Jeff DeHart is an actor, comedian, impressionist
and song writer. While attending Monmouth
College in New Jersey where he majored in
Drama, he wrote, directed and acted in many
original one-act plays. Jeff was also an active
member of several repertory companies where
he performed in productions such as Cyrano,
Pillow Talk, The Apollo Of Bellac, and Oh, What
A Lovely War.
Realizing that he had the ability to do stand-up
comedy, Jeff worked his way into the New York
City clubs, The Improvisation, Catch A Rising
Star, and the Comic Strip where he performed
for almost two years before migrating to Mitzi
Shore's famous Los Angeles Comedy Store.
Jeff was selected by Mitzi Shore to represent
the Comedy Store on a nationwide tour where
he performed in colleges and universities
across the country to standing room only
Jeff has appeared in several films and countless television shows, such as Evening At The
Improv, Showtime and HBO. He has even co-hosted America's Funniest Home Videos with Bob
Saget and has gone on to win an Emmy award for his acting and impressions.
Most recently, Jeff has co-starred with Louise DuArt on a cable tv show called Café DuArt and
has even done some writing for The Late Show starring David Letterman. In his comedy act,
Jeff blends in many of his over 130 impressions and his original songs with his hilarious stand-
up. Jeff has performed his act at comedy clubs all over the country, as well as Las Vegas, Lake
Tahoe, Reno, and Atlantic City where he has starred in shows with Merv Griffin and Louise
DuArt. He has even had the honor of having performed in Carnegie Hall.
When he's not doing his act at comedy clubs or corporate dates, Jeff usually takes to the high
seas on many famous cruise lines where he has the audiences falling overboard with laughter.
"Jeff DeHart has been a friend of mine for many
years. He is one of the nicest people you will
ever meet, and he's also one of the funniest
impressionists I know. His audiences love him &
he keeps them in stitches. Even in the
emergency room." -- Bob Saget
The Many Faces of Jeff DeHart