Huck Flyn was raised in Southern California and moved to northern California in the late 80s...upon re-connecting with a comedian friend who was on the radio (KFOG), Huck did a guest set at an East Bay club and the crowd went wild. he was offered a spot, thus a new career was born. He brought his guitar on stage with him and became the "Rock n' Roll l comedian."

Thanks to several comics especially, Marty Cohen, Vic Dunlop, and Bruce Baum, he became a regular on the comedy circuit and the crowds immediately took to him and he quickly started working all over. He started at places like the Punch Line, The Comedy Underground, the Riviera Hotel in Vegas and eventually clubs and colleges all across the country.                           
In 1977, while attending a L.A. Kings hockey game, he met and became friends with Chuck Barris. He wound up doing several Gong Shows and a Dating Game. In 1985 Huck Flyn, joined the "Otis Day and the Knights" tour in New York in which Dewayne Jesse reprised his "ANIMAL HOUSE role on the road.                                                                                                                            

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  He’s worked with Rob Schneider, Dana Carvey, Paula Poundstone, Bobby Slayton, Elayne Boozler, The Unknown Comic, just to name a few.  Huck has become a crowd favorite and keeps getting calls to do clubs, concerts, and corporate gigs.

With guitar in hand, Huck has rocked comedy audiences since the early nineties. He is known around the circuit as “The Rock n’ Roll Comedian” and it’s no wonder…He rocks!