Helium Presents: Kurt Braunohler

Kurt Braunohler is an “adult” male comedian, who enjoys skywriting jokes in the sky and altering greeting cards.

Kurt was recently named one of Variety’s “Top 10 Comics to Watch” as well as Time Out NY’s “50 Funniest New Yorkers”. He was even named another “Comic to Watch” by Comedy Central and the New York Comedy Festival.

Kurt has been seen (or heard) on TV on Bob’s Burgers (FOX), Chelsea Lately, Delocated (Adult Swim), John Oliver’s NY Stand Up Show, The Heart She Holler (Adult Swim), Comedy Central Presents, Jon Benjamin Has a Van (Comedy Central), Assy McGee (Adult Swim), Human Giant (MTV) and the anti-game show he hosts, BUNK! on IFC. He can also be heard on the radio on This American Life.

As far as stages, Kurt has performed at the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival, Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and Chicago, New York Comedy Festival (named a “Comic to Watch”), SXSW, Bonaroo, All Tomorrow’s Parties, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (IF.Comedy Award nominee), Melbourne Comedy Festival (Barry Award Winner), the HBO Vegas Comedy Festival, the Chicago Improv Festival (“Improv Ensemble of the Year” Award Winner) and he once performed at Radio City Music Hall, but only because his comedy partner is pretty famous.

06/18/2021 9:30 PM
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Kurt Braunohler is a comedian, actor, and writer who once hired a skywriter to write "HOW DO I LAND?" in the sky over LA. In features, Kurt can be seen in Judd Apatow’s feature “The Big Sick” and Lionsgate's "Long Shot." On TV: "The Good Place," "Bob's Burgers," "Black Monday," "Lady Dynamite," "American Housewife," and many more. In stand up, Kurt’s one hour stand-up special, “Trust Me,” premiered on Comedy Central and he regularly appears on late-night sets on "Conan," "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," "The Late Show with Seth Meyers," and "The Late Late Show with James Corden." He has been featured in "Variety’s" annual prestigious "10 Comics To Watch” list and is the co-creator and co-host of the continuously sold-out variety show “Hot Tub” for 13 years with Kristen Schaal. He jet-skiied from Chicago to New Orleans once... for charity.


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This show is 21+ (18+ with a parent or legal guardian over the age of 30). All minors will be wrist-banded or stamped and no alcohol will be served at the table. Please note, there is a 2 item per person minimum in the showroom. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office 45 minutes prior to the show.

Kurt Braunohler is an “adult” male comedian, who enjoys skywriting jokes in the sky and altering greeting cards.

Kurt was recently named one of Variety’s “Top 10 Comics to Watch” as well as Time Out NY’s “50 Funniest New Yorkers”. He was even named another “Comic to Watch” by Comedy Central and the New York Comedy Festival.

Kurt has been seen (or heard) on TV on Bob’s Burgers (FOX), Chelsea Lately, Delocated (Adult Swim), John Oliver’s NY Stand Up Show, The Heart She Holler (Adult Swim), Comedy Central Presents, Jon Benjamin Has a Van (Comedy Central), Assy McGee (Adult Swim), Human Giant (MTV) and the anti-game show he hosts, BUNK! on IFC. He can also be heard on the radio on This American Life.

As far as stages, Kurt has performed at the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival, Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and Chicago, New York Comedy Festival (named a “Comic to Watch”), SXSW, Bonaroo, All Tomorrow’s Parties, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (IF.Comedy Award nominee), Melbourne Comedy Festival (Barry Award Winner), the HBO Vegas Comedy Festival, the Chicago Improv Festival (“Improv Ensemble of the Year” Award Winner) and he once performed at Radio City Music Hall, but only because his comedy partner is pretty famous.