The Red Room At Cap City: Alex Falcone

Alex Falcone is a moderately attractive comedian living in Portland, OR where he writes for the The Portland Mercury and the internationally syndicated public radio show Live Wire! Radio. He's the creator and host of the live talk show Late Night Action w/ Alex Falcone and the surprisingly popular podcast Read it and Weep, in which people pay him to suffer through bad books and movies. One time he was on the IFC show Portlandia and he still gets emails about it.

Despite all these amazing accomplishments, he remains totally down to earth and approachable.

12/14/2022 8:15 PM
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Alex Falcone is currently the only comedian and writer living in Los Angeles, but he started out in the great city of Portland where he performed for many years, eventually winning Portland's Funniest Person in 2018. He even got a Salt & Straw flavor named after him, which is just one of many things he has in common with The Rock. Alex appeared in several episodes of "Portlandia" as one of Fred's nerdy friends and he recently made his late night debut on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert." He's also the author of a young-adult romance novel about a mummy called "Unwrap My Heart" that Publisher’s Weekly called 'unfortunate.'

Despite these modest accomplishments, he's somehow remained down to earth and approachable.


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Alex Falcone is a moderately attractive comedian living in Portland, OR where he writes for the The Portland Mercury and the internationally syndicated public radio show Live Wire! Radio. He's the creator and host of the live talk show Late Night Action w/ Alex Falcone and the surprisingly popular podcast Read it and Weep, in which people pay him to suffer through bad books and movies. One time he was on the IFC show Portlandia and he still gets emails about it.

Despite all these amazing accomplishments, he remains totally down to earth and approachable.