About Apollo Night w/ R-Jay
For every entertainer of whom the world loses, another is born to carry on the torch. There is not a more appropriate moment in time to introduce this entertainer to the industry. Comedian R-Jay is rapidly growing as a professional while bringing stage energy like no other. His hilarious observation of everyday life will have you rolling out of your seats throughout his entire performance. With his relatable witty cultural humor, some audience mistakes him as a member of the Murphy family. He is clearly determined to attain the same success. Born in Cape, Haiti September 22, 1979, Renand (R-Jay) Jean began his career as a means of overcoming “The Great Recession”. For R-Jay the recession had become a blessing in disguise unlocking and unleashing his unknown comedic talent unto the world. R-Jay has performed at many popular venues and comedy clubs including The Miami, Palm Beach & Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Zone, (Tallahassee), and the list goes on. He frequently appears as a guest host for “The New York Comedy Club”, Boca Raton, Florida. He also currently host his own “The Comedy Room” located at the elegant Top Chefs restaurant in North Lauderdale, Florida. He has often collaborated with Gary D. Wright a professional radio announcer for South Florida's two number one urban radio stations, 99 Jamz (99.1 fm) and Hot 105 (105.1 fm) none of which have yet to be proven disappointments. His appearance also include performing at “Steppin Out Monday’s” sponsored by “X-Klusiv Records” in Hallandale Beach, Florida. R-Jay’s growing popularity has earned him the privileged of performing internationally. His most recent international work includes the “Bill Fish Blast” in Abaco, Bahamas. Along with his comedic presence R-Jay aspires to become an actor on the main screen. His use of act-out’s, accents and imitations prove that this aspiration is not farfetched. R-Jay greatly appreciates those who have provided support along his journey. His motto states that “without the fans, the show can not go on”.