Lisa Lampanelli talks about kindness in the arts and more on THE ART OF GOODNESS


Robert peterpaul, in association with the Broadway Podcast Network, welcomed acclaimed former stand-up comedian Lisa Lampanelli in today’s episode of The Art of Kindness. They discuss Lisa’s journey from “Queen of Sense” to “Queen of Sense,” recognizing what’s good for you, cuteness in the arts and more.

Listen below!

Some highlights:

– Lisa explains how she was named “Queen of Wickedness”

–An HBO show that she and Jim Carrey sold that never made.

– His decision to quit acting completely and was canceled.

– Cancel culture as a whole.

– How artists constantly judge themselves.

– How she inspires the next generation of comics with her new Losers with a Dream podcast.

The Art of Kindness with Robert Peterpaul podcast highlights artists from all areas of the entertainment industry using their platform to make the world a better place. Hosted by award-winning actor, writer and celebrity interviewer Robert Peterpaul, the podcast focuses on spreading kindness in the arts and beyond. In its inaugural season, glittering guests have ranged from Grammy winner Meghan Trainor to Olympian Laurie Hernandez to Broadway star Ilana Levine (You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown). The AOK is produced by Robert Peterpaul Productions and streamed on all podcast platforms including: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, and iHeartRadio.


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