25 Ways to Make Money with Your Comedy

25 Ways to make money with comedy

When I started out as a comedian I wanted to learn all I could about the business. And watching my father go through his ups and downs financially as an actor, I looked at comedy, not as frivolity, but as a business. Once I did that, I saw all the possibilities and I focused on the ones that would give me the best return.

So I put together a quick list called 25 Ways to Make Money with Your Comedy.

Most don’t even know these avenues of revenue exist.

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How the ‘Broke Artist’ Mentality Keeps many Talented Comedians Broke

why comedians think their way into being broke

A large percentage of comedians today have that ‘broke-artist’ mentality. They actually think their way into staying broke. It’s exactly that mentality that keeps them broke. I think part of the problem is reality vs. perception. Here’s the reality: If you can get laughs consistently and work in almost any environment, you are a valuable commodity. Here’s the perception: It’s an art, so you shouldn’t think about money. The problem with that approach is that if you’re not thinking about making money, you ARE thinking about being broke. . . . → Read More: How the ‘Broke Artist’ Mentality Keeps many Talented Comedians Broke

3 Reasons You Should Develop Your Comedy Writing Chops

3 Reasons to Develop your Comedy writing chops

Open Letter

I’m gonna call this blog post an open letter to comedy teachers.

This especially goes out to one comedy teacher in particular who refers to himself as “America’s Original Comedy Coach.” (Lol, right?)

Recently, I put a post on Facebook called “911 For Your Jokes.” It’s a step-by-step walkthrough of 5 different . . . → Read More: 3 Reasons You Should Develop Your Comedy Writing Chops