Comedy Jam

University of Findlay presents

Comedy Jam

University of Findlay presents

Comedy Jam

Event Details

University of Findlay’s 23rd Annual Comed​​y Jam​!

For the past 22 years, nationally & internationally known comedians have been entertaining the UF & Findlay/Hancock County community. ​​Comedy Jam has become a tradition you want to experience! If you miss it, you won't be laughing!​​​​​​


Additional Ticket Information

Tickets: $25

UF Faculty, Staff, Students: 1st ticket FREE

ALL Tickets the date of the show: $40

Warren B. Hall

About Me

I’m a full-time stand-up comedian with the goal of becoming the first black Wayne Gretzky lookalike. The road ahead is hard considering I don’t know how to skate, but hopefully, some incredible memories will be made along the way!! (yes I’m kidding.) 

I started doing comedy in 1996 and finally got funny about a month ago. Proof that dreams eventually do come true.

Jen Kober

Jen Kober is originally from Lake Charles, LA, and has energetically bounded onto the national stage bringing crowds to their feet with her original blend of stand-up, storytelling, and improvised rock-n-roll comedy.  Her hard-hitting hour is phenomenally funny as Kober commands the stage and dares you not to laugh. Jen was the 2017 Winner of NPR's Snap Judgement Comedic Performance of the Year for her Girl Scout Cookie Caper story which went viral upon its release earlier that year. Kober received the 2018 Comedic Performance of the Year for her story titled Nana Vs. OJ. 

Jen appeared on Netflix in 2019 as she joined the cast of two of its original shows. Including RuPaul's sitcom AJ & The Queen and Dead to Me.  Jen had audiences rolling in the aisles on The Righteous Gemstones on HBO, played a no-nonsense detective in The Purge on USA Network, and was a wacky science teacher in Diary Of A Future President on Disney+.

In 2021 Jen's momentum continues with a recurring role on American Horror Story, a guest star on Showtime's Black Monday with Regina Hall and Don Cheadle, and a Season 2 regular on Apple TV's new queer sitcom, The Browns. Jen is also featured in Audible's Pride Special, Owning It. 

2022 started off with a bang as Jen booked a hilarious guest starring role on the CBS sitcom How We Roll starring Pete Holmes and Katie Lowes, and a quick appearance with Jean Smart on the acclaimed HBO series Hacks.

2023 promises to be Jen's biggest year yet! Tune in and see Jen as Sheriff Linda Lawless on Disney Channel's hit series Bunk'd. Or catch her in a galaxy far far away as she joins the Star Wars universe on the epic series, The Mandalorian on Disney+. Jen also has roles in tv shows and movies set to film this spring, so stay tuned to see where Jen will show up next!

See Jen Now ... 

  • as Lab Tech on The Mandalorian  on Disney+
  • as Sheriff Linda Lawless on Disney Channel's Bunk'd
  • as Inspector Gidget on CBS's new sitcom How We Roll 
  • as Lauryn, the loud Lesbian in Hacks
  • as The Manager of The Muse on Season 10 of American Horror Story
  • as Lydia, Regina Hall's cell mate on Black Monday  on Showtime
  • as Ms Gregory, a saucy science teacher on Diary of a Future President on Disney+
  • as Officer Lafayette on RuPaul's AJ & The Queen on Netflix
  • as Detective Isabel Shaw on The Purge on USA Network
  • as Denim on The Righteous Gemstones on HBO
  • as Rabbi Kaufman on the season finale of the Netflix Original Series Dead to Me
  • spinning stories on NPR's Snap Judgement Live Tour
  • as food court maven Brenda on The Middle
  • as Joan on BET's Real Husbands of Hollywood  starring Kevin Hart
  • as Judge Selma on Franklin & Bash
  • as Nurse Dena on The Mindy Project 
  • as Little Ed on Anger Management  with Charlie Sheen
  • knocking out Larry David on Curb Your Enthusiasm

Jody Fuller

Jody Fuller is a comic, speaker, writer, and soldier with three tours of duty in Iraq.  He is also a lifetime stutterer.

Recently, Alabama Magazine selected Jody as one of Alabama’s top 40 men and women over the age of 40 whose lives and careers are characterized by great levels of giving and achievement. He was also named as “one of the 15 Southern stand-up comedians that will make you laugh ’til you cry” by “It’s a Southern Thing,” and GI Jobs Magazine listed him as “One of 15 Veterans taking the comedy world by storm.”

Growing up in Opelika, AL Jody had to overcome two things: poverty and stuttering. Enlisting in the Army after high school helped him overcome the poverty but the stuttering continues to pose unique challenges. After a four year stint as an Army medic, he returned home to attend college at Auburn University at Montgomery where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.

After 9/11, Jody returned to the Army by way of Officer Candidate School at Ft. Benning, GA. Following completion of his Officer Basic Course, he was assigned to 2nd Infantry Division at Ft. Lewis, WA. In November 2003, he deployed to Iraq for a year with the 296th Brigade Support Battalion of the Army’s First Stryker Brigade, where he served as the platoon leader of the third largest platoon in the United States Army.

In 2006, Jody left active duty Army to join the Alabama National Guard and deployed to Iraq two additional times. In 2014, he transferred to the Army Reserves where he was promoted to the rank of Major.

Jody performs all over the U.S. for a wide range of groups, including non-profits, businesses, and disability groups. He also performs for troops at home and abroad. To date, he has performed for U.S. military personnel in 15 countries and counting.

As a writer, he has been published ten times in the popular Chicken Soup for the Soul series.

Jody is a member of two NSAs: the National Stuttering Association and the National Speakers Association.

Jody travels the globe but still calls Opelika home.