In a devastating hit piece, The Wall Street Journal recently called Brendan Krick, "a comedian." In 2017, he was a semi-finalist in Helium Comedy Club's Philly's Phunniest competition, as well as a finalist in the Cleveland Comedy Festival. He recently moved to Los Angeles.
In 2016, Brendan starred in the horror-comedy film The Backpage, which earned him several award nominations, including a win for Best Actor in a Short Film at the Alamo Drafthouse 2017 GenreBlast Film Festival.
Brendan is a writer for the punk satire website The Hard Times. His jokes have been featured on Playboy.com and Funny or Die.
"An everyman with a set that is as relatable as it is funny, Krick’s bits place the audience in the driver’s seat of the impending punchline to be, albeit with a slightly harder R rating than how most of us are probably used to living our lives." - Trunk Space