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Christopher Albert

Armed with a sardonic wit that was born from the streets of the Brooklyn slums, Christopher Albert has been defiant in his pursuit of joining the ranks of today’s funniest humorists – perhaps with a little more charm and eccentricity.

Christopher’s brutally honest approach to humor is evident in his litany of fearless material, including Junk and Jam – a suite of comedic content comprised of satirically animated graphics, Comedic-Talk Radio Broadcast The Junk and Jam Hour, and Junk and Jam Live, the Comedic-Talk & Sketch Cablecast TV Series.

Many would be surprised to know that before comedy, Christopher’s roots in entertainment began as a touring singer, where he was gifted the chance to perform on many stages – including the historic Apollo Theater and NJ Pac – with appearances on the Rosie O’ Donnell Show, Billboard Music Awards and features on MTV and PBS.

His collection of humorous writings include The Kettle Black: The Chronicles of Mia and Rocco as published on The Furious Gazelle, as well as the autobiographical short stories and future One-Man Showcase, A Crack Baby’s Bible.

Writer, producer, performer, humorist and host Christopher Albert humbly believes that humor is much more than just a singular tool used to escape the harsh realities of our world – it enriches it.

Christopher Albert

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