Comedian Dan Rosenberg is also a writer, emcee, radio host, author, playwright, car guy, basketball coach and entrepreneur. DanRosenberg.com is the site is where all of his shenanigans get together and conspire to break his brain.
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Dan Rosenberg is a comedian, writer, radio host, and emcee performing comedy for over three decades. He has appeared at the top comedy clubs across the country, including the Laugh Factory and the Improv. He has also performed at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal, as well as comedy festivals in Las Vegas, Boston and New Orleans. He has hosted radio shows for CBS Radio in Los Angeles and Seattle and for National Lampoon Radio on SiriusXM. He is the author of The Book on Hosting: How Not to Suck as an Emcee and has held workshops nationwide helping comedians become better emcees. His debut comedy album Dan Rosenberg: Overexposed, debuted at number one on the Amazon comedy charts in December 2020 and his comedy special, Dan Rosenberg: Overexposed, is available on Amazon Prime Video and on YouTube.
Here is an old bio that I originally used to apply for a radio hosting gig...then on my MySpace page...Thanks to Dr. Evil/Mike Myers for the inspiration...
The details of my life are quite inconsequential...
Very well, where do I begin?
I was born in a tiny suburb of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania called Beaver Falls. Actually, I grew up in a suburb of that suburb called Chippewa Township. We lived in the third unit of a duplex.
My father was a self employed auto parts peddler that loved baseball and apple pie with cheese on it. He would often work late in his parts store trying to invent things that already existed, like the telephone or thumb tacks.
My mother was a florist, an artist and a part time immigration attorney focusing on citizens of Armenia and West Virginia.
I graduated in the upper 10% of the lower third of my high school class and I was an active member of the "Tall Guy's That Can't Play Hoops" club as well as the Jazz Band, where I was fourteenth chair tenor tuba.
Several years ago, I walked into a comedy club and my life was forever changed. The club was also a cult and they "recruited" me to serve as their light bulb changer.
I have done stand-up comedy and writing ever since. I have written several spec scripts, like, "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "The Office," and a killer "Too Close for Comfort." ("Monroe Gets a Job")
I also have written for several radio shows as well as two books. The first "The Book on Hosting: How Not to Suck as an Emcee" was published last August and the second "The Book on Vacuums: The Joke Sometimes Writes Itself" is due to drop in May 2010.