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A little about Chris
Chris Clem is a 6’ 5”, 280 lb., man-child with blue eyes. He has kissed Meredith Vieira, won $100,000 on Who Wants to be a Millionaire?, and lost $100,000 by getting married (and going to multiple WrestleManias). He has appeared on Fox 8 Cleveland, TWC’s NEON channel, Kent State’s TV2, and was a contributing performer for Up Late with Steve Guy (UpLate-tv.com). His writing has been featured in Cleveland Scene Magazine, contributing to their first ever comedy issue in November 2013. He also hosts Chris Clem's Cavs Cast (chrisclem.net) and formerly co-hosted the Pretty Swell Guys podcast with Kirk Robinson (PrettySwellGuys.com) and Mohammed’s Radio with Jeremy Sheer (WCSB 89.3 Cleveland), on top of many appearances on radio throughout northeast Ohio (87.7 WLFM Cleveland, 100.1 WNIR Akron, 98.1 WKDD Akron). Not just a comedian, Chris has also acted in many short films, been in commercials, done voice over work for TV, and ring announced pro wrestling cards. He was also a staff writer for a weekly live talk show at the Second City’s DeMaat Theater in Chicago in spring 2014.
Clem studied at Second City Detroit’s training center, the iO in Chicago, and formerly performed with his excellent improv comedy troupe Thunderlips and the Submissives at Big Dog Theater in Cleveland Heights, in addition to performing stand-up all over the midwest. He can riff on any subject, and is known for his hilarious stories, impressions, and obsessions with comic books, professional wrestling, pro sports and movies. Chris is also ruggedly handsome and an excellent speller with a stupendous vocabulary.
Now based in Chicago, IL, Chris is looking to take his career to the next level, if he can only overcome his sudden onset of agoraphobia in what might be the most inspirational story since Rocky V. You can book him or find out more information about a multitude of subjects by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org..