Pat Dixon is best known as creator and host of The NYC Crime Report with Pat Dixon, a long-running podcast devoted to reporting current crime news from the New York City tabloids with irreverence and dark humor.
The show also features interviews with comedians and news personalities including Jackie Martling, Christian Finnegan, Bobcat Goldthwait, Bonnie McFarlane, Jim Florentine, Jerry Stahl, Mandy Stadtmiller, Ari Shaffir and Kendra Sunderland. Dixon is also the creator of the “Nearly Naked Lady Hour” and the subsequent “Miss Nearly Naked Lady.”
In October 2015, it was announced Dixon was the latest addition to the Compound Media Network of podcasts and comedians.
Dixon was a cast member on the reboot of VH1’s “Best Week Ever,” and had his own half-hour “Comedy Central Presents” special. He’s also been seen on “The Late Late Show,” “BBC America’s The World Stands Up,” “Gotham Comedy Live,” “Very Funny Live” on TBS, TV Land’s “Best Night In.”
He has released three stand-up comedy albums: “White Devil,” “Goodbye Forever, Fatty” and “King of Clubs.”
In 2015, he appeared as an actor in the short film “Muck,” which premiered at the Sarasota Film Festival and was also an official selection in the Palm Springs International Film Festival, the Montclair Film Festival, the Berkshire International Film Festival and the Capital City Film Festival.
On September 3, 2020, he appeared on the Man Tools Podcast and talked about Crime, COVID, and Compound Media