When Lee Cruse isn’t working doing the morning and mid-day programs for NBC affiliate LEX18 in Lexington, he is on a stage somewhere making people laugh.
Cruse has been doing stand-up comedy for about 17 years, long before he got into television.
“I did radio and then I think comedy came along and television came in third,” he said.
He joked that he also had a gig as a neurologist for a while too, but after the third patient died he realized he needed to pursue another career path.
He decided to get into comedy after losing a bet.
“I had to do it,” he said.
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