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The Truth About Dax Shepard And Monica Padman's Relationship

Every effective team has people with different skillsets. And while Dax Shepard and Monica Padman couldn't seem more different in about every way, the truth is their differences make them the #dynamicduo for the highly popular "Armchair Expert" podcast. At one point, Padman was an up-and-coming actress, and a successful...
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Dax Shepard Remembers the Conan O'Brien Interview That Got Him Banned From the Show

An addiction journey is rarely ever a straight line, but there is a power in sharing the moments where that journey curves in a difficult direction. In a new interview on the podcast The Pursuit of Healthiness, Dax Shepard opens up about a moment that he says was "the only career wreckage-y thing" he did. The moment in question is a 2004 interview on Conan, where the actor and comedian is so inebriated that he falls over, barely able to string together a comprehensible sentence.
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Dax Shepard reflects on disastrous interview that got him banned from Late Night with Conan O’Brien

Dax Shepard has opened up about the infamous interview that resulted in him being “banned” from Late Night with Conan O’Brien. The Parenthood actor and comedian made headlines in 2004 when he gave an interview on the O’Brien’s talk show. Speaking about the interview – which he now described as “career wreckage-y” – Shepard revealed that he had been “blackout drunk” during the Conan pre-interview, in which producers set up anecdotes and clarified talking points for the host. He went on to reveal that he had to be woken up by hotel security just 20 minutes before the taping.Shepard...
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Dax Shepard recalls getting banned from Late Night with Conan O'Brien after his drunken 2004 appearance

Shepard recalled being "blackout" drunk when he did the pre-interview for his first Late Night appearance. "I show up on the show, I don't know what he's talking about," he said on Blake Griffin's The Pursuit of Healthiness podcast. "I can tell he's queuing me up for stories I've told, but I don't know any of the stories. So, I'm just doing what I can to be funny out there and I am a mess." Shepard, who returned to the show in 2006 and 2008, added: "So I was banned from that show for some years, until I got sober and I got myself back on it and now I’ve been on it a bazillion times."
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Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard, Alia Shawkat, Tim Meadows & More Join AMC’s ‘Ultra City Smiths’ from Stoopid Buddy

AMC Networks today announced the second round of voice casting for its new half-hour, stop-motion, animated baby doll series, Ultra City Smiths, created by Steve Conrad (Patriot, Perpetual Grace), who serves as showrunner, and Stoopid Buddy Stoodios (Robot Chicken, Crossing Swords). The first two episodes of the series will premiere on AMC+ on Thursday, July 22, with subsequent episodes dropping weekly, every Thursday. The six-episode first season will air on AMC this fall.
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The Queen Reportedly Had A LOT Of Feelings About Harry's Interview With Dax Shepard

Despite the fallout with his brother and father, Prince Harry has remained close to his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth. As he revealed in a March 2021 interview with Oprah Winfrey, he and Meghan Markle often call her to check in and are on good terms with the matriarch following 2020’s “Megxit.” Unfortunately, drama within the royal family keeps on stacking up, and even the Queen is reportedly isn’t thrilled with her grandson’s latest media appearance. The Queen's reported reaction to Prince Harry's Armchair Expert interview with Dax Shepard was not ideal.
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Dax Shepard Opens Up About Sobriety And Why He Was Banned From Conan O'Brien

The following article contains mentions of addiction. Dax Shepard has been honest with fans about his journey to sobriety, admitting in September 2020 that he had relapsed during the pandemic lockdown. And in a May 2021 episode of "The Pursuit of Healthiness with Blake Griffin," the actor spoke about the concept of hitting rock bottom. "We do have this notion of a bottom, but (for) most of the recovering addicts I know, there's multiple, multiple bottoms," Shepard told the podcast host.
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Kristen Bell Appears In Leaked Cozy Photos With Hunky Benjamin Levy Aguilar After This Brutally Honest Comment About Her Relationship With Dax Shepard

Kristen Bell has been spotted out for a hike in Los Angeles with her new co-star, Benjamin Levy Aguilar, and the leaked friendly photos have tongues wagging. Bell and Levy Aguilar have recently begun working on an upcoming mini-series, The Woman in the House, and it appears the two actors have been getting to know each other out of hours as they were seen last week having lunch in the same park.
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Dax Shepard Remembers the Conan O'Brien Interview That Got Him Banned From the Show

An addiction journey is rarely ever a straight line, but there is a power in sharing the moments where that journey curves in a difficult direction. In a new interview on the podcast The Pursuit of Healthiness, Dax Shepard opens up about a moment that he says was "the only career wreckage-y thing" he did. The moment in question is a 2004 interview on Conan, where the actor and comedian is so inebriated that he falls over, barely able to string together a comprehensible sentence.
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Dax Shepard recalls 'career-wreckage' interview with Conan O'Brien that got him banned from show

Dax Shepard opened up about a major "rock-bottom" moment in his struggle with addiction during a new podcast interview. Speaking to Blake Griffin on the NBA star's Audible podcast The Pursuit of Healthiness, Shepard recalled an inebriated 2004 interview on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. He said the appearance, which temporarily got him banned from the show, was "the only career wreckage-y thing I did."
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Dax Shepard recalls infamous Conan O’Brien interview

Dax Shepard admits his disastrous 2004 “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” at the height of his addiction battle was “career wreckage-y.”. The comic says he conducted the “Conan” pre-interview — where producers set up anecdotes and talking points for the host — while “blackout drunk” and was awakened by hotel security just 20 minutes before the taping.