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Joseph Scrimshaw

Joseph Scrimshaw is a comedian, writer, and host based in Los Angeles. As a comedian, he’s appeared at SF SketchFest, Chicago Improv Festival, Dragon Con, headlined on Jonathan Coulton’s JoCoCruise, appeared on Wil Wheaton’s "TableTop," and more. Joseph has written for the movie riffing group, RiffTrax, Screen Junkies, Comci-Con HQ, Adult Swim, and previously worked as a writer/performer on "Wits," where he wrote sketches for Paul F. Tompkins, Dave Foley, Neil Gaiman, and more. Joseph’s plays "Adventures in Mating," "An Inconvenient Squirrel," and "My Monster" (written with Bill Corbett) have been performed all over the US, the UK, and strangely Bulgaria. His popular podcast "Obsessed" is part of the Feral Audio podcast network and has been listed as a Staff Favorite on iTunes multiple times. Joseph also co-hosts the "Star Wars" podcast feed, "ForceCenter." Joseph has released multiple comedy albums including 2015’s "Rebel Scum" and 2013’s "Flaw Fest." John Hodgman said of the album, “I am glad Joseph Scrimshaw has the power of thought and audible speech, or else this very funny album would not exist.