Audiences laugh out loud, as David Kaye shares side-splitting tales of his dysfunctional family affairs, and blue-collar upbringing in Pittsburgh, PA. As the last child born to a Polish steel mill worker and a Ho Jo’s waitress, his wry recollections of life as the “baby brother” are candidly funny. “I grew up believing that my parents were not prejudice people. However, looking back at all the beatings I took as a child, I now realize my parents hated white children.”
David’s tongue-in-cheek observations have continued to set off boisterous laughter and applause in corporate boardrooms, college rathskellers, and smoky nightclubs throughout the country for over fifteen years. A former mechanical engineer and more recently, trained thespian, Kaye smartly lampoons life with countless comical vignettes. Acting as narrator and cast, he morphs into a one man comedy troupe using manic mannerisms, outlandish dialects, and contorted facial expressions to convey vividly funny living snapshots of his many off-the-wall characters.
David Kaye’s many credits include performances with Weird Al Yankovic, Richard Jeni, David Brenner, and Drew Carey. Along with television appearances on ABC, Comedy Central, dozens of commercials and industrial films, and a starring role in the independent film,”Creep”. The perfect headline performer for any occasion, David Kaye always delivers huge laughs with his original wit, a rock solid act, and genuine comedic talent.
Audiences laugh out loud, as David Kaye shares truthful tales of his dysfunctional family life, and blue-collar upbringing in Pittsburgh, PA. As the last child born to a Polish steel mill worker and a Ho Jo's waitress, his wry recollections are candidly funny and disturbingly twisted. "I grew up believing that my parents were not prejudice people. However, judging from all the beatings I took as a child, I realize my parents hated white children." Kaye is a hilariously physical and animated character on stage, who brings to life the personas that he speaks of in his act. Often playing the role of two or three characters, Kaye turns the stage into his own personal playground filled with denizens of his imagination. David Kaye is was featured on Comedy Central and ABC television, and can be seen in dozens of regional and national commercials.