Show Calendar
Uncle Floyd at 9:30pm - SOLD OUT at Catch Princeton
Saturday, December 28 2019

uncle-floydjpg-2cccd42771b0e081_large.jpgUncle Floyd began his career in show business as a child, dancing at the 1964 World's Fair in New York and at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City. As a high school student he was being groomed by dance and piano instructors to pursue careers in those fields. Finding it difficult to practicing the piano eight hours a day or working out in ballet class, he dropped both in his junior year, performing instead in the drama club.

In high school - on stage he found the sound of laughter more fulfilling than applause. After high school he went right to work in show biz, finding employment in circus, nightclubs, amusement parks, and as a comedian in the few remaining burlesque shows. His varied experiences in the performing arts finally led him to television where he began his own show titled “The Uncle Floyd Show” in New Jersey on January 29, 1974. The show developed a following in the New York-New Jersey area in the 1970’s.

He has appeared as an actor on NBC’s “Law & Order” (twice), ABC’s soap opera “Loving,” “Bill Boggs Comedy Tonight” (syndicated), Nickelodeon's “Turkey TV,” and has filled in for Gilbert Gottfried on USA’s “Up All Night.” Comedy Channel audiences have seen him in the “Dr. Demento Show.” Between all this he managed to get acting roles in several films including “Good Morning Vietnam,” “Crazy People,” “Mr. Wonderful,” “A Pyromaniac’s Love Story,” and “The Clowns Of Babylon.”

Performing live however, has always remained his first love. He has played the Catskill and Pocono Mountains resorts for many years, working the stages at Caesars, The Fernwood, Friar Tuck, Roseland Ranch, Green Lake, The Nevelle Pine Grove, Kelly's, Villa Baglieri and Villa Roma. He has also toured with or opened for many including Jimmy Roselli, Lou Monte Melba Moore, Jerry Vale, Pat Cooper, Al Martino, Pete Seegar, Toni Arden, Julius LaRosa, Tom Chapin, Eddie Rabbit, Jimmy Sturr. Currently living in New Jersey, Floyd appears live about 300 nights a year in clubs and on stage.