New York, NY
Stand-Up Comic, Former Athlete, Humorist
Danny Rouhier, 28, is one of the hottest young comics in the country. With his super high energy and entertaining style, he has been wowing audiences with his unique brand of intelligent humor. Combined with his incredible gift of impersonations and character imitation, Danny uses a lightening quick wit with a charming self-deprecating style that engages the audience and keeps them locked in. You can hear him on the radio, see him on tv, or catch him live.
In a short time, Danny has garnered numerous comedic accolades and has a wide array of talents including stand-up, improv, acting, and sketch comedy. Now living in New York City, Danny began in Washington, DC where he won the 2005 DC Improv Open Mic Contest. He has performed all over North America with some of the best comics in the world, like Jim Gaffigan, Kevin Nealon, Dave Attell, Jim Norton, Alan Havey, Eddie Gossling, Daniel Tosh, Bob Saget, T-Rexx, Adam Ferrara, Gabriel Iglesias, and Dick Gregory. In addition to being a hit at colleges and many of the best comedy clubs in the country, Danny has also made a name for himself performing on several private and corporate shows including events for COSTCO, The National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association, The Counselors (a group of prominent Washington attorneys and judges) among others. Danny also took his talents to Canada for a six week tour of Yuk Yuk’s, Canada’ premier comedy club chain. He has been featured in numerous unique shows including the Bumbershoot, DC, Boston, and Detroit Comedy Festivals. Danny regularly appears on ‘The A-List,’ a hit show on the Animal Planet network. On the side, he currently produces a live comedy show called Sweet Haven at the world famous Rififi in New York City.
As an actor, Danny starred in ‘Codeword Secret,’ a pilot honored at the New York Television Festival. In addition, as part of the sketch group ‘Crisis Lab,’ Danny won a national sketch comedy competition, culminating in a live performance recorded as part of a new Sketch Comedy Pilot for Proctor and Gamble Productions (PGP).