Getting his start as a game show host, many may remember him as the face of Nickelodeon's GUTS, but actor Mike O'Malley diversified his career by taking matters into his own hands -- writing the parts he wanted to play. Having delved deeper into acting and writing, he's been a part of major films and TV shows including Yes, Dear, Shameless and Glee. In Survivor's Remorse, his newest comedy series co-produced by LeBron James, he's taken on the idea of providing for or owing the people that helped make you successful. O'Malley chats with Elvis about societal pressures on the wealthy to give back and his own views on the way life is set up.
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