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About Reese Waters

Reese has headlined and performed his smart yet grounded stand-up comedy all across the United States. In April 2008, Reese won the annual Caroline's March Madness Comedy Competition. His television appearances include Good Morning America and BET-J's My Two Cents and he has been featured on National Public Radio.

Before officially taking the stage, he amused himself in his high school dormitory (surprisingly, boarding schools do still exist) by pouring gravy on toilet seats and executing his self-titled 'Sour Milk bomb'. Fights ensued. Forever the class clown, Reese began performing when he matriculated to Columbia University, where he joined an improv troupe and began traveling around campus entertaining unpopular students. Reese summoned the courage and malt liquor to venture downtown into New York's comedy scene to try his luck at a local open mike - the silence was no deterrent. With each show, Reese felt more and more comfortable onstage and with the audience. Five months... Read More »

Reese has headlined and performed his smart yet grounded stand-up comedy all across the United States. In April 2008, Reese won the annual Caroline's March Madness Comedy Competition. His television appearances include Good Morning America and BET-J's My Two Cents and he has been featured on National Public Radio.

Before officially taking the stage, he amused himself in his high school dormitory (surprisingly, boarding schools do still exist) by pouring gravy on toilet seats and executing his self-titled 'Sour Milk bomb'. Fights ensued. Forever the class clown, Reese began performing when he matriculated to Columbia University, where he joined an improv troupe and began traveling around campus entertaining unpopular students. Reese summoned the courage and malt liquor to venture downtown into New York's comedy scene to try his luck at a local open mike - the silence was no deterrent. With each show, Reese felt more and more comfortable onstage and with the audience. Five months later, now at his 27th open mike, he got his first laugh.

Throughout his college years, Reese performed anywhere and everywhere he could, from amateur nights and open mikes at underground New York City comedy clubs to impromptu late night performances for passed out students in dormitory lounges. The apex of his college career came during his junior year, when he was selected to appear on Good Morning America as a part of their 'Up All Night' campaign.

After four years in the New York comedy circuit during college, Reese headed back to his hometown and became a regular in the DC metro area comedy clubs before relocating to San Francisco with its rich comedic history and high bum-to-street-corner ratio, in search of a new audience and a new challenge. After two years of experimentation in the Bay area, Reese returned to New York rejuvenated and refreshed, as lease breakers generally do. Also a writer, he writes regularly for AM New York. Reese amuses himself by watching the show Cold Case and searching for reasonable explanations for watching the show Cold Case.