Benjamin Apple makes awesome stuff.

Since 2011 Benjamin's work as a writer, director, producer, editor, and content strategist has appeared across digital and broadcast outlets like Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, The Onion, A Prairie Home Companion, Ranker.com, Vox, Funny or Die, College Humor, Super Deluxe, and Above Average. His YouTube channel has garnered millions of views, been selected as an L.A. Times Critic's Pick, and is frequently shared by top websites such as GQ, Rolling Stone, Vulture, and The Verge.



As a veteran sketch writer and UCB improviser, Benjamin loves throwing comedy curveballs that actually turn out to be grenades (of happiness). Whether it's ideating, treating, or scripting, Benjamin helps brands, directors and studios make funny ideas awesome and awesome ideas funny. Samples on request. benjamincanfly@gmail.com


VIDEOS

"Tomorrow's Stars Today" is one of dozens of in-studio sketches and hundreds of general comedy pieces Benjamin wrote for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon while working at the storied 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.


"Pumpkin Removal" is one of many original comedy sketches Benjamin ideated and wrote for the long-running radio show "A Prairie Home Companion."


"Soup" is a comedic short film Benjamin wrote, co-produced, edited, and appeared in for Funny Or Die.


"Cubed" is a short-form original web series Benjamin wrote, produced, directed, and appeared in for Broadway Video's "Above Average" channel. Appeared in the L.A. Times as a Critic's Pick.


"Medical Research Update" is one of dozens of in-studio sketches and hundreds of general comedy pieces Benjamin wrote for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon while working at the storied 30 Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.


"Is Warp Speed Possible?" is an original non-fiction short Benjamin pitched, wrote, produced, directed, and edited for Super Deluxe's "Food For Thought" series.


"Amanda Seyfried's 5 Steps to Living Life to the Fullest" is a branded Allure video featuring Amanda Seyfried which Benjamin contributed beats, punch-up and rewrites to.


"The Hunt For The Great White Stone" is an offbeat spot for Keystone Light, featuring Chuck Testa, which Benjamin contributed beats, punch-up and rewrites to.


"Terrible Auditions" is a short-form web series featuring top NYC comedic actors which Benjamin wrote, produced, directed, edited, and appeared in.


"Improvised Golf Commentary" is an improvised short-form web series Benjamin created, appeared edited, and appeared in.


"Sad Full House" is a web series Benjamin produced totaling over 8 million views and covered extensively on social outlets like Buzzfeed, Bustle, and Daily Dot.


"Darth Vader Yule Log" is a viral video totaling over 2 million views and covered extensively on social outlets like GQ, Vulture, the Verge, and Rolling Stone.