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Dan Wilbur is a 10. That is, a 10 after adding up his three best features: Physique (3), Face (5), Personality (2).
Dan is a comedian, writer, and avid video game player living in Brooklyn, NY. He only eats fast food on weekends and occasionally exercises by accident (police, fire). He has read nearly half of nearly half of all the books he owns.
If you like Dan, even a little, it’s probably because you’ve seen his writing or you’re his parents. His writing is featured on Collegehumor.com, McSweeney’s, the Onion News Network. Dan is the creator and editor of Better Book Titles. His first humor book "How Not to Read" is available now from Perigee (Penguin).
Dan also was a writer and correspondent in the first season of Late Night Republic.
His stand-up was featured in the North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, The Cleveland Comedy Festival, and at places like Stand-Up NY or the Boston Comedy Studio. You may have also seen clips featured on Rooftop Comedy and the front page of AOL.com. Dan was also the recipient of William Paterson University’s “Funniest College Stand-up” award, a 2012 Webby Honoree, and Ms. Purdy’s Punctuality Award (Grade 1) for excellence in punctuality.1