Roy Wood Jr

Roy Wood Jr


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About Roy Wood Jr

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Roy Wood Jr. is an Emmy-nominated comedian, writer, producer, actor, radio personality, and
podcaster primarily known for his stand-up comedy and work as a correspondent on Comedy Central’s
The Daily Show since 2015.
He has executive produced several projects including the PBS documentary The Neutral Ground, an HBO
MAX project 1% Happy and an untitled medical field comedy for NBC. He collaborates on two Comedy
Central podcasts, Roy’s Job Fair and Beyond the Scenes. In 2017, he was named the host of Comedy
Central’s This Is Not Happening. He has performed several stand-up specials on Comedy Central. His
second stand-up special, Roy Wood Jr.: No One Loves You, remains Comedy Central’s highest-rated
original stand-up premiere.
He has entertained millions across stage, television, and radio. Before The Daily Show, co-starred in
three seasons in TBS’s Sullivan & Son, and he remains a regular guest star on various ESPN shows and
the MLB Network. He has been published in The New York Times. Forbes declared he is “One of
comedy’s best journalists,” Entertainment Weekly has described his thought-provoking comedy as “. . .
charismatic crankiness. . .” and Variety Magazine named him “One of 10 Comics to Watch in 2016.”
In 2006, he debuted on network television on The Late Show with David Letterman. In 2008, he
appeared on HBO’s historic Def Comedy Jam and was selected by America as one of the top three
finalists on Last Comic Standing on NBC. He has appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyer, Conan, The
Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. He also performed on
numerous USO Tours for our Troops stationed everywhere from Guam to Iraq to the Philippines.
During the pandemic, Roy has spent time raising money for the displaced staff of comedy clubs through and Laugh Aid. In his hometown of Birmingham, Alabama, his philanthropic
endeavors include supporting Workshops, Inc., which enriches lives by helping people with disabilities
and other employment barriers achieve their vocational potential. The DUBS Baseball Academy is an
investment in sports to change lives. STAIR of Birmingham, where tutoring empowers students to read
better and dream bigger. Also, I See Me, Inc., where the mission is to dismantle the school-to-prison
pipeline by increasing the literacy rates in children of color by engaging them in the literature that
reflects their culture and image.