A writer and comic living in the Big Apple.
Sam Rubinoff is a stand-up comedian and writer that performs nightly around New York City. Sam placed 3rd at the 2016 New York Comedy Club competition. He’s also performed at the New York Comedy Festival and the Hoboken Comedy Festival, where he was a guest on The Artie Lange Podcast.
Sam is the creator and star of the web series “Dog Days,” a six-episode comedy about the misadventures of a dog walker in New York City. He is currently working on Sam’s Mourning News, a weekly topical web series. Previously, Sam was a writer for AOL's “Truth About Today,” a this-day-in-history web series that put a humorous spin on actual events (there’s one for each day of the year). Sam is also a cast member of "Rachet Ass Trivia " (if you don't already know what rachet is, don't look it up) that was featured at the New York Comedy Festival.
I know I'm supposed to make this whole site funny, but writing a bio about myself is really making me nauseous. Seriously, how do people stomach writing entire memoirs? I can barely make it through this paragraph.