LOS ANGELES, CA – Ronnie Gene Blevins (Tulsa King, Emancipation, True Detective) has teamed up with Brendan Reynolds to launch “Love That Guy!” a new podcast show that celebrates the journeymen actors. The ones that are seen on film and television that make us say, “Hey… Love That Guy!”
The series launched with episode 1 in February of 2023, with Ronnie and Brendan sitting down to talk with star Steven Ogg (The Walking Dead, Emancipation, Westworld, Snowpiercer). In March, episode 2 aired with star Timothy V. Murphy (Sons of Anarchy, Criminal Minds), Episode 3 aired with star Pat Healy (Better Call Saul, Station 19), and Episode 4 aired with star Theo Rossi (Sons of Anarchy, Luke Cage).
The “Love That Guy” podcast series will air every other Friday at midnight Pacific Standard Time. Upcoming guests in the next two weeks include Nick Stahl (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Fear the Walking Dead, Let the Right One In) and C. Thomas Howell (SEAL Team, The Walking Dead, Southland, The Outsiders). Airing on Apple Podcasts and most other podcast platforms: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/love-that-guy/id1672554618
Ronnie Gene Blevins starred in “Death in Texas” with Bruce Dern, “The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It,” directed by Michael Chaves, and “Joe” alongside Nicolas Cage, directed by David Gordan Green. Other notable film credits include “Dog” alongside Channing Tatum, “Father Stu” with Mark Wahlberg, “Batman: The Dark Knight Rises,” “Death Wish,” with Bruce Willis, “The Wave,” with Justin Long, “Seven Psychopaths,” and “Within.” On the small screen, Ronnie has appeared in “True Detective,” “Westworld,” “Twin Peaks,” “Shameless,” “The Kingdom,” “Agents of Shield,” and “Murder in the First,” among others. He is in the upcoming “Lady in the Lake” television mini-series as Officer Bosco. He’s represented by agent Sarabeth Schedeen of BRS / Gage Talent Agency, manager Carissa Stewart of GSA Entertainment, and Michele De La Riva of Innovative Artists, with publicity and branding by Wendy Shepherd of Studio Matrix.
Brendan Reynolds grew up in Northern Minnesota, and graduated from the University of MN where he focused in Cinema Studies. Brendan continued his filmmaking career in Chicago, earning a Master of Arts Degree from Columbia College Chicago in 2010. Brendan and his family currently reside in Los Angeles, CA, where he works as a Regional Manager for METALLICA’s American Whiskey brand, BLACKENED.