2013 Just For Laughs Chicago comedian spotlight: Julian McCullough
Julian McCullough is a very funny man. He has hosted MTV2’s Guy Code and TBS’s Very Funny News, and co-hosted Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings. He also interviewed many of the acts at this year’s South By Southwest, in a very entertaining fashion. He is quite adept at gauging an audience with his intelligent brand of humor and wit, and won the award for New York’s best comic in 2008. He performs regularly at many NY comedy venues such as Carolines, The Comedy Cellar, and Stand Up NY, as well as doing appearances on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and NPR’s This American Life.
Five Things to Know About Julian McCullough
- Julian became a varsity shortstop at age 17, which is the same age that he smoked pot for the first time, and also the age at which he quit being a varsity shortstop.
- He lives in a 2 bedroom apartment with his cat, Poptarts.
- He has very nice sheets.
- In seventh grade, he got in trouble for writing a story about a man who commits suicide because he hates his name.
- Julian is a graduate of Rutgers University in New Jersey.
Julian McCullough will be appearing on Stage 773- The Thrust on June 14 at 7:00 PM