New Hampshire’s own Juston McKinney returns with lots of new material! He’s been using the state as his comic muse since he was humoring perps as a deputy sheriff on the New Hampshire / Maine border in the 1990s.
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New Hampshire’s own Juston McKinney returns with lots of new material! When New Hampshire Magazine named him ‘Best of NH’, they wrote, “The Granite State may have more famous comedians than you can shake a stick at…. but no one really ‘gets’ New Hampshire humor like Juston McKinney.” He’s been using the state as his comic muse since he was humoring perps as a deputy sheriff on the New Hampshire / Maine border in the 1990s.
It’s been very busy for Juston, having released his special “Parentally Challenged” on Amazon Prime, filming a Showtime Special with Rob Gronkowski, “Unsportsmanlike Comedy”, and performing at the TD Garden with Denis Leary & Jimmy Fallon as part of “Comics Come Home”. Juston is consistently selling out theaters, has two Comedy Central Specials, both; a one-hour and half-hour, multiple appearances on the Tonight Show, and on Conan O’Brien, but there’s no place like home!
His Youtube/facebook channels have millions of views, which include NH favorites such as “Clark’s Trading Post”, “Live Free or Die” and “Live Freeze then Die!”.
Juston was born in Portsmouth and he currently lives in New Hampshire with his wife, two children and two dogs.
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