March 10 - March 11

Ian Fidance

Ian Fidance

Ian Fidance is an offbeat yet upbeat New York City comic, actor, and writer originally from Wilmington, Delaware. An absolute force on stage, his act is insanely positive and positively insane. Equal parts thoughtful, explicit, and silly, he can be seen performing nightly at the iconic Comedy Cellar in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village.

He’s been featured on “This American Life” and is a popular guest on podcasts and radio shows alike. He co-starred in multiple sketches on the latest season of the “Gilly and Keeves” sketch show, “The Last OG” with Tracy Morgan, was featured on “This Week at the Comedy Cellar” on Comedy Central, was a contributing writer on the last season of Crank Yankers, also on Comedy Central, and has done punch up work on Michelle Obama’s children’s cooking show “Waffles + Mochi” on Netflix. His work has been published alongside Jerry Seinfeld, Bob Odenkirk, Ray Ramano, and Maria Bamford in a book of poems entitled “Eating Salad Drunk: Haiku’s for the Burnout Age by Comedy Greats” available now through Macmillan Publishers. His comedy has been written about in The New Yorker and the New York Times. His wildly popular podcast “Bein Ian with Jordan” is available on YouTube, iTunes, and Spotify. He currently resides in Brooklyn.

03/11/2023 9:30 PM

Door Time: 9:00 PM

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Ian Fidance is an offbeat yet upbeat New York City comic, actor, and writer originally from Wilmington, Delaware. An absolute force on stage, his act is insanely positive and positively insane. Equal parts thoughtful, explicit, and silly, he can be seen performing nightly at the iconic Comedy Cellar in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village.

He’s been featured on “This American Life” and is a popular guest on podcasts and radio shows alike. He co-starred in multiple sketches on the latest season of the “Gilly and Keeves” sketch show, “The Last OG” with Tracy Morgan, was featured on “This Week at the Comedy Cellar” on Comedy Central, was a contributing writer on the last season of Crank Yankers, also on Comedy Central, and has done punch up work on Michelle Obama’s children’s cooking show “Waffles + Mochi” on Netflix. His work has been published alongside Jerry Seinfeld, Bob Odenkirk, Ray Ramano, and Maria Bamford in a book of poems entitled “Eating Salad Drunk: Haiku’s for the Burnout Age by Comedy Greats” available now through Macmillan Publishers. His comedy has been written about in The New Yorker and the New York Times. His wildly popular podcast “Bein Ian with Jordan” is available on YouTube, iTunes, and Spotify. He currently resides in Brooklyn.

- Parking - Free and available in the main lot, small lot between the Comedy Connection and Black Duck Tavern, on street and in the LDC lot behind the Black Duck.

- As a courtesy to other guests, we ask that there is no talking or heckling during the show.

- No backpacks / large bags allowed.

- No outside food or drink.


Ian Fidance is an offbeat yet upbeat New York City comic, actor, and writer originally from Wilmington, Delaware. An absolute force on stage, his act is insanely positive and positively insane. Equal parts thoughtful, explicit, and silly, he can be seen performing nightly at the iconic Comedy Cellar in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village.

He’s been featured on “This American Life” and is a popular guest on podcasts and radio shows alike. He co-starred in multiple sketches on the latest season of the “Gilly and Keeves” sketch show, “The Last OG” with Tracy Morgan, was featured on “This Week at the Comedy Cellar” on Comedy Central, was a contributing writer on the last season of Crank Yankers, also on Comedy Central, and has done punch up work on Michelle Obama’s children’s cooking show “Waffles + Mochi” on Netflix. His work has been published alongside Jerry Seinfeld, Bob Odenkirk, Ray Ramano, and Maria Bamford in a book of poems entitled “Eating Salad Drunk: Haiku’s for the Burnout Age by Comedy Greats” available now through Macmillan Publishers. His comedy has been written about in The New Yorker and the New York Times. His wildly popular podcast “Bein Ian with Jordan” is available on YouTube, iTunes, and Spotify. He currently resides in Brooklyn.