Jody Fuller

Jody Fuller is a comedian, speaker, writer, and soldier with three tours of duty in Iraq. Between the Regular Army, Alabama National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserves, Jody served for almost 25 years. In 2017, Major Fuller finally hung up the boots for good.

Jody is also a lifetime stutterer.

He performs for a wide range of audiences from churches to conferences and conventions to troops at home and abroad. To date, he has performed in 31 states and 14 countries.

In 2018, Alabama Magazine selected Jody as one of the Alabama’s top 40 men and women over the age of 40 whose lives and careers are characterized by great levels of giving and achievement. He was also named as “one of the 15 Southern stand-up comedians that will make you laugh ’til you cry” by “It’s a Southern Thing.” (1.2 million followers on Facebook)

Over the years, Jody has worked with some of the biggest names in comedy, including James Gregory and Jeff Foxworthy. He is also is a syndicated columnist and has had 7 stories published in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series.

He is a graduate of Auburn University at Montgomery and is a member of two NSAs: the National Stuttering Association and the National Speakers Association.

Jody lives in Opelika, Alabama, with a house full of dogs, his wife, and their baby who was born 7 ½ weeks early in the back of an ambulance on Friday, October the 13th.