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Walter Campbell

Walter Campbell

Beyond his silliness, his versatility and energy mixed in with his clean and relevant comedy enables him to reach people of all nationalities and backgrounds. His wit, animation, and charm create uncontrollable laughter and amusement in his stand-up routines or as Master of Ceremonies.

He works with and opens for national entertainers such as Sinbad, Mary J. Blige, Boyz II Men, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, The O'Jays, Gerald Albright, Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary, DL Hughley, Sheryl Underwood, Richard Lewis, Gospel Comedian Marcus D. Wiley, as well as parody king Weird Al Yankovic.

As a skilled Master of Ceremonies, Walter has played host to over 100 events like the Sickle Cell Anemia Comedy Show Fundraiser, the United States Air Force Ball, as well as entertaining an audience of 8,000 as the host at Baylor University's Stomp Fest since 2005.

While serving 20 years on active duty in the US Air Force, Walter was hand-picked to tour with Air Force premiere entertainment ensemble, Tops in Blue All-Stars Tour to undisclosed military locations for 15 special holiday concerts for our deployed service members serving abroad. In 2007, he was selected as the winner of the “Funniest Person in South Texas Comedy Competition”. Throughout his 20 years' experience, Walt has performed in over 25 countries, including a pit stop at NASCAR's Daytona 500 in 2002. Always giving back, he now serves as the host of the United States Air Force Worldwide Talent Competition every year since 2002.

Beyond his silliness, his versatility and energy mixed in with his clean and relevant comedy enables him to reach people of all nationalities and backgrounds. His wit, animation, and charm create uncontrollable laughter and amusement in his stand-up routines or as Master of Ceremonies.

He works with and opens for national entertainers such as Sinbad, Mary J. Blige, Boyz II Men, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, The O'Jays, Gerald Albright, Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary, DL Hughley, Sheryl Underwood, Richard Lewis, Gospel Comedian Marcus D. Wiley, as well as parody king Weird Al Yankovic.

As a skilled Master of Ceremonies, Walter has played host to over 100 events like the Sickle Cell Anemia Comedy Show Fundraiser, the United States Air Force Ball, as well as entertaining an audience of 8,000 as the host at Baylor University's Stomp Fest since 2005.

While serving 20 years on active duty in the US Air Force, Walter was hand-picked to tour with Air Force premiere entertainment ensemble, Tops in Blue All-Stars Tour to undisclosed military locations for 15 special holiday concerts for our deployed service members serving abroad. In 2007, he was selected as the winner of the “Funniest Person in South Texas Comedy Competition”. Throughout his 20 years' experience, Walt has performed in over 25 countries, including a pit stop at NASCAR's Daytona 500 in 2002. Always giving back, he now serves as the host of the United States Air Force Worldwide Talent Competition every year since 2002.

Beyond his silliness, his versatility and energy mixed in with his clean and relevant comedy enables him to reach people of all nationalities and backgrounds. His wit, animation, and charm create uncontrollable laughter and amusement in his stand-up routines or as Master of Ceremonies.

He works with and opens for national entertainers such as Sinbad, Mary J. Blige, Boyz II Men, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, The O'Jays, Gerald Albright, Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary, DL Hughley, Sheryl Underwood, Richard Lewis, Gospel Comedian Marcus D. Wiley, as well as parody king Weird Al Yankovic.

As a skilled Master of Ceremonies, Walter has played host to over 100 events like the Sickle Cell Anemia Comedy Show Fundraiser, the United States Air Force Ball, as well as entertaining an audience of 8,000 as the host at Baylor University's Stomp Fest since 2005.

While serving 20 years on active duty in the US Air Force, Walter was hand-picked to tour with Air Force premiere entertainment ensemble, Tops in Blue All-Stars Tour to undisclosed military locations for 15 special holiday concerts for our deployed service members serving abroad. In 2007, he was selected as the winner of the “Funniest Person in South Texas Comedy Competition”. Throughout his 20 years' experience, Walt has performed in over 25 countries, including a pit stop at NASCAR's Daytona 500 in 2002. Always giving back, he now serves as the host of the United States Air Force Worldwide Talent Competition every year since 2002.