Honored as one of the "Ten Standout Stand-Ups Worth Watching" by Back Stage magazine, Ray Ellin is comedy's renaissance man: comic, television host, actor, writer and producer/director.
Ray began his career as a stand-up comedian at the age of 15. Today, he is a featured performer in NYC's hottest comedy clubs and a regular weekend emcee at the world famous Comic Strip Live. Known for his ability to ad-lib and improvise with any crowd, Ray has become New York's most sought-after host.
Ray is currently directing the feature film "The Bourbon Brothers" starring Academy-Award winner Mercedes Reuhlhe was also the executive produced and directed the movie "The Latin Legends Of Comedy," released by 20th Century Fox. He has racked up an impressive list of television credits including appearances on HBO's "Chris Rock Show," FOX's "Fox X-Press," ABC's "Primetime Live," NBC's "Friday Night" and "Today Show" and England's "Mancs vs. Yanks."