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About Andy Woodhull

Andy Woodhull grew up in Elkhart, IN, where he enjoyed his mother's cooking, lake effect snow and all the advantages of living in the motor home capital of the world. After graduating high school he attended Saint Louis University, where he earned degrees in Environmental Science and Geology. These look amazing hanging on the wall of his office.

In 2004, Andy won the St. Louis leg of the Laugh Across America Contest, and he was invited to perform at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. In 2005, Andy's unique sense of humor won him the Carnival Comedy Challenge in Chicago, and later that same year he inspired a man in a Boston bar to beat the stuffing out of him (true story -- he has the x-rays to prove it). In 2008, Andy won the Butterfinger Comedy Showdown. In 2009, Andy will be performing at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, the Great American Comedy Festival at the Johnny Carson Theater and on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham."

Andy has a residence in Chicago but spends... Read More »

Andy Woodhull grew up in Elkhart, IN, where he enjoyed his mother's cooking, lake effect snow and all the advantages of living in the motor home capital of the world. After graduating high school he attended Saint Louis University, where he earned degrees in Environmental Science and Geology. These look amazing hanging on the wall of his office.

In 2004, Andy won the St. Louis leg of the Laugh Across America Contest, and he was invited to perform at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. In 2005, Andy's unique sense of humor won him the Carnival Comedy Challenge in Chicago, and later that same year he inspired a man in a Boston bar to beat the stuffing out of him (true story -- he has the x-rays to prove it). In 2008, Andy won the Butterfinger Comedy Showdown. In 2009, Andy will be performing at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, the Great American Comedy Festival at the Johnny Carson Theater and on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham."

Andy has a residence in Chicago but spends most of his time at comedy clubs across the country, avoiding bar fights and missing his mom's cooking.