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Chris Hardwick is a comedian, actor, TV host, author, musician, writer, producer, and podcaster. He is perhaps best known for his work on the two-time Emmy Award-winning Comedy Central show, @midnight, which he hosted throughout the duration of its 600 episodes. His widely popular podcast, Id10t, attracts some of the world's most influential people including Sir Paul McCartney, Jordan Peele, Tom Hanks, Bill Gates, Jamie Lee Curtis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joaquin Phoenix, Jodie Foster, and Kristen Bell. In 2019, he expanded id10t.com [id10t.com] to include a merch portal for both licensed and original IP pop culture goods. Hardwick is also host and executive producer of NBC's hit game show series The Wall, featuring everyday people and families competing for life-altering amounts of money in a game of knowledge, camaraderie, and luck. The series is now entering its third season and will air later this year. He also serves as host of the Emmy-nominated Talking Dead (currently in its ninth season) an after-show analysis of the iconic Walking Dead franchise, part of his extensive multi-year deal with AMC.

On stage, Hardwick continues to solidify himself as one of today's top touring comedians hitting the road again in 2020, this time incorporating music into his stand-up for the "Wizard Guitar Tour," which will hit 30 cities around the US. Following his 2012 standup special, Mandroid, Hardwick toured his 2016 show, Funcomfortable, during which he shot a one-hour comedy special of the same name. Both aired on Comedy Central and are available on iTunes, Amazon, and cc.com [cc.com].

Hardwick's own television production company, Fish Ladder, has a first-look deal with AMC Studios where several projects are currently in the works. Broadening his production duties, Hardwick joins the Blumhouse family though a three-picture first-look deal. Additionally, the fanatical horror fan will step behind the camera for one of the films he's set to produce, adding the title of director to his already extensive resume.


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Chris Hardwick was born on the starship Enterprise and is the product of two red-shirts that quickly met their demise in a transporter lovemaking mishap. He was banished by the Federation to earth after "inappropriate conduct" on the holodeck with a computer-generated Buffy Summers. Since then, Chris has become a professional stand-up comedian and a self proclaimed nerd. He hosts "The Soup's" geeky little brother show "Web Soup," and plays with gadgets on "Attack of the Show," both on a channel that awkward teenage boys refer to as "G4." Chris is also a writer for Wired Magazine and a talking cow on Nickelodeon's "Back at the Barnyard." He is fully aware that there are no male cows with udders in life so please keep that question in your brain.

In his spare time, Ensign Hardwick is attempting to build an evil nerd empire under the moniker "Nerdist", which includes: a wildly popular blog at Nerdist.com, a top ten comedy podcast on iTunes, a following of 1.3 million delightful supplicants on Twitter, a book from the wise publishers at The Penguin Group, and his very own social network called "The Node", each of which makes up a different arm of a growing corporate beast that Hardwick hopes, "...will one day bring destruction and ruin to the mouth-breathing, jock masses...paving the way for a world where video games are free, Cheetos are currency and robot concubines vigorously endeavor to sate our sexual thirsts."

Chris makes regular appearances on Chelsea Lately, The Soup and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Many weekends out of the calendar year, he uses an electric amplification device to make strangers in comedy club settings like him by telling jokes, most likely due to a deep-seeded need for attention that was forged during his tormentingly unpopular junior high years. Additionally, he has played at numerous comedy/music festivals including Just for Laughs, US Comedy Arts, SF Sketchfest, SXSW, Coachella, Bumbershoot.

He currently resides in Los Angeles while enjoying salt & vinegar chips and Doctor Who marathons.
Chris Hardwick is a comedian, actor, TV host, author, musician, writer, producer, and podcaster. He is perhaps best known for his work on the two-time Emmy Award-winning Comedy Central show, @midnight, which he hosted throughout the duration of its 600 episodes. His widely popular podcast, Id10t, attracts some of the world's most influential people including Sir Paul McCartney, Jordan Peele, Tom Hanks, Bill Gates, Jamie Lee Curtis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joaquin Phoenix, Jodie Foster, and Kristen Bell. In 2019, he expanded id10t.com [id10t.com] to include a merch portal for both licensed and original IP pop culture goods. Hardwick is also host and executive producer of NBC's hit game show series The Wall, featuring everyday people and families competing for life-altering amounts of money in a game of knowledge, camaraderie, and luck. The series is now entering its third season and will air later this year. He also serves as host of the Emmy-nominated Talking Dead (currently in its ninth season) an after-show analysis of the iconic Walking Dead franchise, part of his extensive multi-year deal with AMC.

On stage, Hardwick continues to solidify himself as one of today's top touring comedians hitting the road again in 2020, this time incorporating music into his stand-up for the "Wizard Guitar Tour," which will hit 30 cities around the US. Following his 2012 standup special, Mandroid, Hardwick toured his 2016 show, Funcomfortable, during which he shot a one-hour comedy special of the same name. Both aired on Comedy Central and are available on iTunes, Amazon, and cc.com [cc.com].

Hardwick's own television production company, Fish Ladder, has a first-look deal with AMC Studios where several projects are currently in the works. Broadening his production duties, Hardwick joins the Blumhouse family though a three-picture first-look deal. Additionally, the fanatical horror fan will step behind the camera for one of the films he's set to produce, adding the title of director to his already extensive resume.


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Chris Hardwick was born on the starship Enterprise and is the product of two red-shirts that quickly met their demise in a transporter lovemaking mishap. He was banished by the Federation to earth after "inappropriate conduct" on the holodeck with a computer-generated Buffy Summers. Since then, Chris has become a professional stand-up comedian and a self proclaimed nerd. He hosts "The Soup's" geeky little brother show "Web Soup," and plays with gadgets on "Attack of the Show," both on a channel that awkward teenage boys refer to as "G4." Chris is also a writer for Wired Magazine and a talking cow on Nickelodeon's "Back at the Barnyard." He is fully aware that there are no male cows with udders in life so please keep that question in your brain.

In his spare time, Ensign Hardwick is attempting to build an evil nerd empire under the moniker "Nerdist", which includes: a wildly popular blog at Nerdist.com, a top ten comedy podcast on iTunes, a following of 1.3 million delightful supplicants on Twitter, a book from the wise publishers at The Penguin Group, and his very own social network called "The Node", each of which makes up a different arm of a growing corporate beast that Hardwick hopes, "...will one day bring destruction and ruin to the mouth-breathing, jock masses...paving the way for a world where video games are free, Cheetos are currency and robot concubines vigorously endeavor to sate our sexual thirsts."

Chris makes regular appearances on Chelsea Lately, The Soup and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Many weekends out of the calendar year, he uses an electric amplification device to make strangers in comedy club settings like him by telling jokes, most likely due to a deep-seeded need for attention that was forged during his tormentingly unpopular junior high years. Additionally, he has played at numerous comedy/music festivals including Just for Laughs, US Comedy Arts, SF Sketchfest, SXSW, Coachella, Bumbershoot.

He currently resides in Los Angeles while enjoying salt & vinegar chips and Doctor Who marathons.
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