John Ceccon began his journey on the comedian road in 2008 when he performed his first stand-up comedy show at the Comedy Coop in San Diego. Since then he has performed all across the country, entertaining audiences with his edgy brand of observational humor. In 2010, John enjoyed over 130 live performances in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, and New York City, working at such comedy mecca’s as the Gotham in New York, and the Comedy Store in Los Angeles. John has also been seen at the HBO comedy festival in Las Vegas and competed as a semi-finalist in San Diego’s funniest person contest.
During that same time, John enrolled in San Diego’s Actor’s Workshop Studio and has a half dozen IMDB credits as an actor, including a feature role in the award winning, In Velvet.
In 2009 John ventured into the world of film production when he wrote and produced the 26 minute mockumentary, Spiritual advice for Islamic Terrorists, a satirical view of terrorism. While this film was not entered into any film festivals, it enjoyed a cult following in San Diego and Los Angeles, selling over ten thousand copies at merchandise tables at comedy shows. January of 2011, John completed work on his film, Stage Time, a documentary that intimately captures early years of a stand-up comedians career.