Jeremiah Murphy released his first comedy album, "All That Is Holy" in 2011. His stand-up includes eye-poking insights, kooky characters, and delicious recipes. He has made several short films, most famously "The Cry of Dracula" which was shot in an Ikea during business hours using their furniture displays as sets. Some of Jeremiah's fan-favorite characters include: New Jersey Gubernatorial Candidate Eddie McOwskey, Chuckles The Birthday Bear, and Sealegs McGoo. In New York, Jeremiah was a founding member of the Times Square improv show Character Dogville. He has also performed and studied improv at The Upright Citizens Brigade and The People's Improv Theater. He got his start in stand-up at the SuperEgo open mic at The New York Comedy Club, eventually performing all over New York and Los Angeles. Originally from Massachusetts, Jeremiah is a citizen of both The U.S. and Ireland.