Tim Babb is a comedian/actor living in California. (and was seen on the ABC game show, Wipeout, as Timm Babb)
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Here is a sample of some of Tim’s Stand up:
You can find more videos of Tim on his YouTube page.
Tim is also a HUGE Disneyland fan and he has his own series of videos about Disneyland on YouTube called Kingdom Comedy:
Tim Babb’s Bio:
To be funny, TIM BABB doesn’t need to be dirty, he finds it more fun to be nerdy. As a multiracial new father obsessed with Disneyland, Star Trek, and the internet, Tim brings his own unique perspective to the stage. Before moving to Los Angeles, Tim Babb began his career as an air personality on Mix 106.5FM in San Jose, California. Doing stand-up for so many years in the shadow of San Francisco resulted in an act that takes the edge of the big city and combines it with the geek factor of the Silicon Valley and adds the energy of a human cartoon. Tim’s not trying to change the world, he just wants to make it laugh….one audience at a time.
Tim has successfully worked with such varied acts as Christopher Titus, Sinbad, Shang, and ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic. He has impressed the judges in several comedy competitions including the 2009 San Francisco International Comedy Competition, 2008 Boston Comedy Festival, the 2007 California Comedy Festival in Los Angeles, the Rocky Mountain Laugh-Off in Salt Lake City, Las Vegas’ Laugh Across America Comedy Competition, as well as the San Jose Improv Battle of the Bay Competition.
Tim’s Credits: Air Personality on Mix 106.5FM in San Jose, opened for such acts as Sinbad, John Witherspoon, Jake Johannsen, and “Weird Al” Yankovic. Worked at the Ice House in Pasadena, San Jose Improv, Rooster T Feather’s in Sunnyvale, and clubs all over California! He is the host of the Can’t Wait For Christmas podcast, he makes the “Tim Babb’s Kingdom Comedy” series on You Tube, he was featured in the PBS documentary Crossing the Line: Multiracial Comedians, and he’s a regular contributor to the Mousetalgia Podcast and KougarMagazine.com.