Corporate Entertainment Spotlight On…Comedian and Juggler Chris Bliss

Corporate entertainment prospects was one factor motivating Chris Bliss to drop out of college to begin a career as a stand-up comedian and juggler.

Chris Bliss creates acts that blend music hits with a high-energy performance making him a popular choice for corporate entertainment events.

Prior to pursuing a career in the entertainment industry, Chris Bliss attended Northwestern University and the University of Oregon Corporate Entertainment where he majored in comparative literature. Chris Bliss has made a name for himself by performing at corporate entertainment events, appearing on television, and opening for pop stars. Chris has opened for Michael Jackson’s 1984 world tour, performed on “A&E’s Comedy on the Road,” and appeared frequently on the “Tonight Show.”  Early on in his career, Chris practiced what is known as technical juggling thereby choosing to juggle only the traditional number of balls at a time, three. Chris then added stand-up comedy to his juggling act allowing him to engage his audience whether it is a corporate entertainment group or a television performance. What’s more is that his comedy acts are clean! Meaning they are appropriate for employees at a corporate entertainment event or children looking up Chris Bliss on YouTube. Furthermore, Chris has proven that he knows how to please corporate entertainment clients. Corporate clients can be difficult to please, but Chris performs well-above expectations as he often receives standing ovations at corporate entertainment events. In addition to performing at corporate entertainment events and on television, Chris also has his own nonprofit organization. His organization, MyBillofRights.org and also known as “The Bill of Rights Monument Project,” is dedicated to educating individuals regarding the principles promised in the Bill of Rights.

Give your employees a treat and book Chris Bliss for your next corporate entertainment event!

 

 

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