Raised in New Jersey, Rich Vos is a no-holds-barred performer who destroys in comedy clubs around the country. A comedian’s comedian, he can be heard regularly on Opie and Jimmy and as a guest on the most popular podcasts including WTF with Marc Maron and Rogan.
Rich also has his own hit podcast (on Riotcast) and a radio show (on Sirius) both called My Wife Hates Me. (That’s not confusing.) His cohost is his wife, comedian Bonnie McFarlane.
Rich can be seen on HBO, Showtime, Starz, Jimmy Kimmel and Comedy Central where he has two stand-up specials. Rich Vos can also be seen in the hit Netflix movie Women Aren’t Funny which he also produced.
As a comedy writer, he’s come up with the best lines for the Comedy Central Roasts and was a writer this year on the Oscars for the second time.
Best known from NBC’s hit reality show “Last Comic Standing,” Rich
Vos is one of the most exciting and broadest headlining comedians in the
country. Back Stage Magazine says of Vos, “He has an uncanny
‘Everyman’ ability to likeably bond with anyone in the audience…” The
excitement of a Rich Vos show stems from his unique, no-holds-barred
perspective on relationships, divorce and parenthood. Vos pulls no
punches when it comes to comedy. On many occasions, he will deliver some
of the quickest crowd banter, leaving audiences not knowing what to
Vos is a “comic’s comic” who is quick, off-the-cuff and appeals to
all types of audiences, best represented by his extensive resume of
television and radio appearances. He has two Comedy Central Half-Hour
Specials and appeared in two other Comedy Central specials. He was a
regular guest on “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn,” and has been a regular
guest on “The Opie and Anthony Show” for the past 10 years. Vos has
appeared on HBO, Showtime, Starz, “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “The Rosie
O’Donnell Show,” NBC’s “American Dreams” and “The View.” He is also a
regular on the Joy Behar show, made three appearances at the Apollo,
four appearances on BET, and was the first white comic to perform on
HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam.” He also wrote for the 2005 Oscars, and has
appeared on and wrote for many roasts.