About

Matt Dundas is a comedian, podcast host and activist based in the State of Maine. Matt has traveled America performing stand-up comedy and campaigning for various progressive causes and candidates.

Matt has performed at hundreds of comedy venues and festivals across the country, and has opened for Alonzo Bodden, Jimmy O. Yang, Jena Friedman, Robert Mac, Tim Harmston, Mary Mack and more. He has produced award-winning issue advocacy videos, and his 2019 one-man show, “A History of Laughter,” a comedic walking tour of Washington, D.C., was one of the Washington Post’s top picks of the Capital Fringe Festival.

His newest project is “Campaign Season,” a podcast about campaigning, which is now available on all the major podcast platforms and LaserDisc. (Ok not LaserDisc actually. Does anyone remember LaserDisc?)

If you look in the textbook on how to run a protest, you’ll see a picture of Matt Dundas.

Prior to relocating to Maine, Matt spent 10 years living in the nation’s capital, where he served as Chief Operating Officer of Capital Laughs, an independent stand-up company. Matt is the co-founder of Grassroots Comedy DC, which raises money for progressive non-profits at comedy shows.

Matt is available for stand-up, event MCing, video production and parent counseling.

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Matt Dundas is a member of the Screen Actors Guild.

See Matt’s productions here.