The longest-running program on Comedy Central, The Daily Show has won 24 Emmy Awards and remains more culturally relevant than ever. Host Trevor Noah’s brilliant wit pierces the cultural conversation, making it one of the most engaging and hysterically funny shows on late night. From failed dating lives and the complexity of cat ownership, to today’s jaw-dropping politics, join four of the funniest Daily Show writers, out from behind the scenes, as they share more of the jokes that make Americans laugh on the Daily.
Kat Radley was featured in 2018 in Glamour Magazine and The Hollywood Reporter as one of the top female writers in late night. She has performed standup on FOX’s Laughs, and her jokes can be heard on Sirius XM Radio, Pandora, Spotify, and her debut iTunes album, “The Important Thing Is That I’m Pretty.” Kat has opened for Maria Bamford and headlined SF Sketchfest and the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston.
Matt Koff won an Emmy for his work at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and his standup has appeared on Comedy Central and the History Channel. Matt’s debut comedy album, “Who’s My Little Guy,” was released on 800 Pound Gorilla Records during the summer of 2019.
Joe Opio, an Ugandan-native, is a trained lawyer and accountant in addition to being a comic writer for the Daily Show. An observational satirist, Joe’s standup has been seen on three different continents from South Africa through Switzerland, to the biggest comedy clubs in New York. He has written over 360 episodes of The Daily Show and is a WGA Award nominee.
Randall Otis is a writer, comedian and actor who has performed around the country, including the New York Comedy Festival, the New South Comedy Festival and more. He was featured on VICE, Above Average, AllDefDigital, and has written for The Huffington Post including “Scientists Discover Another Thing You’re Too Stupid To Understand” and “Absence Makes The Heart Grow Fonder and Other Reasons I Abandoned My Family!”
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