Ask A Ninja Live: Frenemies and Liam Sullivan Show: Internet Stars in SF Sketchfest
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The last date listed for Ask A Ninja Live: Frenemies and The Liam Sullivan Show was Thursday January 28, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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A Ninja leads a lighting fast, fun and furious journey that solves all of the major problems facing the U.S and Earth. In 2005, Kent Nichols, Douglas Sarine and a Ninja created Ask A Ninja.com. The webseries has been viewed over 130 million times and has expanded into a book, a live show and even an iPhone app. The Ninja has been quoted on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives, featured in The Wall Street Journal, Wired and The New York Times Magazine, and interviewed on Adam Corolla, NPR and G4’s Attack of the Show. The Ninja has been honored with numerous awards such as a Webby and the first ever YouTube Best Series award. Hiya!
Liam Sullivan is the director/performer behind LiamShow.com, a collection of funny short films created by and starring Liam. In late 2006, Liam’s musical comedy video “Shoes” went viral on YouTube, spawning hundreds of fan remakes and launching Liam’s character Kelly into internet stardom. Liam’s video “Muffins,” a commercial parody, has become another YouTube smash, with his original posting and fans’ re-postings of the video combining for over 20 million views. His follow-up to “Shoes”, “Let Me Borrow That Top,” in which Liam plays five of the main characters, was nominated for a 2007 YouTube Video Award in Comedy, and has received over 13 million views.
Liam recently completed a nationwide tour with comedian Margaret Cho, showcasing new videos and live performances. In addition to directing, writing, editing and performing his own material, he is also an experienced TV and film actor, and has been featured on the TV shows 8 Simple Rules, Gilmore Girls, Alias, and in the movie The Convent. In the fall of 2007 he became a series regular in the VH1 series I Hate My 30s, a show produced by Drama34 Productions.