Adam Sank is one of the most recognized openly gay stand-up comics in the country, having been featured on Season Six of NBC's "Last Comic Standing," in which he advanced to the New York showcase. He has also appeared as a commentator on CNBC's "Street Signs," truTV's "World's Dumbest Criminals" and Vh-1's "Best Week Ever," along with numerous radio appearances on Sirius-XM OutQ. He recently hosted two OutQ specials -- the Frank DeCaro 50th Birthday Roast, and Derek & Romaine's 10-Year Anniversary Special.
Adam will also be featured on Vh1's upcoming series "I Love the 2000s," premiering April 15, 2014.
On the East Coast, Adam has performed at all the major New York comedy clubs and has headlined in Fire Island, NY (The Ice Palace at Cherry Grove) Columbus, OH (Wall Street Night Club), Cincinnati, OH (The Dock), Pittsburgh (Cruise Bar) the Poconos, PA (Rainbow Mountain Resort and GNI Retreat), Cape May, NJ (Cabanas on the Beach and Martini Beach) and Rehoboth Beach, DE (The Blue Moon). From 2006 to 2007, he hosted "Adam Sank's Gay Bash," a monthly showcase, at Carolines on Broadway and later Comix comedy club. And for three years, Adam was the host and producer of the wildly successful "Electro Shock Therapy Comedy Hour" at New York's Therapy lounge.
More recently, Adam hosted "That Sank Show" every week at New York's Bar-Tini Ultra Lounge and "The Big Thing" and "Queens of Queens" at the Laughing Devil Comedy Club in Long Island City (Queens), NY
On the West Coast, Adam's comedy has been featured at "Thank Gays It's Friday" at West Hollywood's Laugh Factory, "Gays R Us" at the Hollywood Improv and "Rainbow Comedy Night" at Ventura Harbor Comedy Club, along with headlining spots at San Diego's Madhouse Comedy Club and Ocean Beach Comedy at Winston's.
In 2010, Adam completed the "Break-Up Comedy Tour" -- a cross-country solo tour that included stops in San Diego, Yuma, Tucson, Albuquerque, Amarillo, Oklahoma City, Little Rock, Nashville and the Poconos.