With fans that include comedic legends such as Carl Reiner, Robin Williams, and Richard Lewis, and an ever-expanding repertoire of witty and profound tales of his journey through life that are unique, yet utterly recognizable to everyone, Dylan has earned a reputation as one of America’s fastest rising storytellers.
Dylan’s full-length, award-winning, stand up-style story-telling special, Dylan Brody’s Driving Hollywood currently streams on both Amazon Prime and NextUp Comedy.com. Blue Panther Productions contracted with Mr. Brody to work with director Nancy Carlin to tour the show internationally in the Spring of 2017. That overlapped the release of another full-length special, Corner of Starbucks and Christopher Street on Revry.TV. Earlier specials included More Arts/Less Martial, available as a five dollar download from Rooftop Comedy and The Wereshmuck: Transformations of a Moron for the now defunct Anteye.com.
For three years running, best-selling author and humorist David Sedaris invited Mr. Brody to share his stages when touring the West Coast.
Mr. Brody has performed regularly for The David Feldman Show on KPFK(Pacifica Radio) in Los Angeles., The Drive with Steve Jaxon on KSRO (Sonoma County) and was a regular contributor to John Rabe’s Off Ramp on KPCC, NPR's Pasadena affiliate. His material runs on XM/Sirius Satellite Radio’s comedy channels, Pandora and he occasionally contributes to the Huffington Post and Daily Kos. He has written for dozens of comedians, including Jay Leno, who has used Brody’s work in his monologues on NBC’s The Tonight Show and recently placed a story in the burgeoning magazine of American humor, The American Bystander.
In 2005, Dylan won the Stanley Drama award for his play, Mother, May I.. As an author, he was delighted when one of his books, A Tale of a Hero and The Song of Her Sword found a place in the curriculum at several public schools in the U.S.,, earning him a yearly influx of poorly written fan letters and e-mails to which Mr. Brody diligently replies whenever they show up. His recent one-woman musical, Singing in the Wrong Direction played to sold out crowds in the NoHo arts district late in 2016.
He has appeared on A&E’s Comedy on the Road, FOX TV’s Comedy Express, and Showtime's The Green Room with Paul Provenza. In 2010, Dylan appeared in the George Carlin Tribute at the New York Public Library, hosted by Whoopi Goldberg, featuring Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller, Ben Stiller, Kevin Smith, Louis C.K., and publisher Lewis Lapham, among others.
In early 2007, Dylan Brody's Thinking Allowed, brought long form humor and insight, literate and literary, to a broad based audience. The first all story-telling program ever in the venue, the show enjoyed a successful six month run on the main stage at the Hollywood Improv.
The Stand Up! Records label released Brody’s first five CDs between 2009 and 2012. In 2014 Rooftop Comedy produced and an overlong digital-only album, Dylan Goes Electric.
In his years as a club comic, Dylan worked in venues fall over the world, He has appeared at M.I.T., at Sarah Lawrence College’s Reisinger Concert Hall, Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley, and served as Northfield Mount Hermon School’s first ever Artist in Residence.