James Gregory (comedian)
He was born in Lithonia, Georgia in 1946, and he worked as a salesperson until he was 36 years old, when he first began introducing performers at The Punch Line comedy club in Atlanta. His first feature act at the Punch Line was February 17, 1982, and he was so successful that critic B.J. Cooley of the Huntsville Times soon dubbed him "America's Funniest Man," a nickname that has followed him through his entire career.
Some of his most notable works include an album and a book titled It Could Be A Law, I Don't Know and a video called Grease, Gravy & John Wayne's Momma.
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