Stand Up Comedy
2017 started out with a bang for Mo Mandel. Along with making a big guest-star appearance on CBS' hit show "2 Broke Girls," he booked a role on Comedy Central's upcoming sitcom "Hampton DeVille," released his first hour special on NBC'S comedy platform SeeSo, and the series that Mandel created and executive produces, "Comedy Knockout," was picked up for a third season by truTV. Best known for making over 40 appearances on "Chelsea Lately" and hosting truTV's "Barmageddon" for two seasons, Mandel has also made numerous appearances on "Conan" and "The Late Late Show," has a half-hour special on Comedy Central, twice lost on his own "Comedy Knockout," and was a guest on Adam Carolla's popular podcast. In the past, Mandel has guest-starred on such hit shows as "Modern Family," "Modern Family," "Castle" and "Happy Endings," and was one of the leads of NBC'S office comedy "Free Agents," opposite Hank Azaria, Natasha Leggero and Kathryn Hahn.