Born and raised in Vallejo, California, Myles Weber discovered stand-up very early in life. In fact, he won his fifth-grade talent show performing stand-up at just ten years of age. He has since studied the art of making people laugh. Myles is currently a host and writer for the Portico network, a writer for Smosh Pit Weekly, and was also featured on The Ricki Lake Show, and I Almost Got Away With It on The Discovery Channel. He has worked with some of the biggest names in comedy today, including, but not limited to: Robin Williams, Rob Schneider, Louie Anderson, Doug Benson, Chris D’Elia, Ralphie May, Pablo Francisco, Jeffrey Ross and Dana Carvey.