Matt Smith McCormick is a comedian and writer originally from Massachusetts. Mayflowah. Dunkin' Donuts. Wicked pissah.
As a comedian, he's performed at clubs throughout New York City, including Stand Up NY, Broadway Comedy Club, and Gotham Comedy Club. In September 2016 he emceed Kendall Ketchum's Breakout Artist Series show at Caroline's on Broadway. He's been a part of the QueerCom, Solocom, and Cinder Block Comedy Festivals; he was also named an alternate for 2016's Devil Cup competition.
His first solo comedy show, "A Friend of Dorothy (Zbornak)", was a Time Out NY Critics' pick, while his second, "Broad Shoulders", sold out at The Duplex. His most recent solo endeavor, "The Matt Show", debuted at The PIT Loft during Solocom in November 2016 and returned in January 2017. It will be back again in April.
Matt also produces & hosts "Go Ricki!", a super fun monthly comedy show based on topics from Ricki Lake's 90's talk show, at QED Astoria. Described as "bananas", the show has been featured several times in the comedy section of Time Out New York.
As a writer, his original pilot treatment is featured in the book "Write to TV: Out of Your Head & Onto the Screen" by Martie Cook.
He's afraid of birds, clowns, and people that dress up at Renaissance Faires.