From the popular podcast The Mormon and The Methhead, Aaron Woodall is as charming and delightful on stage as he is honest and vulnerable. Once a nice young man adored by mothers everywhere, Aaron sadly grew into a hedonistic heathen who finds joy in sick, depraved delights such as marijuana, and R-rated movies (both good, it turns out). But even after growing up to learn that God is dead, love isn't real, and beer doesn't even taste very good, he never gave in to cynicism. His ability to effervescently share all of life's sad disillusions with a sense of wide-eyed excitement once got him named one of Conan O’Brien’s Comics To Watch at the New York City Comedy Festival in 2018. His jokes have been seen on FOX, Hulu, Fusion, Epix, and the Boise, Idaho Army Navy Surplus Store's website (this is true, apparently). He also has two specials on streaming now on Dry Bar Comedy and his aptly-named 2020 album WOODALLALONE.