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Brandon Burkhart

comedy Writer
Los Angeles, California
I'm a Los Angeles-based Latinx comedy writer who hails from San Antonio, Texas. I was one of 7 writers from over 900 applicants chosen for the 2020 NBC Late Night Writers Workshop. My sci-fi sitcom pilot "Mars Bar" won third place in the 2020 Cinequest Screenwriting Competition, was a Finalist in the 2020 PAGE Awards and made the Top 100 Pilots in the 2020 Launch Pad Pilot Competition. My horror-comedy pilot "Salvador Dolly" is a Semifinalist at WeScreenplay and made the Quarterfinals at Screencraft.

For the past three years, I've been head writer for the late night show "The Night Cap with Stacy Rumaker," which in pre-pandemic times ran monthly at The Virgil in East Hollywood. My sketches have been featured at Comedy Central Stage, San Francisco Sketchfest, Second City's LA Diversity in Comedy Festival, and the Hollywood Fringe Festival. As a storyteller, I've won the Moth StorySLAM four times, including the Moth GrandSLAM.