T. Brad has been performing standup for over a decade.  He got his
start in 2002 after being laid off from his job working on Wall Street.  
After spending several years traveling all over the country, sleeping in
his car, an especially
sleazy appearance on the Jerry Springer Show
and barely avoiding getting pregnant from toilet seats in cheap motels
- T. Brad finally found his voice and began getting some great gigs
with some amazingly talented comics.  The peak of which was
opening 6 shows with the late, great, Mitch Hedberg - as well as
having several opportunities to perform for our U.S. Military.

In 2006, T. Brad left the road to concentrate on writing and shortly
over a year later, his first book
All Access was published.  The book
was critically acclaimed and went double aluminum.  T. Brad's
readers from all over the globe scrambled to get their hands on a

Shortly after the release of his book, the comedy bug bit T. Brad once
again.  In June of 2007, missing the stand-up life and noticing that
Baltimore severely lacked any kind of comedy scene, he created and
began producing his own comedy show:
"Drink Till We're Funny"
The only other clubs in the area were booked comedy clubs with very
little opportunity for local comics to get work.  
Drink Till We're Funny
welcomed many comics on their way to bigger and better things and
many special surprise guests - Hannibal Buress, Jeff Mauerer and
Brian Parise (
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver), Erik Myers (Court
Ordered, Drunk Shopping Network
), Rory Scovel (Wrecked, The
Great Indoors
), Aparna Nancharla (Crashing, Corporate), Seaton
Smith (
Mulaney), Jason Weems, Erin Jackson, Matt Baetz (Late
Show with Craig Ferguson) and  Baltimore radio legends Mickey
Cucchiella and Justing Schlegel and many more.  In early 2017,
early 10 years later - the longest running open mic in Baltimore was

In early 2018, T. Brad moved from Baltimore to Myrtle Beach, SC.  He
still performs when he can - check "See Me Live" for dates.  For
Booking, contact pr@tbradhudson.com