Carl Kissin has performed more than 4,000 shows for one of the country's premier sketch and improvisational comedy groups, Chicago City Limits. He was the show's head writer and director of their National Touring Company. He has performed his own material on the syndicated sketch comedy show Kwik Witz, as well as on Comedy Central, The Joan Rivers Show, The Jackie Mason Show, and Today (after which Katie Couric requested that Carl write special material for her speech at the White House Correspondents' Dinner). Carl developed and directed sketches for the pilot episodes of NBC's Live on Tape and was an original staff writer and actor for the MTV show Mouth to Mouth and for The VH1 Eggman. In other acting venues, Carl has performed in Eric Bogosian's play Talk Radio at the Public Theater, and in Oliver Stone's movie version of the play, as the character Glen. In addition to commercials and voice-overs, his voice has been heard on National Public Radio, on As the World Turns, and on ABC’s Olympic coverage, dubbing foreign athletes.