A Southern gentleman, raised in Memphis, Tennessee, I got my start in comedy while studying theater in North Carolina. As I worked as a bartender in a comedy club, I observed the comedians, and was convinced that comedy was what I was born to do. I was inspired by comedians such as Richard Pryor, Jerry Seinfeld, and D.L. Hughley. I moved to Chicago and began hosting various comedy shows. During my stint in Chicago, I created a touring comedy show known as The Laughfest Comedy Tour. This was a successful tour that showcased the talents of both established and up-and-coming comedians. The Laughfest Comedy Tour made stops at colleges and universities across the nation. I became a favorite with women, in part, because of my act "Let it Ride," in which I gave the details of my search for a long-lasting relationship. Currently, I reside in Los Angeles where I am beginning to focus more on television and film projects.