Josh Wolf started doing comedy in Seattle 12 years ago. After moving to Los Angeles, his unique, honest and high energy style of storytelling
made him an instant favorite at The Impov, The Laugh Factory and The World Famous Comedy Store. He also caught the eye of network TV.
After doing his first one man show at the HBO Workspace, Josh landed a two year talent deal at 20th Century Fox and ABC for his own television
show. Although his show never made the air, Josh learned a lot from watching people develop and write scripts. He learned so much that he
decided to write one himself and he sold it to NBC. It was titled "Fairly Normal" and it, too, was to have Josh in the starring role. Being bit by the
writing bug, Josh wrote on sitcoms for the next four years working on shows like "Yes, Dear", Will Smith's "All of Us" and "Cuts" starring Shannon
Elizabeth. As he was wondering whether to go back for another season of writing, Josh decided he was tired of making other people funny and he
jumped back into stand-up. He immediately got cast in Last Comic Standing and was on the season finale as one of the Last Comics Downloaded.
Since then he has had acting roles on "All of Us", he has a recurring role on "My Name is Earl" and he has done several hosting gigs for E!
He's currently a regular on the hit E! series "Chelsea Lately" and is currently touring with Larry The Cable Guy and Chelsea Handler. Josh is also co-writing a feature for Sony and Happy Madison and hosts "The College Experiment," a comedic weekly online college football show for Fox Sports. This year he will be touring with "The Comedians of Chelsea Lately."