Drew Lynch
Birth nameAndrew Lynch
Born (1991-08-10) August 10, 1991 (age 30)[citation needed]
Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.[1]
Years active2009–present
GenresObservational comedy, black comedy, self-deprecation, insult comedy, musical comedy
Subject(s)Everyday life
Notable works and rolesRunner-up on America's Got Talent

Andrew Lynch (born August 10, 1991)[citation needed] is an American stand-up comedian known for his 2015 appearance on the tenth season of America's Got Talent, finishing in second place in the finale.

America's Got Talent

Lynch auditioned for the 10th season of America's Got Talent in 2015, and after his performance in the live audition, Howie Mandel pressed the Golden Buzzer which sent Lynch straight to the Quarterfinals at Radio City Music Hall. Lynch performed in Week 1 of the Quarterfinals and in Week 1 of the Semifinals and received the public vote to be sent into the Finals. Lynch finished in the Top 5 acts of the competition and eventually placed second behind ventriloquist Paul Zerdin.[2]

Dog Vlog

Lynch has a YouTube channel amassing over 2 million subscribers, where he uploads videos and sometimes streams on Mondays and Thursdays called 'Dog Vlog'.[3] Lynch's videos feature him talking to viewers about his life with his service dog, as well as occasionally using self-deprecation comedy.[4][failed verification]

Lynch also stars in a flash animation series with the first episode appearing in December 2017 named Therapy Dog, created with the help of animator Tony Celano. The series is about a character called Andy (Lynch) repeating his daily struggles to Stella playing the role as the therapist.[citation needed]

Albums & Specials

Lynch released his first album, Concussed, to streaming services in November 2021.


  1. ^ "Rotunda - Vol 93, No 17 - Feb 20, 2015". The Rotunda. 20 February 2015. p. 8. Retrieved 22 March 2022.
  2. ^ Hunsinger Benbow, Dana (September 17, 2015). "Indy's Drew Lynch captures runner-up on 'America's Got Talent'". [Indy Star]. Retrieved September 19, 2016.
  3. ^ Hedinger, Tricia (2016-10-31). "A New Approach to Self-Disclosure of Stuttering". Leader Live. doi:10.1044/a-new-approach-to-self-disclosure-of-stuttering (inactive 31 July 2022).{{cite journal}}: CS1 maint: DOI inactive as of July 2022 (link)
  4. ^ "YouTube Millionaires: Drew Lynch Uses His Dog Vlog To "Make Fun Of Myself And Our Experiences"". tubefilter. 24 August 2017. Retrieved April 30, 2018.