Eric Thompson has been delighting and entertaining audiences since the early 1980’s with his unique style of comedy, magic, and illusions. Eric is an accomplished comedic magician, a veteran of hundreds of venues including comedy clubs, theaters, college campuses and corporate events. Outside his career, Eric has served on several boards for philanthropic, civic, business, and professional organizations over the years in his efforts to make his community and the region surrounding his home and business a better place to live, work, and play.
ERIC THOMPSON SHOW NOTES
- The Ohio comedy scene in the 1980’s
- Marc Weiner
- Comedian Pat Paulsen
- Lingerie models and comedy show – a good mix?
- The Johnny Carson Channel on SiriusXM
- Comedian Bruce Baum
- Performing for chickens
- Using comedy to impact lives around the world
- Million Miles, Million Smiles
And a whole lot more!
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