At a young age, C.J. has already been a staff writer on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," where he was nominated for a Writers Guild Award, a consulting writer for “The Onion News Network,” and the script intern for “Conan.” He was also one of five finalists in Just For Laughs Montreal & New York Television Festival’s “From Set To Screen: The TV Comedy Search.” Most recently, you may have seen him as a correspondent on the brand new spin-off show “The Soup Investigates” on The E! Network.

In addition to his work on television, he’s also a stand-up comedian, who has performed in the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, the New Faces showcase at Just For Laughs Chicago, and also regularly tours theaters and colleges, opening for Bo Burnham and Joel McHale.

You may also have heard his jokes and stories coming out of the mouth of a brand new interactive kids toy called Ubooly

When not busy working, he enjoys writing humor pieces such as “The Top 10 Up-And-Coming Comedians In Chicago” and advice pieces such as “A Louis C.K. Thing That Isn’t The Louis C.K. Thing That Was Already Posted A Million Times,” both of which went viral earlier this year.

Currently, C.J. resides in Los Angeles but credits Chicago for giving him his comedy education as he is an alumni of The Lincoln Lodge and The Second City, where he was recognized as an emerging talent by Time Out Chicago for their 50th anniversary.

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