Jefferson Dutton is a writer and performer based in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the film program at Ithaca College who started with the UCB Theatre after moving to LA in the fall of ’05. He is the bravest member of the sketch group The Birthday Boys, who debuted their show Hotdoggin in the spring of ’08 and currently present a new half-hour sketch show on the first Wednesday of every month (with sister group A Kiss From Daddy.) The Birthday Boys have performed in heaps of UCBT-LA shows including Comedy Death-Ray, CDR-Sketch, Crash Test and Two Ghostbusters Meet Two Ninja Turtles. They’ve also traveled the country, performing at Sketchfest NYC, Seattle SketchFest, Chicago SketchFest, San Francisco SketchFest and the Los Angeles Comedy Festival. On his lonesome, he has written for Disney XD and UCB Sketchcram, and has performed with some real loons. Jeff plays a variety of instruments and enjoys making giant props.
August 2, 2020
Andy Samberg of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Saturday Night Live fame is back to talk to Scott about his movie Palm Springs including working with J.K. Simmons and how Cristin Milioti was cast. The Sloppy Boys (Mike Hanford, Tim Kalpakis, Jefferson Dutton) play songs off their new album “Paradiso.” Plus, newcomer to LA, Barry Sams stops by to anonymously air grievances about his neighbors and singer-songwriter John Lennon returns to talk about his volunteer work.
May 26, 2019
The Sloppy Boys (Mike Hanford, Tim Kalpakis, Jefferson Dutton) join Scott to talk about Ghostbusters, touring with Don’t Stop or We’ll Die, and to perform songs live in-studio off their new album “Dancing on the Wind.” Then, musician John Lennon stops by to give us an update on the New York Mets wanting him to join their team. Plus, lifestyle expert Mr. Fastidious stops by to share some tips to be fastidious.
June 17, 2018
The Sloppy Boys (Mike Hanford, Tim Kalpakis, Jefferson Dutton) joins Scott and intern Gino Lambardo to talk about how they decided to start a band, the incident that changed them from doing covers to original songs, and to perform songs live in-studio off their debut album “Lifelong Vacation.” Then, author Devin O’Shea stops by to read excerpts from his book about his alien encounter in 1983.