Spiritual Healing through Laughter with Dr. Jeffrey Gurian
41:51 · 2019
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What a wonderful surprise discussing comedy, mental health, spiritual healing, and happiness with the lovely Jeffrey Gurian. Joining us from New York, Jeffrey takes us on a journey through his eclectic career and why laughter has played such an important role in his life.
Jeffrey Gurian is a comedy writer, performer, director, author, producer, doctor and Healer. He’s written material for comedy legends such as Rodney Dangerfield, Joan Rivers, George Wallace, Phil Hartman, Richard Belzer, and Andrew “Dice” Clay.
Jeffrey has performed stand-up at all the big clubs in NYC and L.A. and was featured several times on Comedy Central’s hit Kroll Show with Nick Kroll, John Mulaney, Amy Poehler, Seth Rogen, Laura Dern and Katy Perry. He was in the viral “Too Much Tuna” sketch, was the very first person to be pranked with “Too Much Tuna”, and was also a regular on-air personality on Sirius XM’s Bennington Show, where he brought on special guests/friends like Russell Peters, Trevor Noah, Colin Quinn, Artie Lange, Susie Essman and Lisa Lampanelli.
For the last five years he’s written a weekly column covering the comedy
scene for The Interrobang called “Jumping Around With Jeffrey Gurian”,
and has also written for MTV, National Lampoon, Weekly World News and
many Friars Roasts.
In 1999 he launched Comedy Matters, a celeb-based online entertainment column that has evolved into Comedy Matters TV, an internet TV channel with over 500 A-list celebrity interviews and well over 1.9 million views. He’s produced shows starring Kevin Hart and Susie Essman, and according to Paul Provenza, and Nick Kroll is known by everyone in comedy.
This is his 6th book and it recently hit Best Seller status on Amazon. His 5th book on Happiness, “Healing Your Heart, By Changing Your Mind - A Spiritual and Humorous Approach To Achieving Happiness” also reached Best Seller status on Amazon. Visit his website at http://www.comedymatterstv.com.