Andy Gold is a stand-up comedian. He rules. His jokes are totally sweet and way rad. A lot of times, after his shows, people say "Man that dude's jokes were totally sweet and way rad." He got his start in Utah and quickly became a mac daddy on the scene. This afforded Andy the chance to work with some of the biggest names in the business and totally ruin their shows. It was dope. After a few months, Andy began featuring on the road at various cow towns throughout the mountain west. In about 2 years, he was headlining prestigious venues like active seniors communities and bowling allies.
Andy also continued to do a lot of comedy at home and word spread quickly of his sweet jokes. He was soon featured in various news programs, papers, local TV shows, radio shows and virtually every other media outlet in the mecca of entertainment that is Salt Lake.
After a while, Andy got tired of being a well-liked and supported local comedian and moved to New York where he performed stand-up comedy and lived in a studio apartment in that smelled like a gas station mop.
Andy enjoyed New York but wasn't a big fan of starving to death, so he made the embarrassing decision to go back home to Utah. Since then, he's been featured in the Ventura Comedy festival and the Boston comedy Festival. He now spends his time going back-and-forth between New York and Los Angeles and on the road where he cries himself to sleep in dilapidated, anonymous hotel rooms.
Andy Gold got a sweatshirt for his birthday and he's showing off his beach bod a little early this year. Surf's up, Andy!
Andy Gold wanted to see Halle Berry nude but when the scene approached he covered his own eyes and wished for strength to resist. He is nothing if not a gentleman.
Andy Gold loves dogs. Probably not as much as Sarah McLachlan but she could just be a faker.
Andy Gold is educating youngsters about the dangers of eating without adequately chewing first. We all must choose a legacy to leave, and he has chosen his. GULP!
Andy Gold can text faster when driving because he creates his own "sense of urgency."
Andy Gold gets a pinch on his cheek and Werther's original from his special Gramsy.
Andy Gold's days of chasing the dragon are over.