LOUIS JOHNSON has appeared on Comedy Central, B.E.T., Showtime, A&E, and his own Showtime “Comic Of The Month” Special which aired after winning Showtime Networks Funniest Person in America contest. Declared the winner following a nationwide phone-in vote, he won cash (long gone) and the cable special.
Louis was featured at the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, the New Orleans Comedy Festival and he’s been a regular on U.S.O. World Comedy Break Tours since 1995.
The Denver Post states that, “Johnson is a polished performer with a dynamic delivery.”
The Atlanta Journal calls him “…a keen chronicler of society.”
The Indianapolis News says, “His jokes make fun of life’s everyday occurrences that break all racial and economic barriers.”
The Rocky Mountain news adds that “…he is a comedian with graceful physical skills and has the ability to wander into tough subjects and still get a laugh.”
The Honolulu Star Bulletin reports that “Johnson is just serious enough to give the audience something to think about.”
The Boulder Daily Camera simply states that, “There was only one difference between us. He was funny-very funny.”
He started a fight in the comedy club and he should have went to jail.
C'mon people! It's time to let some things go!
I want chest hair!
She really thought Woods wouldn't be spotted.
No...your not a 'teen vampire'!
Yup...somewhat racist. :^)
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This is how we should deal with the problem in the middle east.