About Neko White
Funny, Smart, Fresh, and magnetic, Neko White is a rising star. He began doing stand-up in 2007 at just fourteen years old. As a stand-up, Neko has been featured on TruTV’s Laff Tracks, Kevin Hart’s LOL Network, AXS TV’s Gotham Comedy Live, Fox’s Laughs, and STARZ’s “New York’s Funniest.” He has also appeared as host of Vice News’s popular series, How To Be A Person, and regular guest on MTV2’s Hip Hop Hollywood Squares. In 2015, Neko released his first one-hour comedy special, “Introducing Me”. In 2016, he won the prestigious Caroline’s March Madness Competition and was named a “New Face” at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival. Neko works all of the top clubs in New York City. He appears as the official host of the popular bi-weekly “Roast Battle” show at New York Comedy Club on top of headlining across the country on his “Introducing Me” tour. Armed with a well-developed worldview, unique background, and an endearing charm, Neko’s material sheds light through social commentary and personal analysis. He holds a mirror up to himself and everything around him and will hilariously dissect what he sees in that reflection. Neko is incredibly adept at presenting his observations whether social or personal to any audience. Even those that tend to be a little sensitive. Watching him navigate that environment, stiffening the audience with a controversial statement before slaying everyone with a well-crafted joke again and again, is refreshingly incredible. If you’ve ever watched Steph Curry on a good night, hitting ridiculous, miracle shots, each one from further away than the last, then you have an accurate idea of White’s performance. He is a needed breath of fresh air.