Keisha Zollar

Keisha Zollar is an actor-writer-comedienne, she is currently writing on the new Comedy Central show The Opposition with Jordan Klepper. As an actress she has been seen on Orange is the New Black,Comedy Central Snapchat Series, Nightcap on PopTV, Middle of the Night, The Today Show, CollegeHumor, TVLand, Funny or Die,, Above Average, MSNBC, MTV, and UCBComedy. She is also in the TriBeca Film Festival award winning film Women Who Kill, the documentary Thank You Del that premiered at SXSW, and the Emmy award winning online series {THE AND}. Keisha plays the role of Grace on the HBO show, Divorce, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Molly Shannon, Tracy Letts, Thomas Hayden Church and more. She has been featured by Glamour magazine, Fast Company, Paste magazine, etc, and has written for Bitch Flicks, FemSplain, and more. Keisha’s podcast The Soul Glo Project can currently be found on the new NPR1 App and Applying It Liberally her podcast with hubby Andrew Kimler can be found on iTunes with Forever Dog Podcast Network. She can be seen regularly at UCB with Astronomy Club and By The Book, the PIT and PIT Loft with Gas Station Horror, and Electoral Dysfunction. More at

Guest Appearances

January 14, 2020

We’re back, baby! Tawny and Andrew sit down with Keisha Zollar and Jonathan Braylock of Netflix’s Astronomy Club to answer listener voicemails about what to do with a playlist called, “Songs That Excite White People” and and white people’s unending curiosity about black hair. Plus, Andrew Ti finally gets to go off about Andrew Yang on the pod. Need help solving racism? Leave us a voicemail: 323-389-RACE.

October 25, 2018

Comedians Keisha Zollar (The Opposition) and Michael Cruz Kayne (The Exhibition) join Negin to discuss reports that the Trump administration is considering a narrowing of the definition of gender. The proposal would effectively erase protections for trans people. Then, the panel chats about the ‘pink wave’ and if the term treats female candidates as a novelty. Finally, they unpack the growing trend of smart assistants such as Alexa. They ask: Is convenience worth the price of privacy?

This episode is sponsored by Sierra Club (, HelloFresh ( code: FAKE60), and Nutrafol ( code: FAKE).

July 31, 2018

Comedians Keisha Zollar (The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, Astronomy Club) & Dave Mizzoni (Gayme Show!, The List) join Jo & Manolo to play listener-created games with callers, including a special call from Dave Holmes (Homophilia, Party of One).

Games played: Dr. Cola, Dessert Island Movies, and JoProsal

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