WHO IS KRISTIN KEY? She’s a comedian, a musician, a writer, and a baller at crocheting. Kristin Key stood in line for seven hours to become one of the youngest contestants on “Last Comic Standing!” True story. At 19, while in college to become a paramedic, she decided to try stand-up at the local comedy club. As soon as she took the stage, it was obvious she had found what she had been looking for. Audiences couldn’t help but love the rapid-fire style of comedy coming from the “Preacher’s Kid”, and though female comics struggled to find work she was booked not for being a woman, but for simply being funny. After being seen by millions of comedy fans on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” she moved to Los Angeles and has continued to utilize opportunities in radio, television, writing, and live performance. Kristin is frequent guest on the nationally broadcast “Bob and Tom Show” and is often played on Sirius and XM Satellite Radio for her own specials as well as radio shows, including National Lampoon Comedy and The Comedy Channel. Of course, she still blazes across the country performing live in comedy clubs and universities leaving audiences in stitches wherever she goes.