Jamie tours the globe tirelessly, and has made recent appearances all over the United States, Canada, China, the Netherlands and the UK. Most recently, he opened the most talked about show at the prestigious 2007 Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival featuring himself, Eddie Izzard, Billy Connolly, Louis CK, Lewis Black and The Kids in the Hall, and was then featured at the festivals Best Of The Fest show.
After returning from touring Asia with Aristocrats producer/director Paul Provenza, Jamie decided to sell his car and fly to the largest arts festival in the world in Edinburgh, Scotland. After his first show he received a standing ovation and was signed to do two theater shows by renowned producer Mick Perrin from Just for Laughs, and manager of Eddie Izzard. It was the fastest that anyone has received a deal in the history of the festival.
He has performed for 55,000 people at the Lowlands Festival in Holland alongside bands and artists such as: Tool, Nine Inch Nails, The Shins, The Arcade Fire, and Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave).
With fans from New York Times best-selling authors to Grammy award-winning producer Brian Eno, Jamie plays an important role during a comedic renaissance. "Kilstein's hilarious performance proves that when it comes to saving the world from itself, mockery is the sincerest form of warfare" (New York Times best-selling author, Josh Kilmer-Purcell).
He has opened for comedy giants such as: Dave Chappelle, Lewis Black, Marc Maron, Doug Stanhope, SNL's Darrell Hammond, and Dave Attell. Jamie has preformed at venues ranging from 2000-plus seat theaters such as The Paramount Theater and The Oakland Metro Opera House, to world-famous comedy clubs like Comic Strip Live, The Comedy Store, Comedy Central's Luna Lounge and Catch A Rising Star.
He was featured at The Boston Comedy Festival, The New York Underground Comedy Festival, The Seventh Annual Revolutions International Theater Festival, Cringe Humor NYC, The Brighton Arts Festival England, the prestigious Montreal Comedy Festival in '07, and will return to Edinburgh in '08 for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He has performed at ivy league schools such as Brown University.
Jamie's work can also be read at Arianna Huffington's political comedy site 236.com alongside other commentators such as Bill Maher and Christoper Guest.
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