Brian Frange started performing comedy in Bloomington, Indiana where he was the first house MC of The Comedy Attic which was named one of the Top 10 Comedy Clubs in America by USA Today. Since moving to New York City in 2009 Brian has had the privilege to feature for Paul Reiser (Mad About You), Amy Schumer (Inside Amy Schumer), Pete Holmes (The Pete Holmes Show), John Mulaney (SNL), and Eugene Mirman (Bob’s Burgers).
Brian was a featured comedian at the 2012 Bridgetown Comedy Festival, 2013 Limestone Comedy Festival, 2013 Gilda’s Laugh Fest, 2013 Cape Fear Comedy Festival, 2012 Laughing Devil Comedy Festival, 2012 and 2013 Hoboken Comedy Festival, 2013 Jersey City Comedy Festival and The 2008 and 2009 Bloomington Comedy Festivals. He has also appeared in Comedy Brew on Hulu Originals, in numerous videos for College Humor and in TimeOut NY’s Joke of the Week.
Brian is the host and creator of the conspiracy theory podcast The Unbelievable Podcast which in 2013 surpassed 350,000 downloads and was featured in the 2013 Limestone Comedy Festival alongside Pete Holmes' You Made It Weird and Doug Benson’s Dining With Doug & Karen.
In 2012, Brian created and produced The Great American Sketch Show: A Countdown to the 2012 Presidential Election which was featured in The New York Times. He is also one half of the sketch comedy duo Frange & Stern which has performed at The Magnet Theater and as part of New York Sketch Fest, The Fall Back Comedy Festival and The Bad Theater Festival. He has also appeared on two episodes of The Truth podcast which was featured on This American Life.
Brian is on a house improv team at The Magnet Theater in New York City. He produces the weekly stand-up show Free Candy in SoHo alongside Matt Koff (writer for The Daily Show), Emmy Blotnick (writer for MTV’s Nikki & Sara Live), Rob Stern (Tosh.0), and Gonzalo Cordova (Comedy Central).