Adam Sank gave up a highly successful
career as a TV news producer - first for Fox News Channel and then for WABC-TV - to become a standup comic and actor.
Since doing so, he's delighted crowds
throughout the New York City area with such true-life and howlingly funny tales as coming out to his parents, living in an
all-Chinese graduate school dormitory, and his now-classic rendition of 1010 WINS radio station and its coverage of the blackout
Adam holds his own appearing alongside
such legendary performers as Roseanne Barr (at Gotham's "Homo Comicus"), Judy Gold (at Standup NY's "Lavender Lounge"), and
Jim Gaffigan (at Carolines' "Tracy Esposito and Friends"). He recently opened for Hal Sparks for a week of sold-shows at Carolines.
He currently hosts the Electro Shock Therapy
Comedy Hour every Sunday night at New York's Therapy bar.
An accomplished writer whose articles
have appeared in The New York Times, The San Francisco Sentinel, Southern Voice (Atlanta), Watermark (Orlando, FL) and on
People Magazine's web site, Adam is also a co-author of Esquire magazine's new book, "Things a Man Should Never Do Past the
Age of 30."