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Andy Richter Gets A "Walking Dead" Makeover | CONAN on TBS

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Andy Richter Admits He Will 'Certainly' Team up With Conan O'Brien Again (Exclusive)

In just a few short months, June will mark one year since Conan O'Brien's late-night talk show Conan ended on TBS. But while the show is still very much alive though thanks to social media reviving clips across its platforms and the official YouTube remaining updated with throwbacks uploaded almost daily, comedian and long-time announcer Andy Richter told PopCulture.com exclusively that not only does he miss doing the show, but he will "certainly" team up with O'Brien in the near future — though nothing has been cemented just yet.
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Andy Richter Talks Becoming Caesar for 'Role of a Lifetime' With Super Bowl Ad (Exclusive)

When it comes to the Super Bowl, the game might be a lot of fun but the ads playing between the four quarters is an experience we have all come to love. With numerous companies taking top spots during the NFL showdown between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals, 2022 will see the return of Avocados From Mexico with a commercial in the first quarter starring comedian Andy Richter taking on the "role of a lifetime" as Caesar. Taking audiences back to Ancient Rome with Richter as the former Roman general Julius Caesar, the former late-night announcer tells PopCulture.com exclusively it was something he never imagined coming to fruition.
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Andy Richter Finds The Confidence To Be Caesar In The Teaser For Avocados From Mexico’s SB Ad

Et tu, Andy? Andy Richter works up the courage to play Julius Caesar in a new teaser for Avocados from Mexico’s upcoming Super Bowl commercial. They say, if the gold-leaf crown fits…In a new teaser for Avocados from Mexico, comedian Andy Richter, 55, convinces himself he’s right for the role of a lifetime: Julius Caesar. The ad, set to play in the first quarter, will be Avocados from Mexico’s seventh showing at America’s biggest game. In the short, silly ad, Andy gives himself a pep talk on-set and enjoys some guacamole while he’s at it.
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Andy Richter Lands The ‘Role Of A Lifetime’ In A New Super Bowl Ad For Mexican Avocados

There are some things that are just naturally associated with the Super Bowl: commercials, random surprise celebrity cameos, and chips and dip. Also sports, supposedly, but are people really watching for that? Andy Richter has perfectly encapsulated all three of those elements, as he stars in a new Super Bowl ad for Avocados From Mexico.
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‘Celebrity Wheel of Fortune’: Maggie Sajak Catches Up with Andy Richter, Vanilla Ice, and Caroline Rhea Postgame

On Monday afternoon, Wheel of Fortune posted a video of host Pat Sajak’s daughter having postgame chats with three celebrities that took part in the game show recently. In a segment titled “Celebrity Spin with Maggie Sajak,” she interviewed celebrities Andy Richter, Vanilla Ice, and Caroline Rhea. Richter is best known as Conan O’Brien’s late-night talk show sidekick. He spoke to Maggie about how he prepared to be a contestant on Celebrity Wheel of Fortune.
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Andy Richter Shared A Text From His Sister Detailing How Engaging And Kind Norm MacDonald Was To Her Years Ago

Norm Macdonald loved to make people uncomfortable. He enjoyed awkward silences, winding people up, repeating the same weird jokes, creating chaos. But he was also a softie. That’s the Norm Macdonald that comes across in untold anecdotes shared since his passing on Tuesday. Even some of the many clips dropped on social media attest to this. That Bob Saget roast segment he did? It ends with him getting serious and sincerely praising his good friend.
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Andy Richter Reveals 'Different Concept' Behind 'Crazy Funny' Audible Original (Exclusive)

One look at the bestsellers list in the past few years and it’s no secret we’re in the midst of a celebrity boom with our favorite stars spilling candid details about their life in memoirs and biographies. From the likes of former First Lady Michelle Obama to Priyanka Chopra, at best, these heartfelt diaries provide a unique way of getting to know the “real person” behind the public persona. But that’s not the case for comedian and actor Andy Richter, whose Audible Original Recording Audiobook, The Incredibly Inaccurate Biography of Andy Richter, is totally and tonally wrong.
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Andy Richter on whether he'll be part of Conan O'Brien's HBO Max show: "I don't know"

Richter discussed his 19 years as Conan's sidekick -- 7 years on Late Night and 12 years on The Tonight Show and Conan -- in an interview with The New York Times. In addition to discussing his role, Richter was also asked about whether he'll join Conan on his future HBO Max endeavor. "I don’t know," says Richter. "It’s very much up in the air and I don’t know how much I can say about that. But I can say there’s been a difference of opinion about what the next thing will be. Just as a kindness, Conan has said to people, I don’t know. He’s not making promises he can’t keep. I’m auditioning and it’s freeing up my schedule. So it’ll give me more opportunity to do some stuff. I mean, if there’s still an Andy Richter market out there. For the most part, I am calm about it. Because I have enough people that tell me I’ll be fine and I choose to believe them. Definitely, there’s part of me that’s like, oh no, what if on tomorrow’s showbiz menu there’s an Andy Richter and everyone goes, ehhh, I’ll have the fish?" Richter will still be connected to Conan O'Brien via the Team Coco-produced podcast The Three Questions with Andy Richter, which he began hosting two years ago. Richter was also asked if being a late-night sidekick was the perfect role for him. "It all makes sense when you look back at it," says Richter. "I was the morale keeper, the kid in the family that made sure everybody was OK and kept the mood light when things were tough. Then I got into improv where it’s not about you — you share the experience and everybody pitches in and no one’s more important than anyone else. Then I got on this show where I was surrendering myself to the situation. And being there if needed. It suits me in many ways. I’ve lived a reactive life. But that’s not the way to make things happen. I’m now at a point where I’m like, maybe that’s just who I am. My ambition will be looking for situations in which to do my part. Not necessarily to grab the world by the throat and scream my name into its face. But that being said, I’m older, I’m calmer. If I were to move off-camera and just start telling stories and making TV shows, I think I’d be OK with that. I wouldn’t have to worry about how I look. I wouldn’t have to worry about getting old. I wouldn’t have to worry about this double chin. That’s an ongoing process, my tortured relationship with the notion of my own authorship. Me as an auteur is something that I’ve always thought, I should do that. It’s like the elliptical gathering dust out in my garage. Yeah, I should do that."
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