Dan St. Germain

Dan St. Germain has a Half Hour Special on Comedy Central and currently writes on the hit comedy Superior Donuts for CBS. He has appeared on Jimmy Fallon, Conan, Best Week Ever, @Midnight, Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, This is Not Happening, We Love the 2000s, John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore, The Electric Company, Guy Code, Video by Trial, Adam Ruins Everything, and has developed shows for both Fox and Comedy Central. He was one of Variety’s “10 Comics To Watch”, was listed as one of Paste Magazine’s Top 10 Great Underrated Comedians, named Time Out NY’s “Comedy Break Out” of 2013, was a Playboy‘s Touring Comic to Watch in 2015, was one of Paste Magazine’s 10 Comics That Deserve Their Own Show, selected as one of Mandatory.com’s “Comedians to Watch Out For” in 2014, has been to the Just For Laugh Comedy Festival in Montreal multiple times, and was part of Stephen Sondheim’s Young Playwright’s Festival. He’s the creator and star of the web series Kicking Dan Out on My Damn Channel, In Security on Comedy Central Studios, and Pulling Out on Above Average. He’s written for Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, The Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe, The Guy’s Choice Awards, The Onion Sports Network, and was Head Writer on truTV’s Ten Things. Dan’s been a guest on WTF with Marc Maron, Carolla, You Made it Weird, Doug Loves Movies, The Masked Man Podcast on the Ringer, Girl on Guy with Aisha Tyler, Ron and Fez, Bob and Tom, The Bonfire, Bennington, The Todd Barry Podcast, Fitzdog Radio, The Artie Lange Show, and was the co-host of both the Not Safe and My Dumb Friends podcasts. He’s appeared in a Super Bowl commercial with Howard Stern, as the Jack Links hermit on Comedy Central, and was selected by Time Out New York as having one of the best jokes about New York City, a list that included Woody Allen. His album Bad at the Good Times on AST Records was listed by Paste Magazine’s as one of the year’s best.

Jim Meyer

In 1972, Jim and Concetta Meyer were traveling through the flat corn prairies of Baltimore when a streaking bolt of fire tore across the mid autumn sky. They shared a lingering glance and Concetta whispered, "A shooting star! I wish for a baby of our very own."

"And make him a man child of mighty stature and incredible sexual prowess," responded Jim "A man as feared by his enemies as he is admired by his subjects."

Just that moment the earth shook as the hurtling space missile struck the side of the road. That next morning, the world would learn that the Meyer family had grown by one. A baby boy. Did I mention that Concetta was nine months pregnant? I always leave out details. The important thing is that their wishes came true.

Jim and Concetta did their best to raise little Jimmy. They taught him to read and write, how to string a bow, shoe a horse, gut a yak and tan its hide, but most importantly they taught him how to whittle a joke out of nothing more than a ridiculous premise, seven feet of bailing wire and a great deal of hubris.

Now grown up and walking this world as a Comedy Highlander, Jim Meyer has been called the greatest force of laughter the Earth will ever know. He has been called a ray of light in a world overcome with darkness. He's also been called Mike by the Chinese woman at the sub shop who never remembers his name.

What does this mean to you, gentle reader? This, I cannot answer as I am simply a web site, but why not click one of my many buttons? Come inside and learn more about Jim Meyer the comedian, Jim Meyer the man, Jim Meyer the Experience.

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$13 advance/ $15 day of show


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