Remember that kid in your class who made you laugh and you'd say "wow you should be a comedian"? That's kind of my story, except it was more like "he's pretty funny, but damn does this guy ever shut up?"
As a kid I watched a lot of TV. Like a borderline unhealthy amount of TV. I often thought "I could do that voice" or "I think I could write that story better".
In high school I knew I wanted to be a comedian. But I also liked school and was too soft to chase the dream.
A couple weeks before my 25th birthday, one of my good friends passed away. He was a magnetic personality and as our squad exchanged stories in the aftermath, it made me think "how do I want people to remember me?" It was pretty clear that I wanted people to remember me as the guy that made them laugh a ton.
A few months later, I started doing Stand-Up at Grant and Green's Open Mic in San Francisco. It was a rush like no other.
Since then, I have performed at Cobb's Comedy Club, San Francisco Punch Line, Chicago Laugh Factory and various comedy clubs across the United States. I have opened for Rex Navarette and Mark Ellis, and was also selected to perform at San Francisco Sketchfest. I produce a weekly show called "Mission Bay Bay", currently on Zoom:
Come check out a show, I would love to make you laugh!