Matt Goldich began performing stand-up comedy in 1999 when he was a sophomore at Brown University, where he founded the Brown Stand-Up Comics. In 2001 he was selected as one of the "five funniest college students in America" by HBO.com and performed at the US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado. He resides in New York, where he has performed at clubs such as Carolines and Gotham Comedy Club and alternative venues such as Luna Lounge and PSNBC. He also performs all over the country at clubs, colleges, and anywhere else that will have him. He writes for the ESPN game show "Stump the Schwab" and will be contributing a chapter to the upcoming book "Bar Mitzvah Disco", a humorous collection of photos and essays about the Bar Mitzvah culture of the 1980's and 90's.