Andrew Schulz

Andrew Schulz

ACC PRESENTS | AGES 18+

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SHOWTIME: Thursday, September 14th at 8pm

Native New Yorker ANDREW SCHULZ is known for his hilariously edgy, street-smart, and unapologetic comedy. He currently stars opposite Tony Danza and Jane Levy on Paul Reiser’s THERE’S… JOHNNY! on NBC’s Seeso network. He can most recently be seen starring in BENDERS for IFC, and just wrapped a guest star spot on Amazon’s SNEAKY PETE. He is in the midst of shooting two features: Whitney Cummings’ THE FEMALE BRAIN, and A+ opposite Emily Mortimer and Gemma Arterton. MTV has handpicked Schulz as their new tastemaker – he hosted “The Hook-Up” and “Jobs That Don’t Suck” for MTV2 and has been writing and commentating on MTV2’s hit “Guy Code,” the highest rated show in the network’s history. Schulz also has made appearances on MTV2’s “Hip Hop Squares”, “Girl Code” and “Epic Fail,” the VMAs, and the MTV Movie Awards. He hosts one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes, “Brilliant Idiots” with Charlemagne, also an MTV favorite. Andrew’s other credits include BET’s “The Rewind” and “The Blog Report,” and MTV’s “New Year’s Eve Bash.” Last year, Schulz wrapped filming the FX pilot BRONX WARRANTS, as well as the indie film VICTOR for director Brandon Dickerson. A regular in the New York comedy circuit, Andrew has performed at Gotham Comedy Club, Caroline's, Comedy Cellar, and more. He’s also performed alongside the country’s top acts, such as Dave Chappelle, Dave Attell, Louis CK, Damon Wayans, Tracy Morgan, Bill Burr, Judah Friedlander, and more.

Currently Billy is based in LA and writing for Comedy Central’s digital lab. He has been named a Fresh Face to watch by the Laugh Factory and is a regular guest on The Doug Loves Movies podcast, The Deathsquad Podcast with Brian Redban and Joe Rogan and Put Your Hands Together with Cameron Esposito. Billy’s is a co-founding member of The Tunguska Yacht Club, an online sketch group that has over 4 million views on YouTube and Funny or Die. His standup videos have been watched over 500,000 times by YouTube audiences.