This world is full of surprises, and the stand-up comedy of Chris Doucette is no exception. Weighing in at 110 pounds and measuring under 5'7", Chris is living proof that big things really do come in small packages. From "Rated G" to "Rated Edgy", Chris surprises every audience by tackling the toughest topics with with and charm. Chris also represents the next generation of gay comedians. His audience knows he's gay and he uses it to full advantage without resorting to stereotypes or cliches. He's fun for gay and straight audiences alike. His humor is current, topical, and completely original. Said one audience member, "I hate stand-up comedy - but you, you made me laugh out loud!"
Chris has been selected as a feature comic at the Charleston Comedy Festival, Baltimore Comedy Festival, Baltimore Artscape Festival, and headlined the Ganymede Arts Festival in Washington, DC. Chris has shared the stage with Hal Sparks, Tony Woods, Judy Gold, and Elvira Kurt. He has performed on FOX, NPR, The Joey Reynolds Show, and Comedy Nonsense on WJFK 106.7 FM. He has appeared in The Washington Post Express, Miami Sun-Sentinel, Metro Weekly, Next Magazine, and the Village Voice. He has performed for clubs and colleges like Gotham Comedy Club, Comix Comedy Club, Fordham University, Washington State University, and more. The blogs love him, too: he's been featured in Brightest Young Things, The New Gay, and The Gay Places.