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About Rich Williams

Rich Williams is funny, even if his life story isn't. The deaths of just about everyone in his family by the time he was only eight years old, definitely shaped his morbid sense of humor. But instead of seeking sympathy, Rich went for laughs.

His comedy career started back in the mid 90's in his hometown of Schenectady, New York, performing for just about anyone who would listen. After three years working clubs across the U.S., he moved to Los Angeles.

His resume is eclectic to say the least. It runs the gamut from writing for President George W. Bush's Inaugural Ball to performing at the Adult Video Awards in Las Vegas.

Rich recently worked as a staff writer/performer on Fox Sports Net's The Best Damn Sports Show Period which landed him two Sports Emmy nominations. He is the head writer for Fox's Annual Super Bowl special, Howie Long's Tough Guys. This show has afforded him the opportunity to write for the likes of John Travolta, James Caan, Samuel L. Jackson, Charlton Heston... Read More »

Rich Williams is funny, even if his life story isn't. The deaths of just about everyone in his family by the time he was only eight years old, definitely shaped his morbid sense of humor. But instead of seeking sympathy, Rich went for laughs.

His comedy career started back in the mid 90's in his hometown of Schenectady, New York, performing for just about anyone who would listen. After three years working clubs across the U.S., he moved to Los Angeles.

His resume is eclectic to say the least. It runs the gamut from writing for President George W. Bush's Inaugural Ball to performing at the Adult Video Awards in Las Vegas.

Rich recently worked as a staff writer/performer on Fox Sports Net's The Best Damn Sports Show Period which landed him two Sports Emmy nominations. He is the head writer for Fox's Annual Super Bowl special, Howie Long's Tough Guys. This show has afforded him the opportunity to write for the likes of John Travolta, James Caan, Samuel L. Jackson, Charlton Heston and Burt Reynolds, among others.

Rich is currently in his third season writing for MTV's "NEXT" and "Date My Mom." He spends most of his free time writing dumb jokes, chasing girls and spooning with his two Australian Shepherds, Molly and Buddy.