In 1991 Keith Stubbs set aside a career working as a stock broker for PaineWebber in New York and Los Angeles to pursue his lifelong dream of being a stand-up comedian and has never looked back. It didn’t take long for Keith to get noticed by talent agents and producers. Less than two years from when he first took the stage, Keith performed twice on A&E’s “An Evening at the Improv” and on Comedy Central.
Keith loaded up his Geo Metro and took his comedy nationwide performing at comedy clubs from coast to coast and nearly everywhere in between on average spent 44 weeks out of the year performing at clubs all across the country. Keith developed a routine of smart, quick-witted comedy that quickly landed him headlining gigs at numerous comedy clubs as well as spots performing on national TV and radio programs. Keith has opened in concert for Joan Rivers, Jim Gaffigan, Trace Adkins, Sinbad, Gladys Knight, Frank Caliendo, Lewis Black, Little Big Town, Joel McHale, and many more.
Keith was selected to perform in the Boston International Comedy Festival, FunnyFest and The Calgary Comedy Festival. In 2002 he was selected as one of only 10 comedians to perform for the Olympic athletes at the 2002 Winter Olympics at the Olympic Village in Salt Lake City, Utah. Now a resident of Ogden, Keith has twice been named "Best Comedian" by The City Weekly and "Funniest Comedian" by The Standard-Examiner newspaper. He was also a semi-finalist in Comedy Central's Laugh Riots comedy competition.
In 2004 Keith Stubbs’ voice hit the radio airwaves in Salt Lake City. He gained a loyal following of listeners eager to tune in every morning to "The Stubbs Show" for their daily dose of comedy. Keith not only made his mark with listeners across the Wasatch Front, but also made quite an impression with the Utah Broadcasters Association who awarded him "Best Radio Personality" for 8 years in a row.