Vic Henley

VIC HENLEY is a true comedy veteran. Though he was born in Alabama, don’t let his slow southern charm fool you—Vic’s standup is quick-witted and his delivery could out-race Nascar. With an innate ability to turn perfectly reasonable adults into guffawing idiots, Vic’s comedy and charisma have made him a crowd favorite all over the world.

Among his achievements, Vic has performed at HBO’s US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Montreal’s Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, as well as The Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. His success led to a slew of BBC TV appearances on standup and talk shows, and he has since been seen on CBS, NBC, FOX, MTV, Bravo, and CMT. Vic was a VH-1 VJ, has his own Comedy Central Presents special and has performed on The Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.  

Vic is co-author of the national bestselling book Games Rednecks Play with fellow comedian Jeff Foxworthy. He also combined his writing and performing skills to work on the Sacha Baron Cohen feature film, Bruno. Not only involved in the pop culture arena, Vic’s popularity in the corporate markets has landed him many high-profile gigs including co-hosting an event with former President George H.W. Bush.

With an easy style that covers a variety of topics, Vic is fast-paced funny. Always the gentleman, Vic performed at CMT’s Comedy Salute To The Troops where host Ron White called him “a sweet southern boy with a sharp tongue.” Clever and charming, Vic brings southern standup to a whole new level of laughter.