The I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST has announced its first live show in Toronto at The Danforth Music Hall on Thursday, July 26, 2018. The event is 19+ and tickets are available via Ticketmaster HERE!
While in Toronto, Rapaport will also make an appearance at the Air Canada Centre on July 27 as a sideline reporter for BIG3, a 3-on-3 pro basketball league founded by Ice Cube featuring All-Stars, Hall of Famers and World Champions. Rapaport will be joined by Toronto Raptors power forward Pascal Siakam, who will be a guest on the podcast.
About Michael Rapaport
After selling out events in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Seattle & San Francisco the I AM RAPAPORT: STEREO PODCAST WORLDWIDE PHENOMENON LIVE TOUR recently started hitting the road due to popular demand to do live comedy performances of the podcast followed by a Q&A featuring Film and TV veteran Michael Rapaport and his best friend/3x Podcast Co-Host of the Year Gerald Moody. The podcast chronicles opinions on Rapaport’s career, sports, music, film, television, popular culture, life and everything in between. For more for information, visit: http://www.iamrapaport.com/ & http://www.iamrapaporttour.com
Unafraid to tackle taboo topics head on, the I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast has quickly amassed a legion of loyal fans worldwide since its inception in August 2014 boasting an incredible 1.5M to 2M downloads per month. Actor/Director/Comedian Michael Rapaport whose comedic styling is modeled after stand-up legends like Richard Pryor, Lenny Bruce, George Carlin, Don Rickles, Eddie Murphy, and Andrew Dice Clay, realized this was the format he’d been waiting for after. Unfiltered, unrestrained and unrated, the I Am Rapaport: Stereo Podcast was born.
Best friends since 1982, Rapaport and Moody have carved a specific niche in entertainment that has the show regularly featured on the iTunes charts. A true New Yorker through and through, Michael Rapaport grew up in New York City, playing basketball, going to hip hop clubs and having fun with his best friend Gerald Moody aka, the ‘Black Ed McMahon’. Rapaport moved to Los Angeles doing stand-up comedy before venturing into feature films. In 1992 he starred in the independent film Zebrahead, which garnered him critical acclaim. This led to a string of standout parts in films, such as True Romance, The Basketball Diaries, Higher Learning, Mighty Aphrodite, Beautiful Girls, CopLand, Metro, Special, Bamboozled, Deep Blue Sea, Men Of Honor, Small Time Crooks, Hitch, The Heat, My Man Is A Loser, Little Boy, The New Edition Story etc. and on television with appearances on Friends, Boston Public, My Name Is Earl, Prison Break, War at Home, Justified, Louie, Public Morals, DICE, White Famous, The Guest Book and more
Michael is also an award winning documentary director for his films Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest, When The Garden Was Eden and Hard Lovin’ Woman. Rapaport also starred as the “weed smoking clown” who is gunned down in the video for Snoop Dogg’s remix of BADBADNOTGOOD’s song, “Lavender (Nightfall Remix)”, ft. Kaytranada. The controversial video takes a satirical jab at the current state of US politics. Rapaport’s latest television project, Atypical, is a critically acclaimed coming-of-age series streaming now on Netflix and starring Michael and Jennifer Jason-Leigh as the parents of an autistic teen.
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