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Washington DC’s own comedian, actor and voice-artist, Earthquake earned a strong fan-base in
stand-up comedy via programming platforms fueled by BET, HBO, Comedy Central, Showtime
and more. Born Nathaniel Stroman, ‘Quake’ (as he’s known by fans), entered America’s
households on the classic run of BET’s ‘Comic View’ and HBO’s comedic rites of passage
program, ‘Def Comedy Jam’. Pointedly, Earthquake wowed audiences with one of his most
memorable performances for HBO’s coveted 30-minute comedy special series, ‘One Night
Stand’. While becoming one of the hottest properties of the standup comedy circuit,
Earthquake filmed a string of comedy specials. The specials include, ‘About Got Damm Time’,
‘Walter Latham Presents’, ‘From the Outhouse to the Whitehouse’ and more recently, ‘These
Ain’t Jokes’ which premiered on the Showtime Network.
In addition to televised comedy specials, Comedian Earthquake has enjoyed a string of cameo
appearances on primetime television as well. He is mostly known for his recurring role as the
beloved ‘Uncle Mike’ from the hit sitcom, ‘Everybody Hates Chris’. His past appearances also
include hit sitcom, ‘The Game’ and reality program spoof, ‘The Husbands of Hollywood’. More
recently, he made a guest appearance on Bounce Network’s, ‘In the Cut’ and the Wanda Sykes
produced ‘Face Value’ airing on the BET Network. Currently, Earthquake can be seen in a string
of cameo’s on Cedric The Entertainer’s sitcom, ‘The Neighborhood’, Fox Television’s, ‘Rel’ and
Comedy Central’s, ‘South Side’. He has also blessed the talk show circuit with appearances on
ABC’s ‘The View’, Fox Television’s ‘The Real’, TBS’s ‘Late Night with Conan O’Brien’ and many
more; however, his most memorable appearances were on ‘Howard Stern’ and HBO’s, ‘Bill
Earthquake has enjoyed the film arena as well. His film credits include animated favorite
‘Barnyard’, ‘Something Like a Business’ with Kevin Hart, ‘Getting Played’ with Vivica Fox, Ice
Cube’s ‘The Longshots’ and the Kevin Smith cult classic ‘Clerks II’ with a recent appearance in
Mario Van Peebles indie-project, ‘Armed’. As an extension of his film work, Quake has provided
voicing for global brands Nike and Beats by Dre respectively.
Presently, Earthquake can be heard on Monday through Wednesday on the Sirius XM radio
show ‘Quakeshouse’ for Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud Radio. Earthquake resides in Los Angeles
and continues to thrive on the comedy circuit and remains a favorite among top tier stand-up
comedy talent. As he prepares for this forthcoming comedy special, Quake will continue to
make television appearances giving his fans glimpses of his work on popular programming.
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