Tim McIntire

Tim McIntire

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Honest, raw stand-up comedy that's real, relevant, smart and funny. Plus other adjectives that mean similar stuff.

Biography

Tim McIntire has been one of the most prolific comics in Boston for nearly a decade. He began his career in Colorado and honed his act on the road, working every comedy club, roadhouse, and speakeasy between California and Pennsylvania. After moving to Boston, he quickly became a fixture in the comedy scene, gaining notoriety for his Thursday Night Fights at the Comedy Studio, his edgy hosting job for the Boston Music Awards, and for his first comedy album, Poor Impulse Control. Since that time, he's released a second album (Scatterbrain), written for Nickelodeon (Fairly Oddparents), been featured on National Public Radio (Special Edition with Tom Ashbrook), performed at several comedy festivals (Boston and Chicago), and been on TV (Comcast Comedy Spotlight). The Boston Globe has called him a "comic on the verge of stardom," and the Boston Herald has called him "a breakout comic to watch." He is currently seeking representation for his first novel, "Suicide Lane."

Selected Appearances - Clubs

Comedy Connection (Boston)
Comedy Studio (Boston)
Nick’s Comedy Stop (Boston)
Dick Doherty’s Comedy Escape (Boston)
Comedy Works (Denver)
Comedy Nest (Montreal)
Zanies (Chicago)
Funny Bone (Des Moines)
Comedy Corner (Colorado Springs)
Laffs (Tucson; Albuquerque)
Comic Strip (El Paso)

Selected Appearances – Colleges

Harvard University
Dartmouth University
Trinity College
Southern Methodist University
Northeastern University
Colorado State University
University of Louisiana
University of Rhode Island
Texas Wesleyan
Bentley College
Curry College

Shared Appearances

Earth, Wind & Fire
Martina McBride
Godsmack
Dane Cook
Jeff Dunham
Anthony Clark
Ron Shock
Tony V
Barry Crimmins

Discography

Poor Impulse Control (2001)
Scatterbrain (2006)