Photo by Anthony Tocchio

Photo by Anthony Tocchio

Joe Kwaczala lives in Los Angeles but started his comedy career in Chicago. He grew up in Pittsburgh. He is a comedian and here are some relevant facts:

  • As a stand-up, he was chosen as one of Comedy Central's 2017 "Up Next" Comics to Watch and has performed at Colossal Clusterfest, Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, Accidental Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, 208 Comedy Festival, Chicago Comedy Exposition, and Ventura Comedy Festival. His stand-up was featured on the nationally-syndicated public radio show Live Wire!

  • He has contributed writing to The Onion News Network, ClickHoleFunny or Die, and Mad Magazine.

  • Joe hosted the sketch/variety showcase The Wheel Show for three years at the Nerdist Showroom at Meltdown Comics in West Hollywood. Back in Chicago, he hosted The Late Live Show, a critically-acclaimed live late-night talk show. He's now hosting the comedy game show Internet Explorer at the UCB Theater.

  • He also has made a bunch of videos, including an award-winning pilot, a web series for IFC, and a lot of other stuff you can watch here.

  • Every October, he puts on an intentionally bad "parody of a parody" show at the UCB Theater called Bill & Ted's Spooky Halloween Spooftacular

  • As a twitterer, he tweets tweets for Twitter here. Paste Magazine said he was good at it.

  • Joe also has a podcast about his one true love (and one true shame) the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. It’s called Who Cares About the Rock Hall? and you can listen to it here.