Will Forte

actor and showrunner

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Actor and showrunner of The Last Man on Earth

Will Forte on KCRW

In Fox's  The Last Man on Earth  ,  Will Forte plays Phil Miller, a nice enough guy driven to the brink when he believes he's the only person left in the world.

'The Last Man on Earth'

In Fox's The Last Man on Earth , Will Forte plays Phil Miller, a nice enough guy driven to the brink when he believes he's the only person left in the world.

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