From Ron McGehee

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Ron McGehee is the world's funniest "Half Korean, Half Irish" comedian, yep a dime a dozen. Born in Flint, Michigan and later raised in Orange, CA after his family succumbed to the "Great Liquor Store Rush" of the early 80's. He's headlined at such venues as the World Famous Improvs and The Comedy Store, has appeared on Funny Farm TV and was a premier performer honored on KNBC Channel 4 News in Los Angeles for Asian-American History Month. McGehee was a finalist in the NBC Laugh Factory Latino/Asian-American Comedy Showcase and in the 2002 Orange County's Funniest Person Contest where he went on to win in 2003. McGehee has also appeared on NBC's Last Comic Standing 2 as a finalist. He recently filmed a commercial for the international transportation company DHL that is airing nationally. McGehee has made guest television appearances including, The Joni Lamb Show on DayStar, JCTV, NBC, ABC Family, Si TV, Comedy Central, TBN and TLN promoting his innovative Clean Comedy. He's done warm up comedy for Comedy Central and Carlos Oscar's Comedy Central special that is released on Time Warner Video and in stores nationally. McGehee has confirmed an unnamed comedy pilot with CBS producers to write as well as appear on the show. He has also written for The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The Carson Daily Show, Jimmy Kimmel, Spec scripts for Scrubs and My Name Is Earl. He wrote an original feature treatment, comedy, Valhallapalooza, feature first draft comedy Whitewashed, original feature treatment drama ThePathFinder, and original animated series treatment The Adventures of Cap'N'Cuinno and Express-O-Lad. McGehee and wife comedienne Kerri Pomarolli appeared on the Oxygen Network's hit reality show, Tori and Dean: Inn Love. He is also busy as a contributing writer in many magazines including Brio for teens from Focus on the Family, Battle, Marriage Partnership and Transform Your Life magazines. You can read his national syndicated columns "Headline Humor" in The Chronicle Christian Newspapers and "The Lighter Side of Marriage" in Cornerstone Connection magazine.