Daniel Tosh

Daniel Tosh is currently one of the most requested headliners in the country. He has also quickly evolved into one of the most popular and successful college acts, performing at more than seven hundred campuses. Daniel’s casual style and sharp material have proven to be greatly appreciated by his audiences, young and old (but mostly young).

Daniel showcased at the NACA Northeast and Wisconsin regional conferences in 2002, NACA West in 2003, and the 2003 NACA National Convention.  He accepted his 2011 NACA Hall of Fame Award via a video presentation at the Kick-Off of the National Convention in St. Louis.

Daniel made his network debut on The Late Show with David Letterman, and has returned to perform several times since. Daniel has appeared multiple times on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Previous television credits include The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Last Call with Carson Daly, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend and Friday Night Stand-Up,VH1’s Best Week Ever, and FX’s The Test. In 2002, he taped his first stand-up special, Comedy Central Presents Daniel Tosh, at the Hudson Theatre in New York City. While still living in Florida, Daniel hosted his own popular late-night television show, Tens.

Daniel has performed at the most significant comedy festivals across the globe, as well as HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.

Daniel recently shot his fourth television project for MTV Networks, as well as a comedy pilot for Turner Television entitled Short Flix. When not performing comedy, Daniel surfs, gambles and continues to pursue his interests in acting, hosting and writing.


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