I’ve gone from having no community, to being in the standup comedy community, to being a member of the LA Jewish community. I’m a lucky man.
It took me until my 50s before I finally realized how much my parents really cared for me, and how much they really loved me.
Whether at a Broadway show, a Yankee World Series game or in shul, I just can’t help it. My name is Mark, and I’m a napaholic.
Losing 50 pounds was exciting. Keeping it off is murder.
How a Christmas gift changed a young Jewish boy’s life forever.
In December, Jerry Seinfeld and I are doing stand-up comedy in Israel. Not even terrorism can stop the laughter.
An exclusive Jewlarious interview with Hollywood's hottest director.
There's nothing like a mother's love. In Mark Schiff's case, it is tough love.
Mark Schiff's parents loved his act. In his father's final days, it brought them all closer together.
Being a comedian is a great profession. When done right, there are few things in life that can match stand-up comedy. But then I got married and everything changed.