Nov 21, 2012
On today's show, we talk to LA-based comedian Jerrod Carmichael. Jerrod
started stand-up in Winston-Salem, North Carolina when he was 20,
and through a great deal of hard-work has quickly become a notable
stand-up, landing on Variety's Top 10 Comics to Watch list in 2011.
While continuing to perform at places like Meltdown and the Laugh
Factory, he's also branched out into TV, having contributed to Odd
Future's Adult Swim show and landing a supporting role on the Fox
sitcom The Goodwin Games.
Last week, at the tail-end of the New York Comedy Festival, Jerrod stopped by the Manhattan Wrestling Team apartment for a late-night Beginnings episode; we talked about being conscious and present in the moment, cats, car services, and Jerrod gives us one of the best answers ever for Dream Project!
Subscribe on iTunes and come see Beginnings: Live at UCB East on 12/4 at 8pm. Featuring MST3K’s Frank Conniff, author of How to Be Black Baratunde Thurston and and hip-hop superstar Jean Grae!