All About Andrew

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Andrew Rivers is one the nation’s finest young comedians according to his mother, but she wishes he would stop doing jokes about her.

Andrew was featured nationally on episode 5 of a Fox TV Show called “Laughs.” He has appeared on The Bob & Tom Show which is syndicated to more than 130 stations nation wide. He makes regular appearances on Clear Channel Radio Stations in Seattle and was featured on the front page of The Seattle Times Sunday Paper!

Opening for comedians like Christopher Titus, Mike Birbiglia, and Billy Gardell, Andrew’s very personal and fun storytelling comedy, combined with his exemplary work ethic has earned him high praise from some of the best comedians in the business. You don’t want to miss this show.

Check him out at andrewjrivers.com.
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Here’s some other things you might be interested in knowing:

I could list everywhere I’ve worked, but a picture is worth a thousand words:
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(32 states and counting. Not Pictured: Alaska, Alberta & British Columbia. Also those last two aren’t states.)

Colleges (performed at, not attended):

Western Illinois University
Idaho State University
Central Washinton University
University of Washington – (Tacoma Satellite)
Washington State University – (Vancouver & Richland Satellites)
Pierce College – (Tacoma & Lakewood Satellites)

Has Worked With (Paid Opening Act):

Mike Birbiglia, Christopher Titus, Billy Gardell, Richard Lewis, “Whose Live Anyway”, Chris Franjola, Costaki Economopoulos, Steve Hofstetter, Ben Gleib, John Roy, Jimmy Burns, Taylor Williamson, Kermet Apio, Tom Arnold & More

Acting:(links to commercial):

Toyota of Puyallup Commercial (featured on Local NW TV):

“I am Santa Claus” Music Video (featured on MTV):

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Commercial (online only spot):

Other Notable Appearances:

Regularly Featured Comedian – The Bob Rivers Show
Regularly Featured Comedian – The Bob & Tom Show
MC / Host – JACK FM 96.5 Funniest Person in Washington Contest

The Seattle Times:

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