Ralphie May

Ralphie May just filmed his a record-setting fourth one-hour Comedy Central special proving his comedic genius is here to stay after making his television debut on NBC’s hit reality show “Last Comic Standing.” May was raised in Arkansas, and at age 17 won a contest to open for his idol, Sam Kinison.  He later moved to Houston to develop his comedy routine, at Kinison’s suggestion. Since then, his career has flourished with four appearances on CBS's “The Late Late Show” as well as eleven appearances on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”  May is also one of a handful of comedians to have received a standing ovation on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” He has worked as a writer and producer on ESPN's “Mohr Sports” starring Jay Mohr and has appeared on “The Man Show” and MTV’s “Bash.” Voted one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch” in 2008, Ralphie May’s “Too Big To Ignore,” filmed at the beautiful Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee, will be released later this year followed by a new album and DVD from Image Entertainment. May also appeared opposite Neil Patrick Harris and Amy Sedaris in the feature film, “The Best and the Brightest.”