Ryan Sickler is an American stand-up comedian, writer, and podcast host.
Sickler began his comedy career in the late 1990s, performing at clubs and venues throughout the East Coast. He quickly gained a reputation for his unique brand of humor, which combined observational comedy with personal stories and anecdotes from his own life.
In 2011, Sickler launched the popular podcast "The CrabFeast" with fellow comedian Jay Larson. The show featured the two hosts sharing stories from their own lives, as well as interviewing other comedians and guests about their personal experiences. The podcast became a hit, running for over 200 episodes and earning a dedicated following of fans.
In 2018, Sickler launched his own podcast, "The HoneyDew," which focuses on the lowlights of people's lives. The show features Sickler interviewing guests about their most embarrassing, awkward, or difficult moments, with a focus on finding humor and levity in even the toughest situations.
In addition to his podcast work, Sickler has also acted in TV shows and movies, including "The Joe Schmo Show," "Workaholics," and "Super Troopers 2." He has also written for TV shows like "The Carmichael Show" and "The Mick."
Throughout his career, Sickler has gained a reputation as a warm and engaging comedian, with a gift for storytelling and a knack for finding humor in even the most challenging situations. His unique perspective on life and his ability to connect with audiences through his comedy have made him a beloved figure in the comedy world.
Today, Sickler continues to tour the country, performing stand-up comedy and releasing new material on his comedy albums. He remains one of the most popular and respected comedians and podcasters working today, known for his infectious humor and his ability to find the comedy in life's lows.