After a decade of touring as a successful comedian at the top comedy clubs across the United States and Canada including The Improv and Catch A Rising Star, Vegas based comedian Ron Coleman chose to step away the stage to raise his family. “I wanted to be there to raise my kids so they didn’t end up on Teen Mom,” said Coleman in a recent interview.
Fortunately, they turned out great and Coleman is already back onstage tearing up the mic with a whole new perspective and act. He added, “Sure, I kept a few great jokes but it’s all new stuff that’s even funnier than before.”
Ron is currently touring and feels, “There is no better feeling than standing on an empty stage with just a microphone and making strangers laugh.”
For the last five years, comedian Ron Coleman had been training in MMA & Boxing and after two semi-professional fights, Coleman is back onstage bringing the knock punches to the audience instead of his opponents in the ring.
Commenting on the difference between being a professional comedian and fighter, Coleman said, “Getting punched in the face seems easy compared to living in the comedy condos.”
While he was first starting out in stand up, Ron Coleman and Quentin Tarantino were roommates in Southern California and during a recent interview for Robert Rodriquez’s “Director’s Cut” Tarantino credits Coleman for encouraging him to pursue his writing and directing career.
Based in Las Vegas, Ron Coleman has most recently appeared at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club, Treasure Island and The Orleans as well as the other top clubs in Vegas and across the country.