Lucas Bohn
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Lucas Bohn

Jamaica, New York, United States

Jamaica, New York, United States
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"Comics on Duty at Whiteman"

2/10/2009 - WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. - Comedian Lucas Bohn entertains a crowd of more than 200 members of Team Whiteman Feb. 6 at the Mission’s End. One of the youngest performers, 26-year-old Bohn provided a laugh filled performance as part of the Comics on Duty World Tour. Comics on Duty began in 1992 and has provided more than 3,500 performances worldwide including Iraq and Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jason Barebo) - Whiteman Airforce Base

"Headliner's teacher tales will tickle your funny Bohn"

Readling, PA.

Comedian Lucas Bohn
Lucas Bohn's act is different from most comedians, because his life is different from most comedians.

The comic, who will headline the grand reopening of the Reading Comedy Outlet in its new location at the Alley Oops Showroom, 801 Hiesters Lane in Reading, is a fifth-grade teacher by day and a comedian on nights, weekends and summers.

And the day job is also fodder for his act.

"Kids are funny," he said. "And in comedy you just talk about your life. It's all about relatability. So people have to understand where you're coming from. And you talk about your life."

Bohn said that's why a lot of comedians talk about hotels and airplanes - because they spend so much time in them.

"I think I hit on subjects that anybody can relate to," he said. "I'm not going to talk about adopting a three-legged dog, because I don't have one."

It's been that way since he was 11 years old and used comedy to keep bullies at bay.

"Being funny was important for me," said Bohn, who was raised by two teachers in Virginia. "I was always a very small kid and I was an easy target, so if a kid came over to pick on me, I'd demolish him with my jokes."

Bohn had a particular talent for "snaps," which are insult jokes, such as "Yo Momma" jokes.

"I'd say things like, 'Your mama's so fat her blood type is Ragu,' and nine out of 10 times the kid would be laughing," Bohn said. "I had about 80 or 90 of them that I could just fire off. And that kept me from getting picked on."

When he was 11, he had three of his snaps published in a book of jokes, but it was at least another decade before he got on stage.

Like many comedians, Bohn got on stage at the urging of a friend.

The friend simply asked him what he'd want to do if he knew he was going to die the next day.

"I said stand-up comedy," Bohn said. "And then I realized I really didn't have an excuse not to do it."

That first time on stage solidified the new career direction for him, too.

"That first laugh was like a hook being set in a fish," Bohn said. "When I heard it, it was like everything made sense."

Bohn's still not ready to give up the day job, but he's getting closer. And he's thrilled that his day job gives him plenty of time to perform on weekends and during the summer.

He and his wife, Kristina, a first-grade teacher, get to travel all over the United States to gigs from Atlantic City to Vegas.

"It's really a great way to see the country," he said.
- Reading Eagle

"SAB Comedy Presents: Comedian Lucas Bohn"

This Wednesday, come join your friends in IC Square to see Lucas Bohn -- a comedian who has opened for both Dave Chappelle and Jimmy Fallon!

Lucas Bohn performs at clubs, theaters, and colleges throughout the United States. He has performed with well-known comedians like Dave Chappelle, Jimmy Fallon, and Pablo Fransisco. Aside from performing at clubs, Lucas is quickly becoming one of the most requested acts at colleges around the nation. His high energy show, coupled with his hilarious impersonations, leaves audiences in stitches.

TIME: 8pm
WHERE: IC SQUARE - Ithaca College

"Comedy Stop to feature comedian Lucas Bohn Aug. 24"

Penn State Harrisburg will host comedian Lucas Bohn for the college’s first Comedy Stop of the academic year, August 24 at 9:00 p.m. in the Village Community Center.

Having performed with well-known comedians including Dave Chappelle and Jimmy Fallon, Bohn’s career in comedy began while attending Coastal Carolina University, S.C. A finalist in the 2008 Detroit Comedy Festival, he performs at clubs, theaters, and colleges throughout the United States. - Penn State Harrisburg

"Lucas Bohn uses Elmo's voice in sinister ways."

Comedian Lucas Bohn, who will be performing at Nutt Street Comedy Club this weekend, used to be a school teacher in Northern Virginia. He was even nominated for the Walmart Teacher of the Year award in 2005. For the past five years, Bohn has performed at East Coast comedy clubs, showcasing material that ranges from “Sesame Street” impressions to stories of his days as an alligator feeder at a reptile park in S.C. - Star News Online

"Comedian Lucas Bohn to Stir Up Laughter at the Valley"

Comedic talent Lucas Bohn will perform his original stand-up routine at Lebanon Valley College's Leedy Theater in Mund College Center on Nov. 11 at 9 p.m. Admittance to the show is free and open to the public.

According to his website, Bohn's presentation is energetic and explores growing up, relations, and modern life. He draws on his experiences as "the little kid" in school, an alligator feeder, and a fifth grade teacher in a diverse classroom near Washington D.C.

Bohn has received significant recognition from many top-notch comedians and has worked with the biggest stars in the business, including Jimmy Fallon, Dave Chappelle, Ralphie May, Pablo Francisco, and Kevin Hart. He has performed at venues all across the country, and was a finalist in the 2008 Detroit comedy festival.

The Friday Night Comedy Series concludes Nov. 18 with the End of the Year BASH! featuring comedian and "Cash Cab" star Ben Bailey. - Labanon Valley College

"Student Life - Comedian Lucas Bohn - Staten Island Campus"

Join us as comedian Lucas Bohn takes to the stage in the Campus Center Cafeteria!

Date: Thursday, October 6th
Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm
Location: Campus Center Cafeteria, Staten Island Campus

More Information
Theresa Gallo - St. John's University

"Jimmy Fallon, Bret Ernst and Lucas Bohn"


Comedy in Nashville (Bret Ernst ,Jimmy Fallon, and Lucas Bohn!)

This uber cool chic I work with told me this past Thursday that a friend of hers was going to check out Jimmy Fallon at Zanies. I immediately knew I was blessed to be hearing this info because the ticket was for Bret Ernst and Jimmy was billed as the 'Special Guest.' I found a tidbit online confirming Jimmy as the "very special mystery guest."

The very funny Lucas Bohn, opened the show with a 20 min set and set the mood right. He then handed it off with 'this next performer needs no introduction, Saturday Night Live's Jimmy Fallon.' Jimmy came on with his guitar and immediately started with his tune 'Car Wash for Peace.' We had perfect seats in the center of the balcony upstairs and as soon as Fallon said he didn't mind if we took pictures I decided that meant videos too. The headliner, Bret Ernst, (from Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show and Weeds on Showtime) followed Jimmy and kept the level of comedy at about as good as it gets. I was in tears a couple times. He immediately created good rapport with us and maybe because we could relate to him, definitely at the table I was sitting at, assuming he's around 30. He made fun of some of his friend's MySpace pages, being a teacher, working in the restuarant industry, early 90s R&B (Jodeci, haha!) and going to the roller skating rink back in the day! Awwww, we had a blast and laughed so much it hurt. I have some videos from the show below, ENJOY and check out the rest on my YouTube channel, - Nashville Today


Lucas Bohn's Hazerdous Material (cd)
Lucas Bohn Live (dvd)

For Bookings, and Current Calendar Updates please contact agent:
Rob Jockel
CANTON, CT. 06019
860-693-9116 office
860-693-6866 fax



LUCAS BOHN is energetic with an edge. The perfect blend of schoolboy charm and bad-boy charisma, his comedy is both smart and audacious.

Known as the little guy who generates big laughs, Lucas has shared the stage with Dave Chapelle, Jimmy Fallon, and Pablo Francisco. He placed runner-up in the Magners Comedy Festival and was awarded Best of the Fest at the Detroit Comedy Festival. In addition to performing on stage, Lucas does voice-overs and has been featured on PBS, CBS, and Coastal Today.

A bad boy with a good heart, Lucas has performed for charities and fundraisers such as Childhelp, Habitat for Humanity, and the George Washington Medical Center. Lucas also dedicates time to supporting our troops by working with The Comics on Duty World Tour.

LucasÂ’ high-energy shows and hilarious impersonations make him an instant hit. With a supersize stage presence and the swagger of guys twice his size, Lucas is a comedic force to be reckoned with.