Adam Pally talks Dog Days, The Mindy Project and Happy Endings

Adam Pally discusses some of his biggest roles, including Dr. Peter Prentice on The Mindy Project and Max Blum from the much-loved sitcom Happy Endings.
Actor Adam Pally at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto, Ont. (Vivian Rashotte/CBC)
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Adam Pally plays a slacker musician in his new movie Dog Days. It's about the interconnected lives of dogs and their owners in Los Angeles.

The actor and comedian stopped by to talk with guest host Ali Hassan about how making movies with animals requires two things: time and some very talented animal handlers. Pally also discusses some of his biggest roles, including Dr. Peter Prentice on The Mindy Project and Max Blum from the much-loved sitcom Happy Endings.

His new film Dog Days hits theatres Friday, August 10.

And in case you missed it, watch Adam Pally play Jam or Not a Jam for CBC Music below. 

"Céline Dion is amazing... She's going to be on a hip hop song within a week." Check out Jam or Not a Jam with Adam Pally, star of the upcoming film Dog Days The Film. Our playlist includes Drake, Shania Twain and New Kids On The Block. 1:57

Listen to the full conversation with Adam Pally near the top of this post.

Produced by Shannon Higgins

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