Success Stories

Note: This story has been updated and contains an audio interview because Killer Stand-up comedian Gid Pool been featured in a “Your Life Calling With Jane Pauley” segment produced by AARP (video of the segment is provided below)!

If you are at an age where you have ever wondered if you were too old to become a stand-up comedian, please allow me to introduce you to comedian Gid Pool.

Gid was 61 years old when he started his stand-up comedy career after taking a stand-up comedy class in March 2007.

Later that summer, Gid got his hands on the Killer Stand-up Comedy System. (read more…)

If you think that you need a hundred or two hundred performances before you can deliver a headliner level performance, then…

You might want to check out Killer Stand-up comedian Wendy Bax.

Wendy is a 42 year old stay-at-home mom based in Portland, Oregon who had been told for years that she should take a shot at stand-up comedy.

In June of 2008 she attended the Christian Comedy Association Conference and it was strongly recommended by top comedians at the conference that she get her hands on the Killer Stand-up Comedy System.

In July 2008, she started working with my system. By April of 2009, Wendy began performing with a local comedy group in Portland called “TIME OUT! The Mother of All Comedy Shows”. Her first performance with that group was only her fifth time on stage. (read more…)

If you have ever had a doubt in your mind about just how powerful the Killer Stand-up Comedy System really is, let me introduce you to comedian Khulani Malone.

Yes, once again I have some amazing BEFORE and AFTER videos included in this article, so you need not take my word for it. You can visualize and determine the results for yourself.

Khulani Malone, a 27 year old engineer for Intel in Sacramento, California decided to take another shot at stand-up comedy after a five year break.

He had attempted stand-up comedy previously, but he bombed every time he went on stage. (read more…)

Australian comedian Mark Gladman has been using the Killer Stand-up Comedy System now for years.

He has become the “comedy thunder from down under” in a short period of time.

I have included a video clip of Mark at the end of this article.

Here is Mark’s success story: (read more…)

For yet another example of just how fast a powerful stand-up comedy act can be developed, let me introduce you to Killer Stand-up comedian Bobby Friske.

This 42 year old graphic designer based out of Dallas, Texas made the decision to take a shot at stand-up comedy on August 26, 2009 after being “accidentally” accepted for an open mic spot at the Dallas Improv.

Confident in his initial comedy abilities, Bobby began performing at local open mics on a weekly basis.

Bobby immediately enrolled in a local comedy class and began pouring through some of the more popular books on stand-up comedy. (read more…)