New York improviser: Neruda Williams

Neruda Williams

Founder and Executive Director of the Harlem Comedy Festival

UCB Training:

Sketch Elective Geoff Garlock Completed Mar 20, 2017

AS Improv Michael Delaney Completed Mar 17, 2017

Improv 401 Nicole Drespel Completed Dec 21, 2016

Improv 301 Ben Rameaka Completed Jan 30, 2016

Improv 201 David Siegel Completed Nov 15, 2016

Sketch 301 Geoff Garlock Completed Nov 2, 2013

Sketch Elective Diversity Completed Apr 28, 2013

Improv 101 Gavin Speiller Completed Dec 15, 2012

Sketch 201 Erik Tanouye Completed Dec 18, 2012

Sketch 101 Rachael Mason Completed Mar 11, 2012

Proud, Black, and Colombian-American comedian, Neruda Williams was born and raised in Harlem, New York. After getting his B.A. in Media Studies at The New School University he began comedy in '08. He is the founder and creative director of the only Black comedy festival in New York City, The Harlem Comedy Festival. He was Co-producer and co-host of the "Three A Negroes" podcast, Co-producer of the "Under The Table Comedy Show" at New York Comedy Club, and Co-producer of the "Birthday Show" (formerly at the Creek and Cave) now at the The Stand and Standing Room Comedy Clubs.