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10 Questions with Lamont Price

Another installment in a great series from regular Dubsism contributor Ryan Meehan.

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by Ryan Meehan

Lamont Price has appeared with numerous big name comics such as Dane Cook – whom he opened up for during the recording of the multi-platinum album “Retaliation – as well as Opie & Anthony regulars Rich Vos and the late Patrice O’Neal. He has also featured for other industry heavy hitters such as Gary Gulman, Alonzo Bodden, and John Heffron. He’s a favorite wherever he performs, and was also featured in the film “Overserved”. Lamont has also worked with Def Comedy Jam legends Guy and Joe Torry, as well as In Living Color’s Tommy Davidson. You won’t want to miss him coming to a stage near you soon, and you can check him out today as my guest in 10 questions.

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