Samuel Lincoln “Sam” Seder is actor known for his roles in the film Who’s the Caboose? and the TV shows Beat Cops and Pilot Season. In addition, he is also a writer, film director, producer, and a radio host.
SEDER’S ORIGINS AND PERSONAL LIFE
Seder was born in New York City, New York and grew up in Worcester, Massachusetts.
In 2004, Seder started co-hosting The Majority Report with Janeane Garofalo on Air America Radio. The show was renamed The Sam Seder Show after Janeane left. The show would eventually end in 2007. However, Seder was slated to host another program called Seder on Sunday.
Seder also had a show with Marc Maron entitled Maron v. Seder which later on became Breakroom Live with Maron & Seder.
In 2010, Seder widened his media horizon when by starting an independent online podcast which he called the Majority Report. Most of the topics that he discussed in his podcasts were of political nature and several guests were also invited to provide their commentaries.
In addition, he also substituted for the hosts of other talk show programs like the Countdown with Keith Olbermann and the Mike Malloy Show.
An on-site coverage of the Republican National Convention at the Madison Square Garden led to Seder’s detention by the United States Secret Service.