Ted Greenberg is an American comedian, writer, and playwright from New York City.
Greenberg made his stand-up debut at age 15 at New York City's Comic Strip. While attending Harvard, he served as a staff writer for The Harvard Lampoon. After graduating, he was hired as a writer for Late Night with David Letterman where he wrote Letterman segments such as "audience public access cable TV show", "Velcro suit", and "staff parent's night". He and eight other staff writers, including David Yazbek and Chris Elliot, received an Emmy Award in 1984. In 1979, Greenberg produced and starred with David Yazbek in the Manhattan Cable television series Dr. Mime, Doctor of Mime.
After returning to stand-up, Greenberg performs across the Northeast. He has a live comedy show, Ted Greenberg's The Complete Performer, which is on its eleventh season at the Soho Playhouse. In the show, Greenberg performs stand-up for an hour and then drives an audience member home in a taxi cab. Greenberg has also written a play, ACE, which premiered Off-Broadway in 2017.
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