Emmy and WGA Award winner Wyatt Cenac is a NY-based stand-up comedian Armed with an “attentive, inquisitive perspective” (AV Club) and a “hilariously understated style” (Paste Magazine), he has become a favorite of audiences and critics alike.
Wyatt has appeared on IFC’s popular TV series Maron, Adult Swim’s cult favorite The Eric Andre Show, and Comedy Central’s John Oliver’s New York Standup Show. He is a latenight favorite, with appearances on Conan, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, and Last Call with Carson Daly. Wyatt performs standup to sold-out crowds nationally and internationally, and he has been featured as a performer at Bumbershoot, South By Southwest, The Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Bonnaroo, and the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival.
Wyatt’s first hour special "Comedy Person" premiered on Comedy Central in May 2011, earning him a spot on Paste Magazine’s “Best Comedians” list of that year. The album of the special was named one of the “Best Comedy Albums of 2011” by Huffington Post.
Wyatt’s second hour standup special, "Brooklyn," which he also directed, premiered on Netflix in October 2014 and was also released as a limited edition vinyl-only album, which was nominated for a grammy award in 2016. The hour was listed as one of the “11 Best Standup Specials of 2014” by Vulture and was praised as “some of his best, funniest insights” by The AV Club.
In 2016, Wyatt released his third album, "Furry Dumb Fighter," which Paste Magazine said "you should probably go out of your way to listen to it." So what's taking you so long?