Comic, author, producer, Wayne Federman discusses if there’s an expiration date to being funny. Are you stuck in your generation or can you speak to a broader audience? That, plus what underwear to sport when shouting “Get off my lawn!” at passing children.
Bio: Wayne Federman is a stand-up comic, actor, author, cultural historian, and producer. Wayne received a 2022 Emmy Award for producing the HBO documentary George Carlin’s American Dream. He is the author of the bestselling book, The History of Stand-Up: From Mark Twain To Dave Chappelle and has acted in numerous films and TV shows including Curb Your Enthusiasm, What We Do In The Shadows, Silicon Valley, The Larry Sanders Show, Living Single, Community, The X-Files, Legally Blonde, Step Brothers, The 40‐Year‐Old Virgin, and 50 First Dates. Wayne is a touring stand-up comedian and has appeared multiple times on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon and has his own stand-up special on Comedy Central. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California.
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