Tony Hinchcliffe is an American stand-up comedian, writer, and podcast host. He was born on June 8, 1984, in Youngstown, Ohio, and grew up in nearby Boardman.
Hinchcliffe began his comedy career in the early 2000s, performing at clubs and venues throughout the United States. He quickly gained a reputation for his sharp wit, incisive social commentary, and engaging stage presence.
In addition to his work as a comedian, Hinchcliffe is also a prolific writer and producer. He has written for several TV shows, including "The Burn with Jeff Ross" and "Comedy Central Roasts," and he has produced several comedy specials, including "One Shot" and "Dark Arts."
Hinchcliffe is perhaps best known for his work as a podcast host. He hosts the popular comedy podcast "Kill Tony," which is a live comedy competition, where aspiring comedians have one minute to perform their best material in front of a live audience and a panel of established comedians. Hinchcliffe is known for his hilarious commentary and critiques on the comedians' material, and the show has gained a large following of fans.
Throughout his career, Hinchcliffe has gained a reputation as a fearless and uncompromising comedian, willing to tackle even the most taboo or controversial topics with humor and intelligence. His humor is often edgy and provocative, but it is also deeply intelligent and thought-provoking.
Today, Hinchcliffe continues to tour the country, performing stand-up comedy to sold-out crowds and releasing new material on his comedy albums. He remains one of the most respected and innovative comedians and podcasters working today, known for his fearless approach to comedy and his unique voice in the industry.