Perry Strong is a comedian, actor, and musician working and living in Brooklyn, NY.

 
 
 

As a comedian, his comedic style is brazen, unapologetic, charismatic and thought provoking, as he can be seen performing regularly at clubs in NYC and Los Angeles. He has earned himself the reputation of an edgy, “bewitching” performer winning over even the most skeptical audiences. Nationally Perry has performed at Joker’s Wild in New Haven, CT, Cape Fear Comedy Festival in Wilmington, NC and has been featured At The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY with Hannibal Buress and was a guest performing on Rick Crom's birthday roast at The Village Underground. August 31st he featured at The Funny Stop in Ohio with Headliner Sean Lynch. 

As an actor, Perry has starred and directed in many short films including “You Good!” and “The Stick” which screened to enthusiastic audiences in 2014 and 2015. In 2016 Perry was featured as a prankster on the hit MTV show Ladylike. He has also been featured on VH1’s 100 Greatest Women In Music, as well as in all five episodes of VH1′s 100 Sexiest Music Artists in 2013. Perry has also been featured in a spoof commercial, shown on TruTv’s World’s Smartest Inventions. Perry’s most recent work as a lead actor is in the new full length feature film “Overcast," which will be released and shown in festivals throughout the US in 2018. 

Perry’s latest artistic venture is a comedic album of original music called Mandom - Mandom Encounters, which he has also wrote, performed, and produced. In the style of and inspired by WeenReggie and The Full Effect, and The Lonely IslandMandom Encounters is a comedy soundtrack to a fun night of partying and frolicking. 

Along with his many other talents, Perry is also a fifteen year veteran with a solid and ongoing career as a freelance media professional. His camera operating, producing, editing skills have given him the unique opportunity to direct short films and shoot reality television.

Someone wrote that about me,

Perry

 

 

 

"The stars are laughing at us."

-Andy Partridge of XTC