For some, Attention Deficit Disorder is a curse, for Dan Weeks however, it's been a comedy goldmine. Dan's journey of hilarity began early. To say Dan was a difficult child is an understatement. He was a holy terror, aggravating his parents and friends to no end. But underneath the poking, prodding, and teasing was a simple need. The need to make people laugh. Eventually, the tools of annoyance evolved into wit and humor, and he was able to use these skills to push people beyond the level of aggravation to a sublime state of true laughter. The desire to entertain, to take people out of their everyday existence and make them forget their troubles, even for a few minutes has been Dan's mission all along. This is what he brings to the stage, not a self-serving airing of dirty laundry, but a generous desire to share the funny, with anyone who will listen. It is this quality that has seen him rise so quickly to become one of the Southeast's best comics. His tightly crafted style of quick one liners and absurd stories pushes the limits of comedy and social norms, yet never fails to be accessible. Because for Dan, at the end of the day, it's all about making people laugh.
Dan Weeks brags about the kind of big gig he's booked for.
Dan Weeks imagines the turtles in their next phase of life.
Dan Weeks is using tampons to impress.
Dan Weeks tells the story of purchasing a large quantity of prophylactics, and how his level of excitement was inappropriate.
Dan Weeks knows who he is at this stage in his life. He explains one of his prior experiences that landed him in prison.
Dan Weeks loves to party.