Actor Breckin Meyer

Welcome Breckin:

We’re joined on the Starline by an actor, writer, musician and producer. He has an irrational fear of people singing at him and his latest film “The Enormity of Life” is on digital video on demand now. We welcome either Franklin or Bash, I could never figure out who is who Actor Breckin Meyer.

Breckin, let’s go Beyond the Mic. You’ve written for comedy and done countless movies. “The Enormity of Life” tackles family issues, PTSD, suicide, mass shootings and humanity. As executive producer this project was important to you but why?

“The Enormity of Life” tackles such dark topics yet still drops in humor like a scene ordering at the fast food restaurant. How hard was it seeing the 1st cut of the movie where you don’t want it to be too comedic but you had to drop some levity in?

The Rockin’ 8:

And speaking of conversation starters… Breckin, it’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions; answer with the first thing that comes to your mind. There is no Pressure.

1. You skated 10.8 miles for your audition in Clueless. Do you still skate today?

2. Favorite thing about your dog Harley?

3. Person you want to work with that you haven’t before?

4. Do you ever regret playing the role of Spud in Potato Head Kids?

5. Best thing about being a girl dad?

6. Movie that you get trapped into watching if you turn it on even in the middle?

7. Do you still have your first drum kit?

8. Blue of black ink pens?

One Big Question:

How did the pandemic change the way you look at acting?

Who influenced your life and acting and you can’t say Mark-Paul?

What’s your next project?

Talk about working with this special cast…

The Wrap:

We all have a dysfunctional family in one way or another.  He likes black ink, and don’t start La Bamba if you want him to leave. He needs you to see “The Enormity of Life” Breckin Meyer thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.

And that my friends is a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.

Listen to other Beyond the Mic conversations with other actors here.

Listen to other Beyond the Mic conversations with other musicians here.

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