photo by Kelly Dwyer
Daniel Webb brings Queer Southern Charm to stages across Los Angeles. From performing in drag as Toyota Lopez to dazzling audiences with stories of crippling single-dom, Webb’s bright disposition and bubbly nature evokes neo southern hospitality.
DW: I was in a bunch of bands in Austin, Texas that all broke up, so instead of starting another band I decided to start comedy, because how could things get any worse? I moved to Los Angeles to pursue comedy and exacerbate my body dysmorphia.
DW: Make them laugh at everything and hopefully help them realize queer people are normal or whatever.
DW: I play Marble Madness.
DW: Evangelicals and other bigots who claim a moral authority but support a president and politicians that f–k around on their waves, use illegal money to pay them off, and let them get away with it because it’s heterosexual in nature.
DW: Nancy Pelosi is really Amelia Earhart just reassembled with newer teeth.
DW: Selena’s star on the Walk of Fame.
photo by Celesta Danger
DW: I make comedy in many different ways, usually by exposing other people’s bullshit or just commenting on The Bachelor; usually it’s all based on trash.