Kyle Erby


Kyle Erby 
is known as that guy from the Progressive “Man Cave” commercials. He can be heard daily on the internationally syndicated radio program, Sheryl Underwood Radio, and weekly on The MRA Podcast with Kyle & Kamal. He won Joke of the Day honors on TruTV’s Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks for his stand-up performance “Black Folks Stick Together.”

Kyle is a MUST SEE for stand-up comedy fans. He is originally from Rialto, California in the IE (The Inland Empire, 60 miles east of LA), and was called "The IE's Funny Man" by the SAN BERNARDINO SUN and the INLAND VALLEY DAILY NEWS. The papers praised him for his ability to mix written material with improvisation to deliver a "custom show" to his stand-up comedy audiences. Kyle's specialty is breaking down relationships from his mannish point of view.

He started in show business as an intern at “The Tonight Show.”  After being told by Jay Leno that he should try stand-up, Kyle left the Tonight Show to pursue his own career. 

Kyle’s done 19 national commercials for companies like Progressive, Honda, Pennzoil, Coke, Pepsi, Bob, Wal Mart, Radio Shack with Howie Long and Terry Bradshaw, Miller Lite, and a Bud Light ad that aired during the “Super Bowl.” Kyle guest starred on the hit IFC show, “Maron”, co-starred in Criminal Minds, Life in Pieces, Modern Family, and shot a relationship talk show pilot executive produced by comedy legend Chris Rock.   

Kyle finished in the top 25 at the Boston Comedy Festival, did Skull Fest in Atlanta, The Highlarious Comedy Festival in Seattle, The World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas, and was a semifinalist for NBC’s Stand-Up for Diversity in New York city. He also finished in the top 6 out of 9,100 in the Austin Film Festival for a spec he wrote.  


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