About

I’m a writer. I’m a producer. Everything else I am is up for debate. This blog is my account of things that I am trying for the first time.

I have produced, written, and cast TV shows including America’s Got Talent on NBC, Scared Famous on VH1, Baggage on the Road on GSN, and Operation Repo on TruTV among many others.  I’ve worked with some of the most notable comedic talent every year at the Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival including Louie Anderson, Lewis Black, JoKoy, Hannibal Burress, and many others.  I also was a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, and contributed to the San Diego Union-Tribune, and Associated Press for years.

I also have a Bachelor’s in Communication and a Master’s in English. Both are up for sale. They’ve barely been used.

You can contact me on Twitter @JokesOnJosh or via e-mail at joshua@joshuasandoval.com

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6 thoughts on “About

  1. Whitney says:

    Inspiration at its finest. 🙂

  2. Very entertaining account of your endeavors to learn something new. Mani-Pedis are great, I am glad you tried it. If nothing else for the sheer enjoyment of an hour of pampering.
    l’ll come back to see what else you are up to.

  3. Eve says:

    Post number 16 concerning smoking cigarettes. It was an intresting read, I am never able to preoperly explain how smoking is not as much part of the american lifestyle as it is in France.
    I came across your blog through a friend. I enjoyed the story about Runyon, truly a wonderful place, I have never run there personnally, but have been up there for hikes a few times in the past.

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