Killer Beaz has one of the strongest, most faithful
followings across the country. His comedic delivery comes coated with his
Southern-as-grits drawl. The accent is the genuine article. He gets most of his material
from "true stories" and the act is mostly high energy.
Beaz is a three-time video award winner from Showtime
and three times Showtime named him as the Funniest Person in Mississippi.
Comedy USA: "One of the top four draws in the
Entertainment Tonight: "One of the top 10 comics
to watch for in the 90's."
Rolling Stone Magazine: "On stage, Beaz is
Entertainment Today, Las Vegas: "Killer
Beaz lives up to his name, night after night, show after show, 'killing' his
It was not easy growing up in Jackson, MS especially when
cursed with a name like Truett S. Beasley, Jr. "Thanks, Dad!"
"Killer Beaz," a moniker originally derived from his
prowess as a blues guitarist, now describes the impact of his comedy on audiences coast to
For three years running, 1984 through 1986, he was named Showtime's
Funniest Person in Mississippi. In 1986 he was the $5,000 winner of the 1988
Mid-South Laff-Off, and a 1989 national survey of comedy club operators concluded that
Killer Beaz was one of the top four draws in the country.
He has been featured in Rolling Stone, The Los Angeles Times,
Southern Magazine and Atlanta's popular alternative weekly, Creative Loafing.
TV & RADIO APPEARANCES
- Radio spokesman for White Mountain Cooler
- House Party - Syndicated Radio
- Entertainment Tonight
- Showbiz Today (CNN)
- The Comedy Channel
- Funny Business with Charlie Chase
- Nashville Now (TNN)
- Crook and Chase (TNN)
- Showtime Comedy Club Network
- PM Magazine
- A&E's Comedy on the Road
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