Mitch Fatel

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Mitch Fatel
Mitch Fatel at the ComedyZone
Born (1968-12-20) December 20, 1968 (age 47)
Medium Stand up comedy, television
Nationality American
Years active 1993–present
Genres Stand-up comedy
Subject(s) observational comedy

Mitch Fatel (born Mitch Faytel[1] in 1968[2] in Manhattan) is a stand-up comedian. He was raised in Yonkers, New York and began doing stand-up at the age of 15.[3] In 1988 Fatel attended NYU/Tisch School of the Arts and majored in Film and Acting Studies.[4] Around this time Mitch was an intern on The Howard Stern Show. When Mitch left the show he brought in a friend of his, John Melendez. John went on to take his place as intern and became known as "Stuttering John".

Fatel performs regularly at the famed Comedy Cellar. He has performed on the Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Conan O'Brien and worked as a correspondent on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

In 2004, he released his first CD entitled Miniskirts and Muffins which debuted number one on the iTunes Comedy Charts.

XM Satellite Radio broadcast a half-hour Mitch Fatel special performed live on July 16, 2005 in Manhattan. This was released as his second CD in 2005 entitled Super Retardo.

In 2006 he took home honors as "Best Comedian" at the HBO Aspen Comedy Festival.

His first half-hour special aired on April 10, 2007 at 10PM on Comedy Central Presents which was ranked number 6 by viewers in the "Stand Up Showdown".

Tracks from his CDs are often heard on XM Comedy 150 on XM Satellite Radio on Sirius Satellite Radio's Raw Dog Comedy 104 and on Pandora Radio.

His third album "Public Displays of Perversion" was released in 2013.[5]

His radio show Sex and Swinging with Mitch and Jessica with his wife Jessica debuted on Sirius/XM Channel 101 (Howard 101) on Monday March 28, 2012.


  1. ^ Howard Stern's Negligeé and Underpants Party PPV credits
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  3. ^ "Mitch Fatel: Women Are Magical Creatures!" Retrieved 25 August 2015
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  5. ^ Berkowitz, Daniel. "Mitch Fatel Public Display of Perversion album review". The Spit Take. Retrieved 10 April 2013. 

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