Kevin Seccia is an Emmy nominated writer living in NYC. His book “Punching Tom Hanks” was published by St. Martin’s Press in June 2011. The audio version of the book will soon be available via the great people at Earwolf.
He's written for G4’s “Attack of the Show" and Nickelodeon's “Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness." Kevin's also written jokes for Ellen Degeneres and for numerous live action and animated shows for Cartoon Network, MTV, VH-1 and Disney, including the Emmy-winning series “Word Girl” on PBS, and a celebrated "Duck Dodgers" episode parodying "Kill Bill" featuring the voice of Quentin Tarantino as a kung-fu monkey.
He's also written for lots of things that were immediately cancelled.
Kevin's performed stand-up comedy on NBC's "Late Friday," Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," CBS' "The Late Late Show," and as the opener for Kathy Griffin at numerous colleges and clubs across the country where they sure were in a hurry to see Kathy. (Just kidding, he did awesome.) He's also been a featured performer at HBO's The Comedy Festival as well as Seattle's Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival.
He co-writes the autobiographical comic InvadeEverything with his pal Ariel Schrag. With his sometime partner Tim McKeon he sold a sci-fi comedy pilot to Viacom titled "Becoming Vader." They also wrote the film "Top Cat" for Anima Studios, based on the Hanna-Barbera character, which broke the opening weekend box office record for a local production in Mexico. Together they also wrote the second season of the web series In Gayle We Trust for NBC/Universal.
There were prior versions of this bio that made him sound like way more of an asshole.