Clean Comedy Night

July 7

Clean Comedy Night

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Clean Comedy USA presents Clean Comedy Night at Stir Crazy Comedy Club! Clean, family-friendly comedy for all ages featuring the best local and national clean comedians!


Mike Fisher

Michael graduated from Midland Lutheran College in 1990 with a Bachelor's in Behavioral Science. While in college he visited a magic shop tucked in the back of a craft store and began his life long journey into a wonder filled world. He began performing magic for friends and Boy Scout functions but soon moved into comedy clubs and television.

Later he opened his own magic shop called "Magic and Mirth" in Omaha Nebraska where he began to show others how to be amazing and have fun too! In 1994 Mike relocated to New Orleans and spent the next ten years traveling and entertaining in Atlanta, Chicago, and Las Vegas. Today he lives in Phoenix and has been enjoying the Southwestern life while continuing to amaze and delight audiences.

Since then Michael has given lectures, taught classes and produced DVDs that share the secret of his style of "conversational performing." With these tools people have discovered how they can have fun, share joy and break down barriers by using magic tricks and being themselves.

Paul Green

Paul may have resting murderer face but he's actually harmless. He has been performing comedy for over 15 years starting in 2008 as an improviser and actor. In 2014 Paul expanded his comedy career as he begin performing stand-up. Paul started out as a “clean comic” which gave him many opportunities to perform in clean comedy shows and helped him to develop his stand-up act without relying on crude humor or profanity. Paul is currently based in Phoenix, AZ and has performed all over the country from Seattle Washington to Sarasota Florida and loves nothing more than bringing joy and laughter to his audience.

Paul Green was born at a very young age, but it wasn't until the 4th grade when he realized he had a knack for making people laugh and told his teacher that when he grew up he wanted to be a stand up comedian. Unfortunately, Paul never grew up. But that didn't stop him from his first official start in comedy when Jef Rawls owner of Jester'z Improv troupe in Scottsdale Arizona invited him to join his improv theater as a regular cast member. It was not long before Paul's high energy, strong emotional characters and quick wit won the hearts of Jester'z crowds and fellow performers.