Five Things You Didn’t Know about Ian Karmel

It’s rough to try and stand out in the world of comedy but Ian Karmel has been doing what he can to make his way forward. Looking at him you would possibly think that he’d be an actor or comedian. Without trying to stereotype the guy that just seems to be the look he presents, as though he’s completely comfortable with who he is and is able to crack wise whenever the mood strikes him. Maybe it’s a bit stereotypical but a lot of it is in how people present themselves to the public. Being a writer would be low on the list of things that people might guess about him, but comedy would definitely be a something that people would assume.

He just looks like a funny guy.

5. He’s a stand-up comedian.

He goes all around America touting his jokes and routines and to this date it seems like he’s been fairly successful since he’s still doing it and obviously still having fun. The world of comedy is just as competitive as anything and in some cases can be even worse. You almost have to laugh just to make it through the hard times now and again as many comedians have alluded to. Getting by sometimes means learning to laugh at yourself the most.

4. He’s a staff writer for CBS.

He’s written for a couple of different award shows which proves that he’s not just confined to comedy but can also produce something quite impressive that people will use when it’s necessary. It’s always nice to have another skill to fall back on just in case one’s primary passion doesn’t pan out. Thankfully for Ian that’s not the case but it’s something that you can imagine is great to have all the same.

3. He’ll be featured on Netflix soon.

There’s no set date yet for the show but he’ll be one of a few comics that will be onstage doing their best to make people laugh while telling their stories and delivering punchlines that will be aimed at getting peoples’ attention. He’s already been able to prove that he can get people to laugh along with his jokes, otherwise he might not have been added to the lineup. Now it’s just a matter of waiting for the show to start.

2. He got his start on Conan.

It can’t be easy getting up in front of people, but a live audience on a show that’s watched by so many seems like it would be particularly daunting. There has to be some trick that comedians and performers us in order to get their jokes and messages across, otherwise it seems like a lot of them would freeze up. Of course before getting to shows like this a lot of them have likely been through some of the hardest crowds and learned how to push through.

1. He’s been active since 2011.

He’s not exactly a newbie but he’s still a few years shy of being an old hand at the comedy routine. He’s right in the middle where he’s seen and done a good amount of stuff in his career but has a lot left to offer.

It’s not the peak it seems, but it’s somewhere comfortable where many comedians seem to have the most fun.

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