TV 101-The Mortified Sessions

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Ever wanted to know about what your favorite celebrities were like before they became famous?  The Mortified Sessions will have all the answers to your questions.  Host David Nadelberg sits down with a diverse group of celebrities as he talks to them about their childhood and awkward stages in life in a very hysterical manner.

If you have not had the chance to catch an episode of the show, here are several memorable moments that have been featured on The Mortified Sessions:

Eric Stonestreet’s “Look What the Clown Gave Me”

Before he was an Emmy-winning actor, Modern Family’s Eric Stonestreet was a clown at an Earth Day celebration.   He handed a pair of Hispanic kids two stickers because he ran out of balloons.   Click here to find out to watch the end of the story:

Ed Helms’ Struggle to Be Cool in School

The Office’s Ed Helms had a problem when he was growing-up.  Like a lot of people, he struggled to be cool in while attending the same school since pre-kindergarten.  Find out what made him uncool in school, click here:

Mo’Nique’s Sundance Experience

Right after the release of Precious, Academy Award winner Mo’Nique visited the famous Utah film festival where she met a diverse group of fans that showered her with kindness.  But the biggest act of kindness was something she found on the bottom of the dance floor.   Click here to find out what it was:

Will Forte’s I Kissed A Bear

When he was younger, comedian Will Forte, created adventures with stuffed animals.  However, when he started sixth grade he started to use them for kissing practice.   Click here to learn more about Forte’s kissing experiments:

Jennifer Grey’s Bizarre Childhood

Actress and Dancing with the Stars champion Jennifer Grey shared several intimate moments when she sat down for an interview with David.  Several moments included her admission of being a bizarre child.   Click here to watch more of this story.

This season, the show will sit down stars including Bryan Cranston and Community’s Danny Pudi.  New shows will air every Monday at 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central on the Sundance Channel.  

To learn more about the show, click on their official Sundance Website:

I do not own these clips.  They are properties of the Sundance Channel.


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