Who the Hell Does He Think He is?
Blake Wexler started doing stand-up at the age of 15 as a high school student in Philadelphia, continued performing in Boston while attending Emerson College, and ultimately moved to Los Angeles in 2011.
In addition to writing for and appearing on Comedy Central & ABC, Blake also has been a featured performer in (too) many comedy festivals and can be regularly heard on The Cracked, Daily Zeitgeist & The Todd Glass Show podcasts.
All four of Blake’s critically acclaimed stand-up comedy records debuted at #1 on the iTunes & Amazon comedy charts, and his album 12 Years of Voicemails from Todd Glass to Blake Wexler charted on Billboard.
Blake’s debut hour stand-up special Daddy Long Legs was released in September 2023 with 800 Pound Gorilla Media, and critics have said it makes a “grand impression” with “an agile balance of silly and sincere, exuberance and nuance.” It currently has 127,000+ views on YouTube.