Comedian Eugene Mirman's speeches are known for their hilarity as well as for the inspirational insights he sneaks in between the bouts of laughter.
Born in Russia, Eugene Mirman immigrated to the United States at the age of four. He would go on to attend Hampshire College where he designed his own major of Comedy, where for his thesis, he did a one-hour stand-up act. After years honing his comedic craft, Eugene would go on to find recognition and success as the voice of "Gene" on the animated series 'Bob's Burgers.' In addition to voicing the character of Gene, Mirman has released two Comedy Central Specials and makes frequent podcast appearances.
Mirman was named Best New York City Comedian, one of the "50 Funniest" by 'Time Out New York,' and one of the 10 best comedians of the last decade by 'Paste Magazine.' With all these accolades, it's no wonder that Eugene Mirman's speeches always have the audience laughing.