In this week’s episode of Whiskey Ginger, Andrew Santino sits down with Rick Glassman to chat about his new show The Way We See It avail now on Amazon, we compete to see who can sing the best national anthem, we give our two cents on Flags and we stay goofy.
Rick Glassman is a writer, comedian, and actor who recently wrapped his lead role on the Amazon series As We See It (created by Jason Katims).
As We See It follows Jack, Harrison, and Violet, three roommates on the autism spectrum, who strive to get and keep jobs, make friends, fall in love, and navigate the strange world of adulthood world that eludes them.
A Los-Angeles-based Stand-Up comedian, Glassman’s notable credits include a leading role in Bill Lawrence’s NBC ensemble sitcom, Undatable, as well as playing Harold Ramis in David Wain’s National Lampoon biopic, A Futile and Stupid Gesture. He also wrote, directed, and starred in an award-winning five-episode series, The Sixth Lead, based on his experience starring on Undatable.
Rick can also be seen on his weekly podcast, Take Your Shoes Off, whose guests include Dax Shepard, Kristen Bell, and Marc Maron. Thanks to its three-camera, creatively edited YouTube format, which includes live-action animation, The Economist has called it “…one of the most ground-breaking podcasts in the last 75 years.”
Other TV credits include a recurring role on Paramount Network’s Nobodies, produced by Melissa McCarthy, FX’s The Comedians, produced by Billy Crystal, Comedy Central’s @Midnight, and Adam Devine’s House Party.