Hello jerks!


Hampton Yount was born, raised and educated by wolves. He's also a comedian and writer. 

He's so silly.

Hampton (It's me, come on) started in the DC area where he grew from the worst comedian in the world to the second worst comedian in the world. Eventually he won local competitions (DC Improv Funniest Local Comedian 2008) and then set his sights on Los Angeles, where he currently resides. Over years Hampton has participated in the following stand up achievements...

- Comedy Central Half Hour (2015)

- Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail (2015)

- Montreal Just For Laughs (2014)

- Conan (2014)

- Last Comic Standing (2014)

- Comedy Central's Miami Comedy Festival (2014)

- Gilda's Laughfest (2014)

- Headlined Laugh Your Asheville Comedy Festival (2014)

- Adam Devine's House Party (2013)

- Named one of the Top Comic to Watch by Comedy Central (2013)

- New York Comedy Festival (2013)

- SXSW (2012)

- Bridgetown Comedy Festival (5 years)

- Named one of the Comic's to Watch by LA Weekly (2012)

- Esquire's Top Comedians To Watch (2012)


Hampton has also been working as a writer for such shows as... 

- Ridiculousness 

- Upload With Shaquille O'Neal 

- Loiter Squad 

-Upcoming comedy show on AMC

- Some pretty cool pilots that didn't get picked up

But he's also got wolf stuff he can fall back on.

Also, the webcomic that he made with his brother Clay Yount Rob and Elliot has reached a wide fanbase and has been a critics' favorite on occasion. 

Here are some reviews of him...

He’s got this really boyish face, and he’s a really great joke writer. Stylistically, he’s not the same as Paul F. Tompkins, but he has the same ability to build a premise in a way that you don’t see the joke coming. Then, suddenly, he’s taken it to a place that you don’t see.
— Esquire Magazine
Of all the comedians coming to The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, I was most excited to see Hampton perform... and he lived up to the expectations. He is a very good dude and a very funny comedian who truly has fun on stage!
— Marshall Chiles, runs the Funny Farm and Laughing Skull Lounge in Atlanta.
Hampton—he is the rare dependable one that shows up on time, clean & sober, destroys the room and quietly leaves—no drama.
— Curt Shackleford, runs Laugh Riot at the Hyatt Comedy Club, and Standupcomedytogo.com
Unflappable devilish intelligence
— accurately describes Brightestyoungthings.com
Yount, has a relaxed, gregarious comic style
— points out The Washington Post