Eugene Boris Mirman is a Russian-born American comedian, writer, and film maker, who is based in New York City. Mirman attended Lexington High School in Lexington, MA, and later Hampshire College in Western Massachusetts.
Mirman has appeared on several TV shows, including Late Night With Conan O'Brien, Comedy Central's Premium Blend and Jump Cuts, VH1, Third Watch, Cartoon Network's Home Movies, Cheap Seats, HBO's Flight of the Conchords and more. He also played a spokes-potato on Food Network and other oddities on various programs. He served as producer for the Boston-area satirical newspaper The Weekly Week from 1997 to 1999. In 2004 he released The Absurd Nightclub Comedy of Eugene Mirman, a CD/DVD on Suicide Squeeze Records. The album was voted one of the Best Albums of 2004 by both The Onion and Time Out New York. His second album, En Garde, Society was released by Sub Pop in 2006.
Mirman has appeared at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado, the Just for Laughs...
Track listing: Ever Get Drunk And...?, EdinburghJoking And Lying, Jack In The Box, Extreme BowlingTruth Or Dare, Dogs, Tube Steak Sex GuysLeaning In Chelsea, Born Gay, Gay Brother, SneezingMovie, Deep Fried Stuffed Cheeseburger, What Kind Of Animal?, Red Tide, AbortionThe Right StuffGirlfriend, American Airlines, ScientistsGrandmotherRevolve (The Complete New Testament In The Form Of A Teen Magazine.)Swearing In Russian, ImmigratingLetters To NounsHorses Talking, Bathroom DoorCoupons For The AudienceDriving And ThinkingThe Goodnight Song