Who Am I?Seattle-based actor, editor, filmmaker, performance artist, puppeteer, and Rocketman.
Contact me at: benlau at gmail.com
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SketchFest Seattle, the world’s original sketch comedy festival, comes roaring back with a brand new festival for 2017. This year, SketchFest will bring the best sketch comedians from around the U.S. and Canada and pair them with local favorites. And if that weren’t enough, SketchFest presents the return of the … Continue reading
Cole, Manager Mike and I take some time during the April 2017 Spin the Bottle to promote the upcoming Panel Jumper Live Chapter IV. I then invite the audience to vote on whether or not they think Manager Mike should live or die. Interesting note: Writer / Director / Actor … Continue reading
Robin and I had an agreement to read a series of books. She had to read Lord of the Rings and I had to read Harry Potter. See my post on my “Weird and Awesome” performance for a little backstory. On May 3rd, 2017, roughly a year after making the … Continue reading
SketchFest Seattle was a considerable success in 2016, selling out shows at the Pocket Theater, Annex Theatre, and the Central Cinema. The show at the Central Cinema is one I’m really proud of, since it was the event that I produced – the SketchFest Seattle Comedy Film Challenge. Click on … Continue reading
As the audience for the August “Weird and Awesome” were loaded into the theater, I started reading – from the beginning – Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. Then after the curtain speech, this text displayed on screen: I did my first show with Annex Theatre when I was 23. … Continue reading