Greg Giraldo is one of New York City’s top comedians and a headliner in clubs across the country. Socially provocative and yet broadly funny, Greg has become one of the most versatile and highly entertaining comics working today. Greg recently appeared on Comedy Central’s Roast of William Shatner and is currently hosting “Stand-Up Nation with Greg Giraldo” on Comedy Central, every Friday at 9pm (8pm central). It’s a full night of comedy from some of today’s top stand-ups plus a monologue from Greg on the events of the week along with interviews in-studio with guest comedians as well as field pieces. Last year, Greg Giraldo hosted the popular “Friday Nite with Greg Giraldo” also on Comedy Central. Prior to hosting his own show, Greg was a regular panelist on “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn” which aired for three seasons on Comedy Central. Greg Giraldo has had two half-hour stand-up specials for Comedy Central Presents and performed on Comedy Central’s year-end special “Last Laugh” in 2004 and 2005. He has also appeared on “Late Show with David Letterman” (CBS) several times, and has been a guest on “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” (NBC) over a dozen times. Greg Giraldo developed and starred in his own ABC sitcom, “Common Law,” which was loosely based on his experiences at a New York law firm. He also created and starred in sitcom pilots for NBC and CBS. In 2004, Greg partnered with European producers LazyBoy on a hit modern rock/electronic song released by Universal/Motown Records called “Underwear Goes Inside the Pants.” The song was the #1 most downloaded song on Itunes in the electronic music category, and an international hit appearing on the charts in America and many other countries including Australia where it rose to #4. When Greg Giraldo is not touring comedy clubs, colleges, theaters and corporate events, he can be found living in New York City with his wife and three young boys.