The son of an immigrant mother and native American father, Jay LaFarr was raised in a home that fostered his love of America and massive, crippling guilt and self doubt. This comes through in his standup comedy, which is funny, honest and at times disturbing. Performing over 300 sets a year for the last decade and with material that can be relatable to most any of us. A writer for children's shows and a staple of the Texas film scene, you may have seen him on Amazon Prime or Netflix, but most likely in one of the dozens of venues he performs at every year. He regularly performs with the comedians of Humor for Heroes, a non profit that raises money for various US veteran's groups.