Dana Gould began his professional comedy career at the age of seventeen, and spent the next twenty years or so performing in the halcyon days of “The Comedy Boom”. Dana has several HBO specials to his credit as well guest appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night With Conan O’Brien, Maron and Real Time with Bill Maher. He has also had memorable appearances on Anger Management, Seinfeld and The Ben Stiller Show, and was a regular on the NBC series “Working” (which wasn’t, and was soon cancelled). After writing the pilot “World On A String” (with Jay Kogen), Dana co-created MTV’s late, lamented “Super Adventure Team” (with Rob Cohen). He then joined the staff of The Simpsons, where he was a Co-Executive Producer and performed several voices for the show. He was also a producer on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.” Last year he developed a comedy pilot for FX, executive producing with Dave Grohl.
He is currently developing an animated comedy for 20th TV and “The Jetsons” for Conaco TV and WB animation. Dana is currently shooting “The Morning Show” pilot, co-hosting with Janet Varney and produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay for USA.
Dana appeared in the film “The Aristocrats,” and stand-up remains a big part of his career. He continues to perform regularly in and around Los Angeles. In 2009, Dana recorded a one-hour Showtime comedy special, “Let Me Put My Thoughts In You,” and in 2013 recorded his next special, “I Know It’s Wrong”. His monthly podcast, The Dana Gould Hour, was an instant hit, frequently residing in iTunes’ top ten comedy downloads. He most recently can be seen recurring in Frank Darabont’s show “Mob City” on TNT.
RISK! with Kevin Allison
Friday, January 31st, 7:30pm, Brava Theatre BUY TICKETS
The Dana Gould Hour
Friday, January 31st, 10:30pm, The Eureka Theatre BUY TICKETS
Accordingly To Jim with Jon Glaser
Saturday, February 1st, 1pm, The Eureka Theatre BUY TICKETS
Bukkake of Smiles
Saturday, February 1st, 8pm, The Verdi Club BUY TICKETS
Uptown Showdown Debate
Saturday, February 1st, 10pm, Marine’s Memorial Theatre BUY TICKETS