In a Nutshell: David Tveite is a standup comedian who lives in New York City.
In Some Other, Larger Variety of Shell: David Tveite (pronounced like “whitey” with a ‘t’ in front of it) is a tall, perpetually embarrassed Caucasian fellow with what the Washington Post described as “the moptop haircut and mischievous grin of a 12-year-old boy.”
David has appeared on NBC's "Last Comic Standing" and performed at festivals across the country, including Portland’s Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Atlanta’s Laughing Skull Comedy Festival and Seattle’s Bumbershoot Music Festival. He currently resides in New York City where he regularly performs standup and hosts Sadness Town, a live podcast about music he was into in high school. By turns dark, silly and uncomfortably honest, David is a grown-ass child trying to teach himself to be an adult.
- Washington Post: ‘Sadness Town!’ Terrible musical taste is played for laughs at D.C.’s newest comedy show
- Washington Post: Washington's comedians are taking a do-it-yourself approach
- Washington City Paper: Live Podcast "Sadness Town" Revives Teen Angst (and Linkin Park)