Andrew Polk

Andrew Polk is a New Orleans-based comedian, who most recently toured as a feature for Todd Barry, has performed at multiple sold-out theater venues featuring for Hannibal Buress, and was hand-picked by Louis C.K. to open for his two sold-out shows at the Joy Theater in New Orleans.

Currently, Andrew produces the weekly showcases Comedy Beast at Howlin’ Wolf Den, and NOLA Comedy Hour at Hi-Ho Lounge. He is a member of MASSIVE FRAUD, a sketch comedy duo and production team, creating new sketches weekly, and producing the monthly KARATEFIGHT, a film and stand-up showcase. Massive Fraud also produces Drunktoons (animated sketch comedy, voiced live), The Rip-Off Show (a comedy game show), and Culture Vulture (an anything-goes speak easy open mic in secret locations).

Polk has been featured in The Guardian and Savage Henry Magazine, and NOLA.com named him one of the Top 15 New Orleanians to Watch in 2015, following a 2014 in which he hosted one of Dave Attell’s Road Work shows for his Comedy Central special, appeared in a pilot for NBC with The Meltdown’s Jonah Ray, and was featured in the pilot for “Yes And”, a comedy starring Comedy Central’s Sean Patton and SNL’s Brooks Wheelan. You can hear Polk as a special guest on The Nerdist Network podcasts Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction, and Terrified, with Dave Ross, but more often than not you can find him at an open mic drinking high-life and tweeting in a corner.

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The Roast of Bobby Jindal

Hot Dog Eating Contest (Remote)

Andrew Polk on The Goodnight Show (Clean Set)

Noteworthy Performances:

Festivals:
FunFunFun Fest (Austin, TX)
Crom (Omaha, NE)
Orlando Indie Comedy Festival (Orlando, FL)
Memphis Comedy Festival (Memphis, TN)
Blackbox Comedy Festival (Atlanta, GA)
Trill Fest (Houston, TX)
Hell Yes Fest (New Orleans, LA)
Cape Fear Comedy Festival (Wilmington, NC)

Venues:
The Original Room @ The Comedy Store (Hollywood, CA)
The Independent (Los Angeles, CA)
Flapper’s (Burbank, CA)
M.i. Westside Theater (Santa Monica, CA)
Go Bananas (Cincinnati, OH)
The Improv (Atlanta, GA)
The 40 Watt (Athens, GA)
Iron City (Birmingham, AL)
Brewsky’s (Hattiesburg, MS)
Hal and Mal’s (Jackson, MS)
Theatreworks (Memphis, TN)
The High-Watt (Nashville, TN)
Vino’s (Little Rock, AR)
The Velveeta Room (Austin, TX)
Fitzgeralds (Houston, TX)
Dallas Comedy House (Dallas, TX)
The Joy Theater (New Orleans, LA)
The Civic Theater (New Orleans, LA)
McAlister Auditorium (New Orleans, LA)