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About John Heffron

John Heffron burst onto the comedic scene during the prime of his college heyday. Although he graduated in his home state of Michigan, Heffron's priorities became clear when he began to skip class to perform live stand-up.

His first gig was on University of Michigan's campus at the Main Street Comedy Showcase. Since then, his comedy has evolved in a unique and creative fashion as he has grown from a fun-loving college student to a bewildered husband.

John's attraction to excitement and his personal vow never to perform physical labor have both inspired and motivated his successful career. The endless list of credits that comprise his impressive resume highlight his many significant accomplishments. He not only won the second season of NBC's "Last Comic Standing," but was also a finalist in the subsequent season.

Heffron's amusing and extensive material has earned him two separate half-hour specials on the hit stand-up show "Comedy Central Presents," and he has become a regular on... Read More »

John Heffron burst onto the comedic scene during the prime of his college heyday. Although he graduated in his home state of Michigan, Heffron's priorities became clear when he began to skip class to perform live stand-up.

His first gig was on University of Michigan's campus at the Main Street Comedy Showcase. Since then, his comedy has evolved in a unique and creative fashion as he has grown from a fun-loving college student to a bewildered husband.

John's attraction to excitement and his personal vow never to perform physical labor have both inspired and motivated his successful career. The endless list of credits that comprise his impressive resume highlight his many significant accomplishments. He not only won the second season of NBC's "Last Comic Standing," but was also a finalist in the subsequent season.

Heffron's amusing and extensive material has earned him two separate half-hour specials on the hit stand-up show "Comedy Central Presents," and he has become a regular on numerous VH1 satire series including "I love the 80s: 3D," "I Love the 70s: Volume 2," and "My Coolest Years: My First Time." In addition to being featured on Thom Filicia's "Dress My Nest," Heffron has performed on CMT's "Coming to the Stage," NBC's "Late Friday," and Comedy Central's "Premium Blend." He has made numerous appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "Chelsea Lately' and E!'s "101 Craziest TV Moments." Heffron also shared the screen with Courtney Cox-Arquette on FX's "Dirt"

John is no stranger to live audiences, and he has taken the stage at several prestigious comedy festivals including the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal and the HBO Comedy Festival in Aspen. He even had the recent honor of being a celebrity roaster for KISS' Gene Simmons on an episode of A&E's "Gene Simmons: Family Jewels"

John's first live stand-up CD, "Kid with a Cape," debuted over ten years ago. As a result of his constant touring, his routine has developed and grown and two more successful recordings, "Good Kid, Bad Adult" and "The Better Half," have been released. John also co-hosted "The Tony Rock Project" on My Networks, which appeared in 2008. Any stand-up patron can relate to this comedian's diverse material that ranges from bar hopping adventures in his twenties to married life in his thirties.

John Heffron's youthful personality and cynical wisdom result in a witty combination that nobody can resist, and he has managed to accomplish what most stand-up comedians can only dream of.