Keith Lowell Jensen
Keith Lowell Jensen is the director of sketch-comedy troupe I Can’t Believe It’s Not Comedy, the host of the comedy series Funny Peculiar, and a co-founder of (and first retiree from) the Trash Film Orgy. In his spare time, he dresses like a banana and begs for money for his upcoming panhandling documentary, Why Lie? I Need a Drink. For more information about his work history and sex life, visit his blogs “All My Jobs” and “All My Kisses” at rockass.net.
When he’s not playing a naked superhero, a lizard boy, or a vagina puppeteer for the sketch-comedy troupe I Can’t Believe It’s Not Comedy, comedian Ben Miller channels his dark side into collaborations with local horror purveyors Apprehensive Films. His orginal short film Scalped premiered at the Crest Theatre in 2005. Miller attributes his comedic success to “his uncanny resemblance to a monkey.”
Let Hill be the first to explain to you the difference between DJ and radio personality: “I don’t know the first thing about spinning, but I sure as hell know how to act like a dork in public.” There it is, folks. Hill will be doing her best renditions of dork on our second stage with a selection of our Jammies musicians. She is willing to accept bribes of Tootsie Rolls, pinot noir, and Pet Shop Boys’ Discography, and can be heard on air every weekday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on KWOD 106.5.
Jim Morrison and Andy Warhol*
*Not really. They’re just actors.
Despite being dead for more than three decades, Jim Morrison reigns as one of the sexiest rock gods of all time. Frontman for the Doors, the original rider on the storm, and now a posthumous Sammies performer, Morrison still lights our fire.
Founder of the pop-art painting movement, Warhol’s lifestyle was as influential as his artwork. Though he survived an assasination attempt in 1968, he succumbed to complications during gallbladder surgery in 1987. The Sammies are grateful to Warhol for deigning to come back from the grave for this event.