Byron began improvising in 2012 when he started taking classes at Dad's Garage in Atlanta, GA. He instantly fell in love with the art form of improvisation and enrolled in several different training programs in Atlanta including Automatic Improv and Highwire Comedy. In 2014 he moved back to his hometown Arlington, TX and after a short break discovered Dallas Comedy House in 2015. He loves DCH for its strong community and of course the bits. All of the bits. In summer 2016, he attended the iO Chicago 5 week summer intensive.
Byron is the host of Show & Tell - an educational show, featuring guest troupes with a Q/A afterwards. Outside of performing, Byron also coaches for several teams. He was the Wednesday night House Manager for 4 months. And he's even tech'ed for the sketch show Bulls of Parade. He performed in the 2017 Dallas Comedy Festival and the 2016 OKC Improv Winter Festivus.
When he is not doing something comedy related, Byron likes to play music, write sad songs, pet his cat Skitters, and lose at chess. Unless he's drunk. Then he somehow wins at chess.
Byron currently performs with BJ Party, Big Turtle, Samurai Drunk, and Wiki Tiki Tabby