The first step Mile K took in his comedy career was to drop out of high school. He spent his remaining teenage years in a California surf town, living in a trailer and consuming irresponsible amounts of drugs during his shifts at an ice cream shop. Somehow, he found himself graduating from Berkeley a few years later with a degree in philosophy. The year was 2007 and the economy was itching to crash. It did and, with few real job prospects, Miles began pursuing stand-up comedy in San Francisco by night and waiting tables at Bubba Gump Shrimp Company by day.

In a few short years, Miles found himself a beloved member of the San Francisco comedy community. His stand-up was reviewed by the SF Weekly as “ever unpredictable and always hilarious.” His sketch show “Everything Jamboree” was featured at SF Sketchfest. He was invited to perform stand-up for the likes of Google and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. His written work began to appear on the front pages of VICE, Reddit and College Humor. All in all, a true tale of rags to slightly more fashionable rags purchased from a vintage boutique named “Rags.”

Miles now resides in Los Angeles. He runs the popular weekly show “Babe Island” and was just featured in the most recent season of Hulu’s original stand-up series, “Coming to the Stage.” He pays his bills writing ad copy and sleeps in a loft bed above his desk. He would love to meet you.