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Known as “Uncle Lar”, Larry Reeb is the wise-cracking, politically-incorrect relative everyone has. Like any concerned relative, “Uncle Lar” wants to help. So in his own way, he does—he gives tips. “Uncle Lar” gives tips on everything from marriage to lotteries to children, always topping it off with “that’s a tip from your Uncle Lar”. Reeb has appeared in “Billy Gardell Presents Road Dogs” on Showtime, in HBO’s “Opening Night at Rodney’s Place” hosted by Rodney Dangerfield, and in “Last Comic Standing” on NBC. He’s also made numerous radio appearances on “The Bob & Tom Show”.
Born and crazed in Meridian, Mississippi—currently residing in the Memphis, Tennessee area—Greg approaches comedy with a “unique” voice and a laid-back style. His inspirations for comedy are drawn from everyday life and his childhood. Being the only male raised in a home of women gave Greg an uncommon view of the world. Often mislabeled as “different than the other boys”, he would use comedy to make friends, leveraging a sarcastic tongue and sharp wit to keep bullies at bay. Greg’s early comedic influences came from listening to his mother’s party albums, consisting of Moms Mabley, Pigmeat Markham, Jerry Clower, and Richard Pryor.