Juston Mckinney - Comedian
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of Juston Mcinney. He will travel anywhere in and outside of the USA. Dates are limited, so
please call us soon. We do offer multiple show discounts for clients who wish to book him
for more than one show. Robbie is one act that you must hire. He is easy to work with and
pays great attention to detail. He is able to work with any crowd. .

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BIO:  At age 19 he was hired by the York County Sheriff's
Department as a rural patrol deputy. Although too young to buy
his own bullets, he loved his job which included patrolling 14
towns and 500 square miles. He prided himself on being a good,
honest cop. After a couple of years he began teaching the
DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program, splitting
time between the streets and the classroom.

After telling kids to stay away from drugs and to get on with their
dreams, he decided to follow his own advice. In the mid 90s he
moved to Boston to pursue a career in stand-up comedy. He
stayed on as a part time member of his department driving up to
Maine to work patrol around his comedy gigs.

 In 1997, he had to resign from his department after seven
years of service when his comedy career took him to New York
City. The move seemed to pay off as he became a regular
performer at the Comic Strip, Stand-up New York, Dangerfield's,
Caroline's on Broadway and the Gotham Comedy Club.

He signed with a Los Angeles-based agent and shortly after,
in 1998, signed a six-figure development deal with Warner
Brothers to write and star in his own sitcom
. The show never
made it but the next year he signed an even bigger deal with
CBS Productions. Unfortunately, the arrival of reality TV such as
Survivor and Big Brother meant he had the wrong TV show at
the wrong time, and although it was extremely close, the show
never got on the air. The sudden financial reward of having two
development deals would seem to have set Juston up well.
However, while in New York, he befriended a waiter at
Dangerfield's Comedy Club who was a part-time stock broker.
The waiter/stock broker talked him into putting almost all his
money in the market. Very shortly after, in 2000, the market
crashed, which left him with virtually nothing. Juston likes to
perform on stage because that appears to be the only place he
has good timing. Some free financial advice from Juston, â
€œNever give hundreds of thousands of dollars to a waiter.
You're supposed to give waiters tips, not take tips from waiters.
In 2001, he moved to Los Angeles and became a regular
performer at the Improv. In 2002 he performed both stand-up
and his one-man show, My Brother’s Father at the US
comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado. While there he was
awarded the
“Listerene Clean Mouth Award� which
honored his talent and clean style of comedy.
Later that year he
made his first appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Over the past couple years he has made a return appearance
on The Tonight Show and a guest star appearance on the CBS
hit The King of Queens. He has appeared numerous times on
Comedy Central on shows such as Premium Blend, Reel
Comedy, Comic Remix and Shorties Watchin' Shorties. Juston is
currently living in Los Angeles performing weekly at clubs and
colleges all over the country.
    Juston McKinney
can be seen in the following

The King of Queens -
Paramedic - Name Dropper (2004)

Last Comic Standing -
Himself - Through Semi Finals (2004)

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - Guest -
Show #2734 (2004)

Shorties Watchin' Shorties - Himself - Episode
5 (2004)

Shorties Watchin' Shorties - Himself (2003)

Comic Remix -
Himself - Episode #106 (2002)

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - Guest -
Show #2317 (2002)

Comic Remix - Himself - Episode #103 (2002)

New Joke City with Robert Klien (2000)

100 Centre Street - Tom Clancy - Episode 13

Premium Blend - Himself - Episode 309 (1999
TV & Film Credits