The Adam Sank Show

Biography

Over a 15-year performing career, ADAM SANK has been one of the most recognized and accomplished openly gay stand-up comics in the country, having been featured on NBC's Last Comic Standing and The Today Show, FOX's Laughs, CBS News, Vh1's I Love the 2000s and Best Week Ever, CNN's @ThisHour, CNBC's Street Signs and truTV's World's Dumbest Criminals, along with countless appearances as both a guest and fill-in host on Sirius-XM satellite radio.

His debut comedy album, 
Adam Sank: Live from the Stonewall Inn, went to No. 1 on both Amazon's list of Comedy Album Downloads and iTunes's New Comedy Releases, and it plays in rotation on Sirius-XM's Raw Dog channel. Adam also hosts a weekly podcast -- The Adam Sank Show (ASS) -- every Saturday at 11AM ET at DNRStudios.com (with past episodes available on iTunes and other audio services).

In late 2017, Adam announced that 2018 would be his final year doing stand-up. At the end of that year, Adam performed his farewell stand-up shows at three sold-out performances at New York's legendary Stonewall Inn. A recording of that event, "Adam Sank's Last Comedy Album," is set to be released on March 16, 2019 by 800 Pound Gorilla Records.

In addition to hosting his weekly podcast, Adam is a vocalist who performs with the New York City Gay Men's Chorus. He currently lives in New York City with his dog, Lady.