Milana Vayntrub

Milana is an actress and 1/2 of Live Prude Girls along with Stevie Nelson.

Guest Appearances

February 1, 2018

Living in the moment with Milana Vayntrub.

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December 6, 2017

Actors Milana Vayntrub and Sandeep Parikh join Andrew once again to discuss their show That Moment When, how they’ve been dealing with 2017, a Taco Party, and much more. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.

February 8, 2017

Actress, comedian, and founder of “Can’t Do Nothing” Milana Vayntrub joins Howard and ku-host Ele Woods this week to swap some first quarter Super Bowl stories. Milana tells what it was like to be in a Tony Robbins documentary while they count down Spotify’s Top 5 US Songs, and the gang reminisces on high school celebrity classmates during the Movie Chart. Finally, they discuss the Black Sabbath breakup and Nic Cage’s festival crashing during Two Charted.


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February 2, 2016

Actress and comedian Milana Vayntrub joins Jensen and special guest co-host Drew Unga to talk about her short documentary “Milana Can’t Do Nothing: Refugees in Lesbos,” Rumors, Sylvan Esso, Packer Shoes, Impractical Jokers, I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, how we’re late on The Americans, selling stuff on eBay, meditation, and many other things you should know about.

March 4, 2015

The Hooray Show collapses into the space-time continuum as Horatio interviews Milana Vayntrub about her dream road trip and Hector interviews Jerry Minor for the Hector’s Dispensary podcast because Milana insists on driving an ’82 Bronco and it’s all fourth dimension stuff… just listen. On the phone, everyone turns Perla’s frown upside down, and we check in with Brad from Wisconsin. No horses were harmed in the recording of this episode.

April 5, 2013

Andrew Ti and this week’s special guest Milana Vayntrub end the week by talking about teachers using “these kids” to refer to their students and why Russian people are super racist. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.