Underage groom and mailman and our friend TRAVIS TATE has finally made his way onto the podcast! We go back to when he started his stand-up at an Open Mic at the old Trolley Square location of Wiseguys Comedy and his growth over the years, being a panelist at Fan X Salt Lake and his recent venture into the world of podcasting!
Describe What You Do.
How Did You Get To Where You Are Today?
Who Inspires You? Why?
What Situation(s) Are Most Creative For You?
How Does Family Life Influence Your Comedy?
Fan X Salt Lake Panels / Wizarding Dayz
We usually conclude that Travis is late to the party on most things.
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Travis is a comedian who is making a name for himself in the comedy scene because of his slightly different outlook on life. He has been a husband and father for literally his entire adult life. Although he has done the best he can, fatherhood has been one “We’ll laugh about this later” moment after another. Travis draws on his life experiences to create humor that is self-deprecating, insightful, clever, and most of all, funny. He examines marriage, parenting, geek culture, years of playing sports, his own character flaws, as well as his own arrested development. His stand-up is meant to make people laugh at the ridiculousness of life and the people who live it.
Travis has entertained crowds at clubs and theaters all throughout the Country. He has worked with comedians Harland Williams, Rob Schneider, Christina P, Cristela Alonzo, Steve Rannizzizsi, Carlos Mencia, Tom Green, Steve Byrne, The Sklar Brothers, Tommy Johnagin, Dave Coulier, Jamie Kennedy, Nate Bargatze, Joey Diaz, Ms. Pat, Ben Bailey, Pablo Fransisco, Gary Gulman, Yannis Pappas, Todd Barry, Jimmy Pardo, Bert Kreischer, Dwayne Perkins, Jackie Kashian, Sarah Tiana, Christina P, Ryan Hamilton, and Jon Lovitz. Travis has been a part of the Rocky Mountain Laugh Off, Salt Lake Comedy Festival, Idaho Laugh Fest, and The Golden Spike Comedy and Podcast Festival. He has also be on rooftopcomedy.com, NickMom.com, X96 Radio From Hell, Utah Arts Festival, Salt Lake Comic Con, FanX, and is the host of the ‘Late To The Party with Travis Tate’ podcast.