James Harris is the co-host of James and Sunda, a weekly comedy variety television show airing on Jewish Life Television (JLTV). James hosts the show with his comedy partner Sunda, a Swedish and Black Jew, who is known as the most dangerous mother in comedy.
James has a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Dr. James is an expert on happiness and fulfillment – the subject of his dissertation.
James is an accomplished screenwriter and television writer. He wrote his first screenplay when he was an undergraduate student at Brandeis University. The script was produced and the movie, The Cure for Boredom, stars Judd Nelson, Seymour Cassel, and Joe Viterelli and is available on DVD. He has written material for some of the world’s most successful comedians. His jokes have been featured in national magazines and on many popular web sites. He was the humor columnist for The National Enquirer where his two columns, "Laugh Track" and "Scandal Meter," ran weekly. He wrote for Laugh Factory’s TBS…Very Funny and The Supreme Court of Comedy. James has written for ShowTime, HBO, DirecTV, Broadway, and many celebrities and public speakers. James performs his standup routine weekly at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood, and has been seen on HBO, VH-1, and JLTV.