Bouncing back and forth between playful sarcasm and crazed rants, Jamey proves that you can be both a positive realist and annoyed curmudgeon simultaneously. Wry, sarcastic, and edgy, Jamey will make you laugh at yourself and others without guilt.
Originally from Long Island, NY, Jamey's search for sanity in a crazy world led him to the stages of comedy clubs where his off-center, ironic approach to comedy and slightly demented look at life caught on with audiences. Encouraged by the positive response, he began to take his show to clubs nationally. With regular bookings in every corner of the country and appearances at both the San Francisco Comedy Competition and on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom radio show, Jamey has made people laugh from California to New York and from Minnesota to Texas!
Jamey has added to his love of live performance by returning to the acting stage. He has most recently been seen as the bulldozing “Inspector Hound” in Tom Stoppard's The Real Inspector Hound and as “Speed” in The Odd Couple. Jamey shows up in various theater companies sporting a Russian accent (“Val” in Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor), a kilt (“Ross” in Shakespeare’s Macbeth), and a dark sense of humor (David Sedaris's The Santaland Diaries).
Jamey has become a regular at some of the best clubs around the country and on theatrical stages in his home town of Wilmington, NC.