Comedian Dave Neal hosted me on his podcast, Sex Actually, and we had an electric convo about doing comedy back on the East Coast and how I bombed so badly that I got kicked off an Island. Eventually we get into dating, relationships and how karaoke gets me laid. The whole thing is funny and interesting, we hope. Subscribe to the Sex Actually Podcast with Dave Neal for more relationship talk from comedians. ITUNES LINK HERE

I guest starred as Myron Affleck on the first season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and got to work with Tina Fey. I later got to record some additional lines of dialogue in a voice over with her, just me and her. It was one of the greatest days of my life.

Youtube star Nikki Limo sits down with Jonesy backstage at the Hollywood Improv comedy club and talks about his pre-show rituals, guilty pleasures, and love of hookah. Jonesy asked NIkki on a date after this interview and she declined saying, “I don’t date guys that wear Hanes t-shirts out in public.”

The Edge with Jonesy was a show I produced, wrote and hosted for The Dish Network in 2016. It was a comedy talk show format centering around paranormal and weird fringe phenomena. Among my guests were a Flat Earth theorist, a man who claimed to have been bewitched by an ex and David Oman from the Oman House – the most haunted home in Hollywood.

My friend Thomas Jordan who is a successful host and Youtuber in Los Angeles interviewed me for his series called, Running the Light, where he picks the brains of a standup comedian. The interview isn’t very funny, however it gives an insight into my opinion of the craft and business of standup comedy at this moment in time. Follow Thomas Jordan’s Youtube channel for more interesting content.

I played David Letterman’s son, Harry Letterman, in a sketch on the Late Show with David Letterman. I followed it up with about 50 emails to the show producers trying to get myself on as a recurring character but they didn’t respond. So emo Harry Letterman was a one-off. But a memorable one in my opinion.

The Reel Guys (Evan Ferrante and Jordan Bielsky) had me on their show. What’s it like? Well, they picked me up, took me out to see a film at the theater and then took me home, cooked a meal and we talked about it on a podcast. It was by far the highlight of my week. The film we saw/discussed was Raw, a French independent film that I Evan described as a cannibal coming of age movie. Subscribe and listen my episode AT THIS ITUNES LINK.

My guest starring appearance on Gotham Season 1 in the Episode titled, Balloonman, was big for me. I got to work all day with both stars and they were so kind.  I will never forget this experience.

 

 

My buddy Thom Tran is a comedian army veteran and on his podcast we discussed the military reaction to Colin Kaepernick’s NFL pregame choices, my – at the time – new job as hosting Battlecam Live on Dish and getting my own show on the same network. TAKE A LISTEN LINK

My interview by Parle Magazine, a bi-monthly urban publication took place over the phone in 2016 and I was honored to be one of the few comedians they covered for their widely read columns. I began a relationship with the Parle community by doing live talent shows with them back in NYC and Kevin and the crew were always kind and supportive. This piece covers my fist arrival in Los Angeles, my impressions and aspirations. READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT THIS LINK> 

I started my standup career in Boston and it was there that I met Greg Boggis. Greg is a very intelligent, funny and generous Bostonian and I had the pleasure of being on season three of his show, The Boggis Hour. We talk about my move to Los Angeles and my time in Boston as a new comic and my adventures in New York City as a working actor.

I was a guest on the Movie Night podcast with hosts Dwayne Perkins and T.K. Kelly. These fellas are very funny and polite Los Angeles comedians and we had a great time discussing one of my favorite sports docs of all time, Hoop Dreams.

 

I was a guest on the Guys We Fucked Podcast with my friends Corinne Fisher and Krystyna Hutchinson. We go pretty in depth about cheating and my history with that behavior. TBH the episode isn’t half as funny as the conversation we had in my kitchen the previous night. Nonetheless, I was so happy and honored to be a part of their groundbreaking show.

Looking for a good book?  Each week your host Cornelius Peter interviews an ever changing group of comedians, authors,and entertainers and asks each to bring in a book recommendation to share with our audience. I was a guest comedian on episode 5 where I discussed one of my favorite comedic novels about Los Angeles, Hollywood by Charles Bukowski.

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Puke Bucket Show

I was interviewed by the transformative culture website, RealitySandwich.com about my one man show, Puke Bucket: a Comedian’s Ayahuasca Journey.

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Whatever made you think that ayahuasca was funny?
Well, I’ve been a standup comedian for over ten years and I suffer from what I call the “comedian brain”, which is that I think EVERYTHING is funny, or anything can be made into a joke…
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I guest starred on NBC’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Tina Fey’s face should be on the Mount Rushmore of comedy writers/producers and I was fortunate enough to have booked a guest starring role on her latest project, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. This Netflix single camera comedy shot in New York City and stars Ellie Kemper (The Office) and Titus Burgess (30 Rock). My character Myron Affleck, the third least known loser Affleck brother. In episode 3 I direct Titus in the Spiderman on Broadway play. The role required a thick Boston accent, something I was born with.

Interview at Give Me Astoria

Interview for Native New Yorker

I was featured on The Last Laugh by NewYorkNatives.com. My friend and fellow comedian Erik Braunstein interviewed me about my standup, commercial, voice over and television acting career. It was an honor to be included in this series and a joy to spend the afternoon on camera with my buddy Erik and the good people of New York Natives. Just a footnote: I am not a native New Yorker however I was told they were having difficulty finding true natives. There are so few, apparently.