Less than two years after getting started, Collin won his first comedy competition (the 2001 Rocky Mountain Laff-Off), and later that year found himself featured on Comedy Centralâ€™s â€œBest of the Improv.â€2003 proved to be another successful year for the up-and-comer, as he was a â€œBest in Festâ€ feature at the renowned Montreal Comedy Festival.
Flash back eleven years ago to LAâ€™s Laugh Factory â€“ aspiring stand-up comic Collin Moulton waits in line 10 hours for the chance to take the stage for three minutes on his first open mic night. Now fast-forward to December 2010. Collinâ€™s still waiting around at a comedy venue, but this time heâ€™ll get considerably more than three minutes of stage time, and best of all, heâ€™s performing his first ever Stand-up special for Television (Showtime). A 30 minute stand-up special called â€œThatâ€™s Just Chicken Stupidâ€ that is currently running on Showtime.
â€¦300 shows a year around the country, including performances at comedy shrines like Carolineâ€™s (NYC), The Funnybones (Columbus, Des Moines, Virginia Beach, Richmond, Toledo, Omaha, Richmond, Hartford etc...), The Improv (LA, Irvine, Brea, Denver, Tampa, etc...), The Laugh Factory, The Icehouse (Pasadena, CA), the Punchline (San Francisco), and Ridleyâ€™s Comedy Castle (Detroit, MI). When not working the countryâ€™s glitziest rooms on the coasts, Collin leaves no comedy club stone unturned in the nationâ€™s heartland. One week you might find him working a stretch of one-nighters across Texas and Oklahoma; the next week he could be on a four-night stand in Ohio. Or late this fall he could be emceeing Whiteyâ€™s annual redneck dragqueen show in Burlington Iowa... Maybe you should wait to see that on video.