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About the Instructor

Brad Trackman Brad Trackman is a NYC comedian with universal appeal. He has made national television appearances on CBS's "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "Comics Unleashed" with Byron Allen, AXS TV's "Gotham Comedy Live", NBC's "Later" and "Friday Night", CBS's "Star Search" with Arsenio Hall, ABC's "NY Comedy Festival", Metro TV's "New Joke City" hosted by Robert Klein, Comedy Central's "Heroes Of Jewish Comedy & Stand Up Stand Up", MTV's "The Buried Life" and his own commercial campaign for Spike Television where he played the ficticious presidential elect Biff Wolinski. Trackman has made numerous appearances on the "Mike Bullard Show" in Canada and the "Comedy Factory" and "Raymaan Is Laat Show", in Holland.

Trackman headlines around the country playing the best venues such as the "DC Improv" where he recorded both of his CDs ("Safecracker" and "Cool Guys Don't Wear Pink"). Both CDs have received critical acclaim and were produced by XM Radio's comedy program director, Joel Haas. Trackman has had specials (featuring his CDs) on SiriusXM radio and tracks from both CDs are in heavy rotation. Other venues Trackman headlines include "The Improv" (Las Vegas, Nevada), "Tommy T's" (Pleasanton, California), "The Stardome" (Hoover, Alabama), "Hilarities" (Cleveland, Ohio), Helium Comedy Club (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) and the "Punchline" (San Francisco, California).

If you're wondering what makes Brad such a unique comedian, it's his versatility and ability to absolutely KILL while working squeaky clean. That's why "Radio Shack" had Trackman headline the "Net Together Concert" in Times Square (and simulcast in San Francisco) with a 20-foot tall jumbotron behind him and a crowd of 5,000 in front of him.

Trackman has opened for Dana Carvey, Joan Rivers, Robin Williams, Damon Wayons and Weird Al Yankovic. His pursuit of ensuring other people's happiness is still evolving, as is Brad. Despite all these major accomplishments, Brad considers his biggest break in entertainment meeting his wife, Christina (who, at the time, booked "Carolines on Broadway") and having their son Tyler.