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PodcastRobert Hoehn

Second interview with Robert via Google Hangouts.

In this Podcast Jeff Steiner talks with Robert Hoehn who lives in the 18th arrondissement of Paris.
Robert is an actor and also does stand up comedy – on February 4th he'll be at Cafe de Paris. He has his own YouTube channel - French Fried TV, the comedic adventures of an American in Paris.

"I'm happy where I'm at."

In this Podcast Jeff Steiner talks with Robert Hoehn who lives in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. Robert is an actor and also does stand up comedy – on February 4th he'll be at Cafe de Paris. He has his own YouTube channel - French Fried TV, the comedic adventures of an American in Paris.

To start Robert talks about Paris, some of the feelings he gets when driving around and how he ended up there. He moves on to his YouTube channel, how it started and his first video - Shit French People Say and the response he got. Being philosophical Robert tries to think of his life in France as a sitcom.

After that, the interview shifts to what Robert is aghast about and he says you can't always 'have it your way' in France. He comments that the French show their pride differently than Americans and it's not always easy to know what will provoke French pride.

He then goes on to talk about what it's like to drive a motorcycle in Paris and two recent incidents where not speaking French and being an American helped! He then discusses how much French he knew before coming to France, suggests a it's easier to learn French with a grammar base and finding a job - it was easy and hard for him. He remarks that French is very important and he had to take jobs in France that he wouldn't have taken in the US.

The interview ends with Robert saying he has found lots of very helpful people in France and suggests anyone thinking of moving to France should just do it. But be prepared to have crazy things happen to you!


mp3 file: Podcast-Robert-Hoehn.mp3

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