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Portraying Santa Claus in the modern era takes a village. What’s the best way to whiten your eyebrows? Growing a beard, or applying one? How jolly is too jolly?
That’s where ClausNet comes in. It’s a social network, online forum, marketplace, and community where Santa performers can trade tips, tell stories, and learn the best ways to communicate with excited kids.
Michael Rielly has been portraying Santa Claus since he was 12 years old and founded ClausNet in 2007 after identifying a strong need for online Santa resources and camaraderie.
This week on 2 Girls 1 Podcast, Alli and Jen (actors who perform weird internet text live on stage) talk with Rielly about his personal tales of playing Santa, the evolution of ClausNet, and we’re visited by a VERY special additional guest…
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Matt Silverman is the director of video and producer of 2 Girls 1 Podcast at the Daily Dot. He has been making internet shows and viral videos for nearly a decade, and has directed top talent including John Oliver, Kevin Bacon, Kate McKinnon, Alton Brown, and the Sesame Street Muppets. Silverman is also the creator of FREE DAD VIDEOS, a comedy and music channel with his young children.