Jeff Kreisler

Host of Cheater and the Rude
Thursdays at 8:00 pm (EST)
Host of The Final Edition
Thursdays at 8:30 pm (EST)

Winner of the Bill Hicks Spirit Award for Thought Provoking Comedy, author of HarperCollins’ bestselling satire “Get Rich Cheating,” regular on-camera contributor to MSNBC’s “Dylan Ratigan Show” and HLN’s “Showbiz Tonight,” writer for Comedy Central’s Indecision2008, IFC’s “Details Are Sketchy,” Huffington Post,, cast member of Shoot The Messenger (from the co-creator of “The Daily Show”),executive editor of “My Wall Street Journal,” and star of several hit international festival shows, Jeff Kreisler has performed on TV, radio, and stage around the world, with passion, absurdity, and hope. A graduate of Princeton, Exeter, and Virginia Law School, Jeff now lives in New York City.

“Somebody get Jeff Kreisler on ‘The Colbert Report’… As funny and as quotable as anything that appears daily on late-night TV. You are guaranteed a few laugh-out-loud verbal souvenirs to try out on your friends” – The New York Times

“He knows how to stick the knife into our guts in the middle of a belly laugh.” – Chicago Tribune

“The smartest political comedy around. One of the things that makes Kreisler fascinating is his unashamed love for America; he just hates what has been done to it. The final section… may be the most powerful description of the past few years of US history you’ll hear… slick, political sharp-shooting” – The Scotsman

“Kreisler’s keen intellect sees to it that tired subjects are rendered shocking and original… Reflections so clever, you wonder why they aren’t present in the political discourse.” – Fest Magazine

“Political comedy may not change the world, but it’s the possibility that exposing a little bit of hypocrisy will keep people engaged that keeps Kreisler and other politically and socially motivated comics going.”  – The Boston Globe

“It’s a great time to see a political comic, and you’ll struggle to find better than Jeff Kreisler… With slick and witty poise he mixes wry observation on current affairs with quirky bouts of surrealism” – Three Weeks

About Get Rich Cheating, the book & show:

“You’ll be laughing all the way to the bank, assuming other cheaters haven’t forced it into bankruptcy yet.” – Rachel Maddow (MSNBC)

“A very funny book with a very timely message” – Terry Jones (Monty Python)

“Catcher in the Rye for evildoers” – Penthouse Magazine

“Laugh out loud – roaring!” – CNBC

“A brilliant and brilliantly sustained satirical broadside. On just about every page, you’ll find a pithy, pointed barb worthy of the late great George Carlin” – Tony Hendra (Father Joe, George Carlin’s “Last Words”)

“A Michael Moore-esque rallying cry” – Time Out New York

“Like all good satire, comedian Jeff Kreisler’s fake wealth-building seminar gets closer to the truth than the putative objects of its scorn.” – Show Showdown

“Pitch perfect satire” – Theater Is Easy