Todd Barry performed in the Montreal Just for Laughs comedy festival in 1994, 2003 and 2006.
In 2003, Todd Barry recieved a Nightlife Awards for Outstanding Male Standup Comedian. The Nightlife Awards recognize outstanding New York performers, and winners perform on stage rather than give acceptance speeches.
Todd Barry has had three essays published in The New York Times: "Mile High Anxiety" (November 20, 2005), "The Sub" (March 5, 2006) and "Free Refills" (June 25, 2006). They can be read on his website ToddBarry.com.
At his website ToddBarry.com, Todd Barry has a "Receipt Museum," including receipts from his 2005 trip to the California Pizza Kitchen and ride on the New Jersey subway as well as a Dutch McDonald's receipt from 2004.
Todd Barry has three comedy CDs out - "From Heaven," released in March 2008, 2004's "Falling off the Bone" and "Medium Energy" (2001).
Todd Barry: I haven't done a lot in London. I think comedy over there is how it was over here years ago - there's tons of it and they're better paid.
Todd Barry: I like cilantro but you don't have to.
Todd Barry: (on the Caesar salad at a neighborhood restaurant) That place used to have a really good Caesar salad. Then they changed the dressing.
Todd Barry: The air freshener they use in the Oakland airport mens room smells really good.
Todd Barry: My gut tells me that Katie Couric wears nice perfume.