Ryan Conner’s First Time
This week’s guest is Ryan Conner, my old roommate from my short stint living in Hoboken, NJ. We discuss the very early days of Ryan’s career and my absolute favorite joke of his (it’s about me.)
Pat House is a nationally touring comedian based out of Philadelphia.
For Pat, every day life seems to be a great source of material. Spending years bartending and interacting with strangers, he was constantly intrigued, amazed and extremely annoyed at the ridiculous things people say and do in public. With matter-of-fact delivery and sharp observations, Pat’s material is relatable to anyone tortured by the absurdity of others.
A regular performer in comedy clubs, casinos and theaters all over the country, he has been a choice opener for Sebastian Maniscalco, Tom Segura and Dan Cummins. Pat has performed at Funny Or Die’s Oddball Festival, has been featured by The Metro and Philly Weekly. He recorded his first album Biggest Thing in 2013 and his latest album Heard Enough Yesterday in 2018, both albums are now available on iTunes and Amazon.
Originally from Washington DC, Ryan Connor has been on the late late show with James Corden and was a top 10 finalists on the most recent season of NBC’s last comic standing, where judge Norm Macdonald called his first set “the best 3.5 minutes I’ve seen in five years” in addition to touring the country during stand up, Ryan is a writer producer for MTV’s “Ridiculousness” and was a contributing writer for two seasons of TruTV’s “Billy on the Street” you can hear his album”Live From an Old Prison” anywhere albums can be heard”