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Comedian Peter Bisuito


Name: Peter Bisuito ( My Big Funny Peter)

Birth Place: Rochester, NY

Occupation: I make people happy for a living.


Words that best describe you?

BEFORE 40: Down-to-earth, funny,

sensitive, loyal, caring.

AFTER 40: Pissy, moody and bloated.

Who has been your biggest influence in your life?

Wow, this is a very difficult question to answer. There have been many

influences in my life. From former acting and dance teachers to former

bosses, to big time celebrities such as Madonna, George Carlin, Liza,

Kathleen Madigan etc.

When did you become out to friends and family? It was a pretty

long process for me. I started coming out around the age of 28. I was fully

out by 32. The last people I told were my parents and they said, “Well



I would give anything to meet…

Oh God, do I dare say it?? MADONNA. I’ve been fascinated with her since I

was a teen-ager. Does GLA40 have any connections?

Your idea of a perfect evening is? Sitting on the couch with my hubby

on one side and my dog on the other with the fireplace going during a

blizzard. AND POPCORN…we cannot forget the popcorn.

The last book I read was …. Honey, I don’t read. I’m read to…

My favorite movies/plays are? I have many favorite movies. The

Terminator 1 & 2. First Wives Club, Death Becomes Her, SouthPark the

Movie to name a few. But my favorite play is definitely Les Miserables. That

was the very first play I ever saw in my life. I was 20 years old and it

fascinated me. I’ve loved it ever since. I’ve auditioned for Eponine a

hundred times but for some reason I’ve never been cast. BASTARDS!!

Nobody knows that I ……

Peter4Have been actively studying psychology for

over 20 years. I’m fascinated with psychology. What makes people tick,

human behavior, body language etc. Just because I don’t have a fancy

degree from a University, doesn’t mean I don’t know a thing or two about

people. In other words: PSYCHOS…I’M ON TO YOU!!

What had been your biggest setback or failure in life and how did

you overcome it? I guess my biggest setback was living the life my father

wanted me to. He wanted me to go to college and get a job. I never wanted

to go to college and I certainly never wanted a “job”. I just wanted to

perform. It’s what I was born to do. It’s in my blood. But he convinced me

not to. He said performing is something I could just do “on the side”. So I

took his advice as not to disappoint him. So that’s what I did for 25 years. It

was only 3 years ago that I decided to quit my job and pursue comedy and

entertaining full-time. Something I wanted to do from the start. I just did it

and never looked back. It’s been very difficult because I feel like I’m 25

years behind and working hard to make up for it.


If I could meet my younger self, I would tell him…

…to zip up his fly…or maybe tell myself that now!


What are the biggest challenges you have as a gay man after 40?

……Hmm, to tell you the truth, I don’t really think I have any challenges

“after 40” that I didn’t have before 40. My life seems to be getting better

and better with each passing year. I have an aspiring comedy career, a

wonderful husband of 13 years, the best dog in the world (Mr. Pickles),

wonderful friends and family, I have my health and we are in the process of

moving to Fort Lauderdale this October. So life is good. However I will say

that technology is getting a bit more difficult to keep up with in my 40s.

What would you like to say to the Gay Life after 40 tribe?

Well first of all “THANK YOU” for allowing me to be a part of your tribe, but other

than that, I just ask that you continue to support my career and my mission.

I’m really trying to get famous before I die or turn 50. Whichever one

comes first!

Where can our readers find you or know more about you?

There’s LOTS of ways to know more about me:

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5) Subscribe to my YouTube Channel:


6) Join my mailing list by going to my website and filling out

the contact me page: www.MyBigFunnyPeter.com

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  1. Peter Pizzolongo

    September 20, 2015 at 1:56 pm

    Peter Bisuito is a very funny guy whose observations of gay life are spot on! Thanks Peter!

  2. Mike Bernard

    September 21, 2015 at 12:18 am

    I saw Peter some months ago when he performed at the Spotlighters Theatre in Baltimore…very funny, not afraid to “stir the pot” and make you think as well as laugh, and the wardrobe change…well, it went from “WOOF!” to “GIRL!” in a matter of seconds, all without a break in his monologue. Definitely check him out when he performs in your area. Besides his woofy-bear looks, he’s a funny, funny man.

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