A fledgling fixture on the D.C. comedy scene, 20-year-old Wardell is getting an early start at a standup career. Named the capital's boy wonder by the Washington Post, Wardell started doing standup at 17 and cracked audiences up with his awkward adolescent charm. With tour dates at SXSW, the Bridgetown Comedy Fest, and the Comedy Central Stage in Hollywood, Wardell is slowly building his brand around the country.
Lauren Cohan of "The Walking Dead" at "The Walking Dead's" 10th Anniversary Celebration presented by Hyundai.
Norman Reedus and Andrew Lincoln at 'The Walking Dead' party July 19.
Charlie Carver, Crystal Reed, Holland Roden, and Max Carver at the Maxim party.
Danai Gurira of "The Walking Dead"
Geoff Johns, Diane Nelson, actor Henry Cavill, Jim Lee and Dan DiDio pose with Action Comics issue at the Superman 75th party
Donald Faison is flying high at the Kick-Ass 2 party.
Joel Kinnaman and Olivia Munn
Metallica performs a surprise concert.
Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Donald Faison at the "Kick-Ass 2" party.
"The Walking Dead's" Robert Kirkman with musicians Brian Bell, Rivers Cuomo and Scott Shriner of Weezer
Charles Michael Davis and Paul Wesley of 'The Vampire Diaries' at the Maxim party
George R.R. Martin
Back row: John Bradley, Kit Harington, Richard Madden, writers D.B. Weiss, and David Benioff.
Front row: Emilia Clarke, Rose Leslie, Michelle Fairley, writer George R.R. Martin, and Peter Dinklage