Jul 4, 2013

Aaron's new YouTube show: Watch It for You

May 3, 2012

Reviews for Stand-up Comedian, Aaron Kleiber

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"...when Kleiber stepped on stage to warm up the crowd, everyone was a bit stiff. It didn’t take him long to win the crowd over though, cleverly engaging both the students and parents in the room. A joke about his love for powdered confections and subsequent resemblance to Bobby Brown had a lot of the parents in the room in a serious chuckle. Kleiber got everyone laughing when he instructed the parents to explain it to their kids after the show. He did the same in reverse when he made some pop culture references that the parents didn’t get and told the students to fill them in later. When Kleiber’s time was up, he had really gotten the crowd to unwind."
- Opening for Josh Blue at Bloomsburg University, Matt N.


Oct 11, 2011

Podcast with ME and HATERS FOR HIRE: Sept 2011


Burning social currency, the death of Steve Guttenberg, and a lovely chat about Pittsburgh comedy with Aaron Kleiber on the September 29th 2011 podcast.
Listen to the Episode (this link is for offsite users)

Sep 29, 2011

West Penn Power Commerical with a Director's Cut

"First Energy Power/West Penn Power/Choice Power" Commercial, 2011 


Here is the version that aired on television.

Here is the director's cut.

Sep 24, 2011

"Help Me, Help You" releases on DVD - Sept 22nd, 2011!

"Help Me, Help You" releases on DVD - September 22nd, 2011!

Film I co-starred with Sabrina Bryan (Cheetah Girls, Dancing with the Stars) - playing her husband Tom. Also starring Richard Kind, Steve Guttenberg and Rondell Sheridan. Directed by Ravi Godse. (Formerly titled; 'If It Ain't Broke, Break It')

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Help Me, Help You is available with a money-back guarantee. If you don’t like the movie, you can request your purchase price back and get an apology from the director. AND you get to keep the DVD. Buy it here, watch it, and if you don’t like it, send us an email with your name and order number. No reason is required. We work on the honor system; your word is good enough.

Sep 20, 2011

GILDA'S CLUB Fundraiser 'Great Comic Search' FINALS, Sept. 22, 2012

***UPDATE: I won. It was a lot of fun and Gilda's Club raised over $35,000! thanks for your support!

Hey friends - I'm competing as a finalist in the GILDA'S CLUB 'Great Comic Search'.  There are many of my friends that have been affected by Cancer & I would love for some of you to come support an amazing place like Gilda's Club - Here are the details below:

The FINALS show will be held at The Improv @ the Waterfront
LAUGHING IN THE FACE OF CANCER is the culminating event of our annual "Faces of Gilda’s Club" campaign, which began three years ago during Young Adult Cancer Awareness week in April.  The campaign consists of outstanding individuals who commit to raising money and funds for Gilda’s Club throughout a 6-month period between April and September.  All proceeds will be used to fund the Clubhouse located at 2816 Smallman St in the Strip, where a philosophy of "cancer support for the whole family, the whole time" is brought to life by developing programs that support those whose lives are affected by cancer.

100% of the proceeds will go to Gilda's Club of Western PA! 

Sep 9, 2011


The Lionsgate film, WARRIOR, I filmed over two years ago, releases today. I was able to see a private screening of the film a couple weeks ago with my friend; Mercury Men's, Mark Tierno.
It truly is a great film worthy of any awards it will receive. Tom Hardy is spectacular and Nick Nolte hasn't been this good in a long time. 
I was happy to know about the film before I saw it - my friend, Sean Collier, saw it a press screening and he let me now I was pretty much cut from the entire film - my closeup, my Russian dialogue, my Russian accent - I played Koba's Manager, played by Kurt Angle - and even all his dialogue was cut & most of his scenes that weren't him fighting. That's showbiz, right?

Go see Warrior - it's a great film, who employed lots of Pittsburghers.