Chris Robinson is a writer, improviser, and content creator from Neptune, New Jersey. For as long as he can remember, he’s loved cartoons, comic books, and the fantastical worlds they create. After starting a mildly popular channel in the early days of YouTube, Chris amassed over 8,000 subscribers and nearly a million views. He went on to perform stand-up comedy and train as an improviser at the People’s Improv Theater (The PIT) in New York City. He also honed his writing skills under former Saturday Night Live writer and PIT founder Ali Farahnakian.
After befriending artist Tim Walsh while working together at a marketing company, the two decided to write and create an animated series based on of Tim’s comic strip A Daze Work. Chris jumped at the chance to work on the project, citing his comedic influences as not only such live-action series as “Saturday Night Live” and “The Kids in the Hall” but also such cartoons as “Rock’s Modern Life,” “Ren & Stimpy,” and “The Simpsons.”
Bringing A Daze Work to life as a comic book has been a dream come true, and after sharing a stage with Stan Lee at San Diego Comic Con 2016, it’s one he doesn’t want to wake up from. When he’s not writing or watching too much TV, Chris loves spending time with his wife Tara, and their (almost) 2-year-old son, Kyle.