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Evan Wecksell Comedian from Los Angeles, CA

Will travel up to 100 miles

  • Avg 5.0 | 18 Reviews
  • 35 Verified Bookings
  • Member Since 2007
  • 3 Awards & Badges
  • Virtual Services Offered
  • Accepts Online Payment
  • Starting at $400 per event

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They don't make them like Evan Wecksell anymore. As one of the funniest and most energetic performers to emerge from New York's comedy clubs and musical venues, Comedian and Singer/Songwriter Evan Wecksell is often compared to comedic superstars Adam Sandler and Stephen Lynch. Evan's act, a blend of comedy, music and improvisation that thrives on spontaneity, audience engagement and a customized experience for every occasion. Evan developed his act by studying some of New York City's best known comedians. Soon, Evan was performing alongside some of these very influences including The Tonight Show's Mitch Fatel and Last Comic Standing's Jessica Kirson, to name a few. On his native Long Island, Evan developed a following hosting music nights and playing sets at Governor's Comedy Cabaret, The Downtown and Munchaba Lounge. After becoming a three-time Long Island Laff-Off Finalist and releasing his live CD, Live at the Bitter End, Evan relocated to Los Angeles in March 2005. The move paid off that fall when he made his national television debut on VH1's "I Love the 80s 3D," andreturned to VH1 the next year by appearing on "I Love the 70s II" and "I Love Toys." Evan's comedy songs also began receiving consistent airplay on various radio outlets including XM, Sirius and the nationally syndicated Dr. Demento Radio Show. Radio favorites included "Brokeback Mountain," a song that gained popularity leading up to the 2006 Academy Awards, and "Attack of the Cougar," an edgy laugher that coincided with the release of "Sex and the City" in May 2008. The following summer Evan offered commentary on E! Television's "Forbes Celebrity 100: Who Made Bank" and later reprised his talking head role on "30 Most Outrageous Celebrity Feuds." He followed those appearances by flaunting in knowledge of "Terminator 2" on AMC's “Cinemania." As Evan's television appearances grew so did his performance schedule, reaching over 100 shows that year alone. In 2009, Campus Activities Magazine deemed Evan one of their “Hot Comedy Acts.” Later that year he taped Season 4 of NBC's "America's Got Talent." That same year, Evan began touring not only as a solo act (and Greek Life speaker), but also as part of College The Musical: A Musical About College, an original musical comedy he produced and starred in with his wife, actress and comedienne Kelly Meyersfield. In the spring of 2010, Evan released his first full length album through Uproar Entertainment. The album, titled "LOL," is a compilation of studio and live tracks. The album has been played throughout terrestrial and satellite comedy radio stations. In 2011, Evan began becoming a favorite at corporate shows and conventions as well as another hidden jewel: late-night high school graduation parties. Going on as late (or early) as 4:00 am, Evan's act would cap off a nightlong celebration. The new audiences, in addition to his continuing touring, moved Evan closer in his quest to play all 50 states, which currently stands at 45. The following year, Evan began making a series of appearances on TBS' Conan. Over four appearances he was part of (and singing voice of) the acclaimed 'Human Centipede Menorah' while also gracing the cover of one of Conan O'Brien's "Coffee Table Books That Didn't Sell Well." To complement his onscreen TV appearances, Evan has also performed his comedy behind the camera. As an avid audience warm-up, Evan has so far loosened up the crowds for Adam Carolla's "The Car Show" and "Jim Rome on Showtime." In the summer of 2014, Evan appeared in a commercial for ESPN, but in August he received a huge publicity jolt when a Youtube video featuring him and his son, two-year-old Beckett Sage, went viral. In the video, Beckett named the theme music of twenty World Wrestling Entertainment superstars in two minutes. Receiving almost 300,000 views in its first week, including endorsements from WWE Chairman Vince McMahon and his daughter Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon, the video garnered articles from such publications as USA Today, The Washington Post, Sports Illustrated and Bleacher Report. WWE was so enamored with the video that the following week Evan and Beckett filmed a second video at WWE Headquarters, which would also go viral. In early 2015, Beckett and Evan appeared on the top ten podcast "Talk is Jericho" with WWE Superstar Chris Jericho. Already in 2015, Evan has performed his material for a huge room of Game Show Network executives and emceed the highly-celebrated Francesacon, a convention honoring WFAN sports talk host Mike Francesa. Evan continues to tour nationally and promote his album. In addition, Evan dedicates a majority of his performances to supporting Greek Life (as an alumnus of Theta Chi Fraternity), Hillels, and a variety of other causes through fundraisers. For more information visit ==== *fully insured* *background check passed*


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Review by Amanda R.

Retirement PartyReviewed on August 3, 2021From Fillmore, CA

Evan did a good job at entertaining a retirement party. I thought the kids would be more interested in the act but I was wrong, he had the adults laughing though. Next time, no Covid song Evan, that was not that funny :/ everything else was funny!

Evan Wecksell:

Thank you! Your family was so fun and congrats to Uncle Tommy!

Review by Hannah E.

EventReviewed on September 14, 2017From Rapid City, SD

Evan was awesome! He was super funny! We had a great experience with him, and would definitely invite him back!

Review by Barbara M.

Birthday Party (Adult)Reviewed on December 23, 2016From Newport Beach, CA

Evan was very professiona! Great with staying in touch, on time for our event, prepared & entertaining. Our group loved him!

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  • 1945 (parody of 1985) | Evan Wecksell
  • At the Movies | Evan Wecksell
  • Baby | Evan Wecksell
  • Bam | Evan Wecksell
  • BonJovi219 | Evan Wecksell
  • Dick Evan Dyke | Evan Wecksell
  • Finding Myself | Evan Wecksell
  • Housekeeper | Evan Wecksell
  • I Wanna Be Black | Evan Wecksell
  • If I Were Gay | Stephen Lynch
  • I'm So Happy You're Clean | Evan Wecksell
  • Inflatable Woman | Evan Wecksell
  • Just Like Quagmire | Evan Wecksell
  • Lunchlady Land | Adam Sandler
  • Midget Love | Evan Wecksell
  • MILF Patrol | Evan Wecksell
  • Mixer at Delta Chi | Stephen Lynch
  • More Than Four | Evan Wecksell
  • One More Year (The College Song) | Evan Wecksell
  • Platonic Male Companion | Evan Wecksell
  • Problem | Evan Wecksell
  • Ready for You | Evan Wecksell
  • Real Emo | Evan Wecksell
  • She Kicks My Ass | Evan Wecksell
  • Somebody Kill Me | Adam Sandler
  • Superbad | Evan Wecksell
  • Sweetness (Homeless Man) | Evan Wecksell
  • The Hanukkah Song | Adam Sandler
  • The Saga Begins | Weird Al Yankovic
  • To Catch a Predator | Evan Wecksell
  • Top Ten Lists | Evan Wecksell
  • Ugly Baby | Stephen Lynch
  • Goth Tutor | Evan Wecksell
  • All-American Corporate Guy | Evan Wecksell
  • Attack of the Cougar | Evan Wecksell
  • Just Being Miley | Evan Wecksell

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Past Events

July 31, 2021 • Retirement Party
Sat5:00 PM - 5:45 PM Fillmore, CA
September 13, 2017 • Event
Wed7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Rapid City, SD
December 22, 2016 • Birthday Party (Adult)
Thu6:30 PM - 6:45 PM Newport Beach, CA
June 17, 2016 • Birthday Party (Adult)
Fri8:00 PM - 8:45 PM Bakersfield, CA
March 13, 2016 • Birthday Party (Kids)
Sun12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Santa Monica, CA
December 27, 2014 • Sweet 16 Party
Sat8:30 PM - 9:15 PM Redondo Beach, CA
September 21, 2013 • Corporate Function
Sat6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Temecula, CA
July 26, 2013 • Birthday Party (Adult)
Fri6:30 PM - 7:00 PM Somis, CA
December 20, 2012 • Christmas Party
Thu7:00 PM - 7:45 PM Elko, NV
June 6, 2012 • Graduation Party
Wed8:00 PM - 9:00 PM San Bernardino, CA
December 16, 2011 • Corporate Function
Fri2:00 PM - 2:45 PM Altadena, CA
November 2, 2011 • Corporate Function
Wed7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Arlington, VA

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