Gypsy entertainer Andrew Ouellette dwells in the subversive province of underground comedy; this trailer-raised 9th grade drop out dances on the line of hilarious and twisted. Since his early twenties the New York native has traveled the country to pointlessly amuse intoxicated club goers.
By age twenty-eight Ouellette earned an American Achievement by performing 50 shows in 50 states, in just 50 days. By the age of twenty-nine he did it again in only 48 days, earning the record for Fastest US Comedy Tour. Shortly after he headlined his first international Australian tour with rave reviews. Most recently the comedian produced Knock 'em Dead, an 80 city tour which raised thousands for the Ben Towne Center for childhood cancer research in Seattle, WA. Doing shows for the Wounded Warriors & Stuart Scott Foundation along the way, assuring that interviewing the Octomom wasn't the apex of his career.
Ouellette can be found in everything from newsprint, radio, film, podcasts to television shows like Maury or Supreme Justice With Judge Karen. Although he's known best for the high-energy irreverence of his stand up. The live show is self-deprecating, introspective and at times dark, exposing the lighthearted side of the lurid.