Doc Farrow- After spending 6 and a half years in the U.S. Military, as a Combat Corpsman, Doc finds that he would rather be home than continuing his search for Iraqi strip clubs. Being asked to leave the military, Doc emerged in 2010 from the ashes of Cocaine, Meth, and Alcohol addiction, deciding that comedy would be easier on the liver.
Being live allows Doc to have a real story telling atmosphere in conveying his skeptical and ironic views on the military, Family, race relations, sex, and his ever so interesting love affair with his two ex-wives - Mrs. drugs and Ms. Alcohol. (Drugs got remarried)
His sets are a down to earth stillness that draws you in for the wave of manic energy, drowning you in the undercurrent of pure laughter.
A true Homicidal Teddy Bear; giving you a glimpse into his upside-down view of how the world should be destroyed, while displaying the cutest dimples you will ever see.
He has a thick Film & TV resume, to include such shows as "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Modern Family," "Mom," "Will & Grace," "Hello Ladies," "Better Things" and "Con Man."
Most notably, he is in his fourth season recurring as "Coach Wilkins" on the hit CBS Primetime show "Young Sheldon."
Doc has also lent his comedy to such charitable organizations as Disabled American Vets (dav.org) American Legion (legion.org) and American Vets (amvets.org) for fundraising all over California, building up his karma currency for a rainy day.
Even though his experiences, have taken him to some unwanted places, he still lives and breathes with the idea that life isn’t to be taken too seriously. Whatever he is going through, he knows that this too shall pass. But, while we are all sitting around waiting for it to pass, we might as well live, laugh and get through it together.
Whether it is in a comedy club, or on a mountain top, there's not a corner of this globe that couldn't use a good laugh, good conversation, and a dimple or two… As long as you are 21 and over.
Doc’s motto in life, so good he had it copywritten:
When We Laugh
The Heavens Touch Our Soul,
And, It Is The Healing Of Our Spirit That
Makes Us Whole.
Most common Quarantine activity:
I actually started boxing. With Socially distance standards in place trained to become an amateur boxer with https://818boxingclub.net/
Favorite quarantine show/movies:
Fear of the Walking Dead, Judas and the Black Messiah, The 5 Bloods, Your Honor.
Fav Ig Accounts:
Fav quarantine meal/drink:
Ihop Steak n eggs, with a short stack of buttermilk pancakes on the side. :-)
Most questionable thing you’ve seen or heard recently:
Fox news, and MSNBC are pretty tied most of the time as questionable.
First thing you did when isolation was over:
Took the motorcycle out to https://neptunesnet.com/ with a good friend, @sandystotzer