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The Fort is a comedy podcast hosted by Kevin Ford, Ed Galvez and Mike Costantini who are three improvisational actors and stand up comedians in Los Angeles. The show features top talented guest comics, hilarious radio sketches and all things action, sci-fi and horror. Past guests have included T.J. Miller (Cloverfield, She's Out Of Your League, Get Him To The Greek, Yogi Bear), Frank Conniff (Mystery Science Theater 3000, Cinematic Titanic), Matt Braunger (MADtv, Live At Gotham, Carpoolers, Pushing Daisies), Brian Scolaro (Stacked, Men Of A Certain Age, Conan O'brien, Live At Gotham and Comedy Central Presents: Brian Scolaro), Matt McCarthy (AMC's Action Pack, Comedy Central, The Other Guys and Mr. Tambourine Man), Ron Lynch (The Sarah Silverman Program, Andy Richter Controls The Universe, Raising Dad and Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist, Home Movies, Tom Goes To The Mayor and Bob's Burgers), Leonard Robinson (Wild N' Out, Speed Dating) and Josh Fadem (30 Rock, Reno 911, Weeds, and The Midnight Show). The Fort Podcast is where you hang out and pretend with your favorite comics. To hear past episodes and archived radio sketches go to www.thefortcast.com.

Episode 40: Timmy Williams

 

Comedian/actor/writer Timmy Williams of "The Whitest Kids You Know" joins The Fort Podcast to talk about moving to L.A., The future "Whitest Kids You Know" movie, zombies, life on the road and yetis. Check out Timmy performing stand-up around the courntry and stay tuned for the new "Whitest Kids You Know" film. Kevin, Ed, Mike and Timmy Williams perform two radio sketches: "Bad News" written by Ed Galvez and "The Reunion" written by Kevin Ford. Stick around for "The Fort Wrap-Up" as Ed reveals a very interesting new gig.

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Episode 39: Jamie Lee

Actress/comedian/creator Jamie Lee joines The Fort Podcast to talk about auditioning for pilots, working as a nanny, bad texting habits, early shock-humor stand-up days and the sex trade industry. Jamie was a semi-finalist on NBC's "Last Comic Standing." She co-hosted the first annual "Critics Choice Awards" for VH1.com and continues to appear on talking head shows such as "Undateable" and "Best Songs of The 00s." Jamie created a series called "Kid Farm" which is in ealy production to become an animated series for FOX. Kevin, Ed, Mike and Jamie perform two radio sketches: "Takened" written by Ed Galvez and "What If?" written by Kevin Ford. Stick around for "The Fort Wrap-Up" as Ed reveals a very awkward work moment at an old job.

 



 

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Episode 38: Meghan Parks

Comedian/actress Meghan Parks joins The Fort Podcast to talk about life on on the 101, Travel Town, roller coasters, performing in show choir at Magic Mountain, religion,  working at Blue Cross, her embarassing moment with Amy Poehler while filming The Upright Citizens Brigade production of "Freak Dance," Ed's D.U.I. and time in prison, Mike's field trip to a prison and night terrors. Meghan can be seen performing stand-up and sketch at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater in Los Angeles. She can also be seen in multiple commercials as well as the UCB film "Freak Dance." Kevin, Ed, Mike and Meghan perform two radio sketches: "The Orphan" written by Ed Galves and "Movie Starlet" written by Kevin Ford. Stick around for "The Fort Wrap-Up" as Mike talks about his adventure in Death Valley, California. Happy St. Patricks Day!

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Episode 37: Danny Lobell

Comedian Danny Lobell joins The Fort Podcast to talk about how he hates west coast pizza, the state of American pop culture and appearing in a recent Canadian comedy documentary. Danny has performed stand-up on stages around the world including such places as Glasgow, Liverpool, South Africa and Paris. He has appeared on National Public Radio's "This American Life," and currently hosts "Real Talk with Danny Lobell" on Yackit.com. His debute album, "Some Kind of Comedian," will be appearing this spring. Kevin, Ed, Mike and Danny perform two radio sketches: "Indecent Proposal" written by Ed Galvez and "Sorority Sisters" written by Kevin Ford. Stick around for "The Fort Wrap-up" where the guys talk about the film "Deliverance" and what vehicle would be best to own in an apocalypse.

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Episode 36: Ryan Stout

Comedian Ryan Stout joins The Fort Podcast to talk about doing stand-up in front of seven people, being an Eagle Scout, the Illuminati, performing stand-up in Cleveland on the night Lebron James announced he was going to The Heat and Kevin's dog watching experience. Ryan Stout is the winner of the 2005 Boston Comedy Festival. He is also one of the few comedians to perform at both HBO's “The Comedy Festival” in Las Vegas and HBO's “U.S. Comedy Arts Festival” in Aspen, CO. He made his television debut on Comedy Central's “Live at Gotham” in 2007. He hosted numerous MTV shows including “A Shot at Love: The Hangover,” “Most Valuable Players,” “Spring Break 2008” and “Ranked.” Ryan has also appeared on WGN's “The Bob and Tom Show” and E! Entertainment Television's “Chelsea Lately.” His Comedy Central Presents half-hour stand-up special earned him the #10 spot in Comedy Central's yearly Stand-up Showdown in 2011. Ryan made is late-night stand-up debut “Conan.” His debut album “Touché” was released on December 6th, 2011, on Comedy Central Records and is available on Amazon.com and iTunes. Kevin, Ed, Mike and Ryan perform two radio sketches: "Air Max" written by Ed Galvez and "Pedophile Vigilante" written by Keven Ford. Stick around for a unique "Fort Wrap-Up" where the guys perform a "FanFiction" sketch written by a Fort Podcast fan. 

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