Byron Bowers Wikipedia
Described by LA Weekly as "A Comic Who's got Big Ideas and Big Plans to go Big Places," Byron Bowers is an american comedian, writer and actor that was named by LA Weekly as a "Comedy Act to Watch". He was also featured as a New Face at the prestigious Just for Laughs Comedy Festival.
Byron's appeared on The Eric Andre Show on Adult Swim, Comedy Central's Adam DeVine's House Party, on the reboot of BET's Comic View and he made his late night debut on The Pete Holmes Show and followed that with an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. He was also featured in a season of MTV's Guy Code and in the first ever comedy show on the History Channel called Crossroads of History.
In 2016 alone, he performed at the Famous Hollywood Bowl to 12,000 people next to Flying Lotus, Thundercat, and George Clinton as part of the sold-out Brainfeeder festival. He appears in much anticipated horror film KUSO which recently premiered in Sundance. His TV credits include season 3 of The Meltdown on Comedy Central, Funny as Hell in Montreal for HBO Canada and Flop House for Viceland. His festival performances this includes Oddball Comedy Fest, SXSW, Life is Beautiful, Austin City Limits, RIOT, SF Sketchfest and Blue Whale Comedy Festival in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Bowers grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and moved to Los Angeles to pursue comedy in 2008.
Adam Devine House Party, (2013)
The Pete Holmes Show, (2014)
Guy Code, (2015)
Jimmy Kimmel Live!, (2015)
The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, (2016)
Everybody Has an Andy Dick Story, (2016)
The Eric Andre Show, (2012–2015)
Why? with Hannibal Buress, (2015)
The 4th, Tim (2016)
The Crsossroads of History, Onesimus (2016)
Kuso, Roach Man (2017)
Loiter Squad, (2013)
Lucas Bros Moving Co, (2015)