Kurt was chosen as featured comic in Variety’s annual prestigious “10 Comics To Watch” list. He was also featured in Time Out New York’s list of 50 Funniest New Yorkers, named as a “Comic to Watch” by Comedy Central, the New York Comedy Festival and Time Out NY, as well as “Best Male Stand-Up” by the ECNY and “Best Unscripted Host” by the New York Television Festival. In early 2013, venerable indie label Kill Rock Stars announced Kurt as the first comedy signing for the label. Kurt’s debut album How Do I Land?, recorded live at packed rock clubs in Seattle and Portland, was released in 2013. The album’s title comes from Kurt’s “Cloud Project” in which he raised $6000 on Kickstarter and hired a pilot to write the words “How Do I Land?” across the LA sky. The resulting skywriting images went viral. Kurt recently launched his amazing podcast The K Ohle with Kurt Braunohler. The K Ohle podcast features some not-so-standard segments featuring Kurt and a great line up of guests including Paul F Tompkins, Matt Braunger, Jon Daly, Kumail Nanjiani, Steve Agee and Nick Thorburn (from Islands/Unicorns who also wrote the theme song.). New episodes are available every Tuesday on the Nerdist Network. On TV, Kurt can been seen (or heard) on Bob’s Burgers, Delocated, Chelsea Lately, John Oliver Stand Up, The Heart She Holler, Comedy Central Presents, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, Assy McGee, Human Giant and as host of IFC’s hit comedy game show Bunk!. He can also be heard on the radio on This American Life talking about his 13-year relationship Rumspringa. Called “a prolific stand-up comedian” by the Los Angeles Times, Kurt has performed his whip-smart comedy on stages across the world as featured act and at festivals including Outside Lands, SXSW, All Tomorrow’s Parties, Bonnaroo, Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and Chicago, and on IFC’s Comedy Bang! Bang! Live. Oh, and he once performed at Radio City Music Hall. Kurt co-created and co-hosted the continuously sold-out NYC variety show Hot Tub for 7 years with his comedy writing partner Kristen Schaal. The duo moved the show to LA and in Jan 2013 it re-launched with a sold out show at The Virgil. Hailed as “the hottest new comedy show” by Los Angeles Magazine, Kurt and Kristen continue to curate, host and perform Hot Tub to a packed house every Monday night. Most recently Kurt was in the smash hit “The Big Sick” with Kumail Nanjiani.