Standing almost 7 feet tall, Alex Moore is a true comedic giant. With his unique prospective and nonchalant delivery he brings big laughs everywhere he goes. Originally from the east coast, Alex moved to Los Angeles From Maine to pursue a Stand-up career after spending years working blue collar jobs. His down to earth, campfire-like style has quickly earned him a place at the table in the stand-up comedy world. Not long after moving to Los Angeles his look caught the attention of casting directors and he was put to work almost immediately. His TV Appearances include NBC’s “My Name is Earl” and “Studio 60 on Sunset Strip”, FOX tv’s “MadTV” and ABC’s “The View”. His film credits include “Dirty Jokes: The Movie”, “Identity Crisis”, and Ted L. Nancy’s “Memoirs of a Nut”. He’s also appeared on numerous national TV commercials. In his spare time Alex enjoys short walks to theme restaurants, Free refills, comfortable chairs and dipping things in blue cheese.