David Nickerson first appeared on a comedy stage in Los Angeles in 1998 under the guise that he could, in the very least, be funnier than half the people performing that night. The next week, David went on stage and proved to be correct. His goal was to remind the comedy fans of the raw and uninhibited views that made stand-up comedy a true art form in the days of Lenny Bruce, Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, and leading up to Sam Kinison.
Now David travels all over the world and is considered one of the top up and coming comedians touring today. David’s material stems from the harsh truths of modern dating to mocking the beliefs of society that lead to delusion. David also tells the story of his childhood when his parents raised a child too smart for his own good. His most infamous bit is his impersonation of a malfunctioning Chuck E. Cheese animal that was described by All Comedy Radio as “you can’t describe it, you just have to see it.” David’s credits include opening for Dave Attell during the Insomniac Tour and performing at the 2005 Montreal Comedy Festival. He has also appeared on Howard Radio and All Comedy Radio. This year, David is one of the finalist in HBO's Lucky 21 Nationwide Comedy Competition and will be performing at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival at Ceasar's Palace.