Nathan Macintosh Performed Stand Up on the Tonight Show

Toronto and New York comedian  made his debut Friday night on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon talking about bad pizza, marketing healthy food, and the psychology of late night drive thru window eating.

Nathan kerrrrushed it- with multiple applause breaks and big big laughs. Nathan is beloved in his native Canada and he’s established himself firmly in the New York scene too, quickly becoming a favorite at New York Comedy Club.  He’s energetic,  he’s loud, and always funny.  You’ve already seen him on Conan and The Late Show With Stephen Colbert and he taped his own half-hour special for the Comedy Network in Canada. He’s performed at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival six times, as well as the Boston Comedy Festival and Halifax Comedy Festival. His debut album, I Wasn’t Talking, was included in Exclaim! Magazine’s Top Ten Hilarious Good Comedy Moments of 2015 and you can hear him host his podcast, Positive Anger.

Originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia and now living in New York, Nathan grew up with a single mother who loved stand-up comedy. George Carlin, Sam Kinison and Rodney Dangerfield were his first influences, and at the age of 10, he decided it’s what he wanted to do.

His new album, To The Point will be released March 29, 2019, via Comedy Records, and available wherever comedy albums are sold. To The Point was recorded in front of an unsuspecting crowd at New York Comedy Club’s East Village location and produced by Scott Lindner from Pinch Recording.


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