See Johnny Live
How it all started
Johnny Lee Dam has been performing comedy ever since he could utter a sentence. As the resident class clown, he deprived his fellow students of any semblance of a public education. Fortunately, it didn’t stop there.
A native of Los Angeles, Johnny began his actual comedy career in December of 1991. After a six-week class at a community college, he delivered his first five-minute set and was hooked for life!
Since then he has toured throughout the U.S., Canada, traveled into war zones to entertain the troops, starred in a national commercial, produced and hosted his own 2x award winning radio show in the LA talk radio market, and written and directed two short films. If he looks familiar it’s because you’ve probably seen him most recently on Fox Sports, or TMZ Live.
His shotgun-like delivery and scope of material has made him a crowd favorite among all ages and demographics… except his parents… they still don’t know where they went wrong.
Johnny gives the audience what it wants. But beware, Johnny's humor is brutally honest, and if asked to define comedy he will tell you that every joke has a victim, and the only thing funnier than the truth is the painful truth.
The DAMage Report
Matt "Wheels" O'Nesti
"A huge shout out and thank you is in order for Johnny Lee Dam for closing the show and tearing the damn roof off the place!"
Greensboro Comedy Zone
@JohnnyLeeDam you were amazing and soooooo hilarious i had such an amazing time @comedyzonegreensboro amazing job!!!!
#sofunny #funtimes #thecomedyzone
Lake of the Four Seasons
Crown Point, IN
"Everyone and I mean everyone, was raving and thanking Johnny. He knocked it out of the park, to put it mildly! What a show he put on, unbelievable! Everyone made sure to tell us they want him back! In fact, they didn't want him to leave the stage!"
Booking Johnny Lee Dam
Johnny Lee Dam is available to Host/Emcee or perform for your private, public, corporate, and charitable events.
When booking Johnny, or any other comedian, please keep in mind that comedy is a very subjective art form, and while it may be 'clean', it may not be suitable for children.
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