Landon Charles Hughes is an L.A.-based Stand-Up Comedian and Filmmaker from San Diego, CA.
Comedian, Filmmaker, and Host of the podcast, The Last Time I Smoked, when Landon isn’t busy on the hunt for jokes and interesting conversation, he can be found writing, directing, producing, and acting in a variety of film projects. Most recently, Landon was awarded Official Selection in Austin Texas’ 2018 SARCE Film Festival for his short film “I Am the People, the Mob”.
Since graduating from The Los Angeles Film School in 2013, Landon's professional skills have startled veteran professional creatives in his varied fields through his superb attention to detail and overall quality in every enterprise he pursues. He’s worked behind the camera on a plethora of projects, from commercials for Nike, Barbasol, PUMA and Hollister; to music videos for artists like Sia, 21Savage, and Broken Bells; and also on narrative features and documentary films like ‘Be The Ball’, ‘Of Their Own’, and ‘California No’.
Landon’s fast-rising popularity has seen him perform at world famous venues such as The Comedy Store; The Improv; UCB Theater LA; Flappers Comedy Club; and The Hollywood Hotel. Before his head-first plunge in to show business, Landon was an Air Force Medic and now appears regularly at open-mics across Los Angeles, developing his signature stand-up comedy routine, which offers hilarious insight to life as Gay Disabled Iraq War Veteran. His performances toy with the trials of being a vocal activist for veterans’ mental health and shelter needs, with a delightful dose of comedy.
Landon Charles Hughes lives happily with his husband, Dimitri, in Los Angeles, CA.
"Why did you become a comedian? Because nobody said I couldn't." ;)