Before I did stand-up I used to be a professional video game player. Meaning I played video games for money competitively. At the top of my career my team placed 3rd at the would cyber games. Its like the world Olympics, but for nerd's. My team's biggest sponsor was Intel. After that being 20 at the time deciding to retired I felt like the best idea. What I wanted with my life didn't co-inside with my at the time current career. So I moved on to comedy. I have been doing stand-up comedy for the last 4 years and some change.
I love doing comedy because of getting to meet hundreds of different people. Also making people who are complete strangers laugh. The feeling you get on stage, when you have a audience of 500+ eating out of your hands is indescribable. It's something that can only be experienced. On the outside looking in comedy seems like a easy thing to do if your funny well then, your funny. Comedy takes a lot of analytical ability you have to be able to read audiences. Tell jokes that they want to hear. Some audiences within the first minute on stage I have figured out all they want to hear is dirty jokes. So I have to give the audience what they want, and vice versa. What stand-up comedy really is learning how to make something that happens involuntary and making voluntary. Saying a specific word in a joke over another could be the difference from laughter or bombing. So every time you get on stage you have to be on your feet, and on top of your game because audience will know if your half assing it.
Big thing I am about is adventure. My way of looking at life is to try to experience all that you can in life. You only live once why not try and make the most out of the time you have.
I am fun, outgoing, and intelligent