The Funniest Man You've Never Heard Of, Ken Rogerson started his comedy career working the Chicago club circuit and at the famed Second City. After touring with the improvisational troupe The Comedy Rangers, Ken moved east and became a central part of the now famous and infamous exploding Boston comedy scene of the 1980's as documented in the film "When Standup Stood Out". There he honed his standup act to a fine edge ". sharp enough to cut the head off a rabbit at thirty yards."
Fresh off the Rescue Me Comedy Tour and recently completing taping the Billy Gardell Showtime Special you may also have seen him as "Kevin the Biker Fireman" on F/X's hit show "Rescue Me" starring Denis Leary or as "Pat the Cop" on ABC's "It's All Relative" with Lenny Clarke. He has also made numerous other television appearances on such shows as NBC's , "Late night with Conan O'Brien", "The Late Show with David Letterman", "Comics Come Home" for Comedy Central and Showtime's "A Pair of Jokes" just to name a few. Of the time he spends working in Los Angeles, Rogerson says "Being in L.A. is weird for me, because I grew up on Earth."
A national headliner, Ken has performed all over the world. A favorite at Festivals, he appeared at The Boston Comedy Festival with Lewis Black and Friends and the TBS Comedy Festival in Las Vegas. The Boston Herald says "He makes the absurd seem logical" Las Vegas Magazine wrote, "As far as pure stand-up goes, it doesn't get any better than Rogerson." Others have written "He is fall down on the floor funny! Why doesn't this guy have his own show?" and "He's as funny a comic as Boston has produced."
A writer, sketch player, actor and comedian, Ken wrote and starred in comedy film pieces on Fox Television Network's "Sunday Comics" and has made film appearances in "Fever Pitch" and "There's Something About Mary."
Life with Ken Rogerson is a wild ride "I was out driving the other day and I had an accident. I hit a lake."