Brandon is a comedy writer and improviser originally from the Poconos in Northeast Pennsylvania who now resides in NYC, which is so brave of him.
He has taken courses at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in both the advanced improv and advanced sketch writing programs since 2017.
He writes/performs with the indie sketch team SisterWives and co-wrote/co-produced WeWork Conference Room 104. He also improvises with the NYC-based team Ransom.
His writing is featured in Reductress, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Little Old Lady, Points In Case, FLEXX Mag, and Funny or Die’s Pitch.
Brandon graduated from Penn State Schreyer Honors College where he studied Biology (Genetics), Biochemistry, and Bioethics and Medical Humanities. His undergrad research is published.
Feel free to e-mail about show bookings or writing submissions. You can find him elsewhere on the Internet using the icons below. He misses the List App (@brandon_follick) which he had for self-indulgent purposes like talking about himself on the Internet.
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How to Edit Your Dating App Profile Without Subconsciously Swiping Left on Yourself
Dude’s Fantasy Is Football, How Sad
I Lived It: I Drove Past My Old High School
5 Wrap Dresses You Can Wear While Reminding People How Many Carbs Are In That
Inspiring! This Woman Got Over Her Crush By Listening To Him Speak
This Woman Found Her Perfect Work-Life Balance By Never Working
Selfish Friend Throws Birthday Party When It’s Cold Outside
Accept His Dangerous Date Idea So At Least You’ll Have a Story to Tell
Woman Casually Passes Off String Lights She’s Had Up All Year As Christmas Lights
How To Create A Safe Space For You and Your Little Friends To Talk Shit
Dating App Match Becomes Fun Little Pen Pal!
Points In Case
6 Ways to Sneeze Exclusively for Attention This Fall
This Eulogy for My Stepdad is Also Promo for My Podcast
Little Old Lady
If People Talked About Romaine Lettuce the Way They Talk About Gun Rights
I’m The Dog that Lives in a College Fraternity House
The Societal Pressures of Being Ridiculously Hot That No One Except Me Wants to Talk About
New Poll Shows, of 30 People, 26 Wanted To Leave My Birthday Party an Hour Ago
In addition to being wildly successful beyond measure, he is the voice of his generation.
Harry Says Yes! (“Episode 120”)
Billionaire Book Club: A Podcast About Books (“Brandon Follick talks You’ll Grow Out of It”)