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Andrew Polk is a stand-up comedian working out of New Orleans.


He has been personally chosen by Louis C.K. as an opening act, Dave Attell had him feature while recording his Road Work special for Comedy Central, and he's opened theater and comedy club gigs for Hannibal Buress and Mark Normand, and he's toured the country with Todd Barry, Sean Patton, and Sam Tallent. 

Andrew's televised stand-up debut was on Vice's Flophouse, now available on Amazon Prime. He can also be seen on Jonah Ray's Hidden America and Esquire's Best Bars in America. He played Lee in Yes And, a comedy pilot starring Saturday Night Live's Brooks Wheelan. He co-wrote, directed, and performed in sketches for his two-man sketch group Massive Fraud.

Currently, he co-hosts Polk & Kush, a weekly jaunt into the world of New Orleans sports, politics, and culture with sports journalist Scott Kushner. 

“Andrew has the three qualities you want in an opening act: 1) he’s funny. 2) he’s not annoying. 3) he has a car.” - Todd Barry, Thank You For Coming to Hattiesburg

"No one is funnier than Polk." - Sam Tallent, Running the Light


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