Matt Holt is someone to watch. Few comedians display the quick wit, razor-sharp timing, and biting delivery that he brings to the stage time and time again. When a comic lives in the moment, no two shows are alike, and nobody takes audiences on a thrill ride like Matt Holt. With his relaxed style, he seamlessly transitions from scripted material to casual, off-the-cuff conversation with the audience, leaving them laughing, applauding, and gasping for air.
Any comic can write jokes, but Matt prefers to derive playful material from his personal experiences. Being the youngest of eight kids, and a twice-divorced single father, Matt has no shortage of comedic inspiration in his life. Matt never misses a chance to laugh at himself, which allows him to break down that barrier between the performer and the audience. It’s this knack of this that lets the audience know who he really is. When he first steps on stage he’s “the comedian.” By the end of the show, he’s “Matt.” It’s like sitting down with an old friend and having the time of your life.
Matt's popularity, however, is not just limited to comedy clubs. Ha has also performed at countless corporate events as well as the USO, and Helping Hands For Freedom (providing support and assistance to military families). In short, Matt has the ability to make each performance special and unique to fit any occasion.
Having just released his debut album "I’m in Show Business!" Matt is busier than ever touring the country and loving every minute of it.
When he’s not performing at clubs, colleges, casinos and cruise ships, he can be heardon SIRIUS/XM Satellite radio, Pandora, or co-hosting the wildly popular podcast, "The Interweb Podshow".
If you want to see a show unlike any you’ve ever seen, watch Matt Holt. If you want to see another one, watch him again.
Matt loves a woman in boots.
It's like serving a search warrant on your parents.
Matt Holt supports our president in a number of ways.
Matt Holt would live on a cruise ship if he could. He loves to cruise!
Matt Holt believes in love. Is that SO wrong?
Matt Holt recalls a memorable boat trip with his dad.