Penntertainment

Funny Fridays: He’s Juggling Two Careers

Stand Up
UPennWe Penn alumni like to take on as much as we can after college. …There’s Roy Vongtama (C’96) who is an oncologist, as well as an actor.

And now I’m learning about another Penn professional who is pursuing a second career …in comedy.

When he’s not a lawyer, Matt Rittberg (Penn Law 2005) performs as a stand-up in New York’s comedy scene. Recently Matt was named a finalist in Resident Magazine’s search for “New York’s funniest resident”.

Watch Matt’s act and learn why he hates married couples

For you aspiring stand-ups out there, check out Matt’s path to becoming a stand-up and how he juggles both careers

More at Matt’s site

Check out other Penn stand up comedians

Join the DuelingTampons Facebook Group!

>

Did you like this article? You can get the latest articles at DuelingTampons.com in your email inbox each afternoon by entering your email address below. Your address will only be used for mailing you the articles, and each one will include a link so you can unsubscribe at any time.


See which Penn undergrads and alumni are registered on DuelingTampons.com

Check out our 800+ Penn videos

Sign up for daily emails to get notified about alumni and undergraduate updates! (click here to see a newsletter)

Add yourself to our facebook, friendster and/or myspace profiles!

Submitting a story to Dueling Tampons: What you need to know…


Tagged

Share this post

PinIt

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Follow us

Get Newsletter!

(We won't spam or share your email with anyone else)

OptinMonster

What People Are Saying

"Because of Penntertainment, I got scouted for Nickelodeon. I had such a great time talking with them. I may be a resource for a show on science, travel, geography, gender etc. Thanks for all you do. It really makes a difference."
-Lisa Niver Rajna C’89

More Testimonials here
Skip to toolbar
Read previous post:
Now and Then Thursdays: Flinging Nude for 15 Years

Mask and Wig performs in the buff at Spring Fling 2007Back in the Fall of 1992 Norm Golightly (C'94) wrote...

Close