Mary Mack (comedian) Biography
Mary Mack (comedian) is an American comedian, musician, and writer. She has also been featured on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show, XM’s National Lampoon’s Comedy Network, and Minnesota’s Polka Spotlight.
After winning the 2005 California’s Funniest Female Contest, she was a finalist in Comedy Central’s Open Mic Fight, and HBO’s Andy Kaufman Awards (2007), and has appeared in Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, and both the Montreal and Vancouver comedy festivals.
Her two live albums “Either You Wake Up or You Don’t” and “Pinch Finger Girl: A Tragedomedy” (available at (link hidden)) have been popular with listeners internationally.
Mary Mack (comedian) Age
Mary Mack (comedian) was born on July 25, 1975, in the United States of America. She is 44 years old as of 2019. was born in Minnesota to parents from Duluth and raised near Webster, Wisconsin.
Mary Mack (comedian) Net worth
Mary (comedian) has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million dollars as of 2019.
Mary Mack (comedian) Early life
Mack (comedian) was born in Minnesota to parents from Duluth and raised near Webster, Wisconsin. She taught music at the elementary and middle school levels in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and Nashville, Tennessee, and played in a polka band before moving to Minneapolis, Minnesota, to pursue a career in comedy.
Mary Mack (comedian) Husband
Mary married Tim Harmston who is also a stand-up comedian based in the Minneapolis United States.
Mary Mack (comedian) Musician, and writer
Mary Mack (comedian) is a comedian and folk humorist whose essays and sketches have been heard on public radio in numerous states,
Mack has performed at the Vancouver Comedy Fest, the Andy Kaufman Awards, and the Just For Laughs Festival in Montrea.
She voiced the character Dylan Beekler in the first season of Golan the Insatiable and made a guest voice appearance as a drunken Zeeble in Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
She has performed on such shows as Last Comic Standing, Conan, and Last Call with Carson Daly.
Mary Mack Comedian
Mary Mack (comedian) admits that she got into standup comedy “probably for all the wrong reasons.” The comedian was born in Minnesota and grew up in Wisconsin, the youngest of six children “so no one ever listened to me,” she tells Seven Days. People are listening to her now.
Mack and her distinctive midwestern twang have been heard on podcasts such as WTF With Marc Maron and radio shows such as “The Bob & Tom Show” and American Public Media’s “Wits.”
As a voice-over actor, she’s appeared frequently on “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” on the Cartoon Network’s late-night program Adult Swim. She voiced Dylan, the lead character of the short-lived late-night cartoon “Golan the Insatiable” on Fox.
But Mack is most in her element as a standup comedian. In that capacity, she’s popped up on the national TV comedy shows “Last Comic Standing” and “Live at Gotham” and made the late-night talk show rounds.
Mack, who often tours with her husband, fellow comedian Tim Harmston, and their dog, Dingo, has an inviting conversational style.
Calling herself a “folk humorist,” she tends to root her comedy in homespun stories about growing up in a tiny heartland town. But her pleasant midwestern charm can obscure the subtle bite and outright goofiness of her material.
Equally charming (and goofy) are the songs she plays during her sets on mandolin and sometimes clarinet. Mack’s unique combination of wit, style and music have landed her gigs at some of the most prestigious comedy events in North America, including Montréal’s Just for Laughs festival, the Andy Kaufman Award, the JFL NorthWest in Vancouver and the SF Sketchfest in San Francisco.
Mack and Harmston and possibly Dingo will perform five shows in three nights this week at Vermont Comedy Club in Burlington: Thursday through Saturday, October 26 to 28. Mack recently spoke with Seven Days by phone from a thrift shop, where she was doing “serious business.”
Mary Mack (comedian) Movies
- Twin Cities
- Special Moments By Oksana
Mary Mack (comedian) Tv Shows
- Golan the Insatiable
2013 – 2015
- Solar Opposites
Mary Mack (comedian) Twitter
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