Keith Saltojanes

Comedy Writer

Los Angeles, CA

Keith Saltojanes

Comedy writer and Guinness World Record holder


Supes (pilot)

Half-Hour Superhero-mockumentary comedy

Hotel Mars (pilot)

When an introverted bellboy meets a super-cool female space pilot, he’s convinced to quit his day job and attempts to open his own hotel...on Mars.

Marvel Spider-man (Animated Spec)

Spec script for Disney XD's Marvel Spider-man animated series

Black-ish (spec)

Spec script for the ABC hit comedy Black-ish

RICK & MORTY (Animated SPEC)

Spec script for the Cartoon Network series Rick & Morty.

Spaceship Earth (pilot)

Hour-long sci fi "Whedonesque" drama

Ship It (pilot)

Half-hour comedy about relationships that occur simultaneously over three acts

Blues Brothers (Animated Pilot)

Original Spec-Pilot based on The Blues Brothers

Percy Miracles (Animated Pilot)

Adult Comedy about the most famous R&B Soul singer no one has ever heard of.

My Dad The Wrestler (Pilot)

Multi-Cam about a newly-retired professional wrestler who has trouble adjusting to life at home

Sketch Comedy Packet

Three Sketch Comedy Samples, including a parody and character pieces


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Keith Saltojanes

Keith Saltojanes is a comedy writer-performer and Guinness World Record Holder currently writing for National Lampoon.

His videos have been viewed by over 25 million people and featured by The Huffington Post, Forbes, A.V. Club, Buzzfeed, The Chive, Break, Reddit, eBaum's World, and and was a staff writer for the CBS Diversity Showcase. Some TV credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm, Community, and Comedy Central (he apparently has a thing for the letter C).

Keith also has extensive improv and sketch comedy experience in writing-performing-directing live shows for the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, Comedy Central Stage, Second City, Pack Theater, Nerdist Stage, Chicago Improv Festival, San Francisco SketchFest, and iO West (where he co-created the sketch comedy program and was a member of one of the longest running teams, Brute Squad), as well as overseas in Japan, China, Thailand, the UK, and France.

He currently holds the Guinness World Record for Longest Continuous Improv Show at 150 Hours (yes, that’s 7 straight days) and has taught workshops on creativity for executives at Netflix, Walt Disney, and NBC through the improv school he founded, Improv-LA.

When he's not writing or globetrotting, you can find Keith hanging out at the World Famous Magic Castle where he is a member. Find more of Keith’s work by viewing the links below or visiting his Youtube channel.



  • writing
  • improv
  • comedy
  • sketch comedy
  • directing
  • video editing
  • idea generation