J Leigh Nelson

J Leigh Nelson

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Alfresco article

May 4, 2017

My second article on Acorn TV is about Fry and Laurie in Alfresco. Read it here.


Acorn blog posts

April 5, 2017

I have started blogging for Acorn TV. My first article is a Q&A with Amy Huberman. Read it here.

Recent Anglonerd Q&As

March 25, 2016

I recently did a couple interviews for Anglonerd.com, which I am pretty proud of. One is with Ben Moor, who is such an amazing writer I can’t even go into it here because I won’t be able to stop. He really took the time to answer my questions in depth, which was nice. The other was with Sam Leifer, who wrote the TV show Plebs, and he was thankfully very specific with his anecdotes, which is what I always want but almost never get. Anyway, give them a read.

Ben Moor Q&A

Sam Leifer Q&A

New Monthly Column

March 17, 2016

I have a new monthly column on BritMovieTours.com. So far, I have written about Downton Abbey castles and a talking mongoose.

Derek on Religion article

May 19, 2014

This is an article I wrote for TVMix.com (I did not title it). Read it here.

If you follow comedian Ricky Gervais on Twitter, whose show Derek airs in the UK and returns to the US on May 30th, you know that when he doesn’t have a project to plug, it’s all animals, bath selfies and jokes about God.

This is an article I wrote for TVMix.com (I did not title it). Read it here.

This is an article I wrote for TVMix.com. Read it here!

Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), our quintessential American action hero, returns Monday night in the new twelve-part series, 24: Live Another Day. This time, on the run from his own country, Bauer has relocated to England, home of another unstoppable action hero with the initials JB.

This is an article I wrote for TVMix.com. Read it here!

Jack Bauer vs James Bond

May 12, 2014

Read the full review on Anglonerd.

It’s Not Me, It’s You!: Impossible Perfectionist Seeks Very Very Very Tidy Woman is comedian Jon Richardson’s look inside the life of someone with OCD tendencies, specifically, Jon Richardson. The entire 300-page book takes place over just a couple of days, spending a chapter on waking up, a chapter on getting dressed, a chapter on eating breakfast, etc., in order to truly get an understanding of what it’s like to be Jon Richardson. Each day is meticulously scheduled out in a list, including “Wake up,” which immediately gets crossed off each morning. The items on the breakfast table must be patterned out so that there is a sense of balance. He will often have to return home partway through a journey to make sure that he did in fact lock the door. (He now has a memory device where he says something memorable each time he locks up, such as “Jon is locking the car door. Boobs.” Sometimes he is overheard by strangers.)

Read the full review on Anglonerd.

Book Review: It’s Not Me, It’s You!

May 10, 2014