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Carson Creecy IV is a stand-up comedian, improvisor and actor who is a regular at comedy clubs and showcases up and down the Left Coast. Mr. Creecy performs stand-up regularly at showcases in and around Portland (Helium, Harvey’s, the Bagdad Theater, and more) and is a main-stage player with the Unscriptables Improv Group at the Funhouse Lounge. Mr. Creecy performs regularly in Seattle (Comedy Underground, Tacoma Comedy Club, Level-Up at the Capitol Club, and Punchline Fridays at Jai Thai) and occasionally in San Francisco (SF Comedy Cellar, San Francisco State University and with the Funny But Mean sketch comedy group).
Mr. Creecy has hosted comedy showcases for Lonnie Bruhn’s Stage Left Comedy rooms in Oregon City and Milwaukee (Oregon), the Weekly Reoccurring Humor Night at the Tonic Lounge in Portland and is the creator and host of Portland’s Top Shelf Showcase at the Comedy Underground in Seattle.
Mr. Creecy is a classically trained theater actor who has studied and performed in Boston, San Francisco, New York, Portland and Vancouver (Washington). His tutelage includes professional acting classes with the American Conservatory Theater Studio in San Francisco and summer intensives with the Moscow Arts Theatre School and American Repertory Theater’s Institute for Advanced Theater Training at Harvard University and with George Morrison’s New Actors Workshop in New York City.
Mr. Creecy is also an award-winning public speaker, host and MC. With over 10 years of professional experience in higher education. Mr. Creecy delivers over 30 motivational speeches and workshops annually to college-bound students and their parents. He also serves as the primary host and MC for Student Affairs Events at a major, public university.
Carson studied Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies at UC Berkeley. In addition to acting in numerous department productions, Mr. Creecy completed his senior thesis under the mentor-ship of Professor Mel Gordon (author of Voluptuous Panic: The Erotic World of Weimar Berlin; and featured as a sexpert on HBO’s Real Sex 19) on the topic of “The Transmission of Acting Pedagogy.” Mr. Creecy’s research culminated in the creation of a semester-long theater course centered around the imagination-based acting exercises and improvisational games pioneered by Michael Chekhov that he facilitated under the advisement of Professor Gordon.
Mr. Creecy eats more burritos in a week than the entire country of Uzbekistan. Preferably smothered in a chocolatey, Oaxacan mole sauce.