King of the List was another project that defined a certain time in my life. I had an opportunity to work with my brother, Brendan Huza, who's gone on to do great things off in LA in music and animation, and my good friend Ron Barba, one of those rare types gifted with Dangerfield-level charisma. 

The premise was simple: Ron is a talent agent who finds his clients work exclusively on Craigslist. He himself had done gigs he found on there and had a stack of hilarious stories as a result, so we threw everything in there...

Schizophrenic ventriloquists, actors recently escaped from the psycho ward, alcoholic comedians who pay in booze, magicians with very sketchy pyrotechnics, a Craigslist murderer, nemesis agents, actresses dying in auditions, that same dead actress coming back as our own Jacob Marley in The Craigslist Carol... 

We filmed all over the city: Time Square, Trinity Church, the 47th floor of One Penn, Greenwood Cemetery, the Davenport Theater, New World Stages, Madison Square Park, riding rickshaws, my basement... 

I left from filming in Hells Kitchen to join my wife to do IVF at a fertility clinic, and we found out while filming in Meatpacking that the procedure worked. Hell, I had lunch with Ron an hour before the twins decided they wanted out early. King of the List is a part of my life like no other project; I got to know the city through this show. I love it and can't wait to revisit it one day. 

Watch the ENTIRE series below!