Update: Malcolm made the move to Los Angeles in Sept. 2017! Stay tuned to see if he will stay here or move yet again to another major metropolitan city!
Malcolm started performing standup comedy in smoky bars in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA when he was just barely old enough to drink. Some nights on stage required more drinking than others. After cutting his teeth in the Pittsburgh comedy scene, he made the move to New York. There he studied improv at UCB theatre and acting at T Schreiber Studio. He continues to perform standup at venues like Gotham Comedy Club and The Stand, and in festivals such as The Jersey City Comedy Fest and The Brooklyn Comedy Festival. Malcolm has also acted in several short films, web series, and NYU student films. And his lively portrayal of the dead body of “Viktor Fokin” can be seen on NBC’s The Blacklist. In 2017 Malcolm debuted his eccentric Russian hockey player character Yorgi Prototenko in a solo show–that he also wrote–at The PIT Loft Theater. The smoke has cleared in these bars, but the comedy remains.