Episode 38

Actress Jenny Gabrielle (Only the Brave, Georgia O'Keefe, Festival in Cannes) is a history buff and a strong believer in science. But her heart is always in the arts, the one thing robots can't do better than humans. Jenny shares what life has offered her so far, including what it was like to have a Republican father who worked on top secret scientific projects, how she lost her voice and (almost) her passport on a Cannes shoot with Anouk Aimee, and why she's become so interested in Queen Elizabeth's poetic spies.



  1. Honor and respect science.
  2. Art is the one thing robots can't do better than us.
  3. Have gratitude for the things you have.


Jenny Gabrielle's IMdB page 

Only the Brave, coming out October 20 starring Josh Brolin, Jennifer Connelly, Jeff Bridges, Miles Teller

The Yarnell Fire & the 19 firefighters who sacrificed their lives

Why are fires getting more frequent

Jesse Steed, whose wife Desiree Steed is played by Jenny

Photographer Dorothy Norman in Lifetime's Georgia O'Keefe movie with Jeremy Irons, Joan Collins, and Ed!

Burbank / Las Tunas fire in the Los Angeles area

Deepwater Horizon, the movie

The recent earthquake near Fukushima

Mutually assured destruction - no one will bomb b/c they think everyone else will bomb them too

President Trump's UN speech (CNN) 

Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan

Acting coach Eric Morris, who wrote No Acting Please and many other books

Galway, Ireland

Matilda of Scotland, Rachelle's royal ancestor

Festival in Cannes directed by Henry Jaglom and starred Maximilian SchellAnouk Aimée


Emmys 2017

Nicole Kidman & Reese Witherspoon at the Emmys for Big Little Lies

Christopher "Kit" Marlowe in Tudor England

Queen Elizabeth's spies

Bill Maher

Chelsea Handler

Keep an eye out for Jenny Gabrielle's upcoming Lifetime movie, Be My Baby

Seneca in ancient Rome

Possible parallels between history and George R Martin's Game of Thrones

Balance vegan desserts with steak

Polonius "This above all - to thine own self be true/ And it must follow as the night the day/ Thou canst not then be false to any man." (Hamlet)


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