Michael Nicolosi shares a name with a slightly more famous actor. You learn these things when you Google a person’s name. I’d happily share some links to Mike’s work, but he refused to give them to me. He’s not ornery. Well, okay, maybe a little bit. Mostly, he’s humble and gracious preferring to remain in the shadows. Prior to us recording today’s show he admitted that he turns down over 80% of all “interview requests.” We reminded him that we don’t consider what we do “interviews.” These are conversations where our main goal is to have a good time while helping our audience have a good time. And we want our guests to have a good time, too – as evidenced by Michael’s great sense of humor and our joint fondness for practical jokes. We found him to be thoughtful, empathetic, and full of fun! You will, too.
Mike is the more forgetful, slightly deaf half of Clara Nicolosi, Re/Max of Hot Springs Village. We won’t spoil the conversation too much except to tell you that today, Mike is a working actor, voice actor, and screenplay writer/producer. His voice acting specializes in animation and gaming. Enjoy the conversation. Dennis and I sure did.
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2 thoughts on “Michael Nicolosi: How A Semi-Deaf Drummer Wound Up Speaking Like An Alien”
Great show. I am looking to buy a lot and build a home in the village. I listened to the show about the lots 20+ times. I would love to hear a podcast about building a home there. Maybe interview local builders. Any helpful hints would be appreciated.
Shelley, thanks so much for listening. Stay tuned. We’ve been planning shows about that very topic – building a house. In fact, if you’ve not listened to the show with Gary Mouton, do that. We plan to have Gary and his building on with us once more progress is made on Gary’s house (on Lake DeSoto).