26 Years Full Time!
Bob Cates is a Canadian Juggling Champion, clean comedian, and physical variety artist. Bob grew up on a farm, and his small-town charm, clean comedy, and witty sense of humour have won him fans all across the nation. He keeps the crowd laughing with fast-paced comedy routines involving advanced juggling, wild unicycling and balancing skills, and an insane real plate spinning finale that has to be seen to be believed. Perfect for corporate events, galas, dinners, fund-raisers, volunteer appreciation nights, church events, outreach events, faith-based events. Google "Comedy in Motion" to see more on our website. (Now based in Florida during the winter!)
Comedy in Motion was awarded BEST VARIETY ACT at the Canadian Comedy Awards.
Bob was awarded ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR at the Canadian Event Industry Awards.
Also, he's the only variety act ever nominated for BEST ONE MAN SHOW at the Canadian Comedy Awards. Not just once, but twice.
"FANTASTIC show! Great entertainer. Bob delivered a truly amazing show and kept the guests entertained from beginning to end. Standing ovations for both shows. Sometimes even after a routine."
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
"You continually amaze our guests and are consistently receiving incredible reviews on our comment cards. I would rate you as the best show we have had here in years."
Ken Martin, Recreation Manager, Bayview Wildwood Resort
Comedy in Motion QUICK FACTS:
-Fully Insured & has a US work visa. He has performed extensively in Canada & the US as well as headlining over 250 Cruise ships
-Has been FULL time since 1995
-Has performed over 3500 shows
-Provides hundreds of LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION & many VIDEOS on his website.
-Provides help with logistics for the evening and tips for helping the night go smoothly
-SAVES YOU MONEY BY providing all tech such as lighting, sound & mics (including intelligent lights, smoke, lasers, hazers, etc)
-Is CLEAN and APPROPRIATE
-Is VERY easy to work with, and is not a "prima donna"
-Will NEVER embarrass guests and does NOT over-rely on volunteers for the show to succeed