Happy days are here again!
Yes, we’re still largely in lockdown worldwide to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, but happier days are waiting ahead of us as the Country slowly opens back up.
On this episode, I talk with Don Most: an actor, director, performer, musician, and singer. Don’s charisma and natural comedic timing made him a beloved comedian that warmed the hearts of America – starting with the role of Ralph Malph from the television series Happy Days. Since then, he’s continued working toward perfecting his craft with directing, creating music, and finding new creative outlets in quarantine.
In this conversation, Don talks about his journey to Happy Days and how truly different he is personally from the character he played. He also shares about how broke casting stereotypes, his decades long friendships with his Happy Days cast mates like Ron Howard, how he fell in love with music, and what it was like for him to transition from acting to directing.
Tune in to hear more about Don’s journey and how to stay creative in these times.
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