Hollywood F***ing Legend - Not Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy or Liam Neeson, but an interview with ac

Updated: Jun 25, 2021



If you're a fan of Hollywood and are interested in learning how the experiences of film and television translate into the corporate world, check this out ...


Listen to Episode 12, for what was a f***ing great interview with actor and improvisor Peter Strand Rumpel, our long time friend and collaborator who has worked with us in our Forum Theatre for Business Programs since the beginning. Peter has also appeared in many TV Shows including Wynonna Earp, Tin Star and Hell on Wheels and Hollywood blockbusters including The Revenant with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy and Cold Pursuit with Liam Neeson. Peter talks about his experiences in acting and also the lessons the corporate world can learn from TV and Film.


Peter’s Biography, Movie Credits & Demo Reel on IMDB

Peter’s film recommendations: Babette’s Feast | The Quiet Man | The Straight Story | The Revenant

Peter’s book recommendation - Screen Acting Trade Secrets: How to Succeed in Hollywood Without Really Acting by Peter Skagen




Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/i-need-to-f-ing-talk-to-you/id1544489685


Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4pD1oXdOmYG1TwvfMoTWKF


About the Podcast: Do you want to f***ing improve individual and team performance in your workplace? Do you think mediocrity f***ing sucks and you shouldn't have to put up with it? Do you aim to be more than a good boss and aspire to be a great leader?Then join Ken and Russell for thoughtful and at times f***ing irreverent conversation on the topics of leadership and organizational culture.


If you enjoyed the podcast, why not check out my new book, written with Ken Cameron.


You can now order copies of our book here.

"Sometimes conversations suck, but you need to have them, and this book lays out how. Russell and Ken have put together and road-tested simple, up-front, and thoughtful approaches to awkward and difficult workplace conversations."

Andrew Phung, CBC's Kim's Convenience

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