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Sean Dillin

Comedian, Writer


Sean Dillin is an actor, comedian, and comedy writer. Sean has been performing
stand-up comedy since 1988; performing at comedy clubs and venues across the
southwestern United States. He was featured as a finalist and winner on the
television show, America’s Funniest People, where ABC television producer
Stephanie Keane sited him as, “another Robin Williams”.

Sticking to his philosophy of “doing it all”, Sean’s act covers all the
bases. From stand-up and one-liners, to using props, crazy characters,
improvisation and music he hits the audience with a barrage of jokes like a
comedy commando. It’s non-stop laughter from beginning to end, which is why
he has proven himself time and again to be a “show stopper“. When audiences
see Sean for the first time they are given only one piece of advice, HOLD

Sean has performed as both a solo stand-up comic and part of a comedy team.
He has also performed with several improv comedy troupes. He is a featured
performer at comedy clubs and is also an award-winning actor. He’s shared
the stage with Patty Loveless, Belinda Carlisle, Loretta Lynn, The Doobie
Brothers, Rick Springfield, K.C. and the Sunshine band, Victoria Jackson and

He has performed on film with such stars as Jane Seymour, Patrick Duffy, Don
Ameche, Stacy Keache, John O’Hurley Mr. Peterman from Seinfeld and more.
He has performed in many television commercials and corporate industrials as
well as feature films. He has been working as a creative consultant to the Phoenix Suns for the last three seasons
where he writes comedy skits for the mascot, players, and himself to
perform in. At home games his skits are performed in front of a crowd of
19,000 fans.

He was also a finalist on the Star Search spin-off, “Ed McMahon’s Next Big