Fact. Will C grew up in a foster home Fact. Will C was in 3 branches of the military Fact. Will C is hilarious On the dare of some fellow Marines Will C took the stage at an open mic @ The World Famous Comedy Store in La Jolla, CA in the spring of 1995, caught the comedy bug and never looked back. After finishing his stint in the Marine Corps and then another round in the Army, Will C hit the road running,(or fast walking) and hasn’t looked back since. Will C has traveled the country as a road comic and has performed all over the United States and Canada. With his quick wit, over the top goofiness, and his ability to relate to his audiences, Will has become a favorite at clubs, colleges, and military bases everywhere. He was the runner up in the Southwest Comedy Competition in 2004 and a finalist again in 2005, and most recently was chosen Best of the Fest at the Eagle Rock Comedy Festival out of 160 comics. Also a talented actor who was taught by the amazing Marty Pope, you’ve seen Will C in such great hits as “Yes Man,” “Seven Pounds,” and “Never Surrender,” maybe even remember him from “Article 99” or “Mr. and Mrs. Bridge”, he has been featured on such great shows like “Monk”, “Numb3rs”, “Knight Rider”, ”MANswers”, “Family Jewels”, and the list goes on and on. Will C has been in numerous commercials, too many to list here, and is a talented improvisational actor as well having been trained by the great Linda Williams of Comedy Sportz. Will C just came off tour with The Monsters of Comedy traveling the United States and Canada and has recently joined The G.I.’s of Comedy Tour where he will be bringing laughter to the troops all over the world. Will C makes his home in Los Angeles, CA where he a regular at the Improv, The Laugh Factory, The World Famous Comedy Store, and The Icehouse in Pasadena. His new CD “Used and Abused” is in the making and will be released soon. There’s no doubt Will C has established himself as one of the “Must-See” acts on the circuit today!!!
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