One to watch, US comic Mark Normand's career is currently exploding, making him one of the hottest stand up comedians of the late 2010s. In the tradition of true New York-Jewish humour, Mark's lighthearted self-depreciation, anecdotes, self-analysis and cutting witticisms have earned him a special place in the hearts of US comedy fans. Mark Normand tickets are available through the StubHub website, so be sure to secure yours today!
Mark Normand; Taking New York and the world by storm
New York wisecrack Mark Normand was arguably made most famous as a long-time warm-up act for Amy Schumer. His affecting personality and likeable humour has made him a popular choice for appearances on many late night US comedy shows as well maintaining his established position in the New York stand-up circuit. Now also famous for his weekly podcasts and a solo televised comedy special, Don't Be Yourself, his current national US tour is selling out fast and is available to book today on StubHub. His short but lively career has seen Normand win numerous comedy competitions and awards all promising a lbng and successful future in comedy.
Mark Normand grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, but knowing he had a penchant for keen observations and fast wit, he moved to New York after graduating from college. There he began doing the circuits, meeting Amy Schumer at an open-mic night and by 2011 he had gained enough traction to be honoured as one of Comedy Central’s 'Comics to Watch' and the next year as one of Esquire's 'Best New Comedians 2012'. In 2013 he won both Village Voice’s 'Best Comedian' and Caroline's March Madness competition. His TV credits include stand up sets and acting posts and include John Oliver's Stand-up Show, Conan, Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Live at SXSW, Inside Amy Schumer, Best Week Ever, The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Last Comic Standing and @Midnight. He also starred as himself on the TV mini series How to be a Grown-up from 2014-15 and in 2016 on Louis CK's Horace and Pete. Mark Normand's first TV special Don't be Yourself was presented by Amy Schumer and was received to much acclaim in the US. More recently Mark Normand won first place at the Great American Comedy Festival competition. Today Mark hosts two New York comedy shows, Hot Soup and We're Alright Here as well as a regular weekly podcast, Tuesdays with Stories. Despite all this he still has time for a current US tour.