Caleb Hearon is a comedian at whom nobody has ever been mad. He currently resides in Los Angeles, where he is a writer for Netflix’s spinoff of their hit show Big Mouth – Human Resources. He recently shot the TBS pilot Space, where he will be a series regular, and will appear in I Used to Be Funny, the feature directorial debut of Ally Pankiw (Feel Good, The Great, Shrill). In 2020, Variety named Caleb one of their Top Comics to Watch and Just For Laughs named him one of their New Faces: Creators.
Caleb started his career in Chicago where he performed every week at iO Chicago, Second City, The Hideout, and on Twitter (@calebsaysthings), if video monologues count. He can be seen on Showtime’s Work in Progress, FX’s Fargo and opposite Phoebe Bridgers in the MUNA music video for Silk Chiffon.
He’s originally from Missouri where he was raised by four strong women—his mother, Kellie, and the Dixie Chicks.
Opening set by AJ Marroquin.
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