Keynote Speaker: John Pinette


For some reason, people enjoy seeing me lose my cherub like demeanor”.

Keynote Speaker: John Pinette

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  • Making people laugh that John enjoys most of all
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When asked to describe his stand-up, John Pinette said, “I talk about my life, it is the funniest thing I can think of. For some reason, people enjoy seeing me lose my cherub like demeanor”.
John Pinette has been entertaining audiences around the world in a variety of ways, but it is making people laugh that John enjoys most of all. He was named Stand-Up Comedian of the Year by the American Comedy Awards and has received a Gemini Award nomination for his superb televised performance at The Montreal Comedy Festival.

John has always had a gift for making people laugh. When he learned that he could actually make a living for doing so, John left behind his life as an accountant and began his comedy career. It wasn’t long before he was touring comedy clubs around the country. Shortly thereafter, John got his big break when he was asked to tour with Frank Sinatra. Since then he has become a regular guest on The Tonight Show and The View.

John has also enjoyed a long acting career in both television and film. Duets, starring Gwenyth Paltrow, Dear God, starring Greg Kinnear, and Junior, starring Arnold Schwarzeneger are just a few of John’s film credits. He was a series regular on the hit series Parker Lewis Can’t Lose, and starred as the car-jack victim in the final episode of Seinfeld. John will be seen in the lovable ‘Mr. Bumpo’ in the The Punisher.

John’s first comedy CD, Show Me The Buffet, was an enormous success. A follow-up CD/DVD, I Say ‘Nay Nay’.

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