Petey Boy Jones
Petey Boy Jones rocks chrome microphones
Petey Boy Jones is beyond an alter-ego. He always starts the party with unmatched energy, excitement and complete crowd control. Rocking plaid pants and draped in fat gold rope chains, Jones requires a thread and needle for all the stages he rips. You can see him twice weekly at Beacher’s Madhouse inside the historic Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood.
Pete has been performing and producing standup comedy for 15 years. He performs in clubs around the country and regularly opens for Nick Swardson and Steve Byrne. Pete’s known for his high-energy smart comedy, challenging his audience to think as they laugh.
Pete started his acting career on off-Broadway stages while he trained at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in New York City. After years of performing in plays and sketch shows, Pete moved out west to work in television. Pete is a member of SAG/Aftra and can be seen on CBS’s Scorpion this fall.
Whether its a big budget multifaceted stage show or a well deserved classy corporate awards banquet, Pete is the ideal host. Known for working with all types of crowds, Pete quickly finds the common denominator to unite the audience and ensure an entertaining experience. From Hakkasan to your local Hilton, Pete is hired to put events over the top.
Pete is known for his voice. He is an active voice actor who works in commercial, promo, live announce and animation. Having a full range with an edge, Pete constantly improves upon his craft with voice groups and workshops continually sharpening his favorite tool.
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Bret and Jonesy knock the dust off the pod mics and come back with a very slow and awkward return. The guys talk about West Hollywood Jesus and some other community notables that make LA what it is. Then they stumble into a list about shows that should return to TV.
The boys welcome NYC comedian Harris Stanton to the World Famous Comedy Store to chop it up about joke writing, wack comics, walking away from a bad car accident, and baseball. The guys discuss their favorite personalities in baseball and what a makes a great personality on and off the field. Check out Harris’s new […]
Bret and Pete talk about Luke Skywalker being a sensitive hipster and about donkey face Jones as the holidays are upon us. Fan favorite Luca Palanca phones in to discuss the favorite fish of the Vigil aka the Feast of Seven Fishes! The guys guinea out a bit as they discuss great holiday memories! Don’t […]
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