Comedy veteran and world traveler, Louis Ramey loves what he does for a living, performing stand-up comedy over the past 20 years. Louis can be seen currently hosting TV Land Prime Movie Block's. Other recent TV appearances include TBS Presents: A Very Funny Festival: Just For Laughs, and TBS Promo's Bitcoms. He has been all over TV and the Net. You have seen him as a finalist on NBC's Last Comic Standing, NBC's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, ABC Daytime's The View and NBC's Last Call with Carson Daly among many other television appearances in the U.S., Canada and abroad. Voted by students as"Campus Performer of the Year", Louis Ramey is a strong headliner who is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.

Louis Ramey television appearances include:

Last Comic Standing - NBC 
The Nick At Nite Road Crew - Nickelodeon Host 2003-2007 
THE TONIGHT SHOW, with Jay Leno - NBC 
LAST CALL with Carson Daly - NBC 
The View - ABC 
40 Most Awesomely Bad Love Songs Ever - VH1 
20 Most Awesomely Bad Songs of 2004 - VH1 
The Halifax Comedy Festival 2004 - CBC 
The World Stands Up 2004 - Comedy Central 
Premium Blend - Comedy Central 
USO Tour - Comedy Central 
World Comedy Tour - Comedy Central 
Comedy Central Presents: Louis Ramey - Comedy Central 
TOUGH CROWD with Colin Quinn - Comedy Central 
It's Showtime at the Apollo - NBC 
48 Hours - CBS 

Currently filming "Cleared for Standup" for the Travel Channel airing later this year.

 "The first act to take to the stage is a huge presence, not just physically. Louis Ramey’s comic talent has plucked him from his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, and taken him all around the world, earning him a wealth of experience which he uses to superb effect tonight. His incredible poise and smooth delivery have the entirety of the audience captivated, while his range of edifying facial expressions and impeccable sound effects embellish his flawless material.

Ramey exhibits the admirable ability to conjure comedy from awkwardness, continually turning his attention to a front row father’s daughters and referencing his preference of a taser to a red rose. At times, the audience is scarcely allowed to catch their breath, as his lewd lampooning brings the house down."