Brad Loekle

Brad Loekle

Brad Loekle was a semi-finalist on season 9 of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and TV audiences will recognize him from his 8 seasons on the hit TruTV series, World’s Dumbest. Logo featured him, along side Drag Race champion Bianca Del Rio, in their 2016 comedy special. And Brad’s made guest appearances regularly on an assortment of shows on VH1, MTV, LOGO, E!, and many more.

As a writer, Brad’s snarky wit and keen intellect were put to good use as a writer for comedy icon Joan Rivers on E!’s Fashion Police. He’s also the head writer for the award winning Australian digital series American Act starring Courtney Act. As well as writing featured pieces for MTV Australia & MTV Europe. The last stage show he wrote for Courtney Act toured internationally, scoring rave reviews at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival and the Edinborough Fringe Festival.

Radio listeners will recognize Brad’s voice as a longtime guest co-host on Sirius XM Radio’s Morning Jolt or from his regular appearances on The Frank DeCaro Show.

And then there is always Brad’s first love: Live Performance! Aside from touring the country regularly, he also produced one of the longest running weekly comedy shows in NYC. The Electroshock Comedy Hour at Therapy Lounge ran for 8 years and was featured in The New York Times, Time Out, New York Magazine, Next, HX and many others. Now an LA transplant, Brad performs and produces shows regularly in LA, San Diego & San Francisco.

He also performs regularly with the gay community’s leading luxury travel groups, Atlantis Events & RSVP Vacations. Since 2010, he has traveled to more than 30 countries and performed for tens of thousands of people alongside such notable entertainers as Patti Lupone, Idina Menzel, Sutton Foster, Vanessa Williams, Kathy Griffin, Carrie Fisher, Lea Delaria and many more...

Here’s just a taste of what the “liberal media” has to say about Mr. Loekle...

  • “(He) left a full theater rolling in the isles” -New York Times
  • “Outrageous, sacrilegious, controversial and very funny!” - Show Business Weekly
  • “A Homo-Hoot that appeals to everyone regardless of their sexual orientation” - Backstage
  • “I don’t know if he should be arrested or given an award!” – critic David Hurst
  • “A truly original and gifted voice in gay comedy” – HX Magazine
  • “The most hilarious & wonderful asshole” - Carrie Fisher

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