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Seriously Funny: Dulcé Sloan is not a ‘celebrity’

Political Theater, Episode 126

Comedian and actress Dulcé Sloan talks to CQ Roll Call’s Kathryn Lyons for the latest Political Theater podcast, part of Heard on the Hill’s “Seriously Funny” feature.
Comedian and actress Dulcé Sloan talks to CQ Roll Call’s Kathryn Lyons for the latest Political Theater podcast, part of Heard on the Hill’s “Seriously Funny” feature. (Gary Gershoff/Getty Images file photo)

Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” has consistently addressed political hot topics with wit and its own unique tone, starting with such stalwarts as host Jon Stewart and correspondents Stephen Colbert, John Oliver and Samantha Bee and continuing with current host Trevor Noah and correspondents like Dulcé Sloan.

As part of Heard on the Hill’s “Seriously Funny” feature, our own Kathryn Lyons talked to Sloan about her new podcast, “That Blackass Show,” life on “The Daily Show,” how she keeps her comedy personal and why she still has to wait to be seated.

Show Notes:

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