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The comedian and veteran TV host chats zombies on AMC’s “Talking Dead” on Sundays and brings home the laughs weeknights on Comedy Central’s hit late night game show, “@midnight.” He tweets all day to his 2.2 million followers @nerdist and hosts everyone from astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson to actor Aaron Eckhart on his daily Nerdist Podcast.
I just kind of made the conscious decision like, I think I can apply these principles to life.” Also read: Comedy Central Renews ‘Tosh.0’ for 3 More Seasons It was as much his determination to rebuild his life and career through sheer force of will as his nerd bona fides that made the 42-year-old Hardwick a hero among his devoted fans. “Content is ultimately the most important thing to people.
and kind of used that nerd part of my brain to basically just try to conquer it as best as I could, as if it were a video game,” Hardwick said.
It was then, in 2003, that the early inklings of what would eventually become Hardwick’s Nerdist media empire came to light. I have all this experience hosting television shows, I’m a comedian, and I love all this stuff, that was traditionally considered to be like nerd stuff – which, before then, there was no real place for in the entertainment business because the audience was considered too niche.
Q: Is there anyone you fantasize about having on the show? Q: OK, I was sort of thinking of people who are still alive…
but what do you think Mark Twain would say about filled with colorful adjectives and jumping frogs. He would have particularly loved the episode about frog-catching.