Taxi Driver (The Funny One)
The must see interview is here.
Legendary sitcom director, creator, writer and producer James Burrows was given a 2-hour NBC special this past Sunday night. The shows we know and love were featured (Taxi, Cheers, Frasier, Will & Grace, Friends, The Big Bang Theory, to name a few) through cast interviews (most of them, anyways). The trademark gestures and words of wisdom by Mr. Burrows were revealed through comedic ribbing, including his surprisingly distinctive voice. For a man made famous for his shadowy presence, former NBC stars impersonating their former boss was akin to an SNL alum impersonating another behind-the-scenes maestro: Lorne Michaels.
The vocal range between the two men is kind of striking.
James Burrows spoke for a few minutes at the end of his NBC special for directing his 1,000th sitcom episode, but there is still so many more stories to be told.
And advice to be given.
Cheers, James Burrows.
Posted on February 24, 2016, in Uncategorized and tagged advice, celebrity interview, Cheers, entertainment, Frasier, Friends, ideas, James Burrows, NBC, sitcoms, Taxi, television shows, The Hollywood Reporter. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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