Woods started as 17-year-old with humble roots as the son of a single mom in Kansas. Self-described as “white trash kid who grew up in black schools”, Woods relied on getting laughs to fit in.
To get by, Woods was an Uber driver in the car he lived in and his 24-Hour Fitness membership to get a place to shower.
Nearly at the end of his rope, he received the call that changed his life. Woods was rewarded for his persistence and shares his journey, including how to handle hecklers and on-stage failure.