Joby Saad

Growing up in Nashville Tennessee, Joby read of Harry Houdini, the stage and was performing children's magic shows most weekends by age 12. Joby say's "Dad would build the props, and mom would give me props". His dad worked at WSM television building sets and his mother was the staff artist, assist art director at Opryland Theme park designing everything Opryland. When the tricks didn't work the laughs started flowing giving Joby the outlet to do what he really wanted, comedy. Returning to the stage it was comedy writer Mike Price and Disney Star Jim Varney that encouraged him to leave Nashville to pursue stand up after becoming a regular at Zanies Comedy Club. Zanies and Zanies manager Lenny Sisselman gave Joby the opportunity to perform with the top comedians at the time, Tim Allen, Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Rob Schneider, Paula Poundstone. Concert promoter Steve Moore hired Joby to open for his concerts, Steve Moore later becoming head of CMA Association. Soon Joby was headlining all the top Comedy Clubs and was a regular guest on Nashville Networks Ralph Emery, Crook and Chase and many others.Most recently Joby was chosen out of hundreds of comedians to be featured on a new television series "Stand Up Neurotica" that follows the behind the scenes exploits of a comedy club staff, Joby being the night club comedian. Shot on location at New York city's famed "Stand Up New York' on the upper west side, where Sienfeld and many others built their reputations.

Joby can currently be seen on Casino Boss playing the role of Jimbo, the former x boxer turned floor manager on Spectrum TV. He is co producer and performer for the annual Clean Comedy Challenge along with Leslie Norris Townsend which promotes Clean Comedy for younger comedians as well as veterans. His DRYBAR Comedy Special just released was to positive reviews, the short clips quickly garnered 100k views.