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About Bob Oschack

Bob Oschack came to Los Angeles by way of Austin, Texas, where he won first place in the prestigious Austin Comedy Festival in 1994--three months after his first time onstage. Too "green" to become a regular at any of the Los Angeles comedy clubs, Bob got a job working the ticket booth at The Comedy Store while honing his act in venues across the city ranging from juice bars to teen correctional facilities. In 1999, Bob caught the eye of comedian Bob Saget, who then introduced him on an episode of "Oprah" about comedians and their protégés. Since then Bob has also performed stand-up on "The Martin Short Show," "Late Friday," Comedy Central's Premium Blend, and finally, his own half hour Comedy Central special in March of 2004.

While performing stand-up, Bob also pursued a TV writing career, which went from writing quiz questions for Mexican game shows to two Sports Emmy nominations for his work on "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" to his current job as a writer and... Read More »
Bob Oschack came to Los Angeles by way of Austin, Texas, where he won first place in the prestigious Austin Comedy Festival in 1994--three months after his first time onstage. Too "green" to become a regular at any of the Los Angeles comedy clubs, Bob got a job working the ticket booth at The Comedy Store while honing his act in venues across the city ranging from juice bars to teen correctional facilities. In 1999, Bob caught the eye of comedian Bob Saget, who then introduced him on an episode of "Oprah" about comedians and their protégés. Since then Bob has also performed stand-up on "The Martin Short Show," "Late Friday," Comedy Central's Premium Blend, and finally, his own half hour Comedy Central special in March of 2004.

While performing stand-up, Bob also pursued a TV writing career, which went from writing quiz questions for Mexican game shows to two Sports Emmy nominations for his work on "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" to his current job as a writer and on-air correspondent on Dennis Miller's CNBC talk show.

A veteran of the Montreal, Chicago and Aspen Comedy Festivals, Bob now performs regularly at The Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, Improv, and, of course, the occasional teen correctional facility.