Kevin McCaffrey is a comedian & writer based out of New York City. He made his network TV debut on The Late Show with David Letterman, and he currently appears on truTV’s Greatest Ever, truTV Presents: World’s Dumbest, and Comedy Knockout where he is a 2-time defending champion.

Kevin’s previous television appearances include VH1’s I Love the 2000s, History’s I Love the 1880s, and The Edge & Christian Show and The List on the WWE Network. Kevin hosts several podcasts, including College Stories with Kevin McCaffrey, Sex and the Cidiots, A Million Little Podcast, and Away Games: A Chicago Cubs Podcast.

Kevin has also written for Cash Cab, HQ Trivia & HQ Sports, MTVVH1, National Lampoon, Fuse TV, and various celebrities who want something kind of funny to say at awards shows. He hosts Technically Tomorrow, a late night/early morning talk show on Queens Public TV in New York. As an actor, he made his film debut in Virgin Alexander (2011).

Here’s what the critics are saying about Kevin McCaffrey!

“Very Funny” – David Letterman, host of the Late Show

“McCaffrey’s set will go beyond monologue one-liners, but expect the same sort of laid-back persona of a late night talk show host.” – New Stage City, Chicago

“My number one favorite is Kevin McCarthy. He is really cute and funny and he never fails to make me laugh.” – Dux411, a nice commenter who kind of knows Kevin’s name

Here’s what the critics AREN’T saying about Kevin McCaffrey!

“Frisky and irreverent” – New York Times book critic Michiko Kakutani, about Zadie Smith

“Mastery of both material and form” – The Guardian art critic Florence Waters, about Nasreen Mohamedi’s “Untitled,” at Tate Liverpool

“It is filled with innocence, hope, and good cheer. It is also wickedly funny and exciting as hell.” – Roger Ebert, about E.T.