Jay Mohr

Jay Mohr is an alumnus of Saturday Night Live, one of the stars of Jerry Maguire, the former Last Comic Standing host, and the star of Gary Unmarried. Jay frequently contributes to both The Jim Rome Show and Opie and Anthony. Known for his impressions, Jay has provided voices for Saints Row 2, Leisure Suit Larry, The Simpsons and more. His first foray into literature came in 2010 when he authored No Wonder My Parents Drank: Tales from a Stand-Up Dad.

Guest Appearances

June 5, 2019

Going fishing with Jay Mohr.

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May 11, 2017

Taking shelter with Jay Mohr.

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January 17, 2017

Join special guest host Jay Mohr as he sits down with fellow comedian Joe DeRosa (The Pete Holmes Show, Better Call Saul) to chat about comic feuds, difficulty opening Pop-Tarts, and being insulted by puppets.

December 6, 2016

Join Kevin as he sits down with actor and comedian Jay Mohr (Mohr Stories, Jerry Maguire). With much conversational digression, Jay chats about painting pictures with words and how never to do an impression of ‘them’ for ‘them’.

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July 1, 2016

Incredible comedian, impressionist, and actor Jay Mohr returns to the calming shores of Sklarbro Country! Jay joins Randy and Jason to chat about hosting the NHL awards, LeBron James’ “I’m coming home” letter, witnessing one of the greatest rewrites in the history of Saturday Night Live, and his relationship with Buddy Hackett. Plus, we hear Jerry Jones’ response to ex-quarterback Jake Plummer’s recent comments about him.

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March 5, 2015

Mark Wahlberg (Daniel Van Kirk) is back to entertain and inform the fine folks at the UCB-Sunset Theatre in Los Angeles with his very famous friends Harvey Keitel (Jay Mohr), Nicolas Cage (Kenny Stevenson), Manny Pacquiao (Marques Ray), and Tony Sam. They’ll discuss the Oscars, how to stop ISIS, the new version of Tinder, and many more important things.