Funnyman Ron Pearsonbrings a dynamic brand of family friendly clean comedy to clubs and theaters as well as the small screen, big screen and any size screen in-between.
Ron Pearson has appeared on “The Drew Carey Show,” “The 70s Show,” “Boston Legal,” Chelsea Lately,” and the “George Lopez Show.” Not to mention late night appearances on “The Late Late Show” and the old “Dennis Miller Show!” He used to warm up the crowd for “Lopez Tonight!” late night TBS talk show. He also warms up studio audiences for Disney channel shows including “Good Luck Charlie,” “Ant Farm,” and “Jessie!”
On the silver screen, Ron played a starring role in the Disney Channel’s “Starstruck” film. As a top corporate comedian funny is Pearson’s only business, keeping it clean everywhere from comedy clubs to Christian comedy appearances. Growing up in the other Washington, state that is, Ron might not have cut down any cherry trees but he managed to set world records for juggling in his native Seattle. As a 10-year-old, he was performing street comedy at Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market. He was a precocious 15-year-old at the time. From there it was just a short hop, skip and jump down the coast to L.A., Hollywood and three Telly awards as well as corporate comedian of the year nomination and a national church and theater tour aptly titled “The Apostles of Comedy.” He is based in the L.A. area where he resides with his wife Tanya and two kids, daughter Reagan and son Tex providing lots of great material for the road along with family bliss.
A lot of you know Funnyman Ron Pearson from his game show hosting gigs. When he was 23 years, Ron hooked up with famed television producer and screenwriter Jay Wolpert. The producer hired the very young Ron to host the syndicated “Skedaddle,” that ran as part of Hanna-Barbera and Wolpert’s programming block. The show involved four youngsters in a game like Hot Potato where they won prizes or got covered with “gunge.” Following that Ron hosted another Wolpert production “Shopping Spree” on the Family Channel.
Appearing on the “Kevin Nealon Show” shot at L.A.’s famous Laugh Factory, Ron does his thing and then speaks with Kevin about what it’s like coming home from the road. Living at Ron’s house is like an episode of “Survivor,” he says, yet it’s all good, and funny, at the Pearson household. You know, this is a true story…
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Originally posted 2013-07-30 07:27:47.