Aaron Karo (pronounced KAY-ro
) is a bestselling author and nationally headlining comedian.
His books include Ruminations on College Life
(Simon & Schuster), Ruminations
on Twentysomething Life
Schuster), I’m Having More Fun Than You
(HarperCollins), and the critically acclaimed
young adult novel Lexapros and Cons
Comedy Central Records released Karo's debut stand-up album Just
Go Talk to Her
in 2008. He has performed on
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
, and in 2010 he starred in his own one-hour Comedy Central special Aaron
Karo: The Rest Is History. His
third album I Need to Tell You Something was released in 2012. He has headlined such venues as the Best Buy Theater in New York, the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, and the House of Blues in Chicago.
Karo’s career began in September 1997 when he wrote a funny
email from his freshman dorm room that eventually spawned his celebrated column
. In September 2012,
Karo concluded the column after fifteen years, having grown his readership from
twenty friends to 100,000 subscribers around the world.
From 2008 to 2012 he ran
Ruminations.com, the largest user-generated humor community on the web. He has also developed sitcoms for 20th Century Fox, MTV,
Warner Brothers, The CW, CBS Paramount, and Comedy Central.
Karo was born and raised in Plainview, New York, and
graduated magna cum laude with a
Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of
Pennsylvania. He is represented by Gersh and Foundry,
and can be reached via email, Twitter, and Facebook. His entire catalog of books, albums, and stand-up specials is available below and on iTunes.