Craig Shoemaker (born November 15, 1958) is an American comedian, writer, and voice actor. He is best known for his baritone-voiced character, The Lovemaster, which he routinely portrays in his comedy act. In 1997 he was named Funniest Male Stand-Up Comic at the American Comedy Awards.
Shoemaker grew up in the Philadelphia area and graduated from Springfield Township High School. He attended Temple University, majoring in radio, television and theater, but transferred to California University of Pennsylvania and received a bachelor of arts degree before pursuing his career."
Craig Shoemaker is a comedian from Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania.
He attended Springfield Township High School.
He has performed on many different stand-up comedy programs including Comic Relief and Comedy Central Presents.
Shoemaker has also guest-starred on many sitcoms and movies, including Diagnosis: Murder and Scream 2.
He was host of the game show My Generation on VH1 which aired in 1998. Additionally, he was co-host of The Magic Hour with Magic Johnson.
He is the founder of the Laughter Heals charity that uses comedy to brighten the spirits of sick and injured people.
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