THIS SPEAKER'S SET FEE PLACES HIM/HER WITHIN THE RANGE OF:
$7,500 and under
|TRAVELS FROM: New York|
- The Nation's Leading Expert: Customized Put-ons
- Customized Video Interviews
- Emcee/Stand-up Comedy
- Customized Roasts
After Dinner Speaker | Entertainment | Humor | Motivation
Perhaps the only individual ever to have been profiled in the business sections
of The New York Times, Miami Herald, Newsday, and Int’l Herald
Tribune, Harry Freedman will create the perfect fake industry expert for
your group, that has everyone fooled until they are roaring with laughter!
With nearly three decades of professional comedy experience, from the clubs
of Las Vegas to the corporate boardroom, Harry Freedman is a comic you can trust.
As a speaker, he has performed for hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies, and is
frequently rated ‘best speaker’ at conferences. As a stand-up comedian,
Harry is often opening for Ray Romano; has appeared on “Everybody Loves
Raymond;” and was a staff writer for “Caroline’s Comedy Hour.”
Harry has also written and directed a short film, “30 Minutes,”
which received terrific acclaim at the NY Int’l Independent Film Festival.
In addition, Corporate Audiences enjoy Mr. Freedman’s video shorts, where
he interviews selected attendees (in character), to create a hilarious 8-10
minute piece played following his speech, as well as his humorous videographies
of whole conferences. So when you think of finding the right performer to give
your people a laugh-fest they will love and thank you for, two key words make
all the difference: Harry Freedman!
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