Miami born, and raised, comedian George W beams as he explains why, and how, he floats from one comedy room to the next as if on sheer momentum. His life story doesn't read like a typical comic because George W was born with a unique physiological element in his genetic makeup. George W was a cut up and a class clown in school, mouthy and audacious. Yes, he was all of those things yet he remains humble, hungry, funny and exceeds the expectations of his audience… and it shows.
George W has graced stages alongside Jay Anthony Brown, Tony Rock and Earthquake to name a few. He has appeared on the 2013, 14 and 15 Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage and Family Reunion and has also opened for comedy great and activist Dick Gregory. He has traveled with comic veteran Eddie Griffin while learning and letting promoters, talent buyers and fans know that he is coming to the microphone with a vengeance, and there's little that will stop him. Currently opening for, and traveling with, comedian/actor Faizon Love, he has traveled around to many cities playing comedy clubs such as the Improvs, Baltimore Comedy Factory, Funny Bones, Zanies, Chuckles Comedy House, Uptown Comedy Club, plus more. George W has also been apart of one of Miami's hottest radio shows rated number 1, The Rick Party afternoon show. You can check him out on HBO's hit series 'Ballers' with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson in Season 2, Episode 8, on the Rick Ross/ Lil Wayne video '9 Piece', and on episodes of Crime Stoppers Miami.
All of these experiences have seasoned George W in his career, however his jolly, free-spirited timing and delivery is perfect for colleges, churches, TV and venues requiring a fresh take and youthful appeal. Watch for comedian George W at your local comedy clubs and on national tours.