Evan Altshuler is a television producer, singer-songwriter, comedy person and obvious Jew. Evan grew up in South Florida before attending Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. As a television producer, he has worked at NBC, Food Network, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, TLC, Tru-TV, and A&E alongside the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, Bobby Flay and Jimmy Fallon. In 2009, Evan began producing monthly installments of New York Magazine's 'Best Oddball Night,'™ The World Record Appreciation Society, a charity fund-raising variety show hosted by Recordsetter.com. The show took place regularly at venues such as New York's Joe's Pub, Austin's The Highball, and San Francisco's The Purple Onion and was featured in Time Out, The New Yorker, The New York Times and NBC.
Evan has been performing comedy since 2010. At the Upright Citizens Brigade, he has appeared in a slew of Advanced Study Performance Improv shows (The Evente, The Movie, The Current, etc.), He Said/She Said, and has contributed original music and voiceover work to Maude Night, The Dead Dad's Club, and That's Bullshit. He is a cast member on the BoogieManja team, Strongman Douglas; BoogieManja performs twice a month at the PIT Loft in Chelsea, Laundry Day, the first sketch comedy show at the legendary Caroline's On Broadway since the 1990s, and Live-Dubbed Sitcoms, a New York Times critic's pick produced by Jo Firestone at Videology in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He has appeared in webvideos for UCB and CollegeHumor, on OWN's The Gayle King Show, and is a regular in-studio panelist on Huffington Post's Huffpost Live digital/television channel. Evan also produces digital video content for the Upright Citizens Brigade.
A self-taught guitarist, singer and pianist, Evan has performed across the United States both headlining and supporting other artists like Ari Hest, Matt Nathanson, and (proudly,) The Dave Matthews Tribute Band. Evan can be seen improvising, acting and performing music regularly in New York City.