“I was on the soccer team, swimming team, I was in band for one year — I loved it there,” he said.
Late-night television talk shows often give up-and-coming comedians a chance to show off their talents. Woodhull will be the first break-out comedian to perform on “The Tonight Show” since Jimmy Fallon took over for Jay Leno in February 2014, he said.
After his late-night appearance Friday, Woodhull plans to keep touring, submitting his set to shows and filling more TV spots.
"This should give me a bit of a boost,” he said.
“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” airs at 11:34 p.m. on NBC. For more information about Woodhull visit www.andywoodhull.com.
Check out the videos below for a taste of Woodhull’s brand of comedy.