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Pete Davidson hit the stage for the first time at the age of 16. Since then Pete has toured North America playing colleges, comedy clubs and theaters. The Staten Island native has broke out this year starring in three MTV programs: Guy Code, Wild 'N' Out: Raw and Failosophy. Pete will be making his network stand-up comedy debut on Comedy Central this Fall and appeared on AXS TV's Gotham Comedy Live. 2013 also marks his debut in a feature film with his role in Nick Cannon's School Dance.
At 19 years of age, Pete's stand-up is considered fresh and honest. In 2011, CBS Radio took notice and claimed he was "next up… and by next up, we mean NOW!" The praise landed him a role on 92.3NOW's morning show "Rollin with Nick Cannon." His work on the highly rated talk show led to a nation-wide tour with Cannon.
Even at a young age, Pete has a lot to say on stage. He takes his real life situations whether it's tackling family issues or the pitfalls of adolescence and finds the humor behind it all. When he's not touring Pete can be seen throughout New York City performing at Caroline's On Broadway, Gotham Comedy Club and The Stand.
When he's not catching a nap with his bulldog, Rickles, Sean can be found headlining clubs all over New York, including Caroline's, Gotham, Stand Up NY, and The Stand. He has appeared on MTV's "World of Jenks" and "The Late Show with David Letterman." Sean was a Comic Stand-Off finalist at the 2010 Magners Comedy Festival, performed at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in 2011 and 2012, was a semi-finalist in the 2012 Boston Comedy Festival competition, and performed at Comedy Central's 2013 South Beach Comedy Festival. Sean was a Montreal Just for Laughs "New Face" in 2013. He co-hosts the podcast "My Dumb Friends" with fellow comedian Dan St. Germain and hosts a weekly show at Alligator Lounge in Brooklyn. Sean can be seen regularly on the TruTV series "World's Dumbest" and on the first season of "Adam Devine's House Party" on Comedy Central.