RELEASE: The Bert Show Introduces Newest Cast Member Maurice “Moe” Mitchell
Nationally Syndicated Morning Radio Show Welcomes Comedian to Program
On Wednesday morning, The Bert Show officially introduced the newest member of their nationally syndicated morning radio show, Maurice “Moe” Mitchell. Moe joins host Bert Weiss and co-hosts Kristin Klingshirn and Davi Crimmins weekdays from 6:00 a.m. to 10 a.m. EST in over 17 markets, bringing plenty of laughs along with authentic, no-holds-barred conversation about the day’s most talked about topics in the pop culture world.
“I am super excited to be the newest member of this amazing family and I hope to be someone everyone feels like they have known forever,” says Moe Mitchell. “As a stand-up and sometimes sit- down comedian, I am looking forward to filling people’s hearts with joy, and using laughter as med- icine. I really use life experiences to help people experience life.”
Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Moe found his way into comedy by doing voice overs and writ- ing commercials for actor and comedian, D.L. Hughley. Once he got behind the mic, he knew he had found his calling; he has been performing in venues all over the country ever since. He has spent the last couple of years exploring various comedic ventures including launching his witty as- trology videos, “Moements - Why I Hate Your Sign.” He moves to Atlanta from the New York City.
“Moe has the same mentality as the rest of the show when it comes to connecting and showing the intimate sides of his personal life,” says Bert Weiss, host of The Bert Show. “I feel like he's a unique piece and completes our puzzle. He's funny. He's approachable. He’s smart.”
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About The Bert Show
The Bert Show offers a blend of lifestyle advice, national entertainment news, celebrity interviews, humor and on-air community to listeners for 17+ years. The program’s success lies in its lack of for- mula and the openness of the cast members to share the most intimate and vulnerable details of their lives. Since its inception, The Bert Show has grown considerably recently expanding to encom- pass 17 markets. An estimated one million people tune in each week from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. EST. In addition, the show gives back to the community through numerous charitable events and pro- grams, including Bert’s Big Adventure. Bert’s Big Adventure is a nonprofit organization that provides a magical, all-expenses-paid, five-day journey to Walt Disney World® for children with chronic and terminal illnesses and their families.