Scottsdale Comedy Spot presents ADAM HUNTER
February 19, 2014
Scottsdale Comedy Spot presents Adam Hunter
Scottsdale Comedy Spot presents ADAM HUNTER!
Adam Hunter is one of the hottest young comedians around today. He is full of exciting energy that makes the crowd go wild. He headlines all over the country, putting his heart and soul into every performance with an act that is brash, deep, and hilarious. Hunter is one of the hardest working comics around, performing every night of the week, usually two or three shows a night. Hunter delivers a powerful message that keeps audiences on the edges of their seats.
Hunter was a top eight finalist on this season’s Last Comic Standing. He can be seen on Showtime’s Whiteboyz in the Hood, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Comics Unleashed, eight of TruTV’s The Smoking Gun Presents: World’s Dumbest countdown shows, Si TV’S Latino Laugh Festival, Telemundo’s Loco Comedy Jam Volume 1, and has appeared in sketches on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. He was on VH1’s Baggin’, Robbing the Cradle, and Britney vs. Christina. He has appeared on 30 Most Outrageous Celebrity Feuds and Party @ the Palms on the E! network. He can be seen on TBS Weekend Extra, as well as two CMT specials. He had a guest starring role on Yes, Dear, and was the subject of the MTV show True Life: I’m a Comic. He produced and starred in Kamikaze Comedy. He has taken the stage at over 100 colleges and has performed for the United States Military in Japan, Guam, Guantanamo Bay, Korea, Bahrain, and Africa.
On stage, Hunter talks about his issues concerning relationships, his dysfunctional family, and other life observations. He brings his most painful experiences such as his mother abandoning the family when he was three, his family history with substance abuse, and his issues with women, religion, pop culture, and more to the stage in a hilarious manner, in which everyone can identify with. Hunter can bring down any house with his view of the world. Hunter is a star in the making and you definitely want to catch his act.