Paco Romane is one of those guys who’s done a little bit of everything, from stand-up, acting, writing, and improv to voice-overs and podcasts. He has been seen on Comedy Central, Drunk History, HBO, and Funny or Die and even recorded a track as Casey Kasem with E-40 and shot a commercial (and hoops) with Klay Thompson. Twice voted Best Comedian in San Francisco (SF Weekly, SF Bay Guardian), his “hilarious comedy” (The AV Club) is engaging and authentic and has established him as a crowd favorite. Known as a “versatile mash-up of everything comedic” (SF Sketchfest), Romane is a natural entertainer ready to riff with the crowd, tell hilarious stories or turn anything in-the-moment into his act. He has worked with Ali Wong, Hasan Minaj, Norm MacDonald, Robin Williams, Nate Bargatze, Roy Wood Jr, and Dana Gould. If you head to his show, “prepare to be charmed by Romane and his easy-going, self-effacing ways, but remember no hugs. Romane is a strict non-hugger” (Santa Cruz Sentinel).