All posts by PJ Walsh

Known as one of the hardest working comics behind the microphone, PJ brings everything to the stage at every show. He truly leaves it all on the stage for his audience. His combination of insightful writing, quick wit, boundless energy and physicality make him an outstanding performer in any comedy venue.

A Night Of Laughter To Benefit Comedian Bone Hampton

In January, a group of Christian comedians (Chonda Pierce, Tim Hawkins, Ken Davis, Bob Smiley, Leland Klassen, Comedian Akintunde) and one Irish Catholic Heathen got together at a Mega Church in Nashville to create a night of comedy to raise funds to assist my big brother BoneHampton

Special Appearances by Sherri Shepherd, Zach Levi, Kurt Warner , Egypt Ali, Tauren Wells and more…

Please help us help an amazing father, friend & comedian. The night was filmed and is available to watch with a donation towards Bone’s continuing medical expenses with the help of Comedy Gives Back.

You can donate and watch the by following this link

Much love to you all and THANK YOU! Peej 🙏


My show this weekend  (April 23rd) at The Palace Danbury has been rescheduled. Unfortunately, COVID finally caught up with me but I’m on the mend and can’t wait to hit the stage healthy, happy & with plenty of humor on Saturday, May 14th for everyone in Danbury. My apologies for any inconvenience. Peej

Tickets Available HERE 

                                                                                        MAY 14th 8PM

Getting Back At IT!

After an unexpected temporary retirement I’m getting back to work!  Looking forward to filling rooms full of laughter and joy!

August 27th – Bakersfield, CA.


September 16, 17 & 18 – Chinook Winds Casino – Lincoln City, OR.

Punchliner Comedy Club Carnival

September 26th – October 3rd    Carnival Pride

October 25th – 30th   Carnival Sensation

October 30th  – November 4th   Carnival Sensation

November 20th – 28th   Carnival Magic

In Stitches – Episode 5: Enthusiasm & Friendship with Matt Iseman

Matt Iseman quit his day job as a doctor to become a stand-up comedian, host of American Ninja Warrior, champion of [Arnold Schwarzenegger’s] Celebrity Apprentice, dashing contestant in RuPaul’s Secret Celebrity Drag Race, and host of the new Factorious Podcast. Oh yeah, and happens to be one of my best friends.

In this episode, we follow the twists and turns of Matt’s story—from medical school to open mics, hospital stays to Emmy awards and international fame. Through it all, we absorb Matt’s infectious positivity and we learn why Matt is the best man at everyone’s wedding, even when he’s not the designated best man.

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