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About Dr. Iseman

Regularly entertaining medical professionals with the skills of a professional comedian and the experience of a medical doctor, Dr. Matt Iseman finds humor in an industry that too often forgets the importance of laughter.

An honors graduate of Princeton University and the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Iseman headed home to the University of Colorado for a residency in Internal Medicine. Now based out of Los Angeles, he is a licensed physician and a professional comedian who captivates audiences from all walks of life with his hilarious presentations that revolve around his real-life experiences as a physician.

Combining an energetic, charismatic stage presence with incisive material, Dr. Iseman skewers topics from lunchtime conferences on morbidity and mortality to "pager duels" to malpractice woes. Always hilarious and ever respectful of the profession, he has performed for hospital meetings, medical conferences and pharmaceutical company events from coast to coast, reminding healthcare professionals that, while laughter may not cure diseases, it can make them a little less painful.

Audiences may recognize Dr. Iseman as the host of "Sports Soup," an original series on the Versus channel that takes an irreverent look at the state of sports and the people who play and report on them. Dr. Iseman also appears as the GoTo Guy on The Style Network's top show, "Clean House." He's hosted "Casino Night" and the National Vocabulary Championships on the Game Show Network, as well as "Scream Play" on E! Entertainment Television. Building on his improvisational background with The Groundlings in Los Angeles, Dr. Iseman has appeared in numerous national commercials and television shows, including "NCIS," "Courting Alex," "The Drew Carey Show," and "Mad TV," as well as the daytime drama, "General Hospital." Recently he appeared once again on Fox News' "Red Eye."

After being selected as one of only ten comedians in the nation to perform at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, Dr. Iseman decided to take his comedy around the world. Following an overwhelming response to two sold-out USO shows at Kunsan Air Force Base in Kunsan, Korea, he was invited to headline a tour throughout Europe in March 2003, hitting 15 bases in 18 days. Dr. Iseman has since returned overseas to entertain troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia, and Hungary, and he continues to headline major comedy clubs across the United States.