Since 1991, this South Buffalo boy has been working comedy clubs and colleges totaling 43 US states, as well as Canada and Ireland. Tim has been featured nationally on ABC (America’s Funniest People), Comedy Central (Stand-Up Stand-Up and Short Attention Span Theatre), and recently on WeTV’s Stand Up Mom. He has also appeared on the regional Fox TV stand up revues Night Shift and Live At The Funny Farm as well as CHCH TV’s Club 54 in Canada. His comedy is featured on ComedyTimeTV.com, from the Pasadena Ice House, and Sirius Radio’s RawDog Comedy Channel. Tim has been working professionally in the creative arts since 1980 including six seasons acting with Buffalo’s renowned Shakespeare In Delaware Park from ‘80 to ‘85.  In 1985 he moved to Chicago to attend the Second City Training Center, where he ended up ghost writing material for their Mainstage and ETC shows, working with and sharing the stage with talented writer-performers such as Tina Fey, Steven Colbert, and Steve Carrell. In 1989 he became head writer of the critically acclaimed Underground Theatre Conspiracy comedy troupe. From that experience he went on to write many plays, 6 of which were produced professionally including 2006’s “Diner Tales” which received a Jeff Recommendation for its run at Chicago’s Raven Theatre. Tim Joyce now loves living back in his hometown of Buffalo in the historic Allentown neighborhood accompanied by Connie, his wife of over 31 years. He loves and always will love touring the country and making people laugh, and would never trade his Blue Collar roots for anything.