Megan Stalter is not a nurse.
This is “probably” a good thing given she doesn’t like the sight of blood and a series of chiropractor videos gave her wicked nightmares.
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The proud Daytonian, a Wayne High graduate, told “What Had Happened Was” host Amelia Robinson how she studied everything from nursing to teaching before deciding to pursue her real dream: comedy.
Megan, a "National Lampoon Radio Hour" podcast contributor, wants to do it all.
Others comedians on the sketch comedy podcast include Cole Escola, Jo Firestone, Brett Davis, Alex English, Maeve Higgins and guest stars Rachel Dratch, Amy Sedaris, Chris Gethard, Julie Klausner and Jordan Klepper.
Megan and Amelia talk about Pee-Wee Herman, Megan basically being ejected from a Dayton improv class, the woes of the Interwebs and why Megan says she lives in a sitcom.
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Had a hilarious chatting with Dayton's own @megstalter for an upcoming episode of the "What Had Happened Was" podcast. Meg's star is rising as a member of the just released National Lampoon Radio Hour podcast. @nationallampoon @NLRadioHour https://t.co/YfhmqXZbSW pic.twitter.com/MT7Z4AC0tu— Amelia Robinson (@DDNSmartMouth) December 20, 2019
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"What Had Happened Was" is a podcast for Dayton, powered by Dayton.com and recorded in the WHIO Radio studios. You won't believe the stories that come from right here. Host Amelia Robinson shares the best tales from the Gem City, Land of Funk and Birthplace of Aviation: Dayton, Ohio.
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