LAUGH YOURSELF CLEAN
Unloaded Comedy – Laugh Yourself Clean is a new recovery based stand-up comedy show. We share experience, strength and hope through comedy by bringing light to dark places and shattering stigmas surrounding addiction. A true comedy showcase, Unloaded Comedy includes several clean and sober comedians that get quite candid about their struggles with addiction. If you would like to bring in Unloaded Comedy to perform for your recovery event, organization, fundraiser, etc., please click the Contact link above to email your inquiry.
Mike Lindsey was born and raised in a small town in the middle of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. An adopted only child, Mike grew up finding creative ways to entertain himself. Often feeling like an outsider growing up, humor and comedy became a tool often used to help fit in and/or as a protective mechanism. In […]
Liz Donehue grew up in Seattle where she wanted to do more than sleep on her mom’s couch and watch Ghost Adventures after graduating with a degree in Creative Writing. She moved to Minneapolis in 2011 where she started honing her sharp and edgy humor at Acme Comedy Company and the Comedy Corner Underground. Less […]
Jeremiah Coughlan is a comedian who physically resembles what would happen if Chris Farley ate Bob Ross, and his stage presence embodies some of those same traits. Coughlan is an imperfect mix of chaos and control. In what can seem paradoxical, Jeremiah carries a calm and contented demeanor into his high energy and surprisingly […]
Sam Miller grew up in Rural Pierce County and moved to Olympia at the age of 14. He has lived in Olympia off and on since that time. He has been a farm hand, a ranch hand, an inmate, a wild land firefighter, a dishwasher, a warehouse worker, assistant preschool teacher, a chemical dependency counselor […]
Julia Ramos is a Portland stand-up comic who has made her mark by leaving no issue in her life off limits. She’s been invited to perform at the All Jane Comedy Festival, and the NW Women’s Comedy Festival. Her hope is to make uncomfortable topics easier to talk about by allowing her audiences to laugh […]