They don’t just over-analyze shows, they also let you know about an interesting TED-Ed lesson I narrated about cannibalism! Feast your eyes.
I wrote and appeared in a sketch about the citizenship interview, directed by Robbie Gregson and produced by Katie Skiff.
We debuted it at Neversad’s New Comedy Bop at Brooklyn Bazaar last week, and it was a crowd favorite! But will it be a you-on-your-computer fave, too? Click play and discover.
This poster is perfect! “Friends in Bed” appeared at Philly Sketchfest’s filmed shorts festival, and Ben Franklin made the face below while watching it. Truly honored to entertain the Hundred Dollar Man.
Here are a spooky still shot and haunted set photo from the shoot for a short horror script I wrote! Keep an eye out for SHUT EYE. The eye that you don’t shut, I mean. Wink. Wink for this movie.
I shot a lead role in a feature in eight days! I must now sleep forever. Production stills coming soon. Thanks Dan Karlok and Bill Rutkoski!
I made a sketch comedy concept album set in the near future, inside your head! You can download it via the links below, or click the player image below to start playing it right away. It’s a bit under half an hour, made for headphones, and it’s nuts. Enjoy!
Sometime in the near-now of your mind, your CommGlob neural implant has gone haywire, receiving nonstop content from the surrounding surveillance feeds, brand channels, and networked brainscreams of the corporate/human psychoverse. The question is not how will you escape, but rather, how will you pay for the data you must consume? Until you are assigned an answer, all you have is the Suffer Buffer.
Suffer Buffer is a sketch comedy concept album by Addison Anderson, featuring a diverse cast, the hellish future, wacky sound effects, and YOU. Insert your headphones and receive your content, perfect for inter-gig transit or a post-drone decompress.