Gary Gulman’s journey from “The Great Depression” to Carnegie Hall

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Gulman’s has experienced a new 90-minute show “Born On 3rd Base”. He will perform at Carnegie as part of the New York Comedy Festival and has gone through a long journey. Gulman’s 2019 HBO special “The Great Depresh” tells about a depression he experienced that hospitalized him. He told CNN that this special program is not that heavy.

“It’s still autobiographical, but it’s more about my childhood, about free lunch, food stamps and benefits. I want to tell the story of how we treated poor children in the United States in an interesting way,” Gulman said. “There are also stories about income inequality and economic insecurity in the U.S. I have observed, and how it relates to my life.”

Gulman said that although the subject was serious, he said “probably the most interesting special show I have so far.”

Gulman wrote this set in the past 18 months, during which time he also wrote a memoir. Although he is not sure whether depression can be cured, he said he is much better now.

“I did a good job. I think one of the benefits of experiencing such a severe and widespread depression is that I am really clear. I would say to be alert to any signs that I need to adjust myself. The behavior is to avoid another game, “Gulman shared. “I exercise almost every day, I eat right, I go to see my therapist, I take medicine. I know very well what I need to do to ensure my emotional and mental health is maintained. I am grateful for that.”

Gullman said that his depression lasted shorter, but he recovered faster and was never as bad as he reported in the “Great Depression.”

Gulman can also be seen in the upcoming Any Schumer Hulu project “Life and Beth”. He said that he likes to play Schlomo, a caring Jew who loves him.

“I got a very interesting part and hang out with Amy and Michael [Rapaport] With the other comedians on the show, it’s really, very interesting,” he said. “The show is really interesting and the writing is very good. She is a very good actress, comedian and friend. ”

As for Carnegie Hall, Gulman called it a dream come true.

“I mean, look, this is Carnegie Hall,” he said. “My dream has never been so bold as to truly dream of performing at Carnegie Hall. It really is a dream come true.”

The New York Comedy Festival will last until November 14.


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