Ron Perlman Talks About His New Amazon Series Hand Of God On Tv Time Machine Radio Show, Now Available On Blogtalkradio As A Featured Podcast

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Interviewed by host Jim Benson, the acclaimed TV actor discusses ‘the most challenging role of my career’ on the radio show’s Podcast which will receive worldwide digital distribution via BlogTalkRadio starting September 30th

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 29, 2015 – Veteran actor Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy) talks about his riveting new Amazon series Hand of God with Jim Benson, host of the radio program TV Time Machine, in a special featured Podcast interview available on BlogTalkRadio starting September 30th.

In this compelling interview, Ron Perlman reveals the fascinating story behind the making of this ten-episode drama available for Amazon Prime Members that touches upon spirituality and the supernatural. Mr. Perlman delves into the psyche of his character, Pernell Harris, a morally corrupt judge who, having experienced a recent trauma, suddenly believes that he’s hearing the voice of God.

"He’s a mover and a shaker, and he’s built his entire foundation on the notion of how to win,” says Perlman. "But when we meet him, he’s kind of lost and breaking apart. Because he has a son whose shot himself in the head and is on life-support. So in a desperate sense of trying to have some sort of say over the outcome, he finds God and subsequently starts to hear voices instructing him on what path to take to miraculously save his son.”

Despite having played some of the most memorable movie and TV characters in recent memory, the Emmy nominated and Golden Globe-winning actor considers this character to be the finest in his career.

"This character, because of the depth of his pain and suffering and confusion, I knew was going to challenge me in ways that I’ve never been challenged before,” says Perlman. "It kind of scared and intimidated me on a number of levels. And that’s what intrigued me— to see if I had what it would take to rise to this occasion. It made for the most engaging and challenging experience I’ve ever had as an actor.”

Over a thirty-year career, Ron Perlman has played a multitude of remarkable characters in such films as Quest For Fire, Blade II, Hellboy, and Hellboy II (the latter three with director Guillermo del Toro). On the television side, the imposing actor is best known for starring in Beauty and the Beast with Linda Hamilton, and playing Clay Morrow for five seasons on the acclaimed FX TV series, Sons of Anarchy, created and produced by Kurt Sutter.

Host Jim Benson has interviewed many of the entertainment industry’s biggest stars on his long-running radio program. Celebrities who’ve recently travelled on Jim Benson’s TV Time Machine include Jeffrey Tambor, JoBeth Williams, Linda Hamilton, Mariel Hemingway, Maury Povich, Jerry Springer, Alan Thicke, Ed Begley, Jr., Andie MacDowell and Doonesbury cartoonist Garry Trudeau—joining past guests such as Mel Brooks, Guillermo del Toro, Matthew Weiner and Debbie Reynolds—just a few of the many stars that comprise the TV Time Machine galaxy.

TV Time Machine, also heard online at and every weekend on radio stations across the country, is a dynamically entertaining radio program featuring TV’s biggest celebrities and spotlighting shows ranging from The Voice to The Virginian. TV Time Machine explores worlds beyond nostalgia, featuring interviews with today’s hottest stars, while also visiting with the TV legends of yesterday.

About BlogTalkRadio
Founded in 2006, BlogTalkRadio helps podcasters thrive and profit from their content. The platform is a unified toolkit that helps podcasters record, stream live, publish on-demand, syndicate, measure and monetize conversational format podcasts. Hosts can capture interviews with guests from any geographic location using nothing more than a laptop, a microphone and a broadband internet connection.

About Jim Benson
In addition to hosting the TV Time Machine broadcast for over a decade, Jim Benson has contributed to dozens of television productions for TV Land, Showtime, Nick at Nite, NBC/Universal, CBS Entertainment, and Starz/Encore, including a featured appearance on Penn & Teller's Bull****. His production company, TV Time Machine Productions, was enlisted to help produce a “lost episode” of the classic 1970’s TV horror series Rod Serling’s Night Gallery for Universal Home Entertainment’s DVD release of Night Gallery: Season Three.

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