Jeff Ross is a respected comedian, writer, director, and producer also known as “The Roastmaster General.” Most recently Jeff has been on tour with Dave Attell performing their two-man stand-up “Bumping Mics.” After the success of their Netflix special of the same name, they are touring the country with all new material.
Also on Netflix is a series called “Historical Roasts” where Jeff hosts his dream roasts with some of the most famous people in history. Some of the honorees include Abraham Lincoln, Freddie Mercury, MLK, and Anne Frank. As a regular on the Comedy Central Roasts, Jeff has roasted many infamous stars including Alec Baldwin, Bruce Willis, Justin Bieber, Roseanne Barr, Joan Rivers, Charlie Sheen, and The President of The United States Donald Trump. Building on their success, Jeff launched “Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle.”
His podcast, “Thick Skin with Jeff Ross,” hit the internet airwaves last year and has built a loyal listenership. Past guests include John Mayer, Bob Saget, Jeff Garlin, Judd Apatow, Cesar Milan, Macaulay Culkin, & Gary Clark Jr.
Jeff's most-recent comedy specials turn roasting into social commentary. With "Jeff Ross Roasts Criminals," "Jeff Ross Roasts Cops," and "Jeff Ross Roasts The Border," Jeff has shed light on some of the more polarizing political issues of our time.
The Roastmaster General is a one-man verbal assault unit that takes no prisoners. So what are you waiting for? Come to his shows and see if you have what it takes to get roasted by The Roastmaster General.
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