Did You Get My Text?
Patton Oswalt & Meredith Salenger are a married couple who, despite living in the same house, text each other more than people who live on opposite ends of the country. This weekly podcast is their chance to sit down together, go through their texts, and bat around everything that’s been on their minds. And you get to listen in! Music by Coby Brown.
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About the Hosts
Having already conquered the world of fly-fishing, atonal avant-garde music and pottery, Patton Oswalt now turns his rapacious gaze to the helpless, trembling world of podcasting!
Meredith Salenger is an actress, writer and producer from Malibu, CA who began her professional acting career at the age of 10, playing an orphan in 1982’s “Annie,” directed by John Huston. She is perhaps best known for her performances in “The Journey of Natty Gann” with John Cusack, “Dream a little Dream,” and “A Night in Life of Jimmy Reardon” opposite River Phoenix. Meredith graduated cum laude from Harvard with a degree in Psychology and later got her certificate in Mediation all while still focusing on acting to star in “H.U.D” with Steve Carell, and “Chicks” from the writers of “Seinfeld.” Her varied additional credits from film and television include the likes of “Will & Grace,” “Anger Management,” “24,” “Dawson’s Creek,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Daredevil,” “Damages,” David Kelley’s “Lake Placid” and John Carpenter’s “Village of the Damned.” You can also hear her voiceover work in a trio of “Star Wars” vehicles – “The Clone Wars,” “Rebels,” and “The Force Awakens,” along with such projects as “The Secret Life of Pets 2,” “My Little Pony,” “Teen Titans Go! to the Movies,” “Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!,” “Robot Chicken,” “Lego DC Super Hero Girls,” and Marvel’s latest, “M.O.D.O.K” on Hulu. She is currently in development with Awesomeness on a new sitcom and with Starburns for an animated show.
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