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SPA To Host Eric Andre For Virtual Q&A November 5

Penn State’s Student Programming Association (SPA) will host actor and comedian Eric Andre for a virtual question and answer session at 8 p.m. on Thursday, November 5.

Students will receive a link to the WPSU Radio-sponsored livestream once they sign up for the event through this link. They can also send in their questions for Andre, too.

Andre is perhaps best known for his eponymous surreal comedy show, “The Eric Andre Show,” which parodies a low-budget cable access program. The show premiered on Adult Swim in 2012 and just wrapped up shooting its fifth season.

In addition to his stand-up comedy career, the comedian has received roles in films such as “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping,” 2019’s “The Lion King,” and “The Internship.” He’s also guest-starred in episodes of “The Big Bang Theory” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

Andre’s Q&A session will be moderated by fellow standup comic, actor, and writer David Gborie, who co-hosts the “All Fantasy Everything” podcast and was recently recognized as one of Comedy Central’s Comics To Watch.

Like all SPA events, Andre’s event is funded through Penn State’s student-initiated fee. Students will need to verify themselves using their Penn State IDs to access the stream.

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