Comedian Ari Mannis launches popular unlicensed therapy podcast on video

Comedian Ari Mannis brings his edgy humor to StandUpTalk and YouTube.

With the success of Unlicensed Therapy with Ari Mannis being in the top 100 in iTunes charts and reaching over 500,000 subscribers on iTunes Ari is expanding the podcasto now include Video. 

The podcast was created for helping people and deep thoughtful interviews while laughing along the way.

Ari asks the questions and helps the hottest entertainers solve their problems each week in this podcast. 

There’s no holding back as Ari chats with guests ranging from comedians, artists and musicians. 

New episodes will be available every week at StandUpTalk, the Spotify, YouTube and iTunes.
“I just built a full fledged television studio in my one-car garage,” said Mannis. “Free content for all.”
Before video, previous guests have included Jimmy O. Yang from HBO’s Silicon Valley and Brian Moses from Comedy Central’s Roast Battle. 

Upcoming guests include Comedy Central’s Corporate Jake Weisman and Showtimes I’m Dying Up Here Andrew Santino.

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About Ari Mannis
Ari grew up in San Diego, CA and is currently residing in Los Angeles where he performs stand up comedy regularly; some notable venues include The Comedy Store, The Ice House, The Improv, and many more.

Before moving to LA Ari skateboarded from Oregon to New York and then from Santa Cruz, CA to San Diego, CA stopping and performing stand up along the way. His comedy has been featured on MTV’s Greatest Party Stories Ever, Gabriel Iglesias’s Stand-Up Revolution on Serious XM, Nerdist, FunnyOrDie, Cracked, Medium, College Humor, & TBS.

Recently he started a monthly comedy show in the living room of his apartment which has been featured on Forbes, AirBnB Experiences, Yelp’s Things to Do, Comedy Vortex, and LA Weekly. Ari’s Podcast Unlicensed Therapy has been featured on SoundCloud and iTunes with over 500,000 subscribers.

Ari can be seen touring all over either by himself or opening for comedians such as Michael Kosta, Andrew Santino, Dan Soder, Tony Hinchcliffe, Theo Von, and Pauly Shore. He has performed in many Comedy Festivals including The Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, Big Pine, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and Kaaboo.