Taylor Johnson
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TAYLOR JOHNSON

VERY FUNNY. HONESTLY.

 

TAYLOR JOHNSON IS AWKWARD ON PUPOSE

Taylor often talks about his own struggle with depression and suicide as a major inspiration for his approach to comedy. Thinking he was the only one in his church dealing with this, he kept it to a secret, too ashamed to admit what was going on. It wasn't until someone else "fought through the awkwardness" and talked about their own struggle that Taylor felt like he wasn't alone and could finally talk about his own problems. Now Taylor's comedy is all about "fighting through the awkwardness" to let audiences know they're not the only one.

It's been nine years since Taylor first took the stage and tried his hand at stand-up. He has evolved and matured into a fantastic storyteller, not only able to share his own stories but also get hilarious stories from the audience through his unique crowd work.

In 2012 Taylor released his first comedy album, Don't Panic, which is available on iTunes.

 
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COMEDY IN YOUR COMMUNITY

Taylor Johnson travels the country performing for churches, banquets, conferences, and community events of all kinds. His storytelling style connects with audiences of all ages. Except for babies. Babies don't really get his jokes.

Taylor is currently on his Tell a Good Story tour. The show centers around the idea that each of us is filled with incredible stories and some times there are people in our lives who need to hear them so they know they're not alone. It's a hilarious show that closes with a powerful message.

 
 

COMEDY IN YOUR LIVING ROOM

Taylor started performing house shows last fall and it's been an incredible experience. Every show is different. Every show is memorable.

The show is an hour long. Half of that is Taylor telling real and embarrassing stories from his life. The other half is finding stories in the room. It becomes really interactive. You start hearing stories from people in the room that you've never heard before. It's so funny to see people who have known each other for years laughing as they ask "why have you never told me that before?!"

It's so much fun and it would be so easy for you to host a show.

  • Do you have a space where we can do the show? Doesn't even have to be a house!

  • Can you commit to having 20-30 people attend?

  • Can you tell everyone the show is donation based?

 
 

COMEDY IN YOUR SCHOOLS

Over the last several years Taylor has partnered with Seven at Schools, an organization based out of North Texas, and has become one of their main speakers for school assemblies. Taylor speaks on topics ranging from bullying, following your dreams, and dealing with suicide and depression. 

Visit Seven at Schools' website