NICK JACK PAPPAS
Nick Jack Pappas is a freelance comedy writer who has written jokes for celebrities, awards shows, and politicians, though he can't name any of them because of various NDAs.
Nick's comedy writing and content can be found in The Washington Post, Politico, Buzzfeed, Nerdist, The Huffington Post, Mashable, College Humor, Vulture, and Teen Vogue. He was the humor columnist for Toastmasters and taught public speakers how to be funny at the 2019 International Convention.
His sketch team "Yes, Chef" performed at Montreal Sketchfest in May 2022, he was in an all-POC writers' room for the show Passport Control with Mehdi Barakchian, and he runs the Boogiemanja Directors' Program in NYC. Nick was chosen for the NBC Late Night Writers' Workshop in 2015.
When the creator of a hit reality show is fired, an award-winning documentary filmmaker takes over his lucrative job directing the unhinged cast of "Party Mansion."
After an eccentric billionaire buys the start-up company he works for, a young Chinese man must move from San Francisco to Utah and deal with the culture shock of the Mormon community.
“Being vulnerable in your comedy is powerful because it not only spurs the audience to laugh, it allows them to laugh in a sometimes difficult world.”