Jared Freid is a stand-up comedian
based out of New York City, with a strong focus on dating and relationships.
His comedy is current and reflects the ordinary daily thoughts of everyone you
know, especially if you know a lot of millennials that are obsessing over dating
apps, trying to be real adults, and worrying about their bodies. (For the
record, Jared’s mom thinks his body is “just fine.”)
Besides headlining and touring at
clubs around the country, Jared hosts three highly-rated weekly podcasts. He
co-hosts U Up? with Jordana Abraham of Betches, where
they discuss their takes on modern dating with issues ranging from apps to
hookups to relationships. U Up? has over 750,000
monthly listeners, many of whom came out to support the U Up? Live
Tour that visited over 20 cities in 2019. Jared’s JTrain
Podcast boasts over 450,000 listeners per month and regularly
lands in the iTunes top 100. The show has a cult following of loyal fans.
Guests have included: Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Colin Quinn, Sal Vulcano,
Bert Kreischer, Dave Attell, Michelle Wolf and more. It’s been called “A Dear
Abby for Dudes,” which is why both men and women tune in religiously.
Additionally, every Monday night after The Bachelor, Jared goes
live on YouTube in his Rose Rehash.
In 2019, Jared released his first
full-length comedy album Always a Momma Bear through
Virtual Comedy Network. The album debuted at #1 on the iTunes Comedy Charts, #3
on the Billboard Comedy Charts, and was ranked the 9th best comedy album of the
year by SiriusXM Comedy. In 2021, Jared’s special Socially
Distanced… Of Course premiered on YouTube to critical acclaim and
Jared has a remarkable insight into
how millennial relationships (or even situationships) begin and end. Many of
Jared's fans say that his advice has helped them in their personal lives.
Jared’s fans also seek out his voice in the online publishing world. He’s
written for TotalFratMove, BroBible, Betches, and HeTexted. His columns delve
into everything from sports to The Bachelor to the
pitfalls of dating in the information age. His writing has both sides of the
aisle nodding their head while thinking, “I’ve been on the toilet way too
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