Whether he’s on a cruise ship, entertaining a private corporate event or performing in a comedy club, comedian Fred Bevill makes an instant connection with the audience. His infectious likability immediately draws audiences in, and his mix of improvisation, crowd interaction and storytelling provide an intimate, unique entertainment experience – no matter how large the setting – making him a crowd favorite with audiences around the world for over two decades.
Fred has performed with pillars of comedy including Jerry Seinfeld, Louie Anderson, Jeff Dunham, Larry “The Cable Guy”, Bill Engvall, Richard Lewis, Chris Rock and Steven Wright. He’s been described by fellow comedians as “fresh,” “charismatic,” “very smart,” and “someone who has gas money.” He has appeared on VH1 and Comedy Central, as well as TV shows “Beverly Hills 90210,” “Saved by the Bell,” and various commercials.
Fred’s broad audience appeal has been proven in all 50 U.S. states, seven Canadian provinces and 21 other countries around the world. He’s even performed in the Arctic Circle, which felt a lot like his home in Fargo, North Dakota. Whether American or international, audiences can relate to Fred’s side-splitting observations about every day life, raising a family and navigating our rapidly changing world.
A native of Lake Tahoe, California, Fred took an early interest in drama and performance and pursued every opportunity to play a role on local stages from a young age. He attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, where he developed a passion for stand-up comedy. He honed his craft at open mic nights, college campuses and venues throughout the West Coast, eventually earning his way onto comedy club stages across the United States. Fred has spent years developing material and delivering it to crowds of all sizes and demographics, and is fortunate to spend his life making people laugh – his favorite pastime.
Now based in Fargo, N.D., Fred welcomes travel to warm climates. He has two sons, two dogs, two cats, and one wife, who happen to be his toughest crowd and a great source of material.