Last Comic Standing judge Andy Kindler might consider himself an anomaly, but you can consider him hilarious. From cameos on David Letterman to writing the "Hacker's Handbook," to almost having a career in music, Andy Kindler is a complex breed of funny man. Get a taste of how amusing he really is after the jump, then check out the season finale of Last Comic Standing.
OC Weekly (Ali Lerman): Is it true that before you became a comedian you were actually trying to be a musician?
Andy Kindler: I really was a musician but I wasn't paid well for it! I was a singer, song writer, and guitarist and I was actually a violinist before I was a comedian. I still play guitar and write.
You know whether he was extorted or whatever; it's the fact that somebody who is upset has to turn racist. When I'm upset I don't launch into racial anger. Where are my keys? Damn the Jews!!!
Yes! And I'm already nervous! I get nervous before everything. Matter of fact, this interview is making me nervous.
Nawwww. Not too much. Whenever it's up to me to try to be funny then it's like, it's my turn. Uhh ohh.
Well that's a given! I hope you don't want me to sing any of these. Every time I start to sing people get upset and they start yelling at me. Who needs it? I really love all kinds of music like The Bangles, Bob Dylan, Talking Heads and The Roots.
Oh yeah! Who doesn't like a good fill in the blank? I am a man who shimmys for a dollar.