Comedian/Actor Jon Reep (Last Comic Standing) at the Improv
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Jon Reep graduated from North Carolina State University 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts in Theater, Mass Communication, and Public & Personal communication. A year later, he hit the road as a full-time traveling comic.
In 2000, he moved to Los Angeles to try his hand at an acting career. He played the pot smoking farmer "Raymus" from the movie Harold and Kumar escape from Guantanamo Bay, and the dim witted cop "Gerald Bob" from the ABC Sitcom Rodney. But you probably know him from Dodge Truck's popular ad campaign as the "Hemi guy". He's known to millions as the redheaded hillbilly in the Dodge Ram commercials who leans out of a beat-up car and utters the now famous line: "That thing gotta Hemi?"
But before all that, he was already one of the hardest working comics in America, selling out clubs and getting standing ovations at college after college across the country. As a comedian you may have seen him winning season 5 of "Last Comic Standing" on NBC. Maybe you've seen him on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" or the half-hour special "Comedy Central Presents: Jon Reep". He's also been seen on TBS's "Pit Stop Comedy", NBC's "Late Friday" and CMT's "Comedy Club" & "Comedy Stage."