About George Willborn
George Vernon Willborn II (January 8) is a Chicago native who got his big break as the house MC at All Jokes Aside in 1992 . All Jokes Aside WAS Chicago’s first primarily African American comedy club. He shared the stage and befriended comedy greats like Jamie Foxx, Bernie Mac and Steve Harvey, just to name a few. During his seven-year stint at All Jokes Aside, George became widely known as... The Stress Reliever!! George went on to perform on many comedy tours, national stage plays and currently, a plethora of Funny Bones and Improvs across the country. In 2015, George landed a supporting role in Spike Lee’s “Chi-raq”
George’s radio career was birthed in 1996 on Clear Channel’s WVAZ V103 – The Mond Squad – John, Bonnie and George (1996-2006)! In the upcoming years, during 2006 – 2008, George commuted from Chicago to DC as co-hosts on both Michael Baisden Show (2006-2013) in the afternoon and in the morning on The Real DC Morning Show, WHUR (2006-2008). George then went back to his roots and was a co-host on the nationally syndicated, Doug Banks Show, WVAZ V103 from 2pm – 6pm CST, where he helped take the number 1 spot in afternoons. Most recently, George had teamed back up with Michael Baisden as the co-host of the syndicated “Michael Baisden Show” (January 2017-December 2018).