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Episode: Actor Patrick Muldoon acts with 'Twilight' star Kristen Stewart, sings with The
Podcast: Mr. Media
Veröffentlicht: vor 8 Jahren, am 30.05.2010 um 16:20
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Beschreibung: By BOB ANDELMAN

Joining me today is actor Patrick Muldoon, who you?ll certainly recognize from Starship Troopers and other films. But what you may not know about Patrick is that he?s adjusted his priorities in recent years, putting much of his energy into the band The Sleeping Masses, for whom he is the lead singer and songwriter with Neal Ives.

He?s having some real success, too, as you can see in the music video for the song ?The Woman is the Way.? The song appears in Powder Blue, a movie starring actress Jessica Biel.

He's also preparing to start a new movie in which he'll co-star with Twilight actress Kristen Stewart.

Patrick Muldoon will be the celebrity guest host of ACME Saturday Night at the ACME Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 5. Studio tickets are $10 online, $15 at the door. You can order tickets or watch the show live online free: http://www.acmecomedy.com.

(My audio/video interview with Patrick is immediately following one with comedian Debi Gutierrez)

Patrick Muldoon/The Sleeping Masses Website ? Facebook ? Twitter ? MySpace ? YouTube
Hear it now!PATRICK MULDOON AUDIO EXCERPT: "K-11 is an independent movie that takes place in the L.A. County Jail; we should be shooting any time now. It depends on Kristen Stewart's schedule. I've met her a couple times; I've also had the pleasure of working with her mom, who is directing the movie. She is a real sweetheart."
You can LISTEN to this interview with PATRICK MULDOON, actor and lead singer of THE SLEEPING MASSES, by clicking the audio player above!

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