Mark Lonow - Episode 143

Steve Cooper talks with actor/club owner/manager Mark Lonow. Mark started his acting in New York City and was in a comedy group with Henry Winkler. He then moved to L.A. and appeared in the TV shows All in the Family, Charlie's Angels, The Rockford Files, Moonlighting, Hill Street Blues, Murphy Brown and many others. Throughout his career he has also been in movies such as Mr. Saturday Night, City Hall, National Security and the Wedding Singer. He is considered an industry leader in the comedy world. He is partners with Budd Friedman of the famous Improvisation comedy club in L.A. and was a key component in building their 20+ clubs across the country and his wife and him manage Lewis Black and Kathleen Madigan. He currently is writing a play for Off Broadway and his daughter created the series How to Live with Your Parents(For the Rest of Your Life), which Brad Garrett's character is based on him.  


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