For over 20 years I have worked as a professional comedian. I started at open-mic nights in comedy clubs and then got paying gigs in clubs. I opened a comedy club, Johnny B’s Comedy Club, which was located in Provo, Utah.
I then started opening for Marie Osmond, appearing as an actor on network television and films in projects such as Stephen King’s “The Stand,” “Touched By An Angel,” and appearing regularly in Las Vegas, with over 500 performances there. I appeared on A&E’s “An Evening At The Improv.” I have appeared in numerous television commercials for groups such as the Utah Jazz, and have been a voice over talent for CBS, ABC, NBC and Ringling Brothers.
I went on to develop a stage hypnosis show and hypnotized thousands of people, performing hundreds of shows. I performed for large audiences of all ages.
I was tapped to cover the Salt Lake Winter Olympics by NBC affiliate KSL-TV. After the Olympics, I traveled to Cambodia with Operation Smile, and shot and produced a documentary piece on their first medical mission to that country. Later that year, I traveled to Ethiopia and Ghana and produced another piece for The Hope Alliance.
I have continued my “Biscuit Report” video work for corporate events and communications. Clients include HP, Symantec, Microsoft, American Academy of Professional Coders, LANDesk and Watson Pharmaceuticals.
In 2009 I bought an RV, and hit the road for 18 months and toured the American West without a schedule. It was life changing.
I created a comedy podcast, “Dr. Johnny Biscuit Presents,” which you can access via this website.
Recent work includes comedy performances for special events.