Standup comedian-writer Hannibal Buress has signed with WME. He was with ICM. Buress is co-writing with Jonah Hill a comedy project for Fox and 20th, to which he is also attached to star and produce. Buress’ writing credits include Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock. His standup has been featured on several Comedy Central programs and latenight talk shows, including The Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Additionally, Buress, who is based in New York, hosts a free weekly stand-up comedy show at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY. Buress, nominated last week for Best Club Comedian at the Comedy Central Awards, is managed by Dave Becky at 3 Arts.
WME Signs Comedian Hannibal Buress
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