Biography

Ryan Stout is the winner of the 2005 Boston Comedy Festival. He is also one of the few comedians to perform at both HBO’s The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas and HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, CO. He made his television debut on Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham in 2007. That same year he filmed pilot episodes for two separate television shows for MTV, “I.Q.” and a remake of the hit show “Singled Out,” co-hosted by, Miss USA 2006, Tara Conner. By the end of the year MTV had him hosting the talk show A Shot at Love: The Hangover. In early 2008, he hosted a special called MTV’s Most Valuable Players, went on to host MTV’s Spring Break 2008,[2] and hosted a series called MTV’s Ranked. In the midst of all his television work he still managed to continue doing stand-up all over the United States and performed at the prestigious Just For Laughs International Comedy Festival in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Hosting opportunities continued at MTV, including several more game show pilots and conducting reunion episodes of several of the network’s reality shows. He also started making appearances on WGN’s The Bob and Tom Show and E! Entertainment Television’s Chelsea Lately.

Most recently, his Comedy Central Presents half-hour stand-up special premiered on April 30, 2010 which earned him the #10 spot in Comedy Central’s yearly Stand-up Showdown in 2011. Later that year Stout made his late-night stand-up debut on Conan[3]

His debut album “Touché” will be released on December 6th, 2011, on Comedy Central Records.

Edited by katarokkar on 8 Dec 2011, 08:34

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