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Robin Williams called BRAD WILLIAMS “Prozac with a head.” Brad’s ability to make humorous observations on disability, relationships, sex, and race are winning over audiences and proving that anyone can overcome their shortcomings. - Featuring ADAM RAY (According to Jim, MTV's Human Giant)
Brad Williams: Brad Williams has become one of the funniest, most in demand comedians working today. A California native, Brad started doing stand-up at age 19 and has been touring ever since.
He has appeared on numerous TV shows including Legit, Dave Attell’s Comedy Underground, Sam and Cat, Live at Gotham, the Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Mind Of Mencia, and Pitboss.
In addition to stand-up, Brad has become a dynamic on-air personality as well. His podcast “About Last Night” is a mainstay on the iTunes Charts. He is a regular on KROQ’s Kevin and Bean Show in Los Angeles as well as the Adam Carolla podcast.
Brad’s show is high energy. Robin Williams called him “Prozac with a head.” Brad’s ability to make humorous observations on disability, relationships, sex, and race are winning over audiences and proving anyone can overcome their shortcomings.
Adam can next be seen in the upcoming Columbia Picture's revival of GHOSTBUSTERS and the reboot of the popular sketch show MADtv on The CW. He currently co-hosts the new TBS comedy game show "Separation Anxiety," as well as the popular podcast "About Last Night," which has featured guests including Melissa McCarthy, Susan Sarandon, and Dana Carvey. His comedy sketches have garnered over 30 million views on YouTube and Funny or Die. Adam previously appeared in Paul Feig's Fox feature, SPY (starring Melissa McCarthy) as well as Paul Feig's THE HEAT, where he plays the villain opposite Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. He was also featured as a writer and stand up on Comedy Central's second season of ADAM DEVINE'S HOUSE PARTY.
As a kid, I always liked comedy and would listen to albums by George Carlin, Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, and Lenny Bruce. Despite my enjoyment of these great talents, I decided to pursue an unfunny career and left Los Angeles for San Francisco State College to be a lawyer. When that did not hold my attention, I switched majors and ended up getting a Bachelor of. Art Degree in Communications.