Butch Bradley is one of the most popular stand-up comics on today's comedy circuit. A veteran of The Laugh Factory, The Improv, The Comedy Store, The Tropicana Comedy Stop, The Comedy Connection, and Comic Strip NYC, Butch's extensive experience has earned him opening spots for comics such as Ray Romano, Lewis Black, and Cathy Ladman. Butch was also a featured comic at the 2001 Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.
Butch Bradley is an energetic young comedian who hails from Atlantic City. With his constant manic energy, Butch Bradley doesn't just warm-up an audience he sets them on fire. Butch started his comedy career as a founding member of the Boston Improv troupe The ID, headlining at the national improv festival in Minneapolis. Increasing attention spurred his solo stand-up career, and Butch now works all over the country! Bradley's dynamic upbeat humor and fast witted improv make him popular and keep his audience howling for more. Additionally, Butch has appeared on numerous television programs including The Martin Short Show, VH1's The List, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, HBO and Comedy Central. Butch can be seen in the documentary film "Open Mic" starring Richard Jeni, Dave Chappelle, Tony Rock, and Shawn Wayans. Most recently, Butch performed on the USO Tour in Afghanistan and Iraq supporting our troops.