Jesse Joyce

Jesse Joyce
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In television, Joyce has made appearances on Comedy Central’s hit shows Comedy Underground with Dave Attell, the inaugural season of Live at Gotham and is a frequent guest on @Midnight with Chris Hardwick. He was a recurring panelist on History Channel’s I Love The 1880′s, hosted Date Night for AMC, Entertainment Tonight, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’s “Pass The Mic,” VH1′s Morning Buzz, Talk of The Fest from The Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival, Stand-Up 360 with Caroline Rhea and Gotham Comedy Live on the AXS network. In 2010 he was a top 20 Semi-Finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Currently, Joyce can be seen regularly on @Midnight on Comedy Central and RedEye on the Fox News Network where he brings his acerbic wit to bear on the events of the day.

In 2011 Stags was released, a feature film produced by Ben Barenholz of Raising Arizona, Barton Fink and Requiem for a Dream and starring Joyce, the dark comedy is about four New York City permanent bachelors, and is currently available on NetFlix.

An accomplished writer as well, Jesse currently writes for the hit Comedy Central show @Midnight. Also in 2014, in addition to performing on the show, he helped Dave Attell write his late night comedy series Comedy Underground with Dave Attell. Jesse also wrote for the 85th Annual Academy Awards on ABC hosted by Seth MacFarlane, The 2014 BET Awards hosted by Chris Rock, The 2013 Guys Choice Awards on Spike TV and he’s a writer and consulting producer on The Jim Norton Show for Vice.com. But Jesse’s writing is probably best known as a veteran of the last 10 consecutive Comedy Central Roasts. Starting in 2007, Jesse was the behind-the-scenes half of the long time Comedy Central Roast writing partnership with the late, great Greg Giraldo including the Comedy Central Roast(s) of David Hasselhoff, Joan Rivers, Larry the Cable Guy, Bob Saget and Flavor Flav. His roast writing talents were also utilized for the TBS Celebrity Roast of Cheech and Chong and success writing for the Comedy Central programs led to his being requested to write Comedy Central’s Burned! The Roasts’ Most Outrageous Moments and for The Comedy Central Roast(s) of Trump, Charlie Sheen, Roseanne, James Franco and Justin Bieber. Joyce’s writing has been utilized by Joan Rivers on TV Land’s How’d You Get So Rich? and in 2012-2013 he was a staff writer for both seasons of the popular The Burn with Jeff Ross on Comedy Central. His work in TV, Radio and Print advertising has won him several American Advertising Awards as far back as 2001. Jesse can be heard on the XM and Sirius Satellite Radio where his acclaimed CD Joyce To The World is part of regular rotation. His reoccurring appearances on the The Opie and Anthony Show now The Opie with Jim Norton Show and the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Morning Show, have become listener favorites and led to a featured performance on Bob and Tom’s CD As Big As A Hat.

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