Reid Faylor is a comedian, illustrator, writer, actor, and musician living in New York City.

This last year, Reid performed stand-up at San Francisco Sketchfest, toured the midwest as the lead guitarist in the Undone Sweaters (an embarrassingly sincere comedic Weezer cover band), and he appeared as an expert on "How Do They Do It" on the Science Channel. Additionally, Reid also finished a three-year-long serialized young adult fiction novel called Alby that he wrote and illustrated for SparkNotes, and he starred in the short films The Birthday Party and The Dog, The Boy by Post Everything Productions.

Currently, Reid designs original posters and logos; writes and stars in videos for Fizzl, a science channel produced by WagTV; and he writes, produces, and storyboards for Post Everything Productions, a Brooklyn-based video production company. He is currently open for freelance work, so please use the contact button on the right if you would like to hire him for a project/poster/bizarre idea.

Reid has a BS in Chemical Science from Xavier University, because he's also a scientist.

He and his wife raise two boys who are cats.

Post Everything Productions
Stand-up comedy
The Undone Sweaters
Action Boys