Comedy Fans the world over have taken notice of Kevin Bartini’s cutting edge, quick witted biting sense of humor. Kevin’s act is an ever changing mix of personal and often embarrassing stories, political humor, observational humor and improvisation. After ten years honing his skills in New York City, Kevin has become one of the brightest new stars on the comedy landscape.
Kevin’s easygoing likeable persona combined with lightning fast improvisational skills make him one of the most sought after audience warm up comics in the television industry. Currently Kevin can be seen warming up the audience at The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report on Comedy Central. He has also worked for two seasons as an audience warm-up comic for Who Wants To Be a Millionaire.
Movie fans and comedy fans may best know Kevin as the creator and star of The Movie Preview Review Podcast. On each episode Kevin reviews a new release after having only seen the movie’s previews. The MPR Podcast has become a viral sensation attracting a worldwide fan base. Kevin has also appeared on television on Discovery Channels Cash Cab, The Game Show Network’s Newlywed Game and NBC’s Saturday Night Live.
Kevin got his start in theater working with the likes of The Williamstown Theater Company, Barrington Stage Company and Shakespeare and Company. He garnered rave reviews starring in the national tour as Jeff Kahn in You Say Tomato I Say Shut Up.
Besides being a very popular comedian Kevin is a sought after comedy writing. HBO Sports hired Kevin to write a sports themed sketch series titled Got No Game. This popular multi episode series was a hit on HBO Sports’ web page and eventually on HBO’s main web page as well. He has also contributed to such varied programs as MSNBC’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Fox News’ Red Eye and Comedy Central’s Live at Gotham. Kevin’s comedy writing has been featured numerous times on top radio programs including The Bob and Tom Show, Comical Radio, and On-Air with Ryan Seacrest.
Catching Kevin Bartini perform live is not something that you will soon forget.
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