Pittsburgh native and comic Collin Chamberlin is young, quick-witted, and just plain funny. His relatable, endearing style has been entertaining audiences for years, and his family stories about growing up in Pittsburgh will make anyone laugh! The second-place winner of the 2015 Pittsburgh Improv’s Best New Comedian competition, Collin is a great fit for all types of audiences, whether he’s talking about his parents, rooming with his grandfather, or his obsession with fast food. Collin performs both nationally and locally at clubs (Arcade Comedy Theater, Funny Bones, Improvs), college campuses, and private events. He has worked with many local comedians, as well as national acts including Christina Pazsitzky, Greg Warren, Dave Coulier, Owen Benjamin, Taylor Williamson, Jamie Lissow and SNL’s Kenan Thompson. Collin even had an onstage role with Steve Martin and Martin Short! He currently hosts his own weekly podcast, Hell Gigs, in which he talks to fellow comedians about some of the most memorably bad gigs they’ve ever had (stories usually saved for the green room or post-show hangouts!).