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About Sean Sullivan

Sean Sullivan has secured his place in the Boston comedy scene by pursuing new and innovative ways of entertaining audiences. With his quick wit and strong improvisational talents, audiences never exactly know what they are about to get when he takes the stage.

As host of the only live late-night talk show in Boston, Sean was recently profiled for his work in the Boston Globe and was named one of the top six "Fools" in the city for the Boston Herald's "April Fool's Day" spread. Recently, Sean hooked up with some of the top alternative comics in Boston to form the sketch comedy team, The Untrainables, and critically acclaimed comedy duo, The Seans.

A graduate of UMass Amherst, Sean developed his playwriting skills and saw a number of his one-act plays performed before very receptive audiences. Feeling trapped by the vast expanses of farmland found in Western Mass, Sean stole away to New York City in the fall of 2004 to serve as a research intern at "Late Night with Conan O'Brien."... Read More »

Sean Sullivan has secured his place in the Boston comedy scene by pursuing new and innovative ways of entertaining audiences. With his quick wit and strong improvisational talents, audiences never exactly know what they are about to get when he takes the stage.

As host of the only live late-night talk show in Boston, Sean was recently profiled for his work in the Boston Globe and was named one of the top six "Fools" in the city for the Boston Herald's "April Fool's Day" spread. Recently, Sean hooked up with some of the top alternative comics in Boston to form the sketch comedy team, The Untrainables, and critically acclaimed comedy duo, The Seans.

A graduate of UMass Amherst, Sean developed his playwriting skills and saw a number of his one-act plays performed before very receptive audiences. Feeling trapped by the vast expanses of farmland found in Western Mass, Sean stole away to New York City in the fall of 2004 to serve as a research intern at "Late Night with Conan O'Brien." In the fall of 2008, Sean advanced to the semi-finals of the Boston Comedy Festival.

Now, armed with a B.A. from the flagship campus of a fledgling state university system and delusions of grandeur, Sean is poised to continue spreading his brand of loose and refreshing comedy wherever eager audiences wait.