Corey Forrester has been doing stand up comedy through out the southeast for the past 5 years and started when he was 16 years old. Performing in comedy clubs, night clubs, Karaoke bars, and even a VFW lodge, Corey rarely misses an opportunity to speak his mind. His career seems to be blossoming in 2010 as he has become a big draw at his local Chattanooga comedy club The Comedy Catch, he has featured for Cousin Ricky Peardon and Big Ed Caylor, as well as opening up for them during there Hicks Gone Wild comedy tour while at The Comedy Catch. Corey also headlines a few friday shows in Chattanooga bringing his southern flare and ideaology to fans 45 minutes at a time.
Corey is not only an established comedian in his home town, he is often asked to MC several events throughout the year including fundraisers, political benefits, and even College Fraternity partys. If you tune in to WUSY-101, Chattanoogas #1 country station, you will often hear Corey co-hosting the Saturday night all request night.
Corey is a hard working comedian who constanlty carries a notepad with him to capture lifes most extreme, and sometimes most mundane moments for comedy purposes. This hard work paid off earlier in 2010 when out of over 70 comedians in the southeast, he was voted 3rd place in the Southeastern funniest human contest, which has led to club work and several feature opportunities.
Corey explains how all paper towel commercials are the same.
Corey Forrester reporting on the weed epidemic.