Hilarious clean corporate comedians perfect for Florida industry events, charity fundraisers. Hilarious and yet still affordable for seniors groups. We’re all very experienced comedians and you’ve seen us on TV! Hey Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando, St. Petersburg, Tallahassee and even you, The Villages, give us a call! It’ll give you something to brag to your children about and they’ll be jealous and maybe even visit more often. (Oh, not your children, they’re great and visit all the time; we mean those other people’s children)
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You’ve seen us on TV! These are just some of the many great comedians available for Florida clean stand-up comedy shows. A more comprehensive list of comedians is here. Also great for Theatres and Performing Arts Centers, Team-building Exercises & Off-sites, Government & Military Groups, Fraternal & Service Organizations, Alumni Groups, Law Firms, Awards Dinners and even Private Parties. For Ft. Lauderdale, The Villages, Tampa, Miami, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Tallahassee and more. Surprisingly affordable!
Stand-up comedian Shaun Eli has rightfully been called one of America’s smartest comics. Whether it’s a story about dining with a vegetarian or successfully fighting a parking ticket, master storyteller Shaun Eli shows you that there’s hilarity in the ordinary if you approach life with a comedic warp. Job interviews? Serving on a NYC criminal jury? How about the Ten Commandments? For just about anything he’s experienced Shaun has a hilarious story at the ready. Shaun is great for stand-up comedy shows for senior citizens. We’re talking about you, The Villages, FL, but not excluding Miami, Ft. Lauderdale or anywhere else in your nice, warm state. Please, get us out of NY in the winter. We’ll even throw in a set of snow tires! Give us a call.
This very funny New Jersey mom decided after 17 years of being a housewife… that being the funniest mom on the block wasn’t enough for her. She decided to pursue full time her life long dream of becoming a comedian.
Audiences took to this “Mother like no other” from the very start. Robin Fox quickly rose through the comedy ranks and can be seen performing at some of the top comedy clubs and venues through out NYC and the Northeast. Robin’s talent was quickly noticed as she distinguished herself at several comedy competitions. Including Philadelphia’s Funniest – 1st runner up, Bud Lights Ladies of Laughter, at the Finals for The Laugh off at Carolines, and Baltimore’s funniest.
She can be heard on rotation on XM and Sirius Satellite Radio. She has been a guest several times on WOR’s Joey Reynold’s show. On TV Robin appeared on WE Entertainment Television and Nick Mom “Mom’s Night Out.” Robin is a favorite at clubs and private events.
“I dropped out of West Point to Become a Comedian… probably the greatest service I will ever do for my country.”
MacArthur attended West Point and became a national hero. Eisenhower attended West Point and became the President of the United States. Ross Bennett attended West Point, dropped out and became a comedian.
The mid-70’s were a different era, and West Point was admitting a different kind of cadet when Ross Bennett was sworn in on July 8, 1975. But by 1977 Ross had decided that he wanted to take aim and fire jokes at nightclub audiences. So he undertook a giant career change, he dropped out of West Point, and landed right square in the middle of the comedy explosion that was taking America by storm.
For 30 years Ross has led a comedy attack. Armed with an expressive delivery and real life topics. Growing up with a father who was a Marine Colonel (a nice mellow guy!), grade school snow days, disastrous golf games, catastrophic water skiing outings and middle age medical procedures. Ross Bennett is a high-powered performer who takes his act to the audience and comes back with a victory every time! Seen on dozens of television shows, including The Late Show with David Letterman, 5 appearances on Comedy Central’s Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and 4 appearances on An Evening at the Improv.
Comedian and mom Jane Condon lives in Greenwich, Connecticut, but she’s still a nice person. She has two boys. Otherwise everything’s fine. The Associated Press has dubbed her “an uppercrust Roseanne” and The New York Times says, “Condon had the audience cackling, guffawing and in hysterics as she sliced through marriage, husband, kids, politics and other topics.” She loves to tell stories about her adventures (mostly survival tales) with her husband and kids.
Condon was named one of 10 Comedy Best Bets in Back Stage’s annual comedy issue. She has appeared on ABC-TV’s “The View” and Lifetime TV’s “Girls’ Night Out,” FOX-TV’s series finale of “24,” Nickelodeon’s “Nick Mom Night Out,” as well as NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.”
She is the grand prize winner of the Ladies of Laughter Contest. She won “Audience Favorite- NY” on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. And she gave the commencement speech at Wellesley College (her alma mater). She recently appeared on NBC’s Today Show.
Tom Ryan has been a full time standup comedian for over twenty years. He has made two appearances on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Tom Ryan works steadily at comedy clubs, concert venues, corporate functions and colleges across the U.S. In addition to his Letterman appearances, he has also been featured on Showtime, A&E, Comedy Central and NBC. He has performed as the opening act in concert for B.B. King, Natalie Cole, Jeff Beck, Earth, Wind and Fire, Aretha Franklin, Tim Allen, Steven Wright, Jerry Seinfeld, and Dennis Miller just to name a few.
His original style makes it easy for him to write for special events. He has contributed monologue jokes to the award winning “Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher” and regularly headlines corporate events. Tom believes that the best comedy comes from the most unlikely sources. Here is an example from his act: “I was driving around the other day and my oil light came on. But that little symbol looks nothing like an oil can. When it first came on I thought well, apparently my car is low on gravy.”