A Bottle of Stotle
Watching Aristotle do stand-up is entertaining, impressive, and a wee bit alarming. With some strangely intelligent insight, an array of absurd characters and loads of impressive physicality, there is never a dull moment while he graces the stage.
Aristotle is the winner of The 2010 Broward Holiday Comedy Festival, The 2011 David Stebbins Comedy Contest and the 2011 South Florida Halloween Comedy Festival. He participated in Rooftop Comedy’s National College Comedy Competition sponsored by TBS and was named Florida’s top rising star in the inaugural Florida’s Funniest Comedian Contest. Recently he was a semi-finalist in the Cleveland Comedy Festival and a semi-finalist in the 2012 Florida’s Funniest Comedian Contest. Aristotle’s unique style has proven that creative comedy still exists and that people laugh at weird things. He is also a featured columnist for BroBible.com. See his work HERE.
He had his first television appearance in 2011 where he co-wrote and hosted the pilot episode of Seminole Night Life; a student run production from the Media Production school at Florida State University. The show aired on WFSU-TV, Tallahassee on May 10, 2011 at 7PM. The ratings were ridiculously high and people were enamored.
Aside from his TV appearance on a public access channel and standup comedy on the reg, Aristotle and his cousin Billy Bowling co-wrote, co-directed, co-produced and acted in a webseries called, “That Awkward Moment.” It is mildly amusing at best.
Aristotle is notorious for not writing is own BIO’s or managing his own money. He enjoys Chipotle more than any human should.