Actor Sebastian Maniscalco Talks “Green Book” & More w/Rich Eisen

 

Sebastian talks about his parents always being negative and critical of him, shooting a new Scorsese movie with Robert De Niro, and his family trip to Italy.

Sebastian Maniscalco talks about class clowns, old friends, and if he thinks he’s funny.

 

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Sitting down with one of the biggest stand up comedy acts in the world, Sebastian Maniscalco.

People magazine calls Sebastian Maniscalco “the comedian’s comedian,” but he describes himself simply as an “opinionated observer.”

“I was not the class clown. I was the guy in the back looking at the class clown saying, ‘Just sit down. It’s not funny.’ But, yeah, I’ve always been kind of reserved and just the observer,” he told “CBS This Morning” on Wednesday, describing himself as “a shy guy growing up.”

Maniscalco delivers his unique take at sold-out shows on subjects like the absurdity of modern technology and his own Italian-American family. Maniscalco said the “shared experience” of the family is what makes his routines resonate among audiences.

Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco grew up in a household full of quality Italian food, and now he’s sharing some of his favorite recipes in his memoir “Stay Hungry.” He joins Megyn Kelly TODAY to whip up some of those eats, including stuffed Italian meatballs, delicious meatball burgers and tacos.

Sebastian Maniscalco on What was it like being a house guest of J.J. Watt?

Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco tells Seth about his embarrassing experiences at the Toronto International Film Festival, the trials of parenting and his dad’s unsolicited comedy advice.

You can buy Sebastian’s book “Stay Hungry” on Amazon now. It will also be available in paperback starting September 17. And you can see Sebastian live when he launches the second leg of his “Stay Hungry” tour at the Greek Theater next Saturday, September 8. The show starts at 8 p.m. tickets are on sale now at Sebastianlive.com. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning, News, Thursday, August 30, 2018.