Chelsea Peretti was most recently a writer on NBC’s Emmy-nominated “Parks and Recreation.” She wrote for “The Sarah Silverman Program” as well as various other shows, including the “MTV Movie Awards” and Nick Kroll’s forthcoming sketch show for Comedy Central, “Kroll Show”.
One of Variety’s top 10 comics to watch in 2010, Chelsea’s half hour “Comedy Central Presents” aired in 2011. She has recently been seen opposite Louis CK on his hit show “Louie,” on “Tosh.0″ , on “Kathy,” on “The Sarah Silverman Program,” on “Last Call with Carson Daly,” and as a correspondent for “Lopez Tonight.” She is a regular on Tru TV’s “The Smoking Gun Presents”. Her voice can be heard in Grand Theft Auto IV and in Adult Swim’s “China, IL.” Chelsea also recently appeared on “The Burn” for Comedy Central.
Original comedic web projects include the highly-trafficked website BlackPeopleLoveUs.com, the New York City Rejection Line, and her “Making Friends” and “All My Exes” web series. She is also actively followed on Twitter as @chelseavperetti.
After a lengthy hiatus, a bumbling technical shitstorm kicks off what may be the rockiest start to a podcast in American history. This results in an extremely candid feel, which will be magical for the diehard fan only (fans of the movie Diehard). Please enjoy a rare peek into the taxing CCP podcast pre-production process as well as a helpful soundscape for understanding sound engineer Dustin Marshall.
This is the first time he has generously agreed to not edit out all the technical problems from an episode. Rustic. Intimate. Flawed. These are words that come to mind when contemplating this opening. Authentic. Real. Frustrating. Real frustrating. More descriptors for this electric opening segment. The rest of the podcast will appeal to listeners who have anxiety around spelling their name out on the phone to healthcare professionals, collections agencies, etc, when trying to think of words for each letter. Lots of discussion of food quality, mental and physical health, diseases, the apocalypse, Cher, etc.
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