Londale Theus Jr. is an actor, stand up comic, improviser, and writer from Los Angeles. He took his first improv class towards the end of 2012 and has been training at UCB ever since and loving it. After a knee injury ended his days of Division 1 College Basketball, his interest in comedy and performing led him to the CSU Long Beach Theatre Program. Upon finishing his two years in the program, he started working as a full time actor in TV (Chelsea Lately, The Tonight Show), Film, and National Commercials (State Farm, HP/Intel). He does stand up all over LA, has won comedy competitions at Flappers, where he performs regularly as well as The Comedy Store and more. In addition to having a stand up & interview segment on Last Call With Carson Daly, he was also a writer for the CBS Diversity Showcase 2015 and a performer in the showcase in 2016. Londale is so grateful to be a part of the UCB Diversity program which has allowed him to continue training through the aid of the Diversity Scholarship. He has been trained by some of the best: Will McLaughlin, Drew Difonzo Marks, Mike Still, Billy Merritt, Johnny Meeks, Joel Spence and coached by Alex Fernie, Adam McCabe, Mary Holland, Jen Krueger and more. Some of his UCB Credits include: UCBlack History Month Comedy Hour, The OkCupid Show, Revolver, Death Valley Tween Fest, Winslow presents: Superteam, Bangarang: The Weekend, Christmas in Hell, The Black Agenda, Big Grande's Freaks On A Leash and more. Londale is exploding with joy to be on Harold Night with his team ROCOCO and he spent two amazing years as an actor on the Maude Team BOMBARDIER as well! You can also check him out at indie shows with his all black male team PHI BETA NEGRO. Anything else you want to know is on his site www.TallDarkAndFunny.com


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