Edgar Momplaisir is a comedian/writer/performer born in New York City, partially raised in McAllen,TX and now based in Los Angeles. Alongside performing with Harold team LeRoy and indie darlings Arcade Currency, Edgar enjoys writing and directing short films. He’s been an artist-in-residence at the Echo Park Film Center and has won awards for his shorts. Credits include new Gus van Sant film Don’t Worry, He Wont Get Far on Foot and NBC comedy Great News.
Paul F. Tompkins welcomes friends (old and new) back to Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s special guest is actress Vella Lovell of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend! Vella chats about which celebrity she would like to die in the arms of, the movie Hook, and…Listen
For the 1000th episode, Andrew and Tawny welcome Yo, Is This Racist? all-stars Edgar Momplaisir, Dani Fernandez, Joey Clift, Solomon Georgio, Gaby Dunn, Brodie Reed, Carl Tart, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Naomi Ekperigin, and Kara Brown to explore what they should do next since…Listen
Improvisers, actors, and podcast hosts Jacquis Neal and Edgar Momplaisier of The Culture Kings join Howard and the crew to explore the latest in life hacks! They count down Spotify’s Global Top 50 Songs while discussing the shape of the rap scene…Listen
Paul F. Tompkins finishes up some business and welcomes listeners back to Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s special return guest is actor/improviser Erin Whitehead of Wild Horses! Erin chats about what she would do if she saw herself from 5 minutes ago…Listen
Paul F. Tompkins is excited that Spontaneanation is happening once again! This time out, Paul’s special guest is actor Utkarsh Ambudkar of Game Over, Man! and Brockmire! Utkarsh chats about what he would name a star, being crushed after finding out how…Listen
Comedian Edgar Momplaisir (Culture Kings, UCB-LA) joins Andrew to discuss dealing with trolls, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke using “konnichiwa,” white voice actors playing non-white characters in video games/TV, and more. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist…Listen