Old-Timers at Bob's Big Boy
Pilot episode featuring comedian Ken Greenwald. Hosted by Dave Ciaccio. Directed by Peter Hyoguchi.
Old-Timers at Bob's Big Boy is a one-on-one chat show profiling a different Comedy Veteran each episode, featuring in-depth conversations about Hollywood and the History of Comedy on location at historic Bob's Big Boy in Burbank, California.
This episode is a 40-minute Pilot produced on spec by Dave Ciaccio and Peter Hyoguchi for a proposed series chronicling the stories and advice of Hollywood's veteran comedians.
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Host Dave Ciaccio is an L.A. comedy writer and comedy nerd, who enjoys nothing more than talking to the previous generation of comedians, hoping to glean knowledge and insight about how to survive in Hollywood.
Ken Greenwald has been a comedian, actor, writer and director for over 6 decades. He started as a child actor in the 40's and appeared in numerous sitcoms, talk shows, sketch comedy shows and commercials throughout his storied career, including several dozen appearances on The Steve Allen Show and an Academy Award nomination for a short film he wrote and directed. Ken has never retired and is still performing his unique brand of comedy today.
Director Peter Hyoguchi has been producing and directing film and TV since he won the George Lucas' youth film festival at the age of 15 with a sci-fi short called The Future's Future. He wrote and directed the dramatic feature First, Last and Deposit which won the New York and San Francisco Independent Film Festivals and aired on IFC, and a dramatic feature adaptation of Jean-Paul Sartre's play No Exit. He has collaborated with Ray Bradbury on a supernatural thriller called The Waking for director John Carpenter, an adaptation of New York Times Best-Seller, Killing Elvis and an adaptation of Herman Hesse's Nobel Prize-winning sci-fi novel, The Glass Bead Game.