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In this week’s episode of The Mass Invasion Podcast, Pedro and Janifer are joined in the studio by Mack Kuhr: actor, stuntman, voice over actor, and executive producer.  If he looks familiar to you, you may have seen him on Fox’ hit show “Gotham” opposite Jada Pinkett Smith, AMC’s “Making of the Mob: New York”, and in the fan-film-turned-short MMPR.

Mack dishes with us about his experiences working on Netflix’ “Jessica Jones” set as well as his previous experience working on the Batman feature film “The Dark Knight Rises”, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, and “John Wick”.

We also talk about his love for the villain, particularly with Mark Hamill’s version of “The Joker”, which reminds us, here’s the YouTube clip we promised in this podcast episode of Mark Hamill at Star Wars Celebration in 2013 doing Joker’s monologue in the eulogy scene from “The Man Who Killed Batman”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWCfDdydwt8

You can check out more work from Mack Kuhr on his website MackKuhr.com.


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If you’re checking this out on iTunes, AudioBoom or Stitcher, head to our post for clips of Mack’s work and for the trailer of his fan funded project MMPR.

Janifer Cheng

Janifer Cheng

Janifer is an award winning singer, performer, blogger and photographer, who loves tech, video games, pop culture, travel and cuisine. She has worked for 2 of the top 3 major record labels and major a cable network.

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