Keith Stubbs

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Keith Stubbs (born January 12, 1960) is an American stand up comedian, actor, radio personality and businessman.[1][2] Currently lives in Ogden, Utah.

Early Life & Education[edit]

Born in Bennettsville, South Carolina. Raised in North Charleston, South Carolina.
Attended Brigham Young University in 1978.
Served as a Mormon missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Guayaquil, Ecuador from 1979 to 1981


In 1990, Keith Stubbs studied comedy improv at the Groundlings Theatre & School in Hollywood, California. Started performing stand up comedy in 1991.[3]
Keith has opened for Frank Caliendo, Lewis Black, Joel McHale, and many more.
On January 13–14, 2012, Keith opened for Jim Gaffigan at Kingsbury Hall.[4]
On March 9, 2013, Keith opened for Joan Rivers at Kingsbury Hall.[5]


Former on-air morning show personality on The Stubbs Show on KEGA, 101.5 The Eagle in Salt Lake City, Utah starting in 2004.[2]
Keith's first partners on the Eagle were Paul Koffy and Peggy Ijams.


Host of the StubbsCast.

Featured on Ritche T. Steadman's "The Cultural Hall Podcast" on December 16, 2011.
Featured on Bill Allred's "The Let's Go Eat Podcast" on April 23, 2012.


Keith has performed twice on A&E’s An Evening at the Improv program.


Keith Stubbs is the owner of the all Utah 3 Wiseguys Comedy Clubs, located in West Valley City, Salt Lake City, and Ogden.[6]
The West Valley City location has been open since 2001.


  1. ^ "Stand-up has to perform class act". The Salt Lake Tribune. April 15, 2007. Retrieved 27 January 2012. 
  2. ^ a b David Burger (August 1, 2009). "The king of Utah comedy: Keith Stubbs hones talent while running four clubs and hosting radio show". The Salt Lake Tribune. Retrieved 27 January 2012. 
  3. ^ "FIVE QUESTIONS: Keith Stubbs". The Salt Lake Tribune. November 10, 2002. Retrieved 27 January 2012. 
  4. ^ David, Burger. "writer". Article. Salt Lake Tribune. 
  5. ^ David, Burger. "writer". Article. Salt Lake Tribune. 
  6. ^ David, Burger. "writer". Article. Salt Lake Tribune. 

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