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John Heffron

When John Heffron beat out the likes of Todd Glass, Kathleen Madigan and Alonzo Bodden to claim the title spot in the 2004 season of Last Comic Standing, he’d been performing stand-up since college and had already released two albums — 1997’s Kid with a Cape and 2003’s Good Kid Bad Adult. He’s since gotten married (detailed in 2006’s The Better Half and 2009’s Middle Class Funny) and raised a teenage step-daughter. In the journey from funny kid to funny dad, he’s gained perspective (catch him complaining about how the damn kids these days wear their hats or explaining to younger audience members how the radio used to work) but he’s still immature enough to delight in anecdotes about Otter Pops or annoying his parents. As for what the next several years have in store, only Heffron — who co-wrote the 2014 advice book I Come To You From The Future: Everything You’ll Need To Know Before You Know It — knows for sure.

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