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Chris Cyr is a nationally touring stand-up comedian based out of St. Louis, Missouri. He’s a regular feature and headliner at clubs, theaters, and independent shows around the country. Chris has been a contestant on NPR’s “Ask Me Another” (he lost) and was an expert commentator in a History Channel documentary (about zombies).  He has performed at festivals around the country, including Flyover Comedy Invasion (St. Louis, MO), SnoJam Comedy Festival (Sioux Falls, SD), North Carolina Comedy Festival (Greensboro, NC), and Laugh After Dark Comedy Fest (Las Vegas, NV). Chris has been fortunate enough to open for some of his favorite comics, including Marc Maron, Dick Gregory, Kyle Kinane, Melissa Villsenor, and others.

By combining his love for storytelling with a keen wit and unique writing style, Chris takes audiences on a journey that’s sometimes cerebral, sometimes ridiculous, and always ends in laughter. His album, “Adult Child of Child Parents” was recently released on a national label, and is available on Amazon, iTunes, and wherever you listen to comedy.


Professional Headshots taken by Susan Bennet at Ooh St. Lou Studios in St. Louis, Missouri. Higher or lower resolution photos available upon request.

Sample Set

Sample of material that can be found on Chris’s album, “Adult Child of Child Parents”. Recorded at Helium Comedy, Saint Louis.


1/24/2023 – STLToday – St. Louisan, Chris Cyr, Rides Comedy Album Wave With “Adult Child of Child Parents”:

8/24/2016 – Riverfront Times – Chris Cyr is a Comedian Trying To Make It In St. Louis, Or At Least Make You Laugh:

Radio and Podcast Guest Appearances

Chris has been a guest on a variety of podcasts and radio shows. Here is a sample of his appearances.

National Public Radio

Ask Me Another – Doppelbangers:

Take This Pod And Shove It

A podcast dedicated to helping country music overcome the stigma attached to it. Chris appeared on a live recording at Flyover Comedy Festival in St. Louis, MO. This episode features him playing guitar for 30 seconds.

Sorry, Please Continue

Described as cross between The Moth Radio Hour and Mystery Science Theater 3000, Sorry, Please Continue features some amazing stories told by anyone who wants to participate mixed with commentary from Kenny Kinds, Jeremy Hellwig, Amy Milton, and some hilarious guests.

Episode 122 – Dating:

Episode 113 – Ending It:

Episode 90something – Alcohol:

St. Louis In The Know w/ Ray Hartman – KTRS 550 a.m

12-30-2022 Episode:

7-29-22 Episode:

7-23-2021 Episode –

3-11-2021 Episode:

We Are Live – St. Louis

Multiple Appearances: