A hybrid of Minnesota and Wisconsin (with a severe cheese dependency), comedian Mary Mack began her comedy career on a dare while working as a band and music teacher.
She has performed stand up comedy for 16 years all around the U.S. and Canada. Mack's television credits include The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Conan, Last Comic Standing, and Last Call with Carson Daly.
Audiences may recognize Mary's voice from Cartoon Network, FOX cartoons, Hulu's "Solar Opposites", or radio and podcasts such as The Bob and Tom Show, Marc Maron's WTF Podcast, KFAN'S Power Trip, and the KQ Morning Show.
>> Career Highlights
Comedian Mary Mack is a favorite on radio shows and podcasts around the country including The Bob and Tom Show, Marc Maron's WTF Podcast, and The Grand Ole Opry. Mary played the leading character, Dylan, on Fox’s cartoon "Golan the Insatiable", season one.
This year, she plays a lead character in the Hulu cartoon "Solar Opposites" by the creators of Rick and Morty. She’s appeared in Montreal’s Just For Laughs Festival, HBO’s Andy Kaufman Awards, San Francisco’s Sketchfest, and the Dry Bar comedy series. Mack’s television credits include Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, TBS’ Conan, Adult Swim’s Aqua Teen Hunger Force and NBC’s Last Comic Standing and Last Call with Carson Daly. When not touring, Mary spends way too much time and money working on her vintage camper in the woods of Northern Wisconsin.
“Funny and musical."
–General Manager, Nashville Symphony
“Mary Mack is the most creative female comic I’ve ever seen. Very subtle, very character-driven, very funny.”
–Chad Riden, www.NashvilleStandup.com
“No good at welding, but good at making people laugh.”
–Foreman, Pipefitter’s Local #537
>> Basic Set-Up Needs
>> Sample Introduction
The following is a sample introduction you might use when introducing Mary Mack to your audience:
“Tonight, we’ve hired a clean comic for your entertainment. You may have heard her voice on the radio or as a character on Cartoon Network, or you may remember her from Last Comic Standing. Coming to you from Minnesota, Wisconsin, and all points in between, please welcome MARY MACK!” The following is a sample “outro” you might use: “How about another hand for Mary! She has a mailing list you can sign if you’d like to see her somewhere else in the area, or if you’d like to have her at another event, she has her agency’s business card available. Thanks!”
>> Pricing Information
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