"I vividly remember as a child fantasizing about who or what I'd be when I grow up.
"It fluctuated like a schizophrenic meteorologist from Louisiana during hurricane season. One day a horse jockey, another day a lawyer. Retrospectively being a comic makes perfect sense. I've always been funny. Making people see and understand my humor was something that's always come natural to me. I got out of ass kickings, hooked up with ladies way out of my league and made friends easily because I could make people laugh. Truth be told, it's really the only thing I've ever stuck with, and that's stuck with me.
"My stand up is based on my real life experiences and observations. My career started and is still based out of NYC. You can see me regularly at Gotham Comedy Club, Comic Strip Live, Broadway Comedy and Stand Up NY.
"I've made national television appearances on Comedy Central, CBS's The Late Late Show, CBS's Comics Unleashed, AXS tv's Gotham Comedy Live, MTV's The Buried Life, CBS's Star Search with Arsenio Hall, New Joke City with Robert Klein, NBC's Later, NBC's Friday Night and had my own commercial campaign on Spike tv. Internationally, I've made numerous national late night television appearances in Canada on The Mike Bullard Show and in Holland on Raymaan is Laat and The Comedy Factory."
Feature: Johnny Mac
Johnny Mac crisscrosses the country headlining at comedy clubs, colleges, and corporate events. He’s performed in regional commercials, including a recent Winn Dixie commercial shown throughout the Southeast. An experienced performer, John’s made audiences roar with laughter at clubs and festivals around the country, including the Comedy Strip in New York City, Comedy Works (Denver), the Newport Comedy Festival, Stand Up New York, Gotham Comedy Club (New York). He’s opened for comic legend Lily Tomlin and some of the brightest lights in comedy including Jim Gaffigan, Kathleen Madigan, and Brian Regan. He’s also performed for many major corporations, including Marriott International, Landstar, Safety Kleen, ASAE, International Health and Racquet Sports, PCMA, and Gaylord Entertainment. Originally from New York, (and originally named John McMenamin), Johnny Mac’s show is packed with sharp-witted humor that draws raucous laughter from audiences wherever he performs.