Already a nationally touring comedian, Rob Gleeson is only twenty-one years old. In addition to club work, Gleeson is a favorite among college students, who delight at seeing one of their own on the stage. Gleeson has worked with some of today's hottest comics, including regular spots on the nationally acclaimed Immature Tour.
Straightforward yet subtle, Gleeson engages audiences with his concise observations and youthful viewpoint. Gleeson’s comedy has been successfully featured in a diverse range of environments: from performing at national charity benefits to showcasing between nationally ranked slam poets, Gleeson’s wide appeal and open mind win him big laughs.
Gleeson has been heard on radio stations in over 30 states. He was a guest host on the nationally syndicated Pop Culture Minute and was a featured comedian on New York City’s famous Joey Reynolds Radio Show.
Disarmingly funny, Gleeson uses his wit and naiveté to chaperone the audience through some of today’s heaviest social issues. His portfolio of material ranges from seeing Jesus’ face to 17th century debauchery. Crowds love Gleeson for his invitingly bold approach to stand up comedy.
“So funny, it offended me” is how Jon Reep, winner of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, described Gleeson’s comedy. Young and already very talented, Gleeson’s tour schedule takes him all over. He has performed in sold out clubs and packed college auditoriums. Delighting crowds with his humor and charm, Gleeson’s professionalism coupled with his ability to perform have made him the favorite of audiences and staff.