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Chris Hardwick is a stand-up comedian, chart-topping podcaster, television personality, contributor for Wired magazine, and creative head of the multi-platform media behemoth known as Nerdist Industries.
Chris is the CEO of Nerdist Industries, which has grown to include the Nerdist.com website; a premium YouTube channel (youtube.com/nerdist) with over 900K subscribers; 2.3M Twitter fans; and a podcast network including the flagship Nerdist Podcast that averages 5M monthly downloads.
Nerdist also produces content for television including All Star Celebrity Bowling for AMC and In the Name of Science for National Geographic Channel. Further, Nerdist hosts live events around the country such as The Nerdist Podcast Live! and Course of the Force, an annual lightsaber relay in partnership with Lucasfilm LTD.
On top of his Nerdist responsibilities, Chris is the face of AMC’s live after show Talking Dead, which discussed the highly-rated The Walking Dead. His top rated late-night show, @Midnight airs four nights a week on Comedy Central. Nerdist Industries is headquartered at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood.
Chris Lamberth is a native of Forestville, MD currentlybased in the New York City area where he performs regularly. He has shared the stage with a variety of nationalheadliners including Bill Burr, Louis C.K., D.L. Hughley, Marc Maron, Chris Hardwick, Orny Adamsand Wyatt Cenac. He was recently featured in the North Carolina ComedyArts Festival and College Humor Live. He earned an MFA in Acting from The Theatre Conservatory at Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL. Some of his regional credits include Till (The Goodman Theatre), Blue/Orange (Actor's Revolution Theatre), Julius Caesar (Chicago Shakespeare Theater) and The Exonerated (Raven Theatre). His crowning achievement as a classically trained actor was being featured in a Fisher Nuts commercial which aired on ESPN 2 during Women’s Professional Fastpitch Softball. He can be heard hosting The Mundane Festival Podcast, a weekly show available on iTunes.