Tagged News Items
- DC Pierson releases debut young adult novel "Crap Kingdom"
- Splitsider includes UCBT authors on list of "Books Every Comedy Fan Should Read"
- UCBT's DC Pierson Announces Second Novel, Crap Kingdom
- Crave Online names DC Pierson "Actor to Watch in 2012"
- LA Weekly names Dominic Dierkes, Drew Droege, DC Pierson, Walsh Brothers "Comedy Acts to Watch"
- DC Pierson featured in Stephen Malkmus and The Jicks video
- Paste Magazine features 'The 10 Best Derrick Comedy Skits'
- DC Pierson book 'The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep and Never Had To' gets film adaptation
- DC Pierson interview with Simply-Showbiz.com
- "Worst. Prom. Ever." featuring several UCBT performers premieres Tuesday, May 10 at 10pm on MTV
- UCBT performers attached to indie comedy film "The Hand Job"
- James Adomian, Donald Glover, DC Pierson named "Actors to Watch in 2011"
- DC Pierson's novel "The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep and Never Had To" available for pre-order
- UCBT shows and performers win 2008 ECNY Awards
- Recap of Derrick Comedy and Mystery Team at Sundance: "Brilliant and Hilarious"
- Films from UCBT performers Charlyne Yi & Derrick selected for exhibition at 2009 Sundance Film Festival
DC Pierson is an author, actor, and comedian. His first novel The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep And Never Had To was published by Vintage in 2010 and went on to win the American Library Association's ALEX Award. His most recent novel, Crap Kingdom, about a kid who discovers he's the Chosen One in a really crappy fantasy world, was published by Viking in 2013. His comedy group DERRICK made a movie called "Mystery Team" that went to Sundance in 2009. Their comedy videos have been viewed over 250 million times online. A half-hour of his stand-up and his storytelling show "DC Pierson Is Bad At Girls" can be seen at his YouTube page, http://youtube.com/dcpierson" title="Link: http://youtube.com/dcpierson">http://youtube.com/dcpierson, and he writes frequently at http://dcpierson.tumblr.com" title="Link: http://dcpierson.tumblr.com">http://dcpierson.tumblr.com. He performs every Sunday night in UCBLA's Shitty Jobs.