Adam Sessler joins Phil via Skype. Sessler is the authority in video game journalism. From Tech TV, to X-Play on G4, Attack of the Show, and his channel on Revision 3 he established himself as the go-to voice of the industry. Now he consults directly with game developers telling deeper stories about the creative process.

Will Friedle made a huge break on the series Boy Meets World and he reprises the role of Eric Matthews on the hit follow-up Girl Meets World. He’s also the voice behind iconic characters like Batman Beyond, Ron Stoppable, Lion-O, and Star-Lord. Will opens up to Phil about fate, his struggles with anxiety, and his path to success.

Adam’s first role was opposite Jodi Foster as the title character in “Little Man Tate”. He went on to perform in “Jumanji”, “Diabolique”, “The Ice Storm”, and “Halloween: H20”. He talks to Phil about transitioning from a young actor working with some of Hollywood’s top talent to finding his passion as a writer.


Jon Armstrong is known around the world for his mix magic and humor. He’s won the title “Close-Up Magician of the year”, appeared on The Today Show and Masters of Illusion, worked on shows like Spider-Man 3 and The Mentalist, even co-created the IDW comic Smoke and Mirrors. In this episode he talks to Phil about discovering his calling.

Andy Hill is the former president of CBS Productions. During his tenure at CBS he oversaw hits like Touched by an Angel, Dave’s World, Caroline in the City, and Dr. Quinn. He talks with Phil about management, encouraging greatness, and what he learned from legendary UCLA Coach John Wooden.

Greg Grunberg has starred in Heroes, The Client List, Alias… he’s currently on Criminal Minds and the acclaimed period drama Masters of Sex. He sits down with Phil to talk about acting, his charity work, and even “stealing” props.