Stand-up comedy is a difficult thing to pull off, but Brad Williams makes it look easy. This California native began doing stand-up at the tender age of 19 and never looked back. His appearances on tour generate some of the most sought-after tickets among comedians.
Since Brad Williams made his mark on the comedy world with the release of his album Polite Society in 2008, Brad Williams tickets have consistently been a hot commodity. Brad Williams keeps the audience in hysterics throughout his performance with his on-stage antics and hilarious observations on life, with all its trials and tribulations.
Brad Williams's background
Williams' initial break came about thanks to his achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism. Williams attended a Carlos Mencia comedy show in which the comedian cracked a few dwarf jokes. Mencia spotted Williams and invited him up on stage. Brad got off a few hilarious jokes of his own, impressing Mencia so much that he asked Williams to join the tour as an opening act. Brad opened for Mencia for five years, thrilling audiences on both the Mind of Mencia and the Punisher Tour.
Brad was born January 13, 1984 in Los Angeles, California. After graduating high school, he attended the University of Southern California for a short time. He chose instead to pursue his acting, writing and comedy career.
His unique brand of humor quickly generated a following, and he continues to be an exciting, in-demand performer. Brad Williams possesses a unique ability to find humor in difficult situations, such as disability, rocky relationships, race and sex.
Brad hosted his own one-hour comedy specials on Showtime: Brad Williams: Fun Size and Brad Williams: Daddy Issues. He's made appearances on numerous TV shows, such as Legit, Live at Gotham, The Tonight Show, Dave Attell's Comedy Underground, Pit Boss, Jimmy Kimmel Live and Mind of Mencia.
Brad Williams's accolades
Brad's special Fun Size was 2015's highest rated comedy special on Showtime. He followed that with Daddy Issues, described by the New York Times as "hilarious." The late Robin Williams once dubbed Brad "Prozac with a head," saluting the high energy of Brad's shows.
Brad's podcast "About Last Night" showcases his dynamic on-air personality and is a staple on the iTunes Charts. He appears regularly on KROQ's Kevin and Bean Show out of Los Angeles and is a featured guest on the Adam Carolla podcast.
Brad Williams is among the stand-up comedians on Comedy Central's Featured Comedians. He is also a favorite among the military troops, whom he entertains all over the world.