Hauss Show

Hauss Show is a series of short films conceived and created in partnership with pro wrestler Marc Hauss. This series is how my former life as a sketch writer collided with pro wrestling.

Wrestling Dad

This is where it all started, when Marc Hauss approached me about collaborating on some comedy shorts. That’s not Marc’s dad, by the way. It’s George Robert Bailey, a phenomenal actor from the Louisville, Kentucky area.

 

The Kayfabe Shopping Network

The Kayfabe Shopping Network is a great place to find a deal. It’s also the perfect place for a wrestler’s ex-girlfriend can sell all of his crap.

 

Wrestling Mom

After we did Wrestling Dad, we had to do Wrestling Mom. Mom doesn’t have Dad’s sarcasm, but man can she be protective. Caroline O’Neil, who once voiced a puppet in a zombie film for me, plays Marc’s anxious mother.

 

Super Fan

Marc Hauss marks out when he meets his favorite ringside fan/ hater on the streets.

 

The Gimmick Guru

A branding expert tries to help Marc find a new ring gimmick.

 

Marc Hauss vs. Aliens

An alliance shatters, and two planets plunge into all out war – all because someone said wrestling was fake.

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The Poster Artist

A fancy art museum makes a wrestling fan famous when it deems her posters to be fine art!

BOOKR

Now wrestlers can book their own perfect match by swiping right in the new BOOKR app!

Read With A Wrestler

Can’t get your babies to the library for story hour? Why not let them read with a wrester?

Project Space Book

What happens when aliens from outer space decide to book their own super card?

Three Blind Refs

Wrestlers aren’t the only people COVID-19 has robbed of a hot dog and handshake.

Save the Tables

Every weekend at indy wrestling shows… tables die!

Hauss Show

A comedy series with Marc Hauss that includes Wrestling Dad, Wrestling Mom, and The Kayfabe Shopping Network.

War Chant Eddie

Meet the man who wrote, “Let’s go Cena/ Cena sucks.”

Dear Kay Fabe

Where do heels learn how to be so bad?

Road Wives

Ride along with Kappa Kappa Kegga and watch them fight like an old married couple.