Just after graduating college, in an effort to make his comedy stronger, Justin stepped into the comedy club scene. His goal was to make audiences LAUGH AS HARD AT HIS SHOW – which doesn’t contain any vulgar material – as those who talk about anything under the sun. Within six months, he was contacted by The Late Show with David Letterman to come to New York.
His passion to keep audiences laughing — and give them a positive experience that will stay with them the rest of their lives — is what sets him apart.
His non-offensive comedy show includes ventriloquism and song parodies.
It all started when others noticed that he naturally spoke without moving his lips (biography). “I realized I was a natural ventriloquist. Once I combined that with comedy and singing, I knew I had something,” says Justin.
Audiences connect with Justin’s non-offensive comedy, plus his parodies of classic American songs such as Bob Dylan’s “Blowin in the Wind” and Scott MacKenzie’s “San Francisco.”
He’s kept audiences laughing at some of the world’s largest banks (back when they had money), headlined major theaters and appeared internationally (by uploading a video to YouTube).
His ventriloquist figures think he’s a waste of skin.