About Double P Movies


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This podcast is absolutely delightful. Bubba and Mork bring the funny, but Catfish steals the show. His impression of The Master threw me into a giggling fit so severe I popped a button open on my blouse and flashed some random gentleman sitting across from me at Starbucks. Even though I live in SoCal, I will be confining myself to turtlenecks whenever I listen to Got Your Milk or The Joffrey of Podcasts in public.
— Crackers Phinn, Apple Podcasts

The Hosts


Fitten 'Bubba' Goldsmith


Atlanta’s own Fitten ‘Bubba’ Goldsmith created the Double P Network after 3 years as a guest on the popular Podcast Winterfell Game of Thrones podcast. Bubba is a writer and veteran improviser from Chicago’s ImprovOlympic where he was directed by the legend Del Close in Night of the Mutant Harolds.  Bubba’s first writing credit was the poorly seen and as poorly reviewed film “Cut Throat / Scared.” Bubba hopes to continue to grow his list of popular characters such as Bailiff Rusty, Grand Maester Senile Pycelle, the Vincent D’Onofrio’ed Wizard of Oz, and JubJub the silent podcaster.




Christopher ‘Catfish’ Gehrman grew up awkwardly in California, Virginia, Rhode Island, and Hawaii.   He began his professional acting career as an alien named Flaximentariddlybixaporpoise for a library tour in Hawaii, where he wore a spray-painted silver visor along with matching spray-painted silver boots.  Since that time, he has been hugged by Orlando Bloom, attacked By Val Kilmer, and ignored by Ethan Embry, all for that sweet sweet cash and fame that comes to a guy who acts one or two lines at a time. He started podcasting so that he could speak in full paragraphs.

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A true romantic, Mork enjoys driving Bubba crazy and stealing books from Catfish. Mork moved to Los Angeles from the great state of Minnesota, weaseled his way into the writers room of one of the world’s most beloved sitcoms and eventually became a producer on multiple films. He has played Ms. Pac Man with Lemmy, eaten meatballs with exiled Dukes and, on Thursday, was bitten by a horse. Not in that order