Launching on YouTube November 11th, through our pals at JASH, here’s what happens when we put your favorite comedians with children.
After years of live shows, we’ve decided to tape 9 episodes of Baby Talk with some of our funniest friends and craziest kids. The first episode will be released on YouTube on Nov. 11th. This is a clip from that first episode where John Mulaney tells Blake Griffin about the time he was high at a Clippers game.
For the past few years I’ve been working on a short documentary about two inspiring wrestling fans living in Pico Rivera, CA. With the help of producers Scott Mosier and Zak Knuston, we just sent it off for post-production and I couldn’t be more excited to show you the results. Still no plan for it, but I will be setting up a live viewing in LA soon – so stay tuned.
I am proud to have produced, helped write and appeared in the historic web series Scheer-RL where Paul Scheer and a bunch of funny people recreate classic MTV TRL segments. Carson Daly has not tweeted or mentioned it publicly, so I can only assume he HATES it. Click below to watch them all.Read More
I attempted to teach Nicole Richie how to watch sports on the newest episode of Candidly Nicole. I failed.
To watch, CLICK HERE.
I wrote and produced this sketch for FunnyOrDie featuring Weird Al Yankovic, Aimee Man, Tim Heidecker, Thomas Lennon, Brett Gelman, Drew Droege and more.
I was a writer, performer and produced this sketch for FunnyOrDie. Someone famous dies in it.
When Shia LaBeouf opened his own performance art exhibit in Los Angeles, I rented out the space next door and completely mimicked the same exact set-up, except with actor Jerry O’ Connell waiting for gallery patrons at the end. In the end, we got more press coverage than Shia and actually stole people from his line. FunnyOrDie produced it with me, allowing an idiot to fulfill his dumb idea.
I recently put together a Live Read That Shouldn’t Happen with my pal Sean O’Connor for the classic Teen Wolf movie script. We enlisted the help of Kumail Nanjiani, Jonah Ray, Pete Wentz, Lauren Lapkus, Lil Dicky, Owen Burke, Pat Healy, Angela Trimbur and many others. FunnyOrDie was there to chronicle history in the making.