Sketch - Topical / Socially Relevant
Do you think you can come up with a better caption for this still from the new Pocketwatch video “Kids Destroy the Planet”? Use the tag #Pocketwatch on tumblr, or tweet / Instagram us at @ucbcomedy. Let’s see what you’ve got!
It may be raining outside, but we still have a sketch to shoot inside. Here are some behind the scenes from today - going live July 28th!
Here ye, here ye, UCB followers. This Monday, we have a special, digital edition (see the bold AND italics there?) of our Closeup. From the outstanding and hilarious team Pocketwatch, we introduce you to member Tim “Timothy” Dunn.
Hailing from Chicago, Timothy graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in communications, and joined the UCB community in 2008. Now based in New York City, Tim has graced the UCB stage in such shows as “GORILLA GORILLA,” “mixtape 98” and “Neighbor Boy.” He’s been a part of the UCB Theatre since 2008, and has also been seen as half of the two person show “How Rude: Tim and D’arcy Find the 90s!” and in the one-act play “Waiting for Obama: A Night at the Disney Hall of Presidents.”
If you haven’t seen him on the UCB stage, you might have seen him perform in his Off and Off-Off Broadway performances. Or perhaps you’ve seen him on the screen in appearances on Conan, hosting NatGeo segments, on the Animal Planet, or doing comedy for Comedy Central and MTV. Yes, he’s a very talented (and evidently very busy) lad.
In addition to his penchant for “insanely spicy foods” and “strong coffee” (we sincerely hope these two aren’t consumed together) you can see Timothy on the web in a variety of UCB Digital content, such as with UCBs SCRAPS and most recently. with the digital team Pocketwatch.
Pocketwatch just released a video today (just above this blurb) so make sure to check it out and stay tuned for what they come up with next! This is a digital team that you’ve gotta be sure to #watch. And, if you can’t get enough, follow him on twitter, check out his IMDB and UCB bio, and his own personal website.
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