Pat Kilbane

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Interview with First Order Historians

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIf you want a little more insight into the workings of my brain, here is a fun interview I did with Ryan Meehan of Below is an excerpt:

RM: What’s the most crucial aspect of nailing down a great impression? Does it depend on the figure that you are trying to impersonate?

PK: Yeah, it does depend, but I usually start with how they hold their face. If there’s something strange they do with their lips or jaw, doing that will get you a long way towards having the impression. Also, not to get too technical, people from different cultures speak from different parts of their mouths. French people speak from the front, Scottish from the back, American and German from the middle. Getting that helps a lot too.

Thanks, Ryan! It was fun!

Mad TV Cast Reunion

Mad TV Cast at Comikaze ExpoBack row: Michael McDonald, Pat Kilbane, Greg O’Connor (Mad TV composer) and Will Sasso  Middle Row: Mo Collins, Nicole Sullivan, Alex Borstein, Srephanie Weir and Andrew Bowen  Front Row: Debra Wilson and Phil Lamarr

Some fellow Mad TV alums and I gathered on November 1st to do a reunion panel at the Comikaze Expo in downtown Los Angeles.  It was an amazing feeling to be around all of those funny people again, and I’m grateful to organizer Holly Payne for making it happen.  Not pictured is castmate Craig Anton who was also there – he moderated the panel.

If you look at the *ahem* vintage cast photo below, you’ll see that we had almost the entire Season 4 cast present at the Expo.

Mad TV Season 4 Cast

Aliens: The Sitcom

Hosts is  a  parody of the Alien franchise and a satire of showbusiness in general.  We originally did it as part of a pilot for, but they allowed us to air it on our YouTube channel Dorks of Yore.  It was a long, tough day of shooting, with us four actors contorted behind the walls with our heads sticking out above false bodies.  I’m putting together a behind-the-scenes video of it now.

We had a mini-viral event with its release in October, and got coverage from Huffington Post and The Hollywood Reporter, along with a number of respected science-fiction sites.  Here’s my favorite review.