Custom Comedy For Your Corporate Event

Book the comedian that works with you to make your event a success.

Don is NOT JUST a comedian. You can hire him to be an emcee, host, fake expert and much more for your event.

Watch Don Explain How To Hire The Right Corporate Comedian

If you want to put on a successful event:

  • You need a corporate comedian who’s genuinely funny and different.
  • The material needs to be personalized for your unique audience.
  • The content must be clean and professional.
  • You need a host who will turn the show into an experience.
  • The comedian must truly entertain and impress the crowd.
  • You need a corporate comedian who will break up the monotony of a technical event.
Don is NOT JUST a comedian. You can hire him to be an emcee, host, fake expert and much more for your event.

How To Make Your Event A Huge Success

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See customized comedy that makes people laugh.

2. Get In Touch

We’ll create your customized comedy plan.

3. Sit Back And Relax

Put on the most memorable event that your people will never stop talking about.

 Custom Corporate Comedy – Your Company the Movie

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Working a Scientific Crowd

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Why Organizations Hire Don

Named the #1 Corporate Comedian by the CBS Business Network

Former engineer turned comedian, Don gets laughs everywhere he goes. Don’s corporate show utilizes his unique background to take a lighthearted look at business-life, technology, and everyday life  – suitable for any audience. Customizing every appearance, Don works closely with each client to prepare a unique comedy show.

Performing over 500 shows for major corporations, including Microsoft, Apple, IBM, Google, ExxonMobil, and Genentech, organizations, nonprofits and event planners trust Don to deliver the ultimate comedy relief at what are often dry workshops, conferences or events.

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In his previous life

Don graduated Lehigh University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Stanford University with a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering. He worked for AT&T Bell Laboratories (as part of the team that designed the world’s first 32-bit Microprocessor) and then as a computer chip designer at VLSI Technology, where he designed more than 20 Standard and ASIC Designs (many of which are still out there today).

Things take a turn

After winning the 16th Annual San Francisco International Stand-Up Comedy Competition in 1991, Don turned in his chips for a microphone. He went on to be $100,000 Grand Champion on Star Search in 1993.

TV appearances and comedy clubs

He’s had numerous television appearances including The Tonight Show, The Larry King Show, MTV’s Half Hour Comedy Hour, and A&E’s Evening at the Improv.

Nowadays, you can catch Don headlining top comedy clubs across the country including the Improv, Comedy and Magic Club, and Ice House.

Making beer famous (and other commercials)

You most likely have seen Don as the star of 15 national commercials for Budweiser Beer. He plays Bud delivery guy who mans the “freshness hotline” and protects the world against “skunky” beer. He can also be seen in commercials for 7–11, Franco-American Ravioli, Little Caesar’s Pizza, ServiStar Hardware, and United Airlines.

The movies

Don has starred in Don: Plain & Tall an independent film that was awarded Best Feature: Comedy at the Back East Film Festival and the Breckenridge Film Festival.

Don has also appeared in these feature-length films and guest-starred in these TV series:

  • Air Bud III-World Pup
  • Life Without Dick
  • Macon County Jail
  • Party Crashers
  • Fanatics
  • Star Trek: Voyager
  • Babylon 5
  • City Guys
  • Step by Step

He has also been profiled in both Entertainment Weekly, TV Guide, and the IEEE Spectrum.

Currently, Don has two YouTube hits, Life After Death by PowerPoint and Live from My Cubicle, viewed by more than 2 million people, and his brand Technically Funny has over 30,000 subscribers.

Ready to book the corporate comedian that works with you to make your event unforgettable?