Roger Keiss


Roger Keiss

The Nashville Network (TNN)

Finalist in Showtime's "Funniest Person in America"

Comedy Central

Opened for Chuck Berry, Clarence Carter, and Alabama

Appeared with Tommy Chong, Jerry Seinfeld, Lewis Black, and Margaret Smith ("Last Comic Standing").

Roger Keiss has been bringing laughter to American audiences since 1987. With almost 20 years in the business, he has a solid grasp of what tickles people. He delivers his observational humor with a manic persona and a body that can't stand still for more than a few seconds.

He is most well know for his interpretation of what the letters of each state stand for (IOWA - "Idiots out wandering around"), and has penned a book entitled "United Statements" covering all 50 states.

A regular contributor to the nationally syndicated cartoon strips, "Lucky Angler", and "Noogie Elementary", he has also written material for Jay Leno's monologue on "The Tonight Show".