- Nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize for his charity work in the comedy community
- Has almost 200 million views on YouTube and 700,000 subscribers
- Has almost a billion views on Facebook and 700,000 followers
- His book "Ginger Kid" was a top 5 pick on Amazon
- In the Hallmark movie "Love Always, Santa", Lifetime's "Psycho Yoga Instructor" and "Psycho Storm Chaser", and Adam Carolla's "Road Hard"
- CEO of Comedy Juice
- Co-Founder of Nowhere Comedy Club
- Former EVP of Film & Television for the Laugh Factory
- Senior Comedy Correspondent for Fox Sports
- Former Host and Executive Producer of "Laughs" on Fox Networks
- Former segment producer for Fox's "Dish Nation"
- TV includes CBS' "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson", hosting "Trial By Laughter" on Comcast, CNN's "Campbell Brown", the syndicated "Comics Unleashed", E's "True Hollywood Story", Showtime's "White Boyz in the Hood", ESPN's "Quite Frankly", VH1's "The Countdown", CW's "The Daily Buzz", G4's "Attack of the Show", Sundance's "On the Road in America", ABC's "Barbara Walters Special", "Good Day NY", "Good Day LA", "Fox & Friends", among others.
- His fifth album "Pick Your Battles" reached #1 on iTunes' comedy charts
- His third album "Dark Side of the Room" was first ever comedian Pay-What-You-Want
- Former weekly columnist for Sports Illustrated and the NHL
- Hosted "Four Quotas" on Sirius Satellite Radio for two years
- Hosted "The Sports Minute (Or So)", syndicated for four years on over 170 radio stations
- Collegehumor.com's original columnist
- From New York City, currently lives in Los Angeles.
Hofstetter, who has a whopping 185 million views on YouTube, is also the host of Finding Babe Ruth on FS1. His book (Ginger Kid) is a top 5 pick on Amazon and debuted at number one in its category. Hofstetter was the host and executive producer of season one of Laughs (FOX) and he has been on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and E! True Hollywood Story, Comics Unleashed, Comedy All-Stars, Quite Frankly, White Boyz in the Hood, Countdown, and more. He's been in four movies, and he has had two top 20 comedy albums (including one that hit number 1 on iTunes comedy charts). He is a former columnist for Sports Illustrated and the NHL, and has also written for Maxim and the New York Times, among others.