Sacramento California born Key Lewis is a high energy, improvisational, storytelling, multiple-personality nutcase! His love for the people and hunger for the stage is his undying motivation. His comedic stories about his interracial childhood, family, and unusual views on relationships, make Key simply a joy to watch. His ability to improvise and interact with all types of crowds makes this up and coming comic and actor one to look out for.
Key Lewis has appeared on Marlon Wayans TBS’s Funniest Wins, Starz Networks StaannDup, Kevin Harts One Mic Stand as well as Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes! Key says, chase your dream, always know your audience; don’t act funny, be funny; don’t be a dick; don’t worry about the quantity of your material but the quality; the sooner you create a relationship with your crowd, the better you will be.
Television: Bill Bellamy’s Who’s Got Jokes on TVONE. BET’S One Mic Stand Hosted by Kevin Hart. Starz Network Comedy Series called StaannDup, Marlon Wayan’s TBS’s Funniest Wins!
Competitions: Winner of the 2013 Rocky Mountain Laugh Off, Finalist in the 2010 Bay Area Black Comedy Competition, Semi-Finalist 2009 San Francisco International Comedy Competition, a Semi-Finalist in the 2008 Boston Comedy Festival, 2007 Seattle International Comedy Competition Finalist, Shades of Laughs Portland Oregon Winner, TVONE Bill Bellamy’s Who Got Joke’s Contestant.
Radio: Improv work with FM Morning Shows (Top 40 Radio): KSFM 102.5 (Sacramento, CA),
KWOD 106.5 (Sacramento, CA) KWIN 97.7 – Stockton/Lodi, CA, Mix 107.9 Salt Lake City UT (Is It Racist Segment) & The Man Panel.
Concerts/Festivals: Opened for Jon B. and Keysha Cole, Taste Of Tacoma, & Bite Of Seattle Fountain Stage 5 Years Running!
References: Molly Schminke, San Francisco & Sacramento Punchline email@example.com Jan Smith, Ice House Comedy Club (Los Angeles, CA) firstname.lastname@example.org Jennifer Canfield, Laughs Unlimited (Sacramento, CA) email@example.com
Key Lewis has worked with the likes of Kevin Hart, Pablo Francisco, Sam Bam, Alonzo Bodden, Jay London, Gabriel Iglesias, Brooks McBeth, Tommy Davidson, Katt Williams, De-Ray Davis, Andrew Norelli, Lonnie Love, Jeff Garcia, Damon Wayans, Joey Diaz, Guy Torry, Darren Carter, Paul Mooney, Kermet Apio and many more.