Ian Fidance dead and obituary, offbeat yet upbeat stand up comic death

Ian Fidance, a comedian, actor, and writer, is a unique and lively personality who proudly calls New York City his home. He can be heard every week on “You Up? with Nikki Glaser” on SiriusXM Comedy Central Radio and frequently performs at the renowned Comedy Cellar located in the heart of Greenwich Village. Ian has both written and acted in skits for numerous well-known media giants including Nike, Comedy Central, Elite Daily, Funny or Die, and Above Average. He is set to appear in the upcoming seasons of “Grown & Sexy” on VH1 and “The Last O.G.” on TBS, as well as in sketches on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Ian has become a regular guest on several popular podcasts, and he has his own Sex and the City-inspired podcast called “Sex Ian the City” with former Impractical Jokers producer Jay Miller, available on iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play.

Ian Fidance, a native of Wilmington, Delaware, has established himself as a unique, yet optimistic, stand-up comedian, writer, and actor residing in New York City. While it is apparent from his mustache that he lives in Brooklyn, his comedy is best experienced live with a cup of tea in hand. The Interrobang has described his comedy as “strange but amusing.” He has been a frequent guest on both SiriusXM radio’s “The Bennington Show” and the Anthony Cumia Show with Artie Lange. Ian has also been featured in various comedy festivals, including the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, the Boston Comedy Festival, the Brooklyn Comedy Festival, and the New York Comedy Festival. He has written and acted in sketches for Above Average, Conde Nast, and Funny or Die. Additionally, Nike commissioned him to write and star in a live media presentation for their “Hyper” line of athletic wear. Ian made his stand-up television debut on the third season of AXS TV’s “Gotham Comedy Live.” Despite growing up as an only child to a single mother in Delaware, he has worked tirelessly at numerous jobs and has emerged as a standout performer in comedy with a fresh and uplifting perspective.

On a nightly basis, he can be spotted pedaling his bicycle through various locations, regaling audiences with his singular perspective and captivating tales. The places where he frequently performs include New York Comedy Club, The Stand, UCB Theatre, The Creek & The Cave, Union Hall, and The Bell House. In Brooklyn’s Union Hall, he puts on a monthly live show that combines stand-up comedy and animation, aptly titled “Picture This!”. On occasion, he will travel to play at comedy clubs, colleges, and independent venues throughout the nation, often utilizing his car for transportation.