Greg Morton has shared the stage with comedy legends, Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Sinbad, Howie Mandel, The Muppets, Jimmy J. J. Walker, Bill Maher, and Brad Garrett from ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’. You may recognize him from his numerous T.V. appearances. Shows like "Premium Blend" on Comedy Central, "Comics Unleashed" and "Comedy T.V." with Byron Allen. He is a four time veteran of the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal and a Youtube sensation with over 4 million hits!
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Greg Morton is an original. He is a very talented original stand-up
comic at his best on Greg Morton, his independent release stand-up
comedy DVD. In addition to stand-up comedy, Morton does voices for
various cartoons and he exploits this talent early on in his show. His
reduced Star Wars and Lord of the Rings are really funny though the
Star Wars music background drowns out some of the dialogue a bit.
The cartoon voiced movies are great but Morton knows not to milk a
concept so he moves on to more traditional stand-up comedy. This is
also really good stuff. He is one of few comics who has an original
take on The Governator. Greg Morton can also surprise with some really
mundane set-ups like iced tea in Virginia. His growing up and getting
beatings bit is a lot of fun too and will remind a few of a darker side
of the Hot Wheels track. This segues nicely into a bit about other
childhood toys and playground torture devices and then into a really
funny bit about his having nephews and having kids and being a parent.
This is rather well-worn comedic ground but Morton finds some new
The show closes with a couple of musical imitations that segue into a
fast-paced greatest hits of the eighties that includes Mick Jagger
driving Miss Daisy, an Aerosmith tribute to hemorrhoids, and Tina
Turner. This is great fun though I am much less impressed with the