David Martin

Location: NYC // With BTR Since: 2008

David Martin has performed comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre for many years now -- some might argue too many and he wouldn't disagree with those people. But he also hopes (fervently) to be performing there for many years to come.

For the past eight years, he has hosted and produced Nights of Our Lives, the second oldest storytelling show in New York. The show has featured such performers as John Mulaney, Nick Kroll, Rob Riggle, Bobby Moynihan, Chris Gethard, Chelsea Peretti, John Flynn, Adam Pally, Curtis Gwinn, Anthony Atamanuik, and Adam Wade. David is uncertain about how he could even be associated with the likes of such talented people.

Once upon a time he wrote a book called Officespeak.

At present he lives in Queens. With his cats.

The Latest From David Martin

11/28/17 // Nightmares

Teaching children? Nightmarish. Your first time as an S&M mistress? Definitely nightmarish. Especially when you wince at inflicting pain on others. Not listening to this month’s Nights of Our Lives show? The most nightmarish of all! So tune in and freak out. | listen

10/24/17 // Body Issues

Can’t stand how you look? Neither can we. Stand how you look. Hahaha. Oh my [wipes away tear], that’s a great joke. But honestly, none of us like how we look either. We all have Body Issues. | listen

9/26/17 // Back to School

The end of summer signals the beginning of school. For this month we gave our performers, as homework, the task of sharing with us their best Back to School stories. What they told us runs the gamut from being the star reporter at the college paper to passing out in Health class at the mention of… | listen

8/22/17 // Coming Clean

We all harbor deep, dark secrets about ourselves. And most of the time we keep these awful secrets to ourselves. But not for this month's show! Tune in and hear some erotic fiction! And also how one of our storytellers' brothers peed on his mom's face! All true! Makes you feel better about yourself,… | listen

7/25/17 // Dads

Dads, for better or worse we all have one. I guess for better, because if we didn't have one who else would tell us that we are failures? Besides basically everyone else. Anyhoo--this month's show features everything from the world's most supportive and loving father to a dad who climbs the highest… | listen

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