After college Kerri moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. She graduated from the two-year program at Second City and performed on the main stage in LA with "The Thompsons" for a season. She also studied at the Groundlings for Improv and joined the award winning theater ensemble, "The Actors Co-op." Kerri paired up with known television actor Gary Hershberger to co-found the inspirational drama ministry "Act In Faith" and got rave reviews for their honest and heartfelt dramas on life's tough issues. They have performed at the National Pastors Conference and around the country. Kerri came to Hollywood searching out that one role that would make her famous but found compromising her faith was not worth the star on the Walk of Fame. One night after much prayer it was apparent that God had other plans for her: Kerri was to do stand-up. She was led to her first real gig, in all places, at the world famous Hollywood Improv. Although she performed in front of a very secular crowd Kerri was the only performer asked to come back. Little did she know the comedian at the ticket booth who offered to pray for her would someday become her husband.
Kerri continues to hone her craft by working the comedy club circuit. She has become one of the most sought after comedians, and tours extensively throughout the U.S. and Canada. She has shared the stage with such diverse comedians as Sherri Shepherd from The View, Jim Carrey, Jay Leno, Lonnie Love from NBC's Parks and Recreation, Zach Levi from NBC's Chuck, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Jeff Allen, Carlos Oscar and Anthony Griffith--to name a few. She's also been a part of the national women's conference, "Extraordinary Women."
Kerri has toured with Women of Faith's Thelma Wells in the "Thelma-Kerri TK Tour" from 2010 to the present. She is a much sought after corporate comedian for such clients as Ford Motor Company and Cisco Systems. She and Ron were honored to partner with Glenn Beck for his Restoring Love Conference and provide entertainment for thousands of fans in Dallas. She recently headlined the red carpet launch for the prestigious California Women's Conference, where she will be performing on several panels with over 20,000 in attendance. Kerri is honored to share the stage with legendary actresses Tippi Hedren, Sharon Lawrence, Marcia Cross and Mark Victor Hansen--all of whom have become "Kerri Fans."