Brian Moote
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Brian’s Career Highlights:
2007- Maxim/Bud Light Real Men of Comedy Tour
- Rocky Mountain Laugh-Off Finalist at Wiseguys Comedy Club
- Live Performance on the Salt Lake City Channel 2 Morning News Show
- Giggles Comedy Club Laff-Off Finalist
- Comedy Central’s “Open Mic Fight”
2008- Rooftop Comedy’s “Search for the Funniest College Student” finalist
- Detroit Comedy Festival “New Faces Selection” selection
- DC Comedy Festival “Fresh Voices Showcase” selection
- Freshman orientation comedian for Boston University
2009- “Comic in Residence” for February at the Comedy Studio in Harvard Square, MA.
- Selected to participate in the 1st Annual New York Comedy Contest

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In 2004 Brian Moote's mother said to him in her usual Irish sarcasm, "If you think you are so funny, why don't you become a comedian mister." Shortly thereafter, mostly out of spite, Brian first stepped on stage and thoroughly entertained 3 people at an 11pm open-mic show. To his surprise, his stubbornness had just opened the door to his dream job and he worked as a professional comedian through his college studies. Since that night, he has worked at comedy clubs and colleges across the country, and now has degrees in psychology, human resources, and and most recently in social work. The degrees do not make him more qualified to be a comedian necessarily, but they sure give him a lot to talk about on stage. He has an energetic and conversational style, and his goal when he performs is to facilitate good time for everyone in the room, or seriously injure himself trying. The latter of which has yet to happen, and a bit dramatic. He was a part of Comedy Central's Open Mic Fight and the Maxim Real Men of Comedy Tour featuring Joe Rogan. He is "just a barrel of fun" says his mother, who to this day takes credit for launching him into the world of show business.