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Are We in Danger of Losing Comedy

Can one of the reasons so many people are sick today be from the lack of laughter? Laughter truly is the best medicine, and research proves it. Everything from boosting the immune system, combatting depression, preventing heart disease and even cancer. The increased polarization and diverseness in society, coupled with politics and other social issues have made it difficult for many to find humor in every day situations, some comedians are afraid to do comedy. 

Are we at risk of  losing comedy? List to this podcast and join in on some needed laughter.  

Actor, writer, producer, and author, Jim Piddock joins us to discusses his new book "Caught With My Pants Down."

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Are We in Danger of Losing Comedy
Jim Piddock
As an actor, Jim starred in several Broadway shows in the 1980's, including Present Laughter, Design For Living, and the original production of Noises Off. Since then, he has appeared in numerous movies, such as Independence Day, Lethal Weapon 2, The Prestige, Best in Show, The Five-Year Engagement, A Might Wind, Austin Powers in Goldmember, Kill Your Friends, Epic Movie, Multiplicity, and Woody Allen's You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger.

He's also been seen in dozens of TV shows, like Modern Family, Nom, Two and a Half Men, Lost, Monk, Friends, ER, Mad About You, The Haunting of Bly Manor, The Drew Carey Show, Designation Survivor, Murder She Wrote, Get Shorty, Law and Order, Party Down, Dollhouse, and Castle. He was also in the award-winning HBO series From the Earth to the Moon, and starred in the CBS miniseries The Woman of Windsor.

In 2007 and 2012, Jim secured his reputation as one of the UK's most notable comedic exports when he starred on stage in Hollywood with Russel Brand, Billy Connolly, Tim Curry, Eric Idle, Eddie Izzard, Jane Leeves, Emily Mortimer, Tracey Ullman, and Sophie Winkleman in What About Dick? As a writer/producer, Jim's films include Tooth Fairy, The Man, and A Different Loyalty. With Christopher Guest, he co-wrote and starred in the HBO series Family Tree and Mascots for Netflix. Production of his film Frankel is due to start in 2022 in the UK. 

He is the author of Caught With My Pants Down - order here