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Ron Funches

Ron Funches

Ron Funches

After a few years of writing for this blog and others, I'm constantly surprised by how many people share their stories and opinions on family. It's wonderful and generally means a lot to hear from people from all walks of life. But there are a few paths of conversation I'm constantly warned against. And the most consistent one is telling personal stories about your family. It's a great conversation starter, but many people will feel uncomfortable and keep digging if it's the only thing you share.

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Beginning in 2019, he began voicing the roles of King Shark in the DC Comics TV series Harley Quinn and Fox in the TBS/Adult Swim TV series Final Space. In 2020, Funches again reprised the role of Cooper in the sequel film Trolls World Tour. Starting in 2020, Funches voiced Ron on the Netflix series Hoops. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Cutler, Jacqueline (May 29, 2014). "'Undateable': Ron Funches 'giggles 'like an Asian princess'". Zap2it. Retrieved June 29, 2015. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

"Watch Chelsea Lately S8E119 Online - Ethan Hawke, Ron Funches, Sarah Colonna, Ross Mathews". SideReel. Retrieved June 29, 2015. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Turnquist, Kristi (May 31, 2014). "TV Rewind: Ron Funches on 'Undateable'; 'Mad Men' midseason finale; 'Downton Abbey,' more". The Oregonian. Retrieved June 29, 2015. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

"Ron Funches Can't Stop Giggling on Chelsea Lately". The Interrobang. August 7, 2014. Retrieved June 29, 2015. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

"Ron Funches Can't Stop Giggling on Chelsea Lately". The Interrobang. August 7, 2014. Retrieved June 29, 2015. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Variety Staff (May 9, 2015). "Cameo critic: Ron Funches loves 'I Love Lucy'". Star Tribune. Archived from the original on April 30, 2020. (Source:en.wikipedia.org e

MacPherson, Guy (July 5, 2017). "From wrestling to Lucille Ball, comedian Ron Funches mixes it up". The Georgia Straight. Archived from the original on April 30, 2020. (Source: en.wikipedia.org "Inside Scoop: Hanging With UNDATEABLE's David Fynn & Ron Funches". Oh So Gray. 17 March 2015. Retrieved 16 March 2016. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))Variety Staff (May 9, 2015). "Cameo critic: Ron Funches loves 'I Love Lucy'". Star Tribune. Archived from the original on April 30, 2020. (Source:n.wikipedia.org)))

Pashman, Dan (21 April 2015). "Comic Ron Funches' Autistic Son Loves Oreos With Bacon". Huffington Post. Retrieved 16 March 2016. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Nailen, Dan (June 28, 2018). "Ron Funches' "open-hearted, optimistic" comedy helps him stand out in stand-up". Inlander. Retrieved December 7, 2018. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Husband, Andrew (16 November 2015). "Ron Funches Discusses Video Games, Giggles And 'The Funches Of Us'". Uproxx. Retrieved 19 March 2016. (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

Kodner, Matt (18 October 2013). "What are you playing this weekend? Ron Funches, comedian". The Gameological Society. Retrieved 19 March 2016. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Ron Funches beats Laura James by forfeit to win DDT Pro Wrestling Ironman Heavymetalweight Title (video). 26 July 2016. Retrieved 26 August 2016 – via YouTube. (Source: en.wikipedia.org "Crank Yankers: Aubrey Plaza, Ron Funches and Derek Waters". Comedy Central. Archived from the original on April 30, 2020. (Source:en.wikipedia.org w

Ron Funches is the most positive, easy-going single father and wrestling fan you could ever hope to be friends with through his comedy. His affirmations on his Instagram and the Gettin' Better podcast remind us all that happiness is to be found in the pursuit of goals. This hour has that same self improving spirit, as he describes making fitness changes and taking care of his son who lives with autism. He not only believes in vision boards; vision boards and a lot of hard work won a house for him and his son. (Source: www.amazon.com)Ron Funches excitedly chats about the things he loves for an hour, including professional wrestling, vision board parties, "The Great British Baking Show" and weed. (Source:ww.amazon.com)))

Ron Funches makes his own fun and wants to teach you to love yourself as much as he loves himself and usually you already. Unless you're a hater. No haters allowed. (Source: www.amazon.com Ron Funches is the most positive, easy-going single father and wrestling fan you could ever hope to be friends with through his comedy. His affirmations on his Instagram and the Gettin' Better podcast remind us all that happiness is to be found in the pursuit of goals. This hour has that same self improving spirit, as he describes making fitness changes and taking care of his son who lives with autism. He not only believes in vision boards; vision boards and a lot of hard work won a house for him and his son. (Source:www.amazon.com))

I've been a fan since seeing Ron Funches on @midnight (where he consistently dominated the competition and was always hilarious), and then on undateable. He's SO funny and I hope he continues to break through into mainstream, because the world deserves more of him! (Source: www.amazon.com Ron Funches is a national treasure. I love his positivity. He is relatable and sweet. He’s the real deal when it comes to honesty in parenting a child with autism. He also loves professional wrestling and gummy bears. Buy his special, you won’t regret it. (Source:www.amazon.com))

Absolutely hilarious! Really well paced. May not be for everyone, for whatever reason, but still a great special. Sit back, relax, and enjoy some quality comedy. Love me some Ron Finches! (Source: www.amazon.com I love Ron Funches! If you are a child of the 90s, just know he does a bit on the show Wishbone. Who doesn't love wishbone? (Source:www.amazon.com))

Actor/Comedian/Writer Ron Funches sits down every week to talk about his life, passions, hobbies, and how he is on a constant journey to better himself. This is "Gettin' Better with Ron Funches" (Source: podcasts.apple.com

While Ron Funches cast a big, burly figure, his persona was far more of a teddy bear than a loud, unruly grizzly. Where a lot of comedians made their careers being loud and profane, Funches got notice for his low-key, soft-spoken delivery that set him apart. Ron Funches was born in Chicago, and loved comedy from an early age but didn't feel he could perform comedy himself until he was in his early twenties, when he'd moved to Oregon. His previous comedy experience was making up jokes about his family that would make his parents laugh and forget about punishing him, but he finally went to perform at a local club once he built up the courage at the age of twenty-three. Funches's influences included Dave Chappelle and the late Mitch Hedberg, whose dry, low-key delivery has been compared to Funches's comedic style. Funches worked a number of regular jobs before making it as a comedian, including dressing up as the Statue of Liberty and dancing in the streets to advertise an income tax preparation company. Funches was able to carry this embarrassing experience with him as a performer, because he figured performing for club audiences wouldn't be as difficult or terrifying. Several trademarks of Funches's comedy routines included jokes about marijuana, children's television programs, and his son, who has autism. The fact that Funches was able to generate humor about a difficult family situation got him a lot of positive notice from families living with autistic children. Although he focused primarily on his stand-up career, Funches began a secondary career as an actor, making appearances on the sitcom "New Girl" (Fox 2011- ) and the sketch comedy series "Kroll Show" (Comedy Central 2013-15) before landing a supporting role on the sitcom "Undateable" (NBC 2014-16). (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)Actor/Comedian/Writer Ron Funches sits down every week to talk about his life, passions, hobbies, and how he is on a constant journey to better himself. This is "Gettin' Better with Ron Funches" (Source:podcasts.apple.com))

“Gettin’ Better with Ron Funches” is a podcast about staying motivated, reaching goals, and working towards the things you love. (Source: allthingscomedy.com “Gettin’ Better with Ron Funches” is a podcast about staying motivated, reaching goals, and working towards the things you love. Each episode Ron shares affirmations for the week, discusses something that inspired or upset him that week and then he does an interview with different celebrities, comedians or friends. They will discuss their goals and what getting better means to them. (Source:allthingscomedy.com a“Gettin’ Better with Ron Funches” is a podcast about staying motivated, reaching goals, and working towards the things you love. (Source:llthingscomedy.com alEach episode Ron shares affirmations for the week, discusses something that inspired or upset him that week and then he does an interview with different celebrities, comedians or friends. They will discuss their goals and what getting better means to them. (Source:lthingscomedy.com))))

May the fourth be with you! The SAP crew reacts to Tony’s Yoda impression (which sounds suspiciously like Miss Piggy). Ron Funches talks about positivity, his new movie ‘Golden Arm,’ and normalizing cannabis use on his show ‘Chopped 420.’ Follow The SAP… (Source: www.earwolf.com Ron Funches is an American comedian, actor, voice actor and writer. He starred in the NBC series Undateable as Shelly. He has appeared frequently on @midnight, and was a cast member and writer on Kroll Show. (Source:www.earwolf.com wHear ye, hear ye con-gregation! This week Ron Funches is on the pod to expose the "princess" who was taken hostage by pirates and also her imagination. Stay schemin! (Source:ww.earwolf.com wwRon Funches ("Nice One!" on Quibi) joins Edgar and Jacquis to talk about starting in comedy, getting married in quarantine, becoming a host, and more! (Source:w.earwolf.com))))

Comedian Ron Funches joins Andy Richter to talk about forming a complete picture of their parents as adults, raising a son with autism, dealing with “fatness barometers,” and throwing vision board parties. Later, Ron shares self-improvement tips he’s learned with his podcast… (Source: www.earwolf.com This week, the Nicks are joined by the wonderful and hilarious, Ron Funches, with his expertise in weight loss and healthy living, the Nicks find out what works and what doesn't to achieve their financially-motivated fitness goals. But first, Turner puts his… (Source:www.earwolf.com wThe Boys help RON FUNCHES host an Intro to Hollywood Handbook episode. This episode is sponsored by Audible (www.audible.com/THEBOYS or text THEBOYS to 500-500), Quip (www.getquip.com/THEBOYS), and Honey (www.joinhoney.com/theboys). (Source:ww.earwolf.com)))

Stand-up comedians Ron Funches and Nick Thune join the show this week to face their greatest fears and to find the most fun things to eat and say. Acclaimed indie musician Papa Johns Misty begins his year-long residency with his favorite catchphrases… (Source: www.earwolf.com Comedian Ron Funches feels grateful and excited to be Conan O’Brien’s friend. Ron and Conan sit down this week to talk about idolizing Dwayne Johnson, losing weight, having a deceptive voice, and the best place to get their toes done. Plus, Conan… (Source:www.earwolf.com wPaul F. Tompkins welcomes friends and lovers to this week’s episode of Spontaneanation! This week, Paul’s special return guest is the hilarious Ron Funches! They chat about what Ron bought with his own money as a child, the grisly aspects of working… (Source:ww.earwolf.com)))

The warm and hilarious Ron Funches brings the positive energy to this week's County! Ron chats about moving down to LA from Portland, being in an upcoming NBC multi-cam comedy currently titled “Undateable,” his love of 90s R&B, being in Chicago during… (Source: www.earwolf.com Paul F. Tompkins welcomes you all, whether puny, shy or high, to a LIVE episode of Spontaneanation, recorded at the world-famous Largo at The Coronet! This week, Paul’s special guest is comedian Ron Funches of Undateable Live on NBC! They chat about whether it's possible to… (Source:www.earwolf.com wYou'll be snorting in no time as special guest co-host Emily Gordon of The Indoor Kids and lovable comedy person Ron Funches join Howard on this week’s live VPN edition of WHO CHARTED! They’ll talk Ninch Nails, Prince, and chef rapper Action… (Source:ww.earwolf.com)))

The charming Ron Funches returns to countdown some charts with Ku-Ku & Wie-Wie in another LIVE episode from Vancouver, British Columbia! We hear about the time Howard got kicked in the head by a stripper, one of Kulap’s first acting class experiences,… (Source: www.earwolf.com Ron Funches, Mookie Blaiklock, Ben Siemon, and Joel Spence share what in The National Enquirer frightens them the most on today’s improv4humans! Read your copy of the Juggalo Times some other time and instead pour yourself a nice glass of milk as… (Source:www.earwolf.com wThe joyful Ron Funches gives us his take on the Hulk Hogan sex-tape on this week’s Who Charted! Ron talks about his psycho neighbor, tells us what was his favorite radio station on GTA: San Andreas, and shares what he thinks of… (Source:ww.earwolf.com)))

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Ron Funches is an American comedian, actor, voice actor and writer. He starred in the NBC series Undateable as Shelly. He has appeared frequently on @midnight, and was a cast member and writer on Kroll Show. (Source: www.earwolf.com)

From 2014 to 2016, Funches starred as a regular as the character Shelly on the NBC series Undateable. In 2015 began performing as a voice actor with roles such as Levi in BoJack Horseman, Fartholomew Fishflinger in The Adventures of Puss in Boots, and The Fool in Adventure Time. He subsequently performed the voice role of Cooper in the animated film Trolls (2016). He also had guest-starring roles on several television series, such as Fredrick in Transparent (2016), Ledarius in Black-ish (2017), and reprised the role of Cooper in the Trolls spin-off series Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (2018-2019) and Trolls World Tour (2020). (Source: harleyquinn.fandom.com)

en.wikipedia.org)From 2014 to 2016, Funches starred as a regular on the NBC series Undateable, and in 2015, began performing as a voice actor on such series as BoJack Horseman, The Adventures of Puss in Boots, and Adventure Time. He subsequently performed the voice role of Cooper in the animated film Trolls (2016). He also had guest-starring roles on a number of television series, including Transparent (2016), Black-ish (2017), and reprised the role of Cooper in the Trolls spin-off series Trolls: The Beat Goes On! (2018). (Source:

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Wright, Megh. "truTV Announces a Pile of Premiere Dates, New Series, and Shows in Development". Splitsider. Retrieved July 22, 2018. (Source: en.wikipedia.org

While Ron Funches cast a big, burly figure, his persona was far more of a teddy bear than a loud, unruly grizzly. Where a lot of comedians made their careers being loud and profane, Funches got notice for his low-key, soft-spoken delivery that set him apart. Ron Funches was born in Chicago, and loved comedy from an early age but didn't feel he could perform comedy himself until he was in his early twenties, when he'd moved to Oregon. His previous comedy experience was making up jokes about his family that would make his parents laugh and forget about punishing him, but he finally went to perform at a local club once he built up the courage at the age of twenty-three. Funches's influences included Dave Chappelle and the late Mitch Hedberg, whose dry, low-key delivery has been compared to Funches's comedic style. Funches worked a number of regular jobs before making it as a comedian, including dressing up as the Statue of Liberty and dancing in the streets to advertise an income tax preparation company. Funches was able to carry this embarrassing experience with him as a performer, because he figured performing for club audiences wouldn't be as difficult or terrifying. Several trademarks of Funches's comedy routines included jokes about marijuana, children's television programs, and his son, who has autism. The fact that Funches was able to generate humor about a difficult family situation got him a lot of positive notice from families living with autistic children. Although he focused primarily on his stand-up career, Funches began a secondary career as an actor, making appearances on the sitcom "New Girl" (Fox 2011- ) and the sketch comedy series "Kroll Show" (Comedy Central 2013-15) before landing a supporting role on the sitcom "Undateable" (NBC 2014-16). (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)Today, I sit down with comedian, Rick Glassman from “Take Your Shoes Off” Podcast. We talk about rational fears, calculator thoughts, trying hard, getting diagnosed with autism, his new show, and how Rick is Gettin’ Better! (Source:podcasts.apple.com))

May the fourth be with you! The SAP crew reacts to Tony’s Yoda impression (which sounds suspiciously like Miss Piggy). Ron Funches talks about positivity, his new movie ‘Golden Arm,’ and normalizing cannabis use on his show ‘Chopped 420.’ Follow The SAP… (Source: www.earwolf.com)

 

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