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Get Some w/ Gary Owen Feat. Tony Rock [Podcast]

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Comedian-actor Gary Owen has been leaving audiences with tears in their eyes for over a decade – in the best way, of course! In his podcast #GetSome, Gary discusses the latest and greatest in pop culture, sports, and live entertainment, with his own comedic flair. Laugh along with Gary and his special celebrity guests each week, and maybe learn a thing or two while you’re at it!

In this week’s episode, Gary Owen is joined by legendary comedian Tony Rock.

Rock discusses many topics including starting comedy in Los Angeles, BTS at the comedy clubs, on tour with Mike Epps, Earthquake, Lavell, Jay Pharoah and Gary.

An American actor and stand-up comedian. He is the younger brother of comedian Chris Rock. He is best known for playing Uncle Ryan on Everybody Hates Chris (2008-2009) and television producer Dirk Black on the UPN/The CW series All of Us (2003-2007). Rock also appeared in many films including What Goes Around Comes Around (2012) and Redemption of a Dog (2012).

Rock was a co-star on CBS’s comedy Living Biblically, co-starring with Jay Ferguson, Lindsey Kraft, Camryn Manheim, and Sara Gilbert.

Rock has appeared on radio and television shows including The Howard Stern Show and The D’Angelo Show. He performed in New York with Mark Curry and John Henton to highlight the Apollo Theater. He co-starred as Dirk Black on the UPN/The CW sitcom All of Us. Rock has often worked as a back-up to his brother Chris, and appeared on the latter’s sitcom Everybody Hates Chris in the recurring role of the title character’s uncle Ryan. Chris’s fictitious brother Drew from the show is loosely based on Tony. Rock has hosted The Funny Spot on TV One.

Rock starred in his own sketch comedy TV series, The Tony Rock Project, which was broadcast on MyNetworkTV from 2008 to 2009. On February 19, 2010, Comedy Central aired Tony Rock’s feature on Season 14 of Comedy Central Presents. His episode was the first original of the 2010 season.

In 2012, Rock appeared in Think Like a Man, a feature film based on Steve Harvey’s 2009 book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. In the same year, Rock appeared in David E. Talbert’s What Goes Around Comes Around and began hosting Apollo Live on BET.