Marty's stand-up comedy has been described as "Monty Python meets Film-Noir." His routine revolves around his love of horror movies, Metallica (t-shirts), Yogurtland, Doo Wop singers and the dark side of the human experience. He can be seen performing regularly at The Rec Room in Huntington Beach.



Voyage L.A. “Art & Life with Marty Wurst”

OC Weekly “Best of The Wurst” Wurst Wednesday

Verbal Violence Roast Battle at The Comedy Store (2017)

Verbal Violence Roast Battle at The Comedy Store (2016)

Open Mic Reviews got a mention in the Pasadena Weekly.

Below is an interview from "There's a Place" The ASMR talk show hosted by Adam Papagan. I’ve never done an interview with a hush hush library voice, kind of fun.

This interview was done by Rob Flores at the University of Long Beach in December of 2018. I talk about how I started in stand-up comedy and some of the bad decisions I made to realize my true calling.

Here is a 17-year-old Marty Wurst predicting his future on the radio with Glen Gerard on "The Point" 101.1 FM.  (Lahaina, Hawaii 1997) 

Comedy Flyers

 Marty has written and directed over a dozen short films and a full length feature film called Salivate. He drops truth bombs on Twitter @TheWurstTweet and detonates that shit on Instagram thewurstpictures

Marty is also an audiobook narrator. You can find his books here.


Podcast Appearances:

Handle It With Humor (producer)

This Comic’s Life

Undercover Funny

Arts & Craft Podcast

You're Such a Sex and The City Podcast

Marty Wurst was born in Englewood, New Jersey, grew up in Hawaii, and now resides in Long Beach, California.