s so afraid we might see? All politicians wear masks. Some wear more convincing masks than others. Lipton is right about Reagan. He was comfortable as an actor, comfortable as an orator.
Click here to view this media From New York Magazine, James Lipton has some advice for Mitt Romney. How to Act Human: Advice for Mitt Romney From Inside the Actors Studio: A few months ago, Brian McFadden’s weekly comic strip in the... Read Post
Taking inspiration from a Sunday comic strip in The New York Times, writer/poet James Lipton decided to re-enact Brian McFadden's depiction of Romney being interviewed on Lipton's Inside the Actors Studio. In a blog post and video f... Read Post
The dream James Lipton has pursued for 17 years has finally come true. That’s right, Jim Carrey at last accepted his long-standing invitation to appear on Inside the Actors Studio. When Lipton started his landmark interview series o... Read Post