What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions

10 Questions with Casey Jost

Regular Dubsism contributor Ryan Meehan adds yet another solid piece to the “seven Questions” series

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by Ryan Meehan

Comedian Casey Jost is also an actor and writer based out of New York City.  You may have seen him most recently on GSN’s Lie Detectors, or Comedy Central’s branded-content series “Comedy Central Central”.  He’s a writer and a producer for TruTV’s smash hit “Impractical Jokers”, and he is also well-known for his stand-up, characters, and improv.  Make sure to check him out at the NYC Upright Citizens Brigade Theater with his team HIGGINS on UCB’s Harold Night every Tuesday.  Additionally, Casey has written for NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, TruTV’s Impractical Jokers, E!’s The Fabulist and contributed to Fuse’s Billy On The Street.  He’s created several other live and internet based shows, and I am delighted to have him as my guest today in 10 questions.

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