Comedian/actor/writer Brian Posehn always has a full plate in front of him. He released his debut memoir, Forever Nerdy, in 2018. Brian is constantly touring as a stand-up comedian in the best comedy clubs and rock venues in the country. 2013 marked the release of his first hour long special, The Fartist, through Netflix. His latest specials "25x2" and "Criminally Posehn" can be seen on SeeSo. He has a popular podcast, Nerd Poker, on the Earwolf Network.
Brian co-starred in Universal's feature, The Five-Year Engagement, directed by Nick Stoller and produced by Judd Apatow and in the popular Canadian indie comedy, Lloyd the Conqueror. Brian has also appeared in several other movies, including Judd Apatow’s Funny People, Rob Zombie's The Devil's Rejects, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Sex Drive, and Surfs Up.
He recently recurred on Syfy’s series, Deadly Class. He has done guest spots on the sitcoms, The Big Bang Theory, Will & Grace, New Girl, You're the Worst, Guys With Kids, Anger Management, Just Shoot Me, Seinfeld, NewsRadio, Californication, Everybody Loves Raymond, and Friends. Brian also has an extensive resume in voice-acting including The Simpsons, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Adventure Time, Metalocalypse, Bob’s Burgers, Mission Hill and American Dad. He also starred for three seasons in Comedy Central's popular show, The Sarah Silverman Program, and toured as one of the original members of the Comedians of Comedy.
Besides writing and performing on HBO's acclaimed Mr. Show, he has written episodes of The Sarah Silverman Program and Metalocalypse (Adult Swim). Brian also wrote for the popular sketch show, Human Giant and various specials and roasts including the Oscars and The Comedy Central Roast of Rosanne Barr.
In 2006 he released his first graphic novel, The Last Christmas, and his debut comedy album: Live in Nerd Rage. In 2009, Brian released his sophomore album, Fart and Weiner Jokes.
2013 also marked the release of a book co-written by Brian with Bob Odenkirk and David Cross called Hollywood Said No.
This performance is a general admission, standing room-only event in the Ballroom of the Taft Theatre. All patrons require a ticket.