35 years making people laugh!!!
After a senior show, a man told me I was too young to perform for seniors. I told him he was wrong. I went on stage recently with mustard on my tie, one blue sock, one black sock and my pants unzipped. I'm qualified! He did not argue.
I sat in a bath tub full of green dye for seven hours and bleached my hair orange to be authentic. I made the cover of Night Magazine in New York. I was also green for three months. What fun that was!!!
Casually attended LSU, Furman and North Texas for sports management and music. Jeff began his comedy career in open mic nights in comedy clubs in Dallas and Atlanta. After a painful beginning, Love opened for the Beach Boys, the Guess Who, Drew Carey, Bobby Collins, Tommy Davidson, Joe Rogan, Pearl Jam, Sherman Hemsley, and even Jimmie Walker in concerts and comedy clubs.
Now, twenty five years later, Love is a nationally touring headliner who performs for corporate clients, theaters, state fairs, churches and has acted as Master Of Cermonies for the Festaival of Lights Parade and twice for "Taste Of Dallas" a festival attended by five hundred thousand people over four days, in July, in Texas. What? And get out of show business?
Jeff also performs a show for seniors while on tour. He began doing senior shows in 1991 and has continued his entire career. Love has performed over five hundred senior shows including for the National Council on Aging.
Growing up with nomadic, absentee parents, Jeff is a devout christian and a dedicated father and husband. Jeff lives in Plano, with a fifteen year old son, twelve year old twins and a wife going through menopause. Jeff is also a youth basketball coach for seven teams and performs charity shows and fundraisers for churches and events nationwide.
"My only regret is that I never got to MC the pig kissing contest in Toadsuck, Arkansas"...jeff love
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I wanted to be a comedian because I have a message for each audience I work for. I deliver that message in a funny and inspiring way...jeff love
One of the places I grew up was my grandmother's house, just across the tracks from Bigbee Mississippi. We also lived in Becker Mississippi in a shack next to a pig pen. Whew! The post office was located in a mobile home. It still is!
My mother was born right down the road from there on the Dollar Farm between Wren and Coontail Mississippi.We had outdoor plumbing and corn cobs.
My daddy was a Cajun pro ball player from southern Louisiana. My uncle was a Cajun swamp guide. My father didn't say much but when he did it was something funny. Cajuns are very rarely serious.