Aidy Bryant Showed Old Clips Of Stephen Colbert And Paul Dinello In Second City Workshops At Sea

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert published this video item, entitled “Aidy Bryant Showed Old Clips Of Stephen Colbert And Paul Dinello In Second City Workshops At Sea” – below is their description.

Stephen can’t hide his shock when the delightful Aidy Bryant tells him she used to work four-month stints on a cruise ship teaching improv classes to young people. Stick around for more from Aidy Bryant, and check out her new show, “Human Resources,” streaming now on Netflix. #Colbert #HumanResources #AidyBryant

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Aidan Mackenzy Bryant is an American actress and comedian. She is known as a cast member on the late-night variety series Saturday Night Live, beginning in season 38.

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