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About Julian McCullough

One night when Julian McCullough was six years old he was taken to a grown-up party by his parents. He immediately charmed a small circle of women with his wit and boyish good looks. He quickly made his move. "My mom said it's OK if I sleep over at your house." The women all cracked up in joyous laughter at this pint sized Lothario. Julian McCullough's insatiable need to make people laugh was born.

Julian honed his comedy chops in schoolyards across America as his parents constantly uprooted and enrolled him in new schools. By the time college rolled around, he was ready to enter the world of stand-up comedy. While attending Rutgers University, Julian took a job as house MC of the prestigious Stress Factory Comedy Club. Six years later he burst onto the New York comedy scene, quickly establishing himself in the city's best clubs and has opened for Lewis Black, Colin Quinn, Brian Regan, Kevin James and Dave Chappelle. He has also been turning the heads of major television networks. In... Read More »

One night when Julian McCullough was six years old he was taken to a grown-up party by his parents. He immediately charmed a small circle of women with his wit and boyish good looks. He quickly made his move. "My mom said it's OK if I sleep over at your house." The women all cracked up in joyous laughter at this pint sized Lothario. Julian McCullough's insatiable need to make people laugh was born.

Julian honed his comedy chops in schoolyards across America as his parents constantly uprooted and enrolled him in new schools. By the time college rolled around, he was ready to enter the world of stand-up comedy. While attending Rutgers University, Julian took a job as house MC of the prestigious Stress Factory Comedy Club. Six years later he burst onto the New York comedy scene, quickly establishing himself in the city's best clubs and has opened for Lewis Black, Colin Quinn, Brian Regan, Kevin James and Dave Chappelle. He has also been turning the heads of major television networks. In addition to Julian's "Live at Gotham" appearance on Comedy Central, the network has recently cast him as the sharp witted host of their newest game show, "Shut Up and Deal." He can also be seen in his own half-hour special "Comedy Central Presents: Julian McCullough." This is just the beginning of what will no doubt be many television appearances.