Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star

☆ Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star Ç Fred Stoller - Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star, Maybe We ll Have You Back The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star Fred Stoller has played the annoying schnook in just about every sitcom you ve seen on TV Friends Everybody Loves Raymond Scrubs Hannah Montana My Name Is Earl and was even a staff writer for Sein ☆ Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star Ç Fred Stoller - Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star, Maybe We ll Have You Back The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star Fred Stoller has played the annoying schnook in just about every sitcom you ve seen on TV Friends Everybody Loves Raymond Scrubs Hannah Montana My Name Is Earl and was even a staff writer for Sein

  • Title: Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star
  • Author: Fred Stoller
  • ISBN: 9781620877067
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Hardcover
Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star

☆ Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star Ç Fred Stoller, Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star, Fred Stoller, Maybe We ll Have You Back The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star Fred Stoller has played the annoying schnook in just about every sitcom you ve seen on TV Friends Everybody Loves Raymond Scrubs Hannah Montana My Name Is Earl and was even a staff writer for Seinfeld but he s never found a solid gig When it comes to Hollywood it s a case of always the bridesmaid and never the bride except in ☆ Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star Ç Fred Stoller - Maybe We'll Have You Back: The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star, Maybe We ll Have You Back The Life of a Perennial TV Guest Star Fred Stoller has played the annoying schnook in just about every sitcom you ve seen on TV Friends Everybody Loves Raymond Scrubs Hannah Montana My Name Is Earl and was even a staff writer for Sein

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  • Read This Review More Like It At Ageless Pages ReviewsPoor Fred Stoller Or maybe not I almost never pick up biographies, but my husband loves comedians I saw this one on edelweiss and read the summary to see if it was something I might want to recommend to him The preview chapter was super readable and really funny In a depressing, 50 years old and never made it , kind of way So I took down the name and moved on.A week later, I kept coming back to the thought of Matt LeBlanc at the height of his [...]


  • Wonderful inside look at the life of a TV guest star There are plenty chuckles and a few laugh out louds in this memoir by Fred Stoller, who we ve all seen or heard on shows like Friends, Seinfeld, King of Queens, Everyone Loves Raymond, The Nanny and many, many The life of a guest star can be lonely, like being the new kid at school over and over and over again.This should be required reading for anyone with stars in their eyes, hoping against hope to become the next big Hollywood success stor [...]


  • Fred Stoller rocks Was nice reading about his experiences on the Sitcoms he appeared in but the book got repetitive and tedious making the second half of the book difficult to get through.


  • I loved this book Fred Stoller is a name you might not recognize but he s the guy you ve seen on many popular sitcoms and yell I know that guy when you see him His unique take on agents, auditions, stars of sitcoms you know and love Drew Carey, Matt LeBlanc etc are so dishy I couldn t put the book down This is a must read for anyone planning a life in Hollywood who has a desire to act But even if you re not planning a life in Hollywood, you ll love this book.Fred s stories of his non supportive [...]


  • I was a little too hard on Fred Stoller s Kindle MY SEINFELD YEAR, which I think I wanted to be something and other than what it was, but I really like Stoller s literary and comic voice, and I really enjoyed MAYBE WE LL HAVE YOU BACK It s a fascinating glimpse into the way television works from the perspective of a perpetual day player and guest star This is a light, engaging and highly recommended read it s sort of the literary equivalent of The A.V Club s Random Roles, in book form.


  • Fantastic read about show business Fred is a super funny stand up comedian and his outstanding humor is reflected in his book Couldn t put it down.


  • The Thrillseeker himself, Fred Stoller tells all, or well, maybe not so much, or maybe too much, wellThis was a great memoir insofar as it is not from a huge celebrity, but lives on the fringes, and has been in countless shows that we all know and love, but isn t a power player He has made a living doing what he loves, one would hope, and decided to tell us all about it Throughout this book, his persona shines through, or peeks out as it were, and it is at times fascinating, funny, moving, and a [...]


  • I remember first seeing Fred Stoller on Comedy Central doing stand up in the 90 s I thought he was hilarious and I would see him guest starring on shows and wonder why he had never done anything big I think I assumed he was still doing stand up On twitter he was offering autographed copies of his book for twenty bucks so I went ahead and got one I m glad I did I read this in a day, and basically couldn t put it down It made me laugh out loud, chuckle and actually get misty eyed a little bit You [...]



  • Actor comedian Stoller expands upon his Kindle single My Seinfeld Year to cover his entire career as a perennial guest star To recap my review of the previous eBook which serves here as the Seinfeld chapters , I ve pasted that review Fred Stoller strikes me as one of those actor you don t know by name You see his face, or hear his voice, though, and you snap your fingers and say, Yeah, that guy I remember him mainly through Everybody Loves Raymond as the cousin who gets Robert sucked into that h [...]


  • Never will there be another nonfiction book that has such an extensive section about Vinnie Bobby, one of a few pretty much nothing spinoffs of Married with Children Fred Stoller s terrific, self deprecating book about his career as a TV guest star and short lived Seinfeld writer gives than Matt LeBlanc would probably want anyone to know about that show, but considering that he s lampooning himself on the Showtime series Episodes, he probably wouldn t mind it as much as he likely did back then [...]


  • Fred Stoller is certainly not a name you will know, but if you ve watched just about any TV comedy in the past 20 years, you ve probably seen him.Stoller is a TV guest star, or as he puts it, a perennial TV guest star He s a professional sad sack, with a nasal voice, scrawny physique and a perpetually put upon air He s also very funny but somehow not funny enough, or appealing enough, to become a series regular However, Stoller has made a living as a guest star, usually just once, on ready for t [...]


  • I bet if I say the name Fred Stoller, you won t know who I m talking about But if you see his picture, you can probably bring to mind a guest role of his In fact, you can probably even hear his whiny, nasally voice pretty much his trademark Fred Stoller is pretty much the ultimate Hey, It s That Guy He s had guest roles on Seinfeld, Friends, Everybody Loves Raymond, Scrubs, and many other series But he s never really broken out of that guest role hoping each time that he ll be invited back.I lov [...]


  • I m not typically interested in celebrity insider books or really celebrity memoirs in general, but they are also not typically written by Fred Stoller So, like probably thousands of people, I knew who Fred Stoller was before I ever knew his name was Fred Stoller As a child of the 90s, I was exposed to him countless times in everything from Dumb and Dumber to Friends to Seinfeld and countless other shows He was just one of those guys, always popping up in everything, who was always funny Late la [...]


  • An at times funny look at life as a constant guest star, this book gets repetitive at points, and the sad sackiness of the author is so overwhelming that it must just be part of the schtick right Weirdly, Mr Stoller does not read the audiobook himself not sure if that would be an improvement or not, but boy was this narrator whiny All that having been said, there were some genuinely funny bits and I appreciated hearing bits of gossip about everyone s favorite 90s sitcoms sorry, kids, if you were [...]


  • I love anything connected to Everybody Loves Raymond This is a humorous memoir by the character actor who plays Cousin Gerard Stoller s made a career by playing the annoying, moronic, pathetic character role He seems to be a nice guy in real life He tells of his showbiz experience through a self deprecating lens, it made me laugh out loud Also he comes across as so happy whenever he s on a set, even if he only has one line and has to use the same bathroom as the studio audience, he s just happy [...]


  • While the book does get a bit here s what happened at this show I enjoyed it Stoller never seems to sugar coat anything and manages to allow himself to envy what others have, while keeping his head in the right place More than the behind the scenes stories, I enjoyed his perspective I would have liked of that in the book I ve heard him on podcasts and enjoyed his thoughts on things other than playing the annoying fill in the blank I would like to think this book may spur him onto writing anothe [...]


  • A quick, pleasant read about Fred s life as a comedian, guest star, and writer The interchanges with his mom are at times in Sh t my Dad Says territory She cares, but WOW People comment on how pathetic he is, but he s living his dream, that s not pathetic at all Then again, I find people s funny memoirs infinitely sad Also Esther Rolle sounds like she was an awesome, grounded person.


  • Sweet book about the agony of Hollywood Fred is a famous character actor, but it s amazing because he is an introvert with neurotic OCD I like hearing about his life I like him I feel sad about the petty meanness he has to endure as an actor I really hate Kathy Griffin now that I know she is a real jerk Fran Drescher is awesome, as is Kevin James and Seinfeld Overall, interesting reading.


  • This book is too real Too real Fred Stoller is someone whose dreams exceed his talent and he doesn t have a real narrative arc to tell He also only has some good stories and some weak stories Re narrative arc, there s a lot of foresahdowing and dreading But it s really just the same story after another, which is the real story I think ultimately he needed to cute the unfunny anecdots or develop a better narrative or both.


  • I ended up liking this book than I d thought I would, once Fred got out of NYC and started working in L A Basically, he had a truly bad run of luck at getting hired as a regular cast member on series after series, even though he got along with his co workers and bosses pretty much Still, he just kept on trying and now he s known by sight among American viewers from his many roles anyway He s good at expressing frustration without any self pity Recommended.


  • There s some decent insider information in this book especially the ins and outs and frustrations of castings Best anecdote is when the character actor goes out for a part in which the sides call for a Fred Stoller type and he doesn t get the role I was most engaged when the author talks about his personal loneliness and isolation in Los Angeles but his season as a writer on Seinfeld gives insight into the process of a legendary writing duo David and Seinfeld.


  • Stoller is a stand up comedian and professional guest star on television shows, mostly comedies I ve seen him once, but then I don t watch a lot of television He retells his life story, from his difficult family in Brooklyn to his attempts to get his own show There are some fairly notable celebrities in his life, mostly comedians He does tell an ugly little story about his unsuccessful few dates with a noted woman performer.


  • A really interesting career, thoroughly explained But the book itself is surprisingly tamped down not in character as Fred Stoller tamped down, just restrained and sometimes tedious It also does not seem to have been edited For all that, though, there s something really fascinating to me about bouncing around multi camera sitcoms through the 90s like this.


  • Entertaining behind the scenes look at comedian and sitcom extra Fred Stoller, who, despite having numerous bit parts on probably every big name TV show since the 1990 s, has not made it to the big time with his own show or recurring role on another show Lots of celebrity tidbits and name dropping about stars of such shows as Night Court, Friends, Murphy Brown, Seinfeld, etc.


  • Interesting stuff from a different kind of stand up comedian whose stage persona perhaps is a bit too close to his own His insights into the TV industry especially the year he spent on the Seinfeld writing staff are entertaining, sad, and informative all at the same time I wanted stories about his standup days, but still had a good time reading about Fred s life.


  • Very FunnyFred Stoller made me laugh on every episode of Raymond, Friends and Seinfeld and I never realized just how many shows he had been a part of over the years Hearing his stories on these shows, funny or sad as they were, kept me wanting He deserves his own show just because of his past.


  • I really enjoyed this behinds the scenes look at TV, especially through the eyes of an actor that I ve always really liked You get to see glimpses of the real people behind the celebrity and how they are often times not what they seem.


  • An almost depressingly open and honest account of one man s career as a guest actor on sitcoms with an equally sad detour of his single season as a staff writer on Seinfeld this memoir could possibly put almost anyone off from dreams of being a television actor.


  • Fred Stoller is a funny guy, and he wrote a funny book But than that, it s a book about how being recognized doesn t necessarily make you famous, and being famous isn t necessarily the most important thing in life.


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