Brian Stack is a current writer/performer for ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ and was previously a writer/performer for 18 years on ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien/The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien/Conan.’
‘Any Time with Vin Forte’ Episode 27: “Rocket Launches and Writing Retreats” [Guest: Nicole Perlman]
Nicole Perlman is a screenwriter best-known for writing the screenplay to Marvel Studio’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ as well as co-writing the upcoming ‘Captain Marvel’ screenplay and writing Marvel’s upcoming Gamora comic.
‘Any Time with Vin Forte’ Episode 26: “Figuring Out Who Is Real And Who Is Not” [Guest: Brett Davis / Smith LIVE at the DNC]
Brett Davis is a comedian and actor who currently hosts the cult comedy show ‘The Special Without Brett Davis’ which can be seen streaming live online every Wednesday at 11pm with full episode for free on Youtube (brettdavis.tumblr.com for more info).
R. Stevie Moore has self-released over 500 albums over the past 40 years and become a cult icon in the world of DIY music, influencing musicians & fans like Beck, MGMT, Ariel Pink, The Pixies, Mac DeMarco, XTC and many others.
‘Any Time with Vin Forte’ Episode 24: “The Most Portland Thing That Could Possibly Happen” [Guest: Hutch Harris of The Thermals]
Hutch Harris is a singer/songwriter & guitarist for the popular Indie Rock band The Thermals.
Gaby Dunn is a comedian/journalist/actress/podcaster. She hosts the web-series ‘Just Between Us’ with fellow actress/comedian Allison Raskin.
This episode I talk with Rob Bricken; Editor-in-Chief of the tech and pop culture website io9.
Negin Farsad is a comedian, documentary filmmaker, and author. She created and starred in the documentary ‘The Muslims are Coming,’ about Islamophobia in America through the lens of comedy.
Sean Carroll is a Theoretical Physicist, Cosmologist, and author of the new book ‘The Big Picture: On the Origins of Life, Meaning, and the Universe Itself’ which comes out May 10th.
Jayme Kilsby is the host of a brand new web series called ‘Bad Taste’ from DAPS.TV where he eats old, esoteric candy so you don’t have to. In this very casual episode we discussed his love of nostalgia, embracing the sadness of professional wrestling, go through a few ridiculous VHS tapes he owns, and we cap it all off with Jayme eating 30 year old gum. Strap in for this one, folks.