Jeff Kreisler

A graduate of Princeton, Virginia Law School, and the fictitious College of Asparagus Lovers, Jeff Kreisler ( is an accomplished comedian, writer, producer and person. He writes for Comedy Central's Indecision2008, won the Bill Hicks Spirit Award for Thought Provoking Comedy, is in the cast of "Shoot The Messenger," a new show from the creator of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," stars in the "Comedy Against Evil" tour, and is writing "Get Rich Cheating," a parody of corporate crime. Jeff performs at clubs and colleges all over the known galaxy and has been featured at the Edinburgh Fringe, Freedom Cinema, and San Francisco Comedy Festivals. He plays blues saxophone, speaks French and Russian, was a sports broadcaster, taught English in Russia, helped start a non-profit dedicated to at-risk youth, and played college football. After extended stops in cities like San Francisco, Boston, and D.C., Jeff now lives in New York City from whence he is available for birthdays, circumcisions and bachelorette parties.

Recent Articles By The Author

Funny Money: Central Banking While Intoxicated

What was Bernanke thinking, or drinking? Plus, much more financial and corporate hilarity.

Funny Money: Dark Days

With ours assets going overseas and the economy failing, what are we to do? Oh yeah: video games.

Funny Money: Foreign Aid

With the economy and dollar weak, we need European celebrities to start adopting our children.

Funny Money: A Very Bad Year

We wrap up our review of corporate hilarity for 2007.

Funny Money: Autumn of Discontent

The Nasdaq gets busted in a bathroom sting, and Starbucks plots to control you. A review of corporate hilarity from this fall.