Don McMillan received his Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. He helped change the world of computers as part of the team that designed the world’s first 32-bit microprocessor. After 15 years in the high-tech world, he left his day job to become a stand-up comedian. Only 3 years later, he won the San Francisco International Stand-Up Comedy Competition and went on to become the $100,000 comedy winner on Star Search.
Not only has Don been featured on the Tonight Show, HBO, and MTV but he has performed at many colleges and universities including: Carnegie Mellon, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Lehigh, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, USC, and of course, Stanford!
Don utilizes math, science, engineering, and state-of-the-art technologies to perform a one-of-a-kind, laugh-out-loud, multimedia comedy show. His show celebrates nerds, geeks, techies and their friends and family who love them. He is THE comedian for the Information Age!
Don is willing to bring colleges and universities his brilliantly clever show at a reduced price so he can share his love of comedy and engineering to show students that creativity and technology go hand-in-hand; To dare students to challenge the image of the typical “engineer” or the typical “student”; and to inspire students to follow their passions to discover new, exciting paths for their futures.lenge the image of the typical “engineer” or the typical “student”; and to inspire students to follow their passions to discover new, exciting paths for their futures.