Artie Brennan is an award winning actor and comedian from NYC.
Artie studied drama at NYU, Iona College, and with Joanna Beckson at her private studio. He honed his improv & sketch comedy skills at TheSecond City (Chicago), and The Upright Citizen's Brigade (UCB NY) under founders Matt Walsh (Veep) and Ian Roberts (Key & Peele).
On your TV or iPad, he has appeared in House Of Cards on NETFLIX, The Affair on Showtime, Nat Geo's American Genius, Comedy Central's The Onion Sports Dome, and ABC's For Life.
He won Best Actor for the dark thriller "In For Business" at the Best Shorts Competition and was nominated for Best Actor at The Maverick Movie Awards.
Artie wrote and developed the live NYC show with Zene Coley, "A2Z: Black & White", into a tv pilot, that earned him a nomination for Best Actor at the NYCTV Fest and The Hip Hop Film Festival. His script was also nominated at the Top Indie Film Awards.
Artie has appeared on the cover of the NY Post and IndieWire for his lead role in the Factory 25 produced sitcom "Dad Day".
He has shot national commercials & campaigns for ESPN (Scott Van Pelt), Good Morning America (with Shaquille O'Neal), Optimum cable, and Kiehl's.
Artie is the co-creator and co-star of "TheSuper Crazy Funtime Show", a TimeOut NY and AMNY critic's pick for best comedy shows in NYC. The Off-Broadway show was the first Live indoor event to open NYC after the pandemic. They have won several awards and have been featured on Funny Or Die.
Artie was recently cast in the Off-Broadway show "With A Little Help...It's John Belushi". "Artie Brennan brought Steve Beshekas and Brian Doyle Murray skillfully to life"-Times Square Chronicles
Live and filmed sketch comedy is where he is most at home, working on every major stage in NYC (UCB, PIT, CREEK AND THE CAVE, ASYLUM NYC, BROADWAY COMEDY CLUB, BROOKLYN COMEDY COLLECTIVE and more) Artie is a founding member of the sketch house team Steve's Hard Milk at The People's Improv Theater. He has also performed improv in over 100 shows with The Red Tie Mafia in a dank, stank basement theater on Manhattan's west side.
As a writer/director Artie's project "Gowanus Galapagos", a nature mockumentary, was a top ten pick in National Geographic's Wild to Inspire. The comedy was picked up by Brooklyn On Demand. His filmSnuffalafaghost:Hip Hop's First Stylistwon the Audience Choice Award at the Inaugural Hip Hop Film Festival in NYC. The short also has played at The Alamo Drafthouse in Texas and The Glory Cinema Club Paris in Paris, France. Artie's short parody film "#Nomadland" is currently playing at festivals in the US, debuted in London at The Daftas and won best short comedy at the Virgin Spring Cinefest in Kolkata, India