Comedy has always been my greatest passion. (Well, okay, there is one other thing I get more passionate about, but she won’t let me use her name onstage.) I like being entertained by other comics, and love the thrill of making an audience laugh.
People often ask how I come up with my routines. For me, inspiration…comes from just about anywhere. It can be a road sign off I-75 in Kentucky—Big Bone Lick State Park. (Bet a lot of guys take their girlfriends to that place for picnics.) It can be the crazy stuff people around us do and say every day, or quite often, the even crazier stuff that’s going on in my own life. Basically, the potential for humor is all around us, and inside us, and you just need to know how to harness it.
People also ask, “How can you get up on stage and tell jokes? That has to be terrifying.” When a joke falls flat, it is extremely uncomfortable. But what is more terrifying to me is the prospect of a “regular” job. I lasted in one for all of two years, and I can still feel the handcuffs biting into my wrists. Comedy is my calling, and the stage is my work place. I love going to the office and working late.
I would like to personally invite you to check out one of my shows, or give me a call about doing a private event. You’ll find a calendar with my upcoming shows on the homepage.
Let’s have a few laughs together.