January 31 - February 01

Mike MacRae

Mike MacRae

A native of St. Louis, Mike MacRae began performing at the legendary (read: “closed”) Houston Laff Stop in 1999 and soon developed his trademark style of blending obscure impressions into straight stand-up. Mike’s television debut was on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend in 2001 and he has since performed on The Late Show with David Letterman, NESN’s Comedy All-Stars, and was a cast member on the TBS sketch show Frank TV In 2009, Mike was invited to perform on the Master’s Showcase at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. He has also lent his distinctive voice to numerous commercials, video games, cartoons, anime, and Adult Swim on the Cartoon Network. Now a resident of Austin, TX, Mike tours the country performing in comedy clubs and can be heard regularly on syndicated radio programs such as The Bob & Tom Show and The Jimmy Dore Show, as well as various comedy podcasts, because that’s a thing that people apparently do now that will somehow pay off in the future.

02/01/2020 11:00 PM

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A native of St. Louis, Mike MacRae began performing at the legendary (read: “closed”) Houston Laff Stop in 1999 and soon developed his trademark style of blending obscure impressions into straight stand-up. Mike’s television debut was on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend in 2001 and he has since performed on The Late Show with David Letterman, NESN’s Comedy All-Stars, and was a cast member on the TBS sketch show Frank TV In 2009, Mike was invited to perform on the Master’s Showcase at the Montreal Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. He has also lent his distinctive voice to numerous commercials, video games, cartoons, anime, and Adult Swim on the Cartoon Network. Now a resident of Austin, TX, Mike tours the country performing in comedy clubs and can be heard regularly on syndicated radio programs such as The Bob & Tom Show and The Jimmy Dore Show, as well as various comedy podcasts, because that’s a thing that people apparently do now that will somehow pay off in the future.