Quevaughn Bryant has spent over 20 years performing for audiences of all types throughout the united states as well as abroad including the United Kingdom, Australia and Paris, France. he is a master of comedic entertainment for all functions and can customize a show for any group. his show is adult clean and is a proven success! he has numerous national television appearances which include “NBC’s last comic standing”, comedy central, “politically incorrect with Bill Maher” and “MYV’s real world”.
Bryant is a stand-up comedian and he loves what he does. Quevaughn Bryant pronounced (q-von) may be a strange name to look at in print, but his comedy is certainly no stranger to the American comedy scene. His unique style and brand of society based humor has long been a favorite of audiences across the country, consistently proving to be a refreshing change from the comedy norm. His comedy show combines poignant social commentary, complete silliness and stand-up comedy that creates an atmosphere of uproarious laughter that will leave you laughing as well as thinking…long after the show is over.
If comedy were music, Quevaughn says his show would be a mix of jazz, country, r&b, rock and opera, melded together with a symphony of comedic strings that creates a tune that we can all relate to, and in the end that’s what it’s all about, using comedy to bring us all together to laugh at the different things about us that makes our society whole, so that we can continue on enjoying life a little bit more.
Quevaughn’s unique brand of society based humor has long been a favorite of audiences across the country. Using issues from the current headlines, this performer encourages the audience to reexamine the status quo and occasionally our own values in a way that will leave you laughing as well as thinking…long after the show is over. Quevaughn Bryant likes to talk. In his one-man show, “Mediajuana,” he spends an hour and 15 minutes offering his opinions on many of the hot-button topics in the news recently. He says that smokers suing tobacco companies are wrong. He says that the U.S. justice system is badly flawed because O.J. Simpson didn’t get thrown in jail. He asks: What did Princess Diana really do for society, besides look good all the time? He dumps on both the political left and the right–President Clinton is not spared but neither is Steve Forbes.
Bryant says that the show, part comedy, part social commentary, is “not about changing opinions.” Instead, he says, “it’s about starting a dialogue.” After 10 years in the stand-up comedy business, Bryant began gathering outtakes from his performances, the things that either weren’t funny or were unworkable in a straight comedy show. Catch Quevaughn Bryant lighting up audiences from sea to shining sea in a comedy club, casino or college campus near you!