Scott Aukerman (born July 2, 1970) is an American writer, actor, comedian, television personality, director, producer, and podcast host. Starting as a writer and performer in the later seasons of the sketch series Mr. Show, Aukerman is best known as the host of the weekly comedy podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! as well as the IFC original television series of the same name. Aukerman is the co-creator of Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis and co-founder of the Earwolf podcast network.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It's been awhile since Scott Aukerman's "Comedy Bang! Bang!" podcast has brought the laughs to North Carolina, but this August “Humanity’s Podcast™”makes its return to the Tar Heel state. "Comedy Bang! Bang! Live!" is making a stop in Charlotte at the Knight...
It's been a while, but Scott Aukerman's long-running podcast Comedy Bang! Bang! will be out this summer for a North American tour. Joining Scott on all dates except Seattle will be Paul F. Tompkins, as well as a rotating cast of "CBB All-Stars" to be announced. All dates are listed below.
Click here to read the full article. Will Ferrell has become a big player in the fledgling podcast world and he’s just getting started.
During a keynote interview at the Podcast Movement Evolutions event, where he was interviewed by Conal Byrne, CEO of the iHeart Digital Audio Group, which is partners on Ferrell’s Big Money Players Network podcast company, he unveiled a pair of new shows.
This includes The Big Sexy Interview Show with Michael Bolton and a standup comedy series The Feed.
The Big Sexy Interview Show with Michael Bolton comes from The Lonely Island’s Akiva Schaffer and Comedy Bang Bang’s Scott...
Back in 2009, comedian and writer Scott Aukerman launched Comedy Death-Ray Radio, a program that brought in comedians and entertainers to participate in a satirical talk show hosted by Aukerman, as guests played characters with outlandish backstories. While it began as a genuine radio show, the next two years would see the project evolve and become the Comedy Bang Bang podcast, which would only continue to grow in popularity and eventually earn five seasons of a TV series on IFC, multiple nation-wide tours, and a variety of spin-offs, in addition to paving the way for what could be accomplished with the medium.