Sean Kent from Last Comic Standing

Sean Kent is a stand-up comic who stars on A&E's unscripted comedy Modern Dads. He won the 2011 San Francisco International Comedy Competitionand the 2009 Seattle International Comedy Competition.[1]

Originally from Austin, Texas, Kent resided in Los Angeles during his development as a comic, moving back to his hometown in 2011 with his partner, Rachel Dory, and their two daughters. He is also known for his stand-up comedy appearances on Showtime and Nickelodeon, and as a series regular on the NBC show Last Comic Standing (seasons 1 & 3). His comedy has been critically acclaimed by Rolling Stone Magazine and XM Radio, who called his debut CD "An instant classic".

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Sean Kent is a stand-up comic who stars on A&E's unscripted comedy Modern Dads. He won the 2011 San Francisco International Comedy Competitionand the 2009 Seattle International Comedy Competition.[1]

Originally from Austin, Texas, Kent resided in Los Angeles during his development as a comic, moving back to his hometown in 2011 with his partner, Rachel Dory, and their two daughters. He is also known for his stand-up comedy appearances on Showtime and Nickelodeon, and as a series regular on the NBC show Last Comic Standing (seasons 1 & 3). His comedy has been critically acclaimed by Rolling Stone Magazine and XM Radio, who called his debut CD "An instant classic".

Sean Kent is a stand-up comic who stars on A&E's unscripted comedy Modern Dads. He won the 2011 San Francisco International Comedy Competitionand the 2009 Seattle International Comedy Competition.[1]

Originally from Austin, Texas, Kent resided in Los Angeles during his development as a comic, moving back to his hometown in 2011 with his partner, Rachel Dory, and their two daughters. He is also known for his stand-up comedy appearances on Showtime and Nickelodeon, and as a series regular on the NBC show Last Comic Standing (seasons 1 & 3). His comedy has been critically acclaimed by Rolling Stone Magazine and XM Radio, who called his debut CD "An instant classic".