All posts byMike Rylander
Mike Rylander is an actor, host, writer and producer who has worked in film, television, theater, commercials, audiobooks, radio, professional sports and live events. At Ora TV, he hosts, writes and produces So That Happened, a satirical comedy news show, that has received viral press coverage and positive praise from Slate.com, BuzzFeed, HelloGiggles and Uproxx, among others. Previously at Ora TV, Mike wrote, hosted and produced WTFark, another comedy news web series that was distributed on the Huffington Post, and was featured in The Los Angeles Times, GQ Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine and others. Outside of Ora, Mike has many film, television and commercial credits to his name, including Parks & Recreation (NBC), Young & The Restless (CBS), The Gambler (Paramount), and a Doritos Super Bowl commercial that was once "The Most Watched Television Commercial of All-Time”. He was an NBA Arena Host for 7 years (LA Clippers & MN Timberwolves), and is entering his 4th season as the Arena Host for UCLA Bruins Basketball Team. Mike lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Jes, and his daughter, Parson, and he loves to work.
Mike Rylander: Donald Trump Really, Really, Really Wants the Oil
He REALLY wants it. Oil, that is.
Mike Rylander on Political Correctness and Social Media Mentality: A Case of Misguided Anger?
A Mexican-owned Mexican restaurant dropped a racial slur on a Mexican customer. Yes, you did read that headline correctly.And no, the name of the restaurant was not Trumplebee’s.
Mike Rylander: What If The World Ran On Social Media Currency? (Or Does It Already?)
Imagine a world where clicks equal dollars. Where likes and shares not only feed our egos, but also our children. A world where retweets and comments satisfy our inner desire to be accepted and liked, and pay our mortgages. Or do we live in that world already?