Photo by Jenni Walkowiak

Photo by Jenni Walkowiak

"Who?"- Most People

Kevin Seefried is a comedian and writer who splits his time between Washington, D.C. and Brooklyn, NY. Known for his upbeat energy, tight joke-writing, and playful stage presence, Kevin performs frequently at both clubs and alternative venues in New York and D.C. 

Kevin has performed in over 20 states and the District of Columbia, including appearances at the 2014 Laughing Skull, Laughing Devil, DevilCup, Boston, Boston Comedy Arts, and Derby City, 2015 Inside Joke, Brooklyn, and DevilCup, 2016 202, 2018 Blue Whale, and 2019 Underground Comedy Festivals. He has also performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as part of the 2019 REACH Opening Festival.

Kevin hosts, books, and produces “Heavy Hitters,” a weekly stand-up show at the 618 Cocktail & Whiskey Lounge in the Chinatown area of Washington, DC. For more info on Heavy Hitters you can like the show on Facebook. He also co-produces Taste Test Comedy, a nationally touring show that combines top-notch food vendors with top-notch comedians and co-founded The Mendoza Line comedy show, voted "Best Live Comedy" by the Boston A-List in 2014 (just 6 months after its inception!).

Kevin’s podcast “From the Stretch: A Baseball Podcast. Kind Of.” can be found on iTunes here. FTS features conversations between Kevin and other comics talking about baseball — not like analysts, like fans (or in the case of a lot of guests…non-fans). If you have any interest in supporting the pod via Patreon, you can do so here.

You can book Kevin to do stand-up comedy or play second base for a triple-A ballclub by emailing him at KevinCSeefried (at)

Will I like this Kevin guy who says he's a "Comedian?"

Probably not!

What Is a Comedian?

Typically,  a comedian is someone who makes people go "haha" when he sends a group text message. Comedians are often compared to the Batman villains "The Riddler" and "The Joker," but they are actually more like poor versions of "The Penguin" because of the whole narcissism thing.

What was Ricky Ledee's batting line for the New York Yankees in 1999?

.276/.346/.476. Not bad!


"Hi, I'm Kevin Seefried. Nice to meet you!" - Kevin Seefried