As an in-demand actor, writer, and comedian, Fortune Feimster doesn’t have a lot of free time for anything else. But when she can escape, Thailand calls for her. On the phone from the Los Angeles set of NBC comedy “Kenen,” which she is a recurring guest on, Feimster, 41, said she looks forward to performing in Boston at the end of the month and to share new elements, she said. “Picks up where” sweet and savory ” [her 2020 Netflix comedy special] leave it behind. ”While performing all the new material in her September 24-25 shows at the Wilbur Theater, Feimster teased that she“ might just start a swim team or the Hooter’s story just for the fun of it. “, referencing two of her most popular comedy routines. The popular performer started out as a writer and panelist on E’s” Chelsea Lately “, then appeared as a regular on” The Mindy Project “on Hulu and” Champions In addition to appearances on numerous television shows, she has had recurring roles in Showtime’s “The L Word: Generation Q” and CBS’s “Life in Pieces.” The native of Belmont, Carolina North, can also be heard in the mornings on Sirius XM’s “Netflix Is a Joke” (channel 93) with Tom Papa, and she hosts a weekly “Sincerely Fortune” podcast with his wife, Jacqueline “Jax” Smith. We met Feimster. , who lives in Los Angeles with Smith and their There’s two rescue dogs, Biggie and Maddy, to talk about all things travel related.
Favorite vacation destination? One of my favorite places I’ve been to is Thailand. The people were so nice, the food was amazing and there are so many beautiful places there. It was truly one of my most memorable vacations and I can’t wait to go back. And of course Italy will always be a favorite for my wife and I because we eat “Lady and the Tramp” pasta.
Favorite food or drink while on vacation? If I travel abroad I always like to try the local cuisine, so I usually start by ordering any dish popular in that country. Ditto with the drinks. But my favorite food when I travel to the United States is usually a burger. I also like to try the local cafes. And if I’m in a bar, I get old fashion.
Where would you like to travel but haven’t done so? I was lucky to have traveled all over the country because of the stand-up. I also lived in Spain for a year right after college, so I went all over Europe – but there were a few places that I missed like Denmark, Ireland and Croatia. I would love to go back and visit some of these places.
An item that you can’t leave home without when traveling? I love my Bose noise canceling headphones. They make a big difference on the plane when you want some peace and quiet or if you are watching a movie.
Aisle or window? I usually prefer the window because I like to sleep on the plane, but my wife Jax also likes the window and I was told “happy wife, happy life” so I get the window seat. Joke!
Favorite childhood travel memory? My family didn’t have a great vacation when I was young because we couldn’t afford it, but my parents were saving all year so that we could take a little trip to Holden Beach in NC in summer. There were five of us in this little house, but we didn’t care. We loved being at the beach and had so many great memories there.
Guilty pleasure when traveling? Probably ice cream. I had to cut it up at home because obviously you can’t just eat ice cream all the time. So I save it for when I’m on the road. I will try a local ice cream shop that people have recommended. And from time to time it makes me dance.
The best travel advice? Take a small roll-up bag for your dirty laundry. You can find reusable ones that close. You don’t want your smelly clothes to mix with your clean clothes. You’ll thank me later.