The beginning, when I was a kid I was really shy but I always loved to make people laugh. That was the only way I could be social but I never thought about it as a career. I always said I would never do public speaking. Then 28 years later I thought about being in the comedy field so I started doing improv. It was fun but it’s a lot harder than being a comedian you have to bond with your improv group to be successful. I met a lot of wonderful people doing improv but it wasn’t for me. After doing improv Well I seriously thought about being a comedian so I picked out a date and started writing. The writing part I think is harder than being on stage. So I did two stand up routines and the American comedy club it was ok. Then I wanted to write better so I started taking writing workshops at the national comedy club. Taking those worships helped and I would suggest to anyone to take writing classes / workshops.