I was in Eldorado Park to speak with Dillan Oliphant who is as opinionated as I am. We spoke about Football, American Politics as it relates to South African Politics and tensions between Black and Coloured people.Visit https://EmilioTobias.com for more... Watch on YouTube
I sat down with a really good friend: Dillan Oliphant. Honestly he may come across as a quiet guy but he is such a deep thinker with an erudite mind. Hear us discuss if he regrets a particular joke, DVDs and a night where he thinks I crawled into bed with himSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dillan Oliphant is a comedian, writer, roast master and content creator form Johannesburg. We chatted about growing up around his family, the politics of his comedy and his for what is possibly the greatest football club in the world and more.
Dillan Oliphant is by far one of the funniest comedians in South Africa. His level of wit his hard to match and he has a knack for really putting you in his world with his stories. And yup, I said stories. If you haven't seen Dillan in a while, you might still think of him as a one-liner guy, but he's evolved into a storyteller with depth and insight. We get into how a kid from Eldorado Park who grew up being inspired by Chris Rock specials, now has his own stand-up specials and is an inspiration to his own community. We get into the struggles of starting out, and how much things have changed since early days 9 years ago. It's been quite a journey. We also get into his love of Man Utd. and how it's lead to his new role as a hilarious sports pundit online. If you're an up-and-coming comedian looking for a bit of inspiration from a local source, this might just be the podcast for you. https://almostperfect.co.za/ep-21-dillan-oliphant/
The Award Winning Podcast – Season 2 – Episode 6 – Dillan Oliphant
The Award Winning Podcast Podcast
Dillan Oliphant is perhaps most well known for the fact that he won SA’s first comedy Roast battle. Dry, and quiet it came as a big surprise for everyone who only kind of knew him. Here he roasts me mercilessly while talking about his career, and everything leading up to it. It’s unpleasant.