Some comedians try their first open mic out of a long-burning desire to do standup. Others go at the behest of friends or coworkers. Mike Brody went out of spite. "I was a bartender, and one of the cooks had decided to do an open mic at the pizza shop," Brody recalls. "I never heard him say anything funny or even try to be funny. I think I fancied myself being a funny guy and I was like, 'I can do that.'" After prepping for a month, Brody took the stage and has never looked back. Today he not only does standup in clubs and on college campuses, but for the... More >>>