Putting funny and faith together isn't something many people do, but Robert G. Lee is passionate about blending them together.
Well known in the entertainment industry as Hollywood’s top warm-up comic, Robert’s a veteran of over 1,500 episodes of such shows as The New Adventures of Old Christine, Just Shoot Me, Becker, and The Drew Carey Show. His job is to keep countless audiences entertained for hours between scenes and costume and set changes with rapid-fire ad-libs and humorous interviews.
He has made the cover of the Wall Street Journal,
Have released seven 100% clean comedy videos, warmed up audiences for Hollywood’s top sitcoms, performed the entire Bible in under 30 minutes, and has written and directed a feature motion picture.
No stranger in front of the camera, either, Robert has been seen on the Bananas Comedy Series, on Showtime’s The Joke’s on Thee, VH-1’s Stand Up Spotlight, Comic Strip Live, and a variety of roles on such sitcoms as Wings and Perfect Strangers.
Robert has combined his Christian worldview with his Monty Python sensibility and written many Veggie Tales videos such as “Little Joe”, “Gideon”, and “Sheerluck Holmes”.
On Top of everything else, for the past decade, Robert has been weaving his humor together with serious Biblical insights as the Director of Drama at his home church, Bel Air Presbyterian.
Robert is currently in post-production on his latest comedy project, “Wisenheimer” as well as a full length faith-based screwball comedy feature he wrote and directed called “Can I Get a Witness Protection?”
“As a result of Robert’s incredible performance, we had him back recently to honor over six hundred volunteers at our annual Leader Appreciation Dinner. Once again, Robert was awesome. His material was fresh, new and hysterical.”
"Robert helped show people that you can be Funny, Real, and Christian... People cannot stop talking about the show!"
“Robert was able to step into a retreat setting, catch on to the dynamic of the group and run with it. His prepared material is funny, creative and engaging, but the highlight of the evening was his ability to interact with the group.”