Comedian Kyle Shire was raised in Chicago, IL and now based out of LA, where he is pursuing his dream of being a national touring comedian/homosexual superweapon.

At 6'5'', 250lbs, Kyle Shire is larger than life both physically and stylistically. His loud, high energy, irreverent, rant based, comedy is like if Paul Lynde and Lewis Black had an angry, hairy baby and made it watch anime for 28 years.

Juxtaposing a gruff voice, nerdy references, and a sassy flourish, Kyle revels in playing with stereotypes and audience expectations. With eight years of experience, Kyle has worked with comedians such as Margaret Cho, Marc Maron, Dave Foley, and Kyle Kinane.

Kyle also hosts and commentates for Machinima's Inside eSports as well as acting and doing voice over work. His monthly variety show Cobra Juice has been at the Steve Allen Theater for over 3 years.


TV/Film Credits

  • Laughs (FOX)
  • Me & My Grandma (YouTube Red)
  • Machinima's Inside eSports (Verizon GO90)
  • "One Night in Karazhan" Commercial (Blizzard)
  • Anchorage Morning Show KTUU
  • Phantasm V (David Hartman Dir)
  • Out On A Limb (Frequency TV)

Shows & Comedy Clubs

  • Cobra Juice at the Steve Allen Theater (Host & Creator)
  • RSVP Cruises (Holland America, Carribean Cruise, Feature)
  • Opens for Tracey Ashley, Jeff Richards, & Erin Foley 
  • Erin Foley's Gays R Us
  • Beth Lapides's Uncabaret
  • The Improv (Hollywood, Ontario, Chicago)
  • The Comedy Store Roast Battle
  • Flappers (Burbank, Claremont)
  • Koots (Anchorage, AK)
  • Comedy's Best Kept Secret Tour 2015


  • Sirius XM eSports
  • The Pandora Boxx Show on UBNradio.com


  • World Series of Comedy 2017 - Semi Finalist (The Comedy Palace, San Diego, CA)
  • Crom Comedy Festival 2016
  • Make Me Laugh Oakland 2015 - Winner
  • San Diego Comedy Festival 2015
  • Burbank Comedy Festival 2014


  • Columbia College Chicago (BA in Television Writing, Minor in Theater)
  • iO Chicago (Levels 1-5b)
  • UCB (Levels 1-3)
  • Second City LA (Sketch Writing)
  • The Piven Theater Workshop (Young People's Company)