Twitter Laughter: Best Comedians on Twitter

Posted February 1st, 2013 in Guest Posts, Misc.
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If laughter is the best medicine, then you need a healthy dose of some Twitter comedians.
Twitter has always been a sounding board for TV shows, celebrities, athletes and pop culture, but who do you really need to be following to get the entire social scoop with running comedic commentary?

Jimmy Fallon, the SNL charmer turned late-night talk show host is on Twitter constantly, either promoting his show or tweeting pictures of his adorable yellow lab.
What to expect from this musical jokester? Because he hosts a daily show, look for a lot of up-to-date tweets on what’s currently going on in the media.


Lena Dunham just won two Golden Globes for her HBO show, “Girls,” and doesn’t show any sign of slowing down. At just 26 years old, Dunham is coming of age in the Twitter generation. She tweets in her show and in her down time to keep her followers laughing and interested.
What to expect from Dunham? A lot of “self-reflection” tweets.


Stephen Colbert is known for his outlandish antics as well as stirring the political pot. His Twitter account is just a 160-character version of his award-winning show.
What to expect from Colbert? Taking into consideration Colbert’s background, be ready for some political tweets mixed in with pop culture references.



Eric Stonestreet, otherwise known as Cam on Modern Family, is 100% different than his on-camera alter ego. His Twitter account is riddled with hilarious sports tweets, especially when it comes to his team, Kansas State.
What to expect from Stonestreet? Lots of backstage nuggets from the Modern Family set, a bit of cursing and some Q&A from fans.


Michael Ian Black, a stand-up comic and actor, has starred in a handful of TV shows, and was one of the funniest faces on the slew of VH1 “I love the 80s/90s” shows. Black is on Twitter A LOT, with punchy jokes ranging from his take on everything from shower pressure to the president to baby’s blood.
What to expect from Black? Literally, anything.



This article was written by Marcia C. Gills, a blogger for nevadainternetproviders.com.

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