Comedian and writer Eddie Sarfaty has appeared on The Today Show, Nightline and on Comedy Central's Premium Blend. He is a regular at Caroline's and Gotham Comedy Club in New York and has performed at Montreal's Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, New York's Toyota Comedy Festival and at festivals in Columbus, Detroit, Miami, Phoenix and Washington, DC. Eddie has entertained on college campuses nationwide and at fundraisers for a variety of social and political organizations, including The National Gay & Lesbian Task Force, HRC and Lambda Legal. A favorite of crowds in Key West and Rehoboth, Eddie has also spent many summers in Provincetown, performing solo and as the newest member of the groundbreaking troupe Funny Gay Males. In addition he has been a featured performer for Atlantis Cruises, Aquafest Cruises, Romance Voyages and RSVP Vacations. Recently Eddie's short story Second Guessing Grandma received critical acclaim when it appeared in the bestselling anthology When I Knew by Regan Books, a division of Harper Collins. Since 2003 he has been on the faculty of The Theatre Lab in Washington, DC, where he teaches workshops on comedy writing and performing. Eddie recently signed a book deal with Kensington Press and is also working on several projects as a writer/performer for Logo.