Join Paul and his guest, Las Vegas entertainer Michael Goudeau as they discuss Goudeau’s amazing career and his work with Penn & Teller and Lance Burton. The guys also tackle the brilliance of tacos, the ups and downs of a career in juggling, Penn’s Sunday School, monkey Tuesday, Goudeau’s failure to impress Ed Asner on The Tonight Show, how Goudeau saved Super Dave Osborne from almost certain peril, this week’s Best Thing in the World, and more.
About Michael Goudeau:
Goudeau is a professional juggler and current co-host of Penn’s Sunday School with Penn Jillette. He has been nominated for 10 prime time Emmy awards for his work as a writer and executive producer on Penn & Teller’s Bullshit! He juggled from July 1991 to September 2010 in the Lance Burton show, making Goudeau’s the longest running variety act in Las Vegas history. A graduate of Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Clown College in 1978, he toured with the circus until 1981. As a performer he has entertained audiences the world over, and has worked with a wide range of iconic entertainers including the Smothers Brothers, Terri Garr, and Lyle Lovett. Goudeau is a world record holder, appearing in the 2015 Guiness Book of World Records for taking 151 bites from three apples in one minute. He has written a book on making extreme pancakes, sells novelty barbeque covers, and once showed Bobby Flay how to prepare shark tacos.
Links mentioned in the show (or topics that deserved to have a link mentioned):
www.michaelgoudeau.com (Goudeau’s main site)
www.pennsundayschool.com (Penn’s Sunday School with Penn Jillette, Michael Goudeau, and Matt Donnelly)
www.thepancakeproject.com (Goudeau’s extreme pancake site)
www.bbqzoo.com (Goudeau’s BBQ Zoo site)
www.pauldeburger.com (Paul’s main business site)
www.lanceburton.com (Site for magician Lance Burton)