Travis is an actor, comedian, air force brat born in Germany then raised in Texas, DC and Maryland. He still looks great in lederhosen. He attended the University of North Carolina School of the Arts and began his improv training after moving to Los Angeles. He really loves make believe and thinks real life is hard. He’s been on MTV’s new comedy show “Acting Out” and several commercials where he’s the funny lovable guy.
October 3, 2019
Actor and comedian Travis Coles (David Makes Man) joins Matt and Dave to chat about watching every episode of Riverdale, top musicals, and all things Jurassic Park. Then, they get into the latest Willow album, Travis’s Spotify search history, and EVERYTHING about their experiences working with Oprah. Plus, Catholic school guilt, looking for a way to feel seen, and coming out (accidentally).
October 2, 2019
Actor, writer, improviser Travis Coles (Liza On Demand, David Makes Man) joins Andrew and producer Zig to discuss caller questions about a chef who wants to call his restaurant “Ghetto Burger”, toxic masculinity, and more. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.
June 4, 2018
Paul F. Tompkins welcomes all to the beginning of LGBTQ Pride Month on Spontaneanation! This time out, Paul’s special guest is Stephanie Beatriz of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and BoJack Horseman! Stephanie chats about whether she would date Nicole Byer (the previous guest on the show), negging being an automatic turn off when she was dating, and the difficulty of sharing custody with her old dog Banjo with her ex. Then, they are joined by improvisers Ally Beardsley, Travis Coles, and Kimia Behpoornia, to improvise a story set at Coachella VIP. And as always, Eban (only the best) Schletter scores it all on piano!
November 30, 2017
Sarah Claspell, Kimia Behpoornia, Devin Field, Travis Coles, Jake Sprague, and Kristen Studard join Matt Besser for a special i7h Movie Form episode! First, we visit a nail-focused survivors collective, parents that don’t want their child to know it’s the zombie apocalypse, and a roadster who can’t get to his heat unless he performs social pleasantries in “Not Without My Gun.” Then, it’s the gritty crime drama “Love After Death,” in which a grieving widower on the hunt for the truth, a single mom sheriff in the midst of a custody battle, and a serial killer with a Nixon fixation cross paths with explosive results.
This episode is sponsored by HBO’s Michelle Wolf: Nice Lady.