LA-via-Seattle writer/podcast host/stand-up with credits on '@midnight' & 'I Think You Should Leave'
3939 N. Mississippi Ave.
Portland, OR, 97227
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Brandon Wardell is a comedian.
Brandon Wardell has appeared on Comedy Central’s “@midnight,” “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail,” “The High Court with Doug Benson,” and “Adam Devine’s House Party” and VICELAND’s “Flophouse". Brandon Wardell was also a correspondent on MTV’s “Wonderland”. Brandon Wardell plays Skrillex on VICELAND’s show, “What Would Diplo Do”.
Brandon Wardell hosts a podcast with Jack Wagner called “Yeah But Still”.
Brandon Wardell made an ASMR comedy album entitled "Brandon Wardell: An ASMR Album" coming out this year.
Brandon Wardell was featured as the Hot Comedian on Rolling Stone’s 2016 Hot List.
Brandon Wardell is on tour sometimes and has a monthly show at The Satellite in LA.
Brandon Wardell is a comedian who has appeared on Comedy Central’s “@midnight,” “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail,” “The High Court with Doug Benson,” and “Adam Devine’s House Party” and VICELAND’s “Flophouse".
Brandon Wardell was also a correspondent on MTV’s “Wonderland”. Brandon Wardell plays Skrillex on VICELAND’s show, “What Would Diplo Do”.
Brandon Wardell is cool and nice.
Known in Colombia as "Yamel Yohnson," Jamel Johnson is a stand-up comedian from Woodbridge, Virginia. He is best known for his recurring role as Rowdy Boudy on the hit MTV series "Undressed." He burst onto the scene while creating the television show "Roc." Years later he successfully won a lawsuit against Jay Z for the name "Roc Nation." He took his earnings and started the Lugz Racing Team and the Lugz Racing Foundation which helps in the fight against Wade Boggs' Disease. One of these sentences is true.
Jamel made a name for himself on the D.C. comedy scene through a hard-to-hate mixture of non-threatening yelling, weird stories and impressively specific but not alienating sports and music references. His comedy smoothly walks audiences through everything from casual racism to Law & Order: SVU, including the consequences of gentrification and if you can eat a pastry given to you by a maybe-maybe-not drug addict who happened to witness a murder last night. Jamel lives for the laugh from the one dude in the back of the room who also watches too much SportsCenter.
After making his television debut in 2016 on Kevin Hart Presents: Hart of the City, Jamel now performs regularly at several elite coastal and inland comedy establishments all across America. He also thanks you for reading this whole bio. It was very sweet of you to do so.
$17.50 ADV / $20 DOS
General Admission & Fully Seated
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