Once described by George Carlin as “An ostrich on PCP”, Flip Schultz, a 30 year veteran of stand up comedy, has definitely made his mark in the world of live entertainment.
Flip lived and worked in Los Angeles for 20 years where his funny and well-crafted jokes, combined with his physicality, improvisation & hilarious characters made him a favorite on the LA comedy scene and a regular at world famous comedy clubs The Hollywood Improv, The Ice House and The Comedy Store. He has toured the world doing shows for the US military in over 10 countries not to mention his own tours of Europe. His social media has also become very popular where several of his clips have gained over a million views.
Throughout his career he has also had the pleasure of sharing the stage with such performers as:
LEWIS BLACK, WAYNE BRADY, BILL BURR, GEORGE CARLIN, DANA CARVEY (contributing writer), DAVE CHAPELLE, JEFF DUHNUM, GREG GIRALDO, LARRY ‘THE CABLE GUY’, KEVIN POLLACK, CRAIG ROBINSON, NICK SWARDSON, THE TEMPTATIONS, DAMON WAYANS & “WEIRD AL” YANKOVIC.
Flip has appeared on several TV shows including Last Comic Standing, The Gong Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live! He’s also made appearances on Comedy Central, HBO, NBC, CBS and ABC. As an actor he’s appeared on TV shows and films, most notably he starred in the cult spoof movie 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil Inside the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (20th Century Fox).
“He’s like an ostrich on PCP!”- George Carlin
“Within seconds, Schultz turns into a manic, mike-wielding madman…” - The Calgary Herald
“You’re like Jerry Seinfeld mixed with Robin Williams” - Dana Carvey (SNL Alumni; star of “Wayne’s World”)
"You're terrific!" - Norman Lear (creator of "All in the Family”)
"You were funny...I told my girlfriend that if we ever have a kid, we're going to name him Flip" - Adam Sandler
“Flip did what his own idols like Howie Mandel & Steve Martin had done for ages. He made intimate contact with the audience.” - The New York Resident
“He performs well-conceived bits that show an acumen for writing and social satire” - The Sun Sentinel