Londale Theus Jr, along with Barbara Holliday and Joshua Snyder, discusses his love of doing impressions as he does them, how his last name means “god” in Greek, his early comedic influences, and he recalls his first time ever at an open mic. During Punch It Up, Kevin Yee performs a 3 minute song and dance number and gets critiques.
Londale Theus Jr. is an actor, comedian, improviser, and writer hailing from Los Angeles. After a knee injury ended his days of Division 1 College Basketball, his interest in comedy and performing led him to CSU Long Beach’s Theatre Program. Upon finishing his two years in the program, he started working as a full time actor in TV (Chelsea Lately), Film, and National Commercials (State Farm, Mini Cooper). He does stand up all over LA, has won comedy competitions at Flappers, and also trains at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade as an improviser as well as performs all over town with his improv group Low Income Kids.