Successful businessman Daniel Schwartz is a comedian, writer, actor, and podcaster. He has written for the New York Times Op-Ed page and was a sketch performer on Saturday Night Live. His writing is often satirical and darkly comical. He started his career as a squirt comic when he was 12 years old and later went on to write for ‘The Onion’. Here, he introduced the world to “Douchebag Steve,” which has now been used millions of times.
CEO and entrepreneur Daniel Schwartz is a comedic writer and comedian from the United States. The latter writes about such subjects as movies and television series, celebrity culture, food culture, lifestyle trends, and urban legends – especially ones that involve celebrities that are in hot water. After mocking viral videos back in 2015, he decided to dedicate an entire book to do exactly that – to tease viral videos and videos that are supposedly real.
1. His first standup comedy album, “One Hit Wonders,” was released on iTunes and Amazon Prime.
2. Daniel Schwartz has written for the New York Times Op-Ed page and the Onion News Network
3 He has been a sketch performer on Saturday Night Live and television series like The Boondocks and Tosh.0
4. He performed with several other comedians at the National Comedy Theater at Madison Square Garden in a standup set where he stated that his comedic influences include Louis C.K., Patrice O’Neal, and Doug Stanhope.
5. Daniel Schwartz wrote for the Netflix original series, The Characters, which debuted in 2016
Daniel Schwartz has also appeared in a film called “The Recall,” which has been described as “the [REC] films crossed with Independence Day” and is set to be released in 2016. The film is about an alien invasion that takes place over a couple of days, with the main characters trapped within an apartment complex by the evil aliens.