CBS All Access is now Paramount+, and season 2 of Tooning Out the News is now Stephen Colbert Presents: [that name]. Check out the show at its new home here!
You can also check out recent clips on the Late Show’s YouTube channel here.
I’ve started writing and performing on a new streaming late-night comedy, Tooning Out the News, with new segments appearing every weeknight on CBS All Access – it’s a very fun, fast, funny show, and you can find it where? Special clips HERE, the full series HERE.
We do a new segment every day, and then wrap it all into a truly crazy half hour episode on Fridays.
A recent clip:
I wrote this and had the pleasure of performing alongside Kami Dimitrova and Josh Nasser. The ice cream was made with squid-ink and was an unforgettable sensory nightmare to consume!
I made a short with Aidan Daley-Hynes that won Thirteen’s Reel13 shorts contest! Balloon Walker will air on 11/16 on PBS (WNET 13 in the Tri-state area) as part of Reel13’s film series starting at 9pm. After Hachi: A Dog’s Tale, our short will show you a world where the dogs are balloons. Or watch it again below!
Front-facing camera character comedy, or fro-face-cam-cha-com as it’s discussed in The Industry, is the hot new trend, and I gotta get in on it. Enjoy!
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.
Naturalization from Addison Anderson on Vimeo.
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.
I co-wrote and produced this fun little short doc about a definitely real person.
Balloon Walker from Aidan Daley-Hynes on Vimeo.