Let Tim come and add some humor to your corporate event. He has many ways of doing it, from writing an inspirational speech dotted with his humor or doing a character piece of your choice.
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Schedule Tim to perform at your next event or venue! An excellent corporate comedian at your service!
Tim Bateman is an Australian comedian living and working in the United States. He's been seen and heard on the Bob & Tom Show, WGN, TBS, Fox 10 News, Comedytime.tv and has been overseas to Kuwait and Iraq to entertain the troops. His corporate clients are some of the best - including, Intel, EideBailly, Lennar, US Home, Bank of America & D.A.R.E. Tim is the winner of the Happy Givemore Comedy Contest, the Funniest Person in Phoenix and the Funniest Newcomer in LA as well as a twice finalist in the annual Gulf South Comedy Challenge. Let Tim come and add some humor to your corporate event. He has many ways of doing it, to writing an inspirational speech dotted with his humor or doing a character piece of your choice. Tim can also write an hilarious piece specifically for your event or company. Want to poke fun at someone or a few? Consider it done. He can prank call some of your employees and play their answers back at the meeting you have planned. This always brings laughs.
Tim is absolutely fantastic and very, funny. We would gladly hire him again and would recommend him to anyone who was looking for a performer to entertain any type of audience!
Heidi M - Corporate Event, Chandler AZ - 12/18/2015.
He made the house party a terrific and hilarious evening. He is great in the club but he is even better in private parties.
Jeffrey Wilson, Professor” - 12/23/2015
People were completely engaged and it was everything we hoped for. Tim was easy to contact and work with. We will definitely use Tim again.
Ercell S - Corporate Event Phoenix - 5/8/2015.
Laughing Matters with Tim Bateman
Billy and I discuss getting laid, his youth in The Bronx, The Vietnam War, Normandy Invasion, going back to College at 58, The Civil War, how much Woodstock sucked, Jimmy Hoffa, The Teamsters, New Orleans, The Bar Business, NYFD, 911 and his award winning books + more as usual….
Steve and I discuss his successful climb of the Rocky Steps in Phili on his back, his disability and how he is using it to inspire people, using humor to make friends, fighting depression, his days with the AZ Cardinals, breaking away from a religious family, his start in comedy, Russell Peters, Pablo Francisco and more….
Sterling and I discuss grueling road trips, the Seattle and San Francisco Comedy Contests, getting funny, Kevin Hart, Louis CK, Yakov Smirnoff, the life of the Canadian road comic which includes some crazy road stories, getting a US work permit, internet joke theft, the Yukon Territory and more.
Tom and I discuss the different aspects of the business, including being a fan, comedian, producer and promoter. As he is all of them. Topics include The Comedy Store, the LA Comedy Scene, transitioning from Musician to Comedian, being a natural smart ass, we compare writing comedy to music, the pressures of a comedy show producer and more.
This week I interview Mo Amer. An Arab American Muslim Comedian. We talk about gentrification, his childhood in Kuwait, living through and escaping Gulf War 1, his imprisoned father, Arab culture, The Quran, Dave Chapelle, World Tours, comedy in Kazakhstan, hate mail, being banned on Egyptian TV and much more.
In this interview with Jose he talks about how he was told to “Dirty up his act” – People don’t trust you, his childhood love of comedy, his comedy influences, his 18 month preparation to become a comic, his comedy apprenticeship, the parallels between the military and his comedy. He also mentions Bill Burr, Patrice O’Neil and a lot more.
Gary Bynum a 30 year veteran of comedy club ownership tells great stories about Marc Maron, Pablo Francisco, David Spade, Tim Allen, Sienfeld, Robin Williams, Dennis Miller, Phylis Diller and Dana Carvey as well as discussing the ups and downs of Comedy Club ownership, the 80’s comedy boom as well as some great advice to comedians.