International Waters with Dave Holmes, with guests James Acaster, Aisling Bea, Mike Phirman and Erica Rhodes
James Acaster is one of the most brilliant and distinctive young comedians of his generation. A whimsical master, he has received acclaim from around the world, including a record breaking 5 consecutive nominations for ‘Best Comedy Show’ at the 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals and winning the 2015 Chortle Award for Best Show, and Best International Show Award at the 2014 New Zealand International Comedy... Read More →
Aisling Bea is an Irish actress, comedian and writer. She was named Best Female TV Comic at the British Comedy Awards. In 2011 she won the prestigious UK wide competition "So You Think You're Funny?" and was subsequently invited to perform at Montreal's Just For Laughs. Her debut show at Edinburgh Fringe Festival was a critical and commercial hit getting 4 and 5 stars across the board and selling out (including all extra shows added). Following... Read More →
Dave Holmes is a comic, actor, writer, and television personality based in Los Angeles, CA. He is an editor-at-large for Esquire.com, and his memoir “Party of One” was published by Crown Archetype in 2016.
Mike Phirman is incredibly uncomfortable writing about himself in the third person, so he is going to write his bio in the second person. | | You are a musician and music producer who lives in Los Angeles. You were in a comedy music duo called "Hard 'n Phirm" that made a half-hour Comedy Central special. You love folding laundry and were born without a sense of smell. You’ve worked as a visual effects artist for TV shows, like CSI. You... Read More →
At the age of ten, Erica Rhodes started her entertainment career by voicing the conscience of legendary humorist and writer, Garrison Keillor on NPR's A Prairie Home Companion and has worked on that show ever since. She has performed on stage with Meryl Streep for PBS' A Prairie Home Companion Celebrates the 4th of July special and co-starred with Martin Sheen when the famous radio show played L.A.'s Greek Theatre and Hollywood Bowl shows... Read More →