As a comedian, writer, and on-air radio personality, Andy Ruther always keeps things fresh and interesting. Andy is the founder and host of the Dirty Sports podcast, which is a bi-weekly show that gives an edgy take on sports. Andy also held prior stints as a staff writer and daily on air personality for Dirty Pop with Lance Bass on SiriusXM.
Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Andy grew up loving sports, comedy, and embarrassing his parents. While attending Saint Louis University, he made his comedy debut at a sorority talent competition. This was fitting, because four years later, he founded the Original Frat Boys of Comedy. For three years he toured across the country, performing at more than 50 universities and college campuses.
In addition to writing for Dirty Pop with Lance Bass, Andy wrote a national weekly countdown show, The Pop2Kountdown with Lance Bass, which aired every weekend on SiriusXM.
Andy has also built a massive social media presence and is a co-founder/writer behind some of the most popular twitter feeds. He currently has a total reach of over 1.5 million followers, including more than 65,000 personal followers, and over 87,000 followers for his Dirty Sports podcast.
As a comedian, writer, and host, Andy never hesitates to share his opinion. He always keeps things informative, entertaining, and most importantly, funny. When he’s not working he enjoys Netflix and Taco Bell, and buying random things at Costco.
Born and raised in New York, Joe started doing stand-up regularly in New York City in 1999 while attending Lehigh University. During his time in New York his humor was featured as part of the Boston Comedy Festival, High Times Magazine, CBS College Sports (formerly CSTV), the NY Surf Film Festival, the Lighthouse International Film Festival and the Hamptons Film Festival, as well as clubs & colleges in and around the tri-state area.
For two years Joe hosted Miscellaneous, a popular variety show at Galapagos Art Space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
In 2010, Joe moved to Los Angeles to continue performing comedy and to chase his Hollywood dream…landing the role of Thomas Magnum in the feature film update of the hit 80’s TV show Magnum PI.
Since arriving in the West Coast, Joe has started another podcast, (the Kooks of Komedy with Lachlan Patterson) and recently made his stand-up TV debut AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live.