Greenwich Village Comedy Club
Michael Somerville has performed on The Late Show with David Letterman, wrote and hosted the reality show “Wingman” and appeared on Comedy Central, Bravo, VH1, History Channel, Hallmark and Nick@Nite. His digital shorts have garnered millions of views online and his album “No Sudden Movements” was the SiriusXM Album of the Year. Somerville’s humorous insights have appeared in magazines from Time to Maxim and he spent 3 years authoring Glamour magazine's relationship column "Jake: A Man's Opinion". Somerville also performs 300 live shows per year and has been featured at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, Johnny Carson “Great American Comedy Festival” and Gilda Radner’s “Gildafest”. Somerville’s smart, clean wit and sharp improvisational skills also puts him in high demand on the corporate circuit with blue chip clients such as MetLife, Bausch & Lomb, Longhorn Steakhouse and careerbuilder.com. In his free time, Michael enjoys sleeping late, fettucini and the color blue. While generally convivial, he is most fun after coffee.
Late Show, Comedy Central, Bravo, VH1, History Channel