Most of them time when I post about a music video, it's one that I'm in. But I'm not in this music video — I made it.
Are you a true crime enthusiast? Have you ever watched an episode of SVU and been scared to go anywhere alone for the next week? Have you always thought my face looks just a little too creepy?
If you answered yes to any of those questions (especially the third one), you'll get a kick out of "Murderino Date," a new short film from Lainie Pahos and Tim J. Lim that I co-star in. It's a fun flick and features some facial expressions that are so terrifying, I'm considering getting rid of my mirrors.
Watch it and enjoy — or, rather, be scared!
I've always loved Christmas music, but am perennially disappointed by the lack of holiday melodies for the Chosen People. So this year, I decided to take matters into my own hands and give the Jews the Hanukkah present we've always wanted: our very own Christmas song.
"The Jewish Christmas Song" is now streaming on YouTube. Watch it, love it, and share it with all your friends — goyim included.
Can you believe the holidays are already here?! Of course you can't. No one ever can. Every year they come too quickly, and every year, we're surprised. At least the advent of the season gives us something to talk about other than the weather.
And when you're done having that awkward conversation, start listening to that gorgeous yuletide music. Where's it coming from? The Tinseltone Carolers, natch!
The Tinseltones are the holliest vocal group in Hollywood, providing three different quartet styles, the sexiest singers, and also me. Book them for your holiday party, and tell them I sent you so I can get a bonus.
After a lil' hiatus, I'm literally jumping for joy to be working at Disneyland again — yes, literally. Just look at this picture. You can't see my feet, but I'm totally jumping. I mean, look at me. Who looks like that when they're not jumping? No one. That's classic jumping face. You can't look like that when you're not jumping. It's literally not a thing.
Want to see me there? Of course you do. Check my calendar for dates.
The new dark comedy Middle Man, written and directed by Ned Crowley and starring Jim O'Heir (Parks & Rec) and Andrew J. West (The Walking Dead) is in select theaters across the U.S. for one day: today, June 9.
If you go see it, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for me! Literally, bring clothespins or something — I'm in the movie for about ten seconds. But hey, it's still cool!
You can see the movie in a theater today in LA, New York, Boston, Chicago, Seattle, or Atlanta. But if you can't make it, don't fret: you can stream it on all major services, including Netflix and Amazon, this fall.
I love holiday songs, but after hearing the same damn tunes over and over, year after year, I thought it might be fun to add a naughty twist to one of the nicer carols.
Today I released "Whom Are You Doing New Year's Eve?" a parody that's even more inappropriate than it sounds. I wrote it and recorded it, but I have no comment as to what I'm doing behind that piano.
Watch the music video here and spread it to all your friends who need holiday cheer and are over eighteen years old!
Last month's Swingin' with the Mouse at Rockwell Table & Stage was such a hit, we're doing it again — this time at Cabaret at the Merc! Pablo Rossil will host again, and there may even be a few new arrangements this time around... you'll only know for sure if you're there.
December 21, 2016 at 7 PM. Tickets: www.rawsillproductions.com.