Devin Field is an improviser, writer and stand-up comedian originally from Seattle, Washington. He graduated from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts with a degree in screenwriting and spent four years as a cast member of USC’s long form improv group, Second Nature. As a stand-up, Devin was the winner of the Laugh Factory’s Laugh Bowl and was featured on MTV’s Summer Comedy Showcase. He’s also a founding member of the online sketch group The Last Spaceman. You can currently see Devin performing on Harold Night at UCB.
September 11, 2022
Professional actor Jon Hamm joins Scott to talk about his role in Top Gun: Maverick, his new film Confess, Fletch, and performing in a production of Ordinary People at the University of Missouri. Then, diarist Bridget Jones stops by to read some new entries from her diary. Plus, travel guide Steve Spinx drops by to share some travel tips.
May 15, 2022
W Hotel owner Bean Dip joins Scott once again to talk about her recent trip to Ireland to solve Covid and attending a big celebrity wedding. Then, educator Brooke Flagstaff stops by to talk about the benefits of bathing. Plus, record producer Jack Persimmons drops by to talk about his record label Tone Deaf Records.
January 23, 2022
Comedian extraordinaire Roy Wood Jr. joins Scott to talk about his new stand-up special “Imperfect Messenger,” the origin of his Leo Deblin character as seen on The Daily Show, and why he stopped selling prank phone calls.
March 31, 2020
The Teachers talk about hell, Todd’s step count, and Howard’s fear of water. Later, Bill’s brother Chris Cravy (Devin Field) makes his bid to become a permanent co-host of the show.
October 30, 2019
Devin Field, Lisa Gilroy, Jake Sprague, Kimia Behpoornia, and Vic Michaelis bring you a special Halloween movie form double feature! First: a dirty police precinct. A run down rec center. A murderous magic 8-ball. It’s VALLEY PHANTOM. Then, a killing sparks a wave of fear at a music festival in HORROR FEST.
Check out Matt Besser’s new comedy album Pot Humor here.
June 20, 2018
Special musical guest Ben Lee returns along with improvisers Danielle Schneider, Rose O’Shea, Jacob Wysocki, and Devin Field for this week’s improv4humans! Ben plays songs from his musical “B Is for Beer” that inspire scenes about a campaign to make beer more drinkable, the Dalai Lama’s messy personal life, and a plant-based romance. Later, we’ll meet a couple that everyone is betting on as well as a rock star defending her title to the death.
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