BA #068: Jeff Loveness

March 16, 2015 | 12:14 am |

Jeff Loveness Podcast Interview

 

So one last time, episode sixty-eight needs to be the one who takes you home! On the sixty-eighth Box Angeles writer Jeff Loveness (Jimmy Kimmel Live, Marvel) stops by Studio 309. He discusses making movies as a kid, his love of Dean Cain, having a sketch video go viral, experience writing comic books, and more!

 

As always, leave your thoughts on the podcast / topics discussed in the comments and be sure to subscribe in iTunes and Soundclound.

 

 

The BA #068 Breakdown —
– Box rants the stupidity of groups of people, specifically at the Hollyhock house.
– Drinking and rituals.
– Growing up in small town Montgomery Peak, CA and making home movies as a kid.
– Doing theatre, playing golf and discovering The Simpsons.
– Making sketch videos using Sony Handycams and attending Pepperdine in Malibu.
– Love for Dean Cain and a couple Dean anecdotes, meeting / former girlfriend.
– Making content for the Random Show on campus tv before becoming host and posting to YouTube.
– Interning for NBC Universal and getting a gig with The Onion by sending a column / pitches.
– Dropping history major to focus on comedy and Wes Anderson Spider-man sketch taking off.
– Kimmel reaching out and taking an internship before submitting a packet to be a staff writer.
– Writing for the White House Corespondents dinner and auditioning for random acting gigs.
– Freelancing for Marvel writing comic books and when Jeff felt like he could do this for a living.
The BAQ —
– Jeff describes what he does in three words and gives his logline.
– Jeff answers why Hollywood and his favorite thing about LA.
– Jeff discusses who he enjoys to watch and who he’d like to work with.
– Jeff’s favorite thing he has done and how he defines success.
– Choose your own adventure sign-off.

 

Guest Beer — Mammoth, Epic IPA

 

 

For more Jeff, check out his website, buy the just released comic book he wrote, Amazing Spider-Man Special #1 and follow him on Twitter @JeffLoveness.


An aspiring actor, Mike ‘Box’ Elder thinks groups of people are stupid.¬†Follow him on Twitter @mikeboxelder.

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