Mike Falzone has been solving the internet’s problems since 2006 when he became one of the first creators to establish themselves on YouTube. Hailing from the great state of Connecticut, Falzone began touring as a musician at 14 and while still his first love, Falzone has since shifted his passion and drive into pursuing stand-up comedy. After surviving two major health scares, Falzone decided to move west to pursue his entertainment passions and has been tickling the funny bones of YouTube fans and L.A. audiences ever since. He’s performed at College Humor Live, several of the Improv comedy venues, and has appeared on-stage at the Laugh Factory world famous Comedy Store. In 2018 Mike was featured on Coming to the Stage: Season 6 hosted by George Wallace.
Additional things: - In 2016 Mike was nominated for a Shorty Award in the category of 'Funniest YouTube Comedian" - Mike (as Wrestlin' Fred) hosts a show on Dwayne The Rock Johnson's YouTube channel called 'Friday Night Fred' - Recently a host for SourceFed, a comedy and news channel with over 1 million subscribers.
- Mike Falzone at the Laugh Factory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OstiCHkp-A
Mike Falzone in Forbes - Nearly Dying (Twice) And Getting Fired Turned This Entrepreneur Into A YouTube Star
Why all of YouTube is connected by 7 degrees of Mike Falzone - Daily Dot (Carly Lanning)
"With 100 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute by 1 billion users in 61 countries, it may be hard to believe, but I maintain all of YouTube is essentially connected by seven degrees of separation from Mike Falzone.
But despite his all-star roster of fans—including the Vlogbrothers, Tyler Oakley, Olan Rogers, and Coley O’Toole—and enviable collaborations with such creators as Meghan Tonjes, SourceFedNERD, and Hannah Witton, Falzone doesn’t seem to realize just how influential and beloved his content has become in the eight years since he first started his channel. When it comes down to it, everyone knows Mike Falzone—from creators he’s inspired along the way, including Akilah Hughes (SmoothieFreak) and Gunarolla, to the most novice of YouTube viewers. "
Mike Falzone Highlighted by YouTube Trends - "laugh-till-you-snort hilarious, an extremely talented musician, a published author before every YouTuber became a published author"