'This has to work, ain't no plan B,' bellows 'Quake' in his branded language. As a favorite of Howard Stern and Bill Maher, Earthquake became a formidable talent of the mid-90's explosion of televised urban comedy in the form of BET's ComicView and HBO's Def Comedy Jam. Quake set up shop in Atlanta and opened Uptown Comedy Corner. Other notable appearance include HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher, Comedy Central Presents: EARTHQUAKE!, Jamie Foxx's Comedy Central special Laffapalooza!, HBO One Night Stand, MadTV, and Everybody Hates Chris. Big screen film credits include Clerk´s II, Barnyard and the upcoming Something Like Business. In 2009 Earthquake would receive critical acclaim for his Just for Laughs stand-up performance and his appearances on TV One's Roast and Toast: John Witherspoon and the 17th Annual Trumpet Awards. Earthquake will bring in the new year with the highly anticipated Shaquille O'Neal's Comedy All-Star Comedy Jam.