Born in the shadows of the volcano Mt. Rainier, raised on caffeine and salmon, and after a poorly planned career in professional skiing (and two knee surgeries), Andy Haynes went to college and studied religion because he had taken the most units in that field and wanted to graduate.
Around this same time, Andy Haynes started doing stand up comedy and never stopped. He did a stint in Washington D.C. before moving to New York, where he performed on Late Nite with Jimmy Fallon, at the 2012 JFL New Faces showcase, and drove a moving truck. He finally ended up in LA.
Andy Haynes has been a full time comedian for the past six years, performing on Conan, his own Comedy Central half hour special, and writing for a number of different television shows. He's also acted in a few things, including a very prestigious Rent-A-Center ad.
Andy Haynes now splits his time between LA and NYC and wherever someone will pay him to make jokes. He loves watching soccer (especially Arsenal), petting other people's dogs, and going into the wilderness. He has a niece he facetimes with. He is a regular at the Comedy Store and the Comedy Cellar.