Londale Theus Jr. is a native of Los Angeles, California where he is an actor, stand-up comedian, improviser and writer. Standing at 6’5” and making rooms full of people erupt with laughter on a regular basis; everything about him is Tall, Dark and Funny.
Growing up, his first love was basketball. He was an accomplished athlete and played Division 1 NCAA Basketball, where his team made it to the NCAA Tournament his freshman year. Junior year he tore his ACL which ended his hoop dreams. For the first time in his life he wasn’t able to play basketball, but it was also the first time in his life he stepped into the acting and comedy world. Shooting comedy skits in his dorm room peaked his creativity and passion for performing, which ultimately led him to enroll in the theatre program at CSU Long Beach. He finished his last two years at CSULB and appeared in such productions as Shakespeare’s As You Like It and Sarah Ruhl’s Late: A Cowboy Song, among others.
Since finishing school, he has dedicated himself full-time to stand-up comedy and has performed at the World Famous Comedy Store, Flappers, and other venues around the Los Angeles area. Much of his material derives from his unique life experiences, especially growing up as a vegetarian since birth that has NEVER eaten any meat, chicken, fish, or eggs. To learn more about his vegetarian upbringing and to see some of his favorite vegan recipes visit www.VeggieSoulFood.com.
As an actor, Londale has appeared on severalsitcoms (2 Broke Girls, Comedy Bang! Bang!, K.C.Undercover, Hulu's Future Man and more) as well as national commercials for Mini Cooper, State Farm, and Footlocker and he was also the face of the HP/Intel campaign. He has been training at the Upright Citizens Brigade since the end of 2012, where he had been a recipient of the UCB Diversity Scholarship and is now honored to be a member of the UCB Diversity Committee. He also enjoyed 3 amazing years on Harold Night at UCB with his team ROCOCO and 2 years on Maude Nightasan actor on the Maude Team BOMBARDIER. When he's not at UCB you can catch him performing stand up around LA or doing a rare performance with his all black male improv team PHI BETA NEGRO. He was also a performer in the CBS Diversity Showcase 2016.
Londale spent the summers of 2011 and 2012 doing volunteer work in Tanzania with the Karimu Foundation, working with the community of Bacho Village to help rebuild schools, develop theatre projects with the students, and more. His experiences in East Africa have been life-changing and he looks forward to the time when his comedy can bring laughter to people all over the world.