At first glance, Liam Hales and his Viking-build would seem better suited to entertain the masses on any given Sunday, but thankfully, his knees are made of raisins. Liam was born in Queens, New York, raised in New Hampshire (“Live Free or Die,” it’s the law) and went to college in Boston, where he learned the single greatest lesson of his life, and that’s: In fact, you can mortgage your future to learn the oxford comma.
He’s now a regular with one of the premier comedy festivals in the world, Boston Comedy Festival aka: the Comic’s Comedy Festival. He’s been performing in live clubs for more than a decade with topics wide and varied from his Viking ancestry, his love of science, and the folly of life as a Giant.
A New York City Native, Adam Hunter is one of the hottest comedians around today. He headlines all over the country, putting his heart and soul into every performance with an act that is brash, deep and hilarious. Adam was a finalist on “Last Comic Standing”, has twice appeared on Jay Leno’s “Tonight Show”, “Chelsea Lately”, ”The Late Late Show”, MTV, VH1, TruTV, CBS, Comedy Central, Nickelodeon’s “See Dad Run”, “The Real Husbands of Hollywood”, MTV’s “Acting Out” and performed at arenas, colleges and clubs all over the world. He’s also done numerous military tours for our Armed Services on bases in the Far East, Middle East, Africa and South America as well as here at home.
A prolific writer, Adam was the head writer of the “MMA Awards” for 6 years running and his current projects include the TV Pilot “Kamikaze Comedy” of which he was also the the EP and host and “So You Think You’re A Tough Guy”, “Adam Hunter’s A.D.D.” and two Feature Scripts, “Pinned” and “Comic Stripped”. He also currently hosts “The MMA Roasted Podcast” on FOX Sports. His “Texts from Last Fight” is also featured on Foxsports.com in conjunction with the UFC.
He was the host of the TV show “Man Up Stand Up” on MavTV” and has appeared on Showtime’s “Whiteboyz in Da Hood,” “Comic’s Unleashed, “Entertainers,” “Latino Laugh Festival,” and “Loco Comedy Jam” and appeared in sketches on “Conan O’Brien” and “Jimmy Kimmel”. He was the subject of the MTV show “True Life I am a Comic”.
On stage Adam talks about his issues concerning relationships, his dysfunctional family, and other life observations. He brings his most painful experiences such as his mother abandoning the family when he was 3, his family history with substance abuse, his issues with women, religion, pop culture and more to the stage in a hilarious matter in which everyone can identify with. Adam can bring down any house with his view of the world. Adam Hunter is a star in the making and you definitely want to catch his act!