Dallas is the world's foremost satirist. He's written for television, theater, the internet and now this website. 

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Oct. 24th - Huge night at Sideyard @ ReBru Spirits, San Diego, CA 7:00pm. Free show with some of my favorite comics like James Schrader, AJ Knox, Jimmy Callaway, Jesse Egan, and Anosh McAdam!

Oct. 28th - I'll be reading a story I wrote about a band I used to be in at So Say We All's VAMP @ Whistle Stop Bar, San Diego, CA 7:30pm. This is always a good time and will be a great lead-in to some upcoming news - OOOOH A TEASER!!!!!

Oct. 29th - 30th  - I'll be featuring for Darren Carter @ The Comedy Store in La Jolla. Two shows each night 7:00pm & 9:30pm both nights. BIG TIME ENERGY. 



Dallas McLaughlin is a writer, performer, comedian and humorist from Southern California. Well, originally Ohio, but he only lived there till he was three years old so just forget it, okay?


Dallas started his career in the theatre and in the early 2000's began producing, directing and writing San Diego's first regular sketch comedy show. "The Geese" ran for four years to sold out audiences before making their way to the Comedy Central Stage and UCB in Los Angeles.


In 2003 Dallas began working with The Aquabats! on a pilot for their new show The Aquabats! Super Show! and during that same period began working on the pilot episodes for Yo! Gabba Gabba! Over the next few years Dallas not only worked on both these shows, he worked on projects with Disney, Nickelodeon, FOX Sports, and several more. Like, one more. 


As an actor and comedian Dallas has performed all over from San Diego to the Lincoln Center in New York and everywhere in between - except Missouri. No reason. NO REASON. He's been featured on several talk shows, podcasts, and his debut standup album, An Evening of This!, debuted on the Apple Music comedy charts at #9. 


Dallas also toured the country as a member of the punk band Bad Credit. Soooo punk. He's also won several awards for his plays including Death: Live in Concert andThe Velocity of Celebration.


In recent years Dallas has begun telling stories to "packed" crowds all over Southern California where he still resides with his dogs, kids, and wife who without cause hates Harry Connick, Jr.


Dallas enjoys burritos. 



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