Brett Eidman

Brett Eidman

Brett Eidman is an award-winning comedic actor who hails from New York City. He launched his career at the age of 16 as a disc jockey which led to his stand-up comedy in the New York Metro area. Over the years, Brett has fine tuned his passion for entertaining audiences into a true art form. Hailed by Lisa Lampanelli as a "comedy madman" he has continued to broaden his exposure through a variety of mediums from stand up to television.

A graduate of The Second City in Chicago, and the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York, Brett has been seen and heard on multiple television and radio shows ranging from Saturday Night Live, Law & Order, Imus in the Morning, and Brett is best known for his song parody, of "Shaft, Barack Theme," which aired on thousands of US radio stations as well as CNN. Comedy bits from his CD, "What's so F#@k'n Funny," which was released on the Uproar Entertainment label, are frequently aired on Sirius XM radio.

Although his evolving career has evolved into a comedic actor and writer, Brett still remains true to his stand-up performances as well. The Clifton Journal states, "Brett Eidman was the best performer of the evening." He is a natural on stage, engaging his audience with his humor and often referred to as an "edgier Billy Crystal." Similar to Billy Crystal, Brett also had a one-man show in New York, titled "One Angry Man" with a sold-out run. Mr. Eidman states, "Billy Crystal has inspired my career by incorporating sketch comedy, stand up, acting and hosting."

WIth numerous appearances on SNL and other major networks, Brett has incorporated a variety of commercials into his portfolio and currently seeking to expand into sitcoms. The recent release of his "Party All the Time, Let's Celebrate!" anthem has received significant recognition as a sought after anthem for sports venues across the country. Mr. Eidman currently resides in New York with his wife and two children and enjoys boating and attending hockey games with his family and friends.