You'll recognize Colin Ferguson from his starring role on the hit SyFy show, Eureka. He's an amazing guy and has many keen insights on raising kids.
Mark Valley is a West Point grad, Army veteran, successful actor, and dad. You may know him from his numerous credits including Boston Legal, Pasadena, and CSI.
John Henson is best known for his multi-awarded stint as host, writer, and executive producer of E!’s Talk Soup. He is truly one of the funniest guests I've interviewed.
John Preston is a recording artist and full time firefighter, and was a Marine Corps Sergeant. He is a national advocate against PTSD and veteran suicide.
Greg Behrendt is a killer stand-up comic and the best selling author of the national phenomenon, He's Just Not That Into You, which became a movie of the same name.
Tom Everett Scott was born in East Bridgewater, Massachusetts. He is a proud father of two and talks openly about the joys and perils of raising kids today.
Michael Bunin's TV credits include Superstore, Modern Family, Mad Men, and My Boys. Yes, he has no children, but he gave us a great counterpoint to having kids.
Kira Soltanovich grew up in San Francisco during a time when there were bad neighborhoods, cheap coffee, and it wasn’t ironic to ride the cable cars.
Jonathan Mangum has been a series regular on The Wayne Brady Show (ABC) and The Drew Carey Show (ABC). He and his wife, Leah, live in Los Angeles and have two boys.
Matthew Senreich, along with his partner Seth Green, are the Emmy winning co-creators behind the wildly popular cult classic TV show, Robot Chicken.
These genius dads are my favorite single panel cartoonists since The Far Side. And as it turns out, they are some of my fave guests ever.
Andrea Savage has a hilarious new show that she created, wrote, and stars in called I'm Sorry. It's currently running on TruTv on Wednesday nights.