Category Archives: Christian Comedians

Jeff Allen

Jeff Allen combines clean, hilarious humor like no other comedian working today.  Besides
performing at corporate functions and fundraisers, he regularly appears on television,
radio and casinos across the country. Consistently making heroes out of meeting
planners, Jeff Allen provides clean, world‐class comedy.

Jeff was fantastic as usual. I had lots compliments from audience members. Many stated
that Jeff was a breath of fresh air in these challenging times. His ability to connect with his
audience is outstanding and his material is timeless. He was a smash hit and I look
forward to booking him again in the future. 

‐ Bob Hoerr, Chairman/CEO, P.J. Hoerr, Inc

Sinbad

Actor and comedian Sinbad arrived on the comedy scene with a “hit’em in the face” style of comedy that has kept audiences laughing in the aisles for the past two decades. He freely admits that he doesn’t know any jokes except for the ones that his dad told him “back in the day.” The basis of his humor comes from everyone he’s met, everything he’s seen and everything he’s done.
Ranked by Comedy Central as one of the top 100 standup comedians of all time, Sinbad has built a loyal following by taking the painful trials and embarassing tribulations of day-by-day life and throwing them back into his audiences’ faces, causing an uproar of comedic hysteria. Although he’s not any kind of choirboy, Sinbad is the son of a preacher man, and he decided to keep his comedy clean after his father attended one of his early performances. Up until that time, he had described his own comedic style as “semi-dirty.” Sinbad says that he learned that night that “funny is funny,” and noted that masters of dirty comedy — such as Redd Foxx, Richard Pryor and Lenny Bruce — had all been able to work clean without losing a step.
Sinbad has drawn legions of fans from his HBO highly-rated comedy specials “Brain Damaged” (1991), “Afros & Bellbottoms” (1993), “Son of a Preacher Man” (1996) and “Nuthin’ But the Funk” (1998). His HBO music concert series, “Sinbad’s 70’s Soul Music Festival,” received the prestigious NAACP Image Award consecutively for two years as the Most Outstanding Variety Series/Special.
Sinbad is internationally known for his appearances in hit movies like “Jingle All the Way,” in which he played opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger, and “Houseguest,” which co-starred the late Phil Hartman. And don’t forget his film debut, “Necessary Roughness,” where he did none of his own stunts!
Sinbad starred in the television sitcom “A Different World,” which premiered in 1986, as well as his own series, “The Sinbad Show,” which ran in the mid-nineties. Entertainment mogul Quincy Jones sought out Sinbad to host UPN’s first late-night talk show, “Vibe.” Sinbad also appeared as a recurring guest star on Showtime’s “Resurrection Blvd.” Most recently, Sinbad has appeared on the FX series “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” and on the third season of “Celebrity Apprentice.”
In addition to his television, film and comedy work, Sinbad has also written a self-help book entitled “Sinbad’s Guide to Life: (Because I Know Everything).”

James Stephens III

James Stephens III is an established comedian and actor who has performed on The Dana Carvey and Stephanie Miller shows.

Once a practicing lawyer, Mr. Stephens has honed his talents to become one of the most versatile and entertaining comedy acts working the industry today. A self-proclaimed one-man show, he mixes the best of improvisation, comedy and music to customize each performance. He will make you laugh but, more importantly, he will encourage you to achieve in school and serve your community.

James is an extremely talented comedian and impressionist. One minute he’s Bill Cosby, the next he’s Ray Charles, Michael Jackson, Prince, and Babyface as he performs “Happy Days”. No two shows are the same as James involves the entire audience in each performance.

Mr. Stephens Television credits include Fox’s “The Edge”, MTV’s “1/2 Hour Comedy Hour”, Comedy Central, HBO, VH-1, “Ray Charles: 50 Years in Music”, Black Entertainment Television (BET), Apollo Comedy Hour, NBC’s “Friday Night Videos”, and “Showtime at the Apollo.”

Trish Suhr

Southern comedienne Trish Suhr was the Emmy-winning Co-Host and “Yard Sale Diva” of over 200 episodes of the Clean House franchise on Style Network.

Trish most recently was a contributor on Extra, Good Day LA, Good Day NY, Woman’s Day magazine and a regular contributor on the syndicated Rikki Lake Show. 20th Syndication had her on a talent hold for a panel show they were developing in 2011 and additionally she has hosted a variety of shows including Gamers for National LampoonTake My Kids Please for WE, Family Secrets for CMT, Great American Cook-off for Lifetime and was a Guest Star on a recent episode of The Office.

Trish is also known for her quick witted commentary on specials for E!, Style, CMT and VH1. Outside of TV she headlined the Southern Fried Chicks comedy tour, is working on a book about yard sales/clutter and has worked with brands like SC Johnson, BreatheRight and P&G.