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Ventriloquist and stand-up comedian, Jeff Dunham, is one of the hottest in the field of comedy today. He is the top-grossing stand-up act, according to Pollstar, and the sold-out shows on his tour is the proof. Known for his irreverent puppet characters and politically incorrect jokes, Dunham appeals to a wide base of fans the world over. But it has taken him over 30 years to hone his art, perfect his jokes, and get the entertainment industry to take him, ahem, seriously. Born and raised in Dallas, Dunham was given a Mortimer Snerd doll as a gift when he was eight years old. He took an immediate interest in the art of ventriloquism and sunk his teeth into learning the technique. He began performing locally while in middle school, and by the time he was in college at Baylor University was the opening act for the likes of Bob Hope and George Burns. He struggled to gain his footing in Texas beyond the clubs, though, and moved to Los Angeles with a goal of being on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson. He eventually made it in 1990 and was invited by Johnny to sit on the couch after his act (indicating approval by Mr. Carson). He continued to find that the entertainment industry would not embrace his act with his dummies and remained on the club circuit for several years. His fan base, however, continued to grow, and by 2003 when he appeared on Comedy Central he was well-known, prompting him to put out his own DVD in 2005, Jeff Dunham: Arguing With Myself. He has since filmed five specials available on DVD and briefly had his own show. He has appeared in numerous television shows from Johnny Carson to Blue Collar TV to 30 Rock, as well as several movies, and has won Ventriloquist of the Year twice.
Dunham's characters are as well-known as himself. Describing his characters, Time magazine observes, "All of them are politically incorrect, gratuitously insulting and ill tempered." And really funny. There are nine characters that Dunham regularly employs for his shows and a host of others. There's Walter, the grumpy old Vietnam Vet who hates his wife; Peanut, the purple-skinned, green-coiffed, "bad kid"; Bubba J, the beer-swilling redneck; and most-popular, as evidenced by being the ninth most-watched video clip on YouTube in 2009, is Achmed the Dead Terrorist, the skeleton suicide bomber. Dunham excels at skewering all walks of life in his satire and parodies, saying, "As a standup comic, it is my job to make the majority of people laugh, and I believe that comedy is the last true form of free speech."
You can catch Jeff Dunham on his nationwide tour, "Disorderly Conduct", now! Get your tickets from American Tickets to see the hottest stand-up comedian on the road today.