Andrew Orvedahl is a comedian and person currently based in Los Angeles. If you were a comedy sommelier, you might say his comedy is somewhat cerebral, with a dry finish and floral notes of sarcasm. He prefers mixing real-life stories with creative (and often improvised) observations within those stories. He is a regular at his home club, the renowned Comedy Works in Denver, and has performed at the Montreal Just for Laughs, Bridgetown, Aspen, Las Vegas, Seattle, and Great American comedy festivals.
Andrew is one-third of Denver’s comedy supergroup The Grawlix, who sold their sitcom pilot Those Who Can’t to Amazon Studios and then again to truTV. The third season of Those Who Can’t is scheduled to premiere in late 2018.
In 2014, Andrew made his late night debut on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and then appeared on Last Call with Carson Daly. Andrew has a stand-up album Hit the Dick Lights—the album was named one of the top 10 comedy specials of 2013 by Time Out New York. In 2012, Andrew was awarded Denver’s prestigious ‘Mastermind’ award for his support of comedy culture in the city.
In 2010, Andrew created the hit storytelling show and podcast The Narrators, a show that continues today in Denver and San Diego.