Breakout Artist Comedy Series: “Gandhi, is that you?” featuring Brendan Fitzgibbons & Lance Weiss

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Brendan Fitzgibbons is a comedian, actor and writer in New York City.  He regularly performs at many of the top clubs in the city including Carolines on Broadway, Gotham Comedy Club, Stand-Up New York, the UCB Theatre and many other alternative venues. Brendan also headlines colleges all over the country. As an actor, Brendan has studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and he appeared on the first season of Bravo’s The Love Broker. As a writer, Brendan has contributed to McSweeney’s, The Onion, Cracked magazine and, Rolling Stone and, and Rolling Stone’s 40th Anniversary Book. You can also see his name in Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11 and Dude, Where’s My Country? and The IFC Media Project.  Finally, he is a contributing joke writer and performer for the online comedy show, The BS of A with Brian Sack. Learn more about him at and follow him on twitter @Brendan_Fitz.

Lance Weiss is a comic and actor in New York City. He was a Top 4 finalist in CMT’s 2012 “Next Big Comic”, and he’s been on MTV, NBC’s “The Today Show,” Bravo,, NY Times, NY Post, and Comcast as well as in AT&T and Kit Kat Commercials.  Lance was a semi-finalist in the New York Comedy Festival’s “NY’s Funniest Standup Competition” and he has also performed in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Out of Bounds Comedy Festival, The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, The San Francisco Comedy Festival, The North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival and many others. He loves skateboarding and he drinks chocolate milk every day. Learn more about him at and follow him on twitter

Together, Brendan and Lance run the popular show “Gandhi, is that you?” in the LES side of Manhattan each week. The show fills to standing room only with many famous comedians dropping by to work out new material, including Louis CK, Jim Gaffigan, 30 Rock’s Judah Friedlander and SNL’s Jay Pharoah among others. They also co-write the fashion blog “A Dude’s Perspective” and make web shorts online for LUCKY Magazine.