Joe Zimmerman, 'Cult Classic'
“The combination of Joe’s calming vocalization and inventive writing is a thing of magic. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more enjoyable show.” - Buzzfeed
West Virginian-bred, NYC-based comedian Joe Zimmerman made something special with Cult Classic, directed by Nate Bargatze. Zimmerman began his comedy career in Asheville and Charlotte, North Carolina and returned to Asheville to record his debut one-hour special at The Grey Eagle. In this autobiographical soon-to-be cult classic, Zimmerman covers childhood and adult friendship, the story of a murderous owl, the upside of depression, the courtesy of ghosting, and the strange lesson of David and Goliath.
Watch now so you can remember it in 20 years as the ultimate cult classic!
About Joe Zimmerman:
Joe grew up in Morgantown, West Virginia. He moved to New York City in 2012, appearing on The Late Late Show, John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, The Tonight Show, Conan, and Montreal’s Just for Laughs Festival as a “New Face”. He also has his own Comedy Central Half Hour. Joe has three hours out, Smiling at Wolves (audio), Innocence (audio), and his most recent Cult Classic to debut in 2023 on the Nateland YouTube channel. His writing has appeared in The New Yorker and The New York Times, and he is also a writer of scripts and short stories.