Stone and Stone

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Stone and Stone
Born March 22, 1983
New York City
Occupation Comedy Duo

Stone and Stone is an American comedy duo consisting of twin brothers, Adam and Todd Stone (born on March 22, 1983).

Life and career[edit]

Personal life[edit]

Adam and Todd Stone were born in New York City. They attended Wesleyan University together and graduated in 2005.[1]


While at Wesleyan University, the brothers developed a variety show combining their individual performance skills into a single act. During their sophomore year, the brothers gave their first performance as Stone and Stone.[2][3]

Online Series[edit]

Adam and Todd Stone portrayed recurring roles as The Henchman in Penelope Princess of Pets, a comedic online series developed by the comedy duo of Kurt Braunohler and Kristen Schaal, which also includes a theme song written and performed by comedian/musician Reggie Watts. This web series consisted of 3- to 5-minute webisodes for comedy website Super Deluxe. Penelope premiered online in March 2007, with nine webisodes released.[4] It was picked up soon after to be adapted into a television show for United Kingdom broadcaster Channel 4.[5]

Comedic short films/commercials/television[edit]

The Stones have made numerous comedic short videos featured on the web. With highlights including work for Comedy Central's Atom TV.[6][7] They also starred as principals in a national Verizon FiOS commercial.[8][9]

The Stones have appeared on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, where they reached the semi-final round in Las Vegas.[10]

Live performances[edit]

The Stone twins have performed in many of the largest comedy clubs in the U.S., including Carolines on Broadway, Gotham Comedy Club, The Laugh Factory, New York Friars' Club, Stand-Up NY and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.[11][12][13][14][15] Each month, the Stones host the long-running live show, Stone and Stone, at the Peoples Improv Theater.[16]

Awards & recognition[edit]

The Stones are both members of the New York Friars' Club.[17][18][19] In February 2008, judges Steve Schirripa and Richard Belzer selected Stone and Stone to advance to the Last Comic Standing, Season 6, semi-finals in Las Vegas.[10][20][21]


  1. ^ "Stone and Stone". WESeminars, Voices of Liberal Learning. Wesleyan University, Retrieved February 21, 2011.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  2. ^ Double trouble at Stone and Stone — The Wesleyan Argus
  3. ^ Larchmont Comedy Comes to Larchmont
  4. ^ McCarthy, Sean L. (27 October 2008). "Penelope: Princess of Pets, the finale?". the comic's comic. Retrieved 2010-05-13. The final three episodes of web series, Penelope: Princess of Pets, finally went online at Super Deluxe this morning. 
  5. ^ Emma Kat Richardson (12 January 2009). "Kristen Schaal: Indie comedy goddess". Punchline Magazine. Retrieved 2010-05-13. Well, this just came up recently, but me and my friend Kurt Braunohler made this web series called Penelope: Princess of Pets, and it looks like we’re going to turn it into a pilot for Channel 4 in London. So yeah: this year, it’s going to be me trying to figure out how to make a pilot in London. 
  6. ^ Hanukkah Mannequin | Funny Videos |
  7. ^ Holiday Hell |
  8. ^ stone and stone – Wesleying
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  10. ^ a b 'You've got your hands full': Identical twins 'Stone and Stone' compete on reality show, 'Last Comic Standing'
  11. ^ Friends of the Festival
  12. ^ Like2Laugh StandUp Comedy: Westchester, Fairfield, NYC
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  15. ^ Search Results fatel : Punchline Magazine - All things in Stand Up Comedy
  16. ^ The Peoples Improv Theater | Daily Downstairs Show Schedule for (2011-03-03)
  17. ^ Eric V. Copage (December 1, 2010). "CITYROOM; A Youth Movement at the Friars Club. No Joke.". The New York Times. Retrieved February 24, 2011. 
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  19. ^ Broadway After Dark
  20. ^ Patrick Huguenin (October 31, 2008). "New comedy faces vie for plum spot". New York Daily News, Retrieved February 21, 2011.  External link in |publisher= (help)
  21. ^ "Comedy Matters with John Leguizamo, Bill Burr, more". Punchline Magazine, August 6, 2010. Retrieved February 21, 2011.  External link in |publisher= (help)

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