Joey Clift is a writer, performer and enrolled member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe who has written on Wabbit and Lego Ninjago: Decoded for Cartoon Network and OMG, Swamp Talk With Shrek and Donkey and What They Got Right for DreamWorks. A web series episode he co wrote for the Fine Brothers was nominated for a 2017 Streamy Award in the Immersive category. The A.V. Club called him an “Internet troublemaker extraordinaire” after he hijacked an official Garfield Twitter Q and A in 2016 and his podcast 25 Minutes of Silence was named a podcast of the week by Splitsider. More importantly, he is the admin of the LA Underground Cat Network, an 8000 member strong Facebook group for Los Angeles comedians to share pictures of their cats. UCB Credits include the Native American comedy showcase The Ghost Of Christopher Columbus Theater Smudging Spectacular, the cat themed late night talk show Chats on Cats with Joey Clift, All 76 Characters From Avengers: Infinity War Do A Monoscene Together, Fuck This Late Night Show, Maude Night, Quick and Funny Musicals, Sketch Cram, Seinfeld The Purge, Not Too Shabby, Dad Talk A Talk Show For Dads, and about a million bit shows. His half hour sketch shows The Orange iMind 12 Keynote 2029 (co written with Gene Augusto) and Jeff Foxworthy Tours The Universe (co written with Matt Manser and Joan Ford) both received runs at the theater. He recently released a satire book about Native American representation in media called “The American Indian Ready to Wear Catalog 2018” which was illustrated by Janet Myer who is his actual mom (how cute). It’s available for purchase via Red Cat Press. Find his work at


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