Justin Worsham is a good husband. And father. And a jerk. He'd probably be a better husband and father if he wasn't such a jerk, but he just can't help it. He's got strong opinions on life, the world, and all the other crap that's bugging him.
A native of Modesto, California, Justin has been performing comedy in front of live audiences for over 15 years. In addition to performing in comedy clubs all over the country, teaching improv and hosting numerous live events, Justin was featured on Showtime's Comics Without Borders with Russell Peters. Both of Justin's albums, Paternally Challenged and Justin Worsham: I'm a Good Husband can be heard daily on Blue Collar Radio on SiriusXM Satellite Radio.
Justin has a background in improvisational comedy, having performed for several years with the short-form improv company ComedySportz throughout the U.S. He even proposed to his wife and high school sweetheart, Natalie, from the stage of a live ComedySportz show. Inexplicably, she said yes! Justin studied Radio, Television and Film at San Jose State University and was a featured performer at Paramount's Great America. (He played a Ferengi from Star Trek. In full make-up. In the summer. Good times….)
After moving to Los Angeles in 2005, Justin was accepted into The Second City where he studied acting, long-form improv and comedy writing. Justin graduated from The Second City conservatory program, performed with his improv ensemble in a weekly live show and was hand-picked to be a part of the Grad program where he furthered his study of improvisational comedy.
Justin Worsham knew he would become a comedian as early as the first grade. When he wasn't serving as a martial arts practice dummy for his step-brother, Justin repeatedly watched the classic concerts Bill Cosby: Himself and Robin Williams A Night At The Met. When those videos were nearly worn out, he'd hide in the closet and listen to the album Eddie Murphy: Comedian. While other children were dreaming of becoming firemen, doctors or parole officers, Justin filled his head with images of microphone stands, laughing crowds, and hotel perks like free cookies at check-in. And now he's living the dream.
Justin lives in Burbank with his wife Natalie and their little boy, Jacob, who is not yet a jerk, but give it time.