Friday, October 19, 2012

Dear Taliban...

Thursday, October 11, 2012


Electronic Press Kit

KLJ snuggling with Robin Williams
Keith Lowell Jensen can be seen on the current season of The History Channel's "How The States Got Their Shapes" and in The Coexist Comedy Tour on The Starz Network. He previously appeared as a panhandling expert on Spike TV's Manswers. Jensen also recently appeared on Doug Benson's "Doug Loves Movies", and on Myq Kaplan's "Hang Out With Me".

Keith Lowell Jensen has three comedy albums out, To The Moon, Cats Made of Rabbits which is also available on DVD, and Elf Orgy. Stand Up! Records will release Atheist Christmas in 2014.

 Keith Lowell Jensen wears polyester Wrangler "Wrancher"s which he has to drive miles to purchase from a small town western wear store catering to Mexican Americans.

Banana and baby headshot by Kiny McCarrick
Kool-Aid Goggles Headshot by Mallorie Nasrallah
Onstage headshot by Amy Scott 

"Keith never fails to make me laugh and think. Smart, funny and with a healthy dose of heart...he's rapidly become one of my favorite comedians."
Matt Dillahunty The Atheist Experience 

"Keith Lowell Jensen is drop-dead, laugh-until-you-scream-and-it-hurtsfunny... with humor that relies on intelligence, perspective, andcompassion. That makes him a rare bird. Like the condor, or the Abbott'sBooby. Or something."
Greta Christina 

"True fact: Every American film of the last two decades would be improved by digitally replacing Keanu Reeves with Keith Lowell Jensen doing a comedy riff. And hot lesbians."
David Fitzgerald, author of the Complete Heretic's Guide to Western Religion

Press Quotes

"4 STARS!"
TimeOut New York

"Hilarious" "A demented masterpiece"
The Washington Post

"Cats Made of Rabbits is every bit as deserving of your laughter as one by Jim Gaffigan or Louis C.K."

"a fun and funny DVD that is well worth watching"

Mass Movement Magazine, UK

"A great listen, all ending in a wonderfully crafted story that reminded me of Woody Allen’s stand-up." (Romania)

And the Portland Mercury credits me with saving a show.