Claude Stuart

Claude Stuart

DATE

Jun 21, 2024 - Jun 22, 2024

TIME

8:00 PM

LOCATION

Crackers Comedy Club

From packing comedy venues across the globe to regular television appearances on shows like "The Tonight Show" and "Last Comic Standing", veteran comedian/writer/actor/producer Claude Stuart has come a long way from his down-home, southern roots. Claude's explosive, in-your-face, rapid-fire, madman stage style is truly an exhilarating assault on the senses and has evoked comparisons to golden era physical comedians such as Steve Martin, Robin Williams and Jim Carrey. Claudes unique brand of Don Rickles-esque crowd interaction, coupled with clever and well-written jokes, makes him not only the world's first "physical insult comedian" - but a "Comedy Triple Threat"!

Claude's natural comedic flair was recognized early on. As a teen, he interned at a local radio station. Though he
wasn't supposed to be on the air, one of the DJs thought he was funny and let him call in as celebrities and random characters. When the boss found out all these voices and jokes were coming from Claude, he offered him a job writing and co-hosting the morning radio show, which was broadcast to 35 cities nationwide. Next he won the title, "Funniest Person at SMU". After a pit stop in Houston where he developed his stand-up act, he naturally ended up in L.A. This led to an extremely successful stand-up career; as well as myriad appearances in feature films and television, including starring with Jay Leno on the wildly popular "Undercover Jay" skit segment of "The Tonight Show".

Many people recognize Claude Stuart from hilarious national commercials he did for products such as Honda, Heineken, Jeep, Grapenuts, Doritos and even Midol. He has appeared on "That 70s Show", "Scrubs", "The Late, Late Show", "Will & Grace", "Comics Unleashed", "Agent Carter", "Melissa & Joey", "Last Man Standing" with Tim Allen, "The Best Damn Sports Show, Period!", "Oblivious!", "Talk Soup", and as a regular on "The Bob and Tom Show". He has been in feature films such as Starship Troopers, Man On The Moon and Adam Carollas Road Hard. He also created a show for The Tennis Channel that he wrote and hosted called "Game, Set & Laugh!"

Claude most recently co-created and is starring in the critically acclaimed sketch series "High Land Parking "on Amazon Prime, and he is a regular performer on The Weather Channel's "Weather Gone Viral!" He is a partner and executive in his production company, "3 Degrees Entertainment", which has a plethora of pilots and feature films in development that he wrote and is producing, with celebrities attached including Vivica A. Fox, Sean Astin, Jamie Kennedy, John Cleese, Monica Potter, and Jay Mohr.  

Claude's Drybar and Tubi Specials have helped him earn over 250,000 followers; and he just recorded a new album for SiriusXM.  
Claude wrote for NBC's "FEEDING AMERICA" - which starred Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, and Adam Sandler; and he has been writing for the popular comedy show "FUNNY YOU SHOULD ASK", starring Howie Mandel, Tiffany Haddish, Whitney Cummings, Jeff "The Roastmaster" Ross, and Jon Lovitz; and he has gotten over 600 jokes on the air, more than anyone else in the history of the program.