Keith Barany,
Founder and chuckle monkey
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  • 818-634-6320
  • Deb Graham,
    partner and responsible adult
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  • KEITH STUBBS

    VIDEOS

    Groups: 

    Women-only Men-only Kid-Friendly GOP Group Fraternal Lodge Corporate; PG-Restrictive Corporate; PG-Relaxed Colleges/Universities Class Reunion Church show Alumni Association Active Senior

    Ratings: 

    G-Disney PG-13 PG-18 Light R

    TELEVISION & RADIO:

    A&E’s “An Evening at the Improv” (Twice)
    Comedy Central
    Many appearances on the CBS and FOX affiliates
    Heard often on the nationally syndicated “Bob and Tom Show” radio show. 

    OPENED FOR:

    Trace Adkins
    Sinbad
    Gladys Knight
    Frank Caliendo
    Lewis Black
    Little Big Town
    Joel McHale, and many more.

    FESTIVALS & CONTESTS:

    Boston International Comedy Festival
    FunnyFest
    The Calgary Comedy Festival
    Comedy Central’s Laugh Riots comedy competition; Semi-finalist

    AWARDS & HONORS:

    Selected as one of only 10 comedians to perform for the Olympic athletes in 2002. 
    Named “Best Comedian” by The City Weekly (Twice)
    Named “Funniest Comedian” by The Standard-Examiner newspaper.
    “Best Radio Personality”; Utah Broadcasters Assoc. -8 years in a row
    “Vinnie Black” in the musical comedy “Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding.”-Best actor award; Regional theater.

    OVERVIEW:

     

    Keith set aside a career working as a stock broker in New York and Los Angeles to pursue his lifelong dream of being a stand-up comedian and has never looked back. Performing at comedy clubs from coast to coast and nearly everywhere in between, Keith became the definition of a “road comic”, spending on average 44 weeks a year performing at clubs all across the country. Keith developed a routine of smart, quick-witted comedy that quickly landed him headlining gigs at numerous comedy clubs as well as spots performing on national TV and radio programs. Keith Stubbs’ has gained a loyal following of listeners eager to tune in every morning to “The Stubbs Show” for their daily dose of comedy. He is also an accomplished musician and actor recieving much acclaim and awards for his portrayals. Keith currently lives in Utah with his wife and four children and is generally happy.